From ‘ Stranger Things ‘ to ‘Master of None’, from ‘ Mindhunter ‘ to ‘Wild Wild Country’. There are not all that are but all that is: the best Netflix series according to critics. Netflix content is updated with new critically acclaimed films and series each month.
With permission from ‘Girls’, ‘Love’ is the series that has best portrayed the emotional difficulties of the millennial generation, subject to brutal expectations, especially in life. And in particular, about love. Three seasons have the first of all these Netflix series that you can not miss.
Bobby Kennedy for President
The Kennedy family continues to create a great fascination throughout the world, and ‘Bobby Kennedy for President’ narrates the ill-fated political career of one of his brothers. The era of hope was truncated with the murder of who could have been a great leader for the Americans.
Among Netflix social court documentaries, ‘Flint Town’ occupies an exceptional position. It revolves around the lives of police officers patrolling this depressed Michigan neighbourhood, ravaged by poverty and crime.
Another dynamic that always works for Netflix is nostalgia, and with ‘GLOW’ he also fell in love with critics. This drama ideas around the life of everyday women who enter the world of wrestling (like the mythical television show that inspires) have a lot of girl power.
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Speaking of nostalgia, he can’t stay in the ‘Stranger Things’ inkwell . The eighties series, about a group of children facing supernatural threats (monsters, go). It is one of the biggest balls on the platform, and apparently, critics also pineapple against the Demogorgon.
This is how they see us
We are surprised that ‘This is how they see us’ has not achieved a higher score, taking into account the unanimity it has achieved among critics in 2019. The Ava DuVernay series recovers one of the most unfair cases of the American chronicle: the five of Central Park.
When Dylan learns that he has chlamydia, he is in charge of contacting all his sexual partners to inform them of the diagnosis. It will seem silly, but the British comedy ‘Lovesick’ is one of the Netflix series preferred by critics. Continue reading: Sharon Stone net worth
A series of catastrophic misfortunes
It is seen that Count Olaf, from the popular saga of children’s novels by Lemony Snicket. It has a good fan base (those who read the books in his childhood, of course), also among television critics. Neil Patrick Harris (‘How I Met Your Mother’) has given life to the mythical character in all three seasons of the series.
The first major Netflix series in 2019 has soon become one of the most acclaimed. Natasha Lyonne (whom you will remember from ‘Orange Is the New Black’) produces and stars in ‘Russian Doll’, a comedy about a woman who dies and rises on the day of her 36th birthday over and over again.
On My Block
Teen fiction is one of Netflix’s fetish genres, and in the place that more popular ones like ‘For Thirteen Reasons’ might have occupied. It is ‘On My Block’. This one-season series (with a second in the oven) orbits about four young people from a Los Angeles neighbourhood who test their friendship when they start high school.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Females are as strong as hell! Last January, Netflix released the final episode of ‘ Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’, the comedy produced by Tina Fey after the multi-award ’30 Rock ‘. It has not been a phenomenon like that, it has left us a great character to remember: Kimmy Schmidt, who after surviving a kidnapping of decades begins a new life in the stimulate New York.
Netflix premiered a few months ago, the documentary ‘Examination of conscience’, on the crimes of sexual abuse of children within the Spanish Church. Still, a few years ago ‘The Keepers’ already addressed similar issues. After the murder of the nun Catherine Cesnik in the 70s, this true-crime weaves a complex criminal network, and its survivors are not willing to throw in the towel. Continue reading: Dinner Party Games for Adults
Five Came Back
From the Netflix documentary series, ‘Five Came Back’ contains a very original idea. Five very popular film directors (Paul Greengrass, Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, Guillermo del Toro and Lawrence Kasdan) analyze war films that other classic filmmakers (John Ford, William Wyler, John Huston, Frank Capra and George Stevens) dedicated to the Second World War.
In the era of female disaster characters and always to the limit, ‘Lady Dynamite’ put her grain of sand on Netflix and conquered critics. Maria Bamford gives life to an alter ego of herself in this comedy about a mature woman recovering from a bipolar disorder.
The most iconic Netflix thriller is also a favourite of television experts. Little can we tell you about ‘ Mindhunter ‘ (with a second season underway) that you don’t know anymore. It narrates the beginnings of the criminal profiles through cases of real and very disturbing murderers.
Wild wild country
Few vices lived in 2018 as ‘Wild Wild Country’, acknowledge it. The documentary produced by the Duplass brothers (‘Togetherness’) tells the crazy story of the sect of the Rajneeshees in the United States ( with an exceptional villain as the protagonist: Sheela ).
The End of the F *** ing World
Netflix played it with this British co-production. Luckily, became a phenomenon for both the public and critics. ‘ The End of the F *** ing World’ is one of the best youth series on the platform (if not the best).
It’s funny that ‘American Vandal’ is above the series to which it parodies. Criticism is left with this mockumentary of murder documentaries, set in an American institute in which teachers’ cars are painted with penises.
Day to day
We are extremely happy that ‘Day by day’ appears on this list. It is undoubtedly the best sitcom that Netflix has released. Inspired by the homonymous series of the 70s, it tells the day-to-day (wink-wink) of a family of Cuban origin in a “complicated “North America for immigrants.
It is another remake, another triumphant. Netflix premiered in 2017 the adaptation of the independent film ‘Dear Whites’, about a group of black university students who stand up against the daily racisms of a less progressive North America than they think.
Institutional corruption remains one of the great concerns of our time. So, Netflix could not be left out. ‘Dirty Money’, focused on corporate scandals that have marked the United States, is the result.
Tuca and Bertie
The acclaimed ‘BoJack Horseman’ did not get on this list. But ‘Tuca and Bertie’, the animated Netflix series starring actresses and comedians Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong. There is a consensus among critics: one of the best fictions of the platform.
‘BoJack Horseman,’ ‘Rick and Morty,’ ‘Steven Universe. Adolescence and sex education. It does not fail.
The world has become one of the great enclaves of its European production, and the success of ‘Elite’. This unlikely encounter between ‘Gossip Girl’ and ‘For thirteen reasons’, proves it.
Master of None
Perhaps the greatest consensus of the critics around the great Netflix series is found in ‘Master of None’. Aziz Ansari (known for ‘Parks & Recreation’) surprised as creator and protagonist of this series. Sometimes fun and sometimes uncomfortable, sometimes romantic and sometimes bleak about the thirties who are looking for their place in the world without losing their sanity.