The key ingredient to Netflix’s success is that it knows that TV fans love bingeing seasons. Hence there’s a continuous flow of new shows released throughout every month, along with a few hit comedy and drama series from other networks. Netflix takes things a notch higher by bringing in shows from all around the world, including this week’s new addition, Unseen.
This is obviously too much television for a single person to take in all at one go.
Netflix every time has something brand new to watch, which is hardly any trouble. Luckily, we offer a cure for the disease of too many choices in the form of carefully chosen three of the best shows on Netflix right now. We do the research so that you don’t have to. All you need to do is grab your popcorn and binge watch throughout your weekend.
Rob Lowe together with his son, John Owen Lowe co-created Unstable (with Victor Fresco), and co-star in the series as father-son duo, Ellis Dragon and Jackson Dragon. Ellis is basically a fictional copy of Elon Musk kinda genius in the field of biotech who is wreathing after the demise of his wife. But even after all being wrong in his world, Ellis has to be the magnet of all attention.
Regardless, Jackson feels the urge to help his father through this tribulation even though they have polar opposite personalities. Now, Jackson, who is incredibly shy and socially awkward, finds himself working for his father and plunging into a workplace comedy.
On almost every other series, Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) would be an antagonist. But on You, this compulsive stalker and murderer is a fan loved anti-hero. Joe just can’t control or rather should I say help himself. Whenever a pretty young woman falls in his vision, he manoeuvres himself into their lives and often goes on a death row in the way of his happiness.
Based on the bestselling novel of the same name, “What would you do for love?” written by Caroline Kepnes.
It’s a series about how when a bookstore manager crosses paths with a wannabe writer, his answer becomes clear: anything. Using the internet and social media as his tools to collect the most confidential details to get close to her, a pleasing and cumbersome crush quickly becomes a compulsion as he silently and methodically removes every obstacle – and person – in his way.
Parts 1 and 2 of the fourth season of You just premiered, and it revolves around Joe in a weird position of trying to escape his past life of bedlam behind and start afresh in London. But he is such a supreme artist of killing that art finds its way to Joe, his ability to kill and hide bodies just can’t let him go off the hook even while he’s trying to go off the radar.
3. Shadow and Bone:
A fan favorite hit adult fantasy series, Shadow and Bone, is back on Netflix after being in shadows itself for two years it is back with its brand new season. Based on the novels by Leigh Bardugo, Shadow and Bone is set in the world of magic and monsters unlike our own, and yet sometimes weirdly alike to different eras in Earth’s history.
The series revolves around a girl named Alina Starkov (Jessie Mei Li), who stays in the nation of Ravka, her discovery of the fact that she is Sun Summoner who can control light and it’s a pretty rare power to have which makes her the most sought after by various factions. Including her rival Shadow Summoner equivalent, General Aleksander Kirigan (Ben Barnes).
The beginning of season 2 sets the mood for an inevitable battle between Alina and Kirigan, the consequences of which would be devastating. However, before that Alina and her childhood buddy, Malyen “Mal” Oretsev (Archie Renaux), embark on a journey to save Ravka while Kirigan shores up his power.