Best Netflix Shows/Seasons To Watch During LockDown

Sitting at home and do not know what to watch next on Netflix? Well, no need to scroll around aimlessly looking for a series anymore. Today we bring to you a well-revised list of top 10 series on Netflix that are a must-watch. So, let’s dive in!

10.Anne With An ‘E’

Based on the book “Anne of Green Gables” the season is the story of Anne Shirley a creative, determined orphan who remodels the lives of all she comes across when she with her siblings is sent to Prince Edward Island. After hearing my friend rave about this show for straight-up weeks it becomes a must-watch for me. Finally, when I craved, I was introduced to a delightful 3 seasons series with its heart-wrenching moments. Throughout the time I was watching it I got to truly experience all the ups and downs of life with the characters. It is a such a show that gets you hooked and leave you wanting more. However, rather than taking my word for this find out yourself!


The show is placed in the late 1970s, with two FBI agents interviewing vicious serial killers. The most tempting factor of the show is that it is a true story based on the book written by former agents. This series holds a unique twist when compared to the other known shows in the crime fiction genre. It is enough crazy to talk to keep us on the edge of our seat. The show does a terrific job of making sense of the thought process of murderous minds.

8.Never have I ever.

This series is motivated by the childhood of actress, Mindy Kaling’s. Revolving around the problems faced modern-day first-generation Indian American teenage girls. It has proven to be a great hit. The diverse cast and how they captured the true essence of the Indian practices make it a great show to watch. In our opinion, it is honestly the series everyone needs right now.

7.The end of the F***king world

The show follows a 17-year-old boy James who is convinced that he is a psychopath, and Alyssa, an angry classmate who sees an opportunity in the form of James to escape from her rowdy home life. This series is a breath of fresh air from all the similar things we see on our screens. The end of the F***king world deals with learning empathy and accepting the world as it is. Packed with dark comedy, mystery it becomes a great watch.

6.Dead to me

This melodrama is the hidden prize of Netflix. The notion is set around two grieving widows creating a friendship that has its own twist which ends up in something thrilling and innovative. The show is overflowing with smart comedic writing and has its fair proportion of suspense. Discussing “Dead to me” without giving spoilers is near to impossible so I would recommend you go and watch it as you will not regret it.

5.Tiger king

This 7-part true-crime documentary that revolve around the story of the breeder of tigers, Joe Exotic. Throughout this season forces you to ask yourself if what you are watching is for real? It might just be the wildest show you ever see. What begins as a documentary quickly grows into the gloomy and tough territory.

4.When they see us.

This four-part series is based on the reality of Central Park Five, a group of boys who were unlawfully convicted of rape and murder. Without a doubt, this series breaks your heart into a million pieces, and it gets incredibly hard to watch as you see how unfair the teens are treated. A feeling of total helplessness washes over as they show just how black individuals are treated in the justice department. My recommendation is to have your tissues ready before you start watching it.


3. Schitt’s Creek

When the rich family of Johnny Rose suddenly find themselves broke, they are forced to leave their luxurious lives to start their lives again from within the rural city. The charm of the sitcom is based on them adapting their new surroundings. The actors have done an amazing job of portraying the characters. And the season is a light watch which we all occasionally enjoy.

2.BoJack Horseman

The show is based on a burned-out 1990s sitcom star BoJack Horseman. Now living in uncertainty in his Hollywood Hills mansion, BoJack plans a big comeback with a tell-all autobiography. At the same time, he deals with his addiction to drugs, alcohol, and disregard. This might be by far the most in-depth analysis of depression. Even thou BoJack is a horse he still might be the best representation of humans on tv.

1.Marvel’s Daredevil

An attorney through day, vigilante through night. Matt Murdock fights the crime of New York as Daredevil. If you are Marvel Cinematic Universe obsessed, then this is the perfect watch for you. For anything to be good actors play a major role and we are pleased to say in this series they have not failed us. A brilliant performance is given by the whole cast. In addition to the production, they are spot on with the tone of the comic and truly captivates the grey zone which is in the middle of hero and villain.

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