Are you done watching all the famous and most talked about shows and movies on Netflix? Well, the most viewed OTT platform can never run out of the shows and movies you can binge watch. There will be always something or the other for you to watch which may or may not be famous but will engage until the last minute of the show. Talking about underrated shows, Netflix has in abundance.
Here are the 5 underrated shows you must watch on Netflix:
The End of the F***ing World
If you enjoyed the eerie suspense of Netflix‘s Stranger Things, hold on because Dark has a lot more of it as they both deal with the disappearance of a child, and they have a beautiful aesthetic and fantastic music in common. This series is about a village with a troubled past that becomes prominent in everyone’s mind when a kid goes missing. The plot shifts and turns across several decades of history as it moves forward.
Unorthodox made its Netflix debut on March 26, 2020, and is the first Yiddish-language Netflix series. It was influenced by Deborah Feldman’s autobiography Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots, published in 2012. The four-part miniseries was produced and written by Anna Winger and Alexa Karolinski, and directed by Maria Schrader.
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish family is the setting for this superb miniseries. Esty, a 19-year-old woman who is dissatisfied with her arranged marriage, flees her neighborhood and makes her way from New York to Berlin in an effort to start over. There are no truly evil characters in Unorthodox, like all good realistic dramas. Even if everyone is striving to do what they believe to be right, conditions are still exceedingly difficult.
Ethos is a 2020 Turkish drama streaming television series with the following cast members: Ykü Karayel, Fatih Artman, Funda Eryiit, Defne Kayalar, and Tülin Zen. It is directed by Berkun Oya. The program debuted on Netflix on November 12, 2020. Meryem, a part-time cleaner from a traditional family who lives on the outskirts of Istanbul, is the subject of the tale in Ethos. She gets fainting spells and sees Peri, a psychiatrist with a very different background from Meryem’s.
Peri is educated, wealthy, and secular, and she has prejudices against those who practice open religion. Peri visits a therapist on her own, and she laments the rising conservatism in Turkish society to her therapist. The series features a wide range of characters, all of whom are connected to Meryem in some way, including a hodja and his closeted gay daughter, a rich but depressed playboy, a middle-class Kurdish family, a soap opera actress, a rape survivor, an ex-soldier, and an intellectual. Together, these individuals represent the diversity of Turkish society.