6 Underrated shows to watch on Netflix this week

6 underrated shows to watch on Netflix this week

It’s a calm and cozy day. You decided to give yourself a break from the hustling and bustling of the world. So, you get your Netflix on and start your quest to watch something that is as pleasant as the weather outside. Ten minutes later, you find yourself still struggling for a pick because you don’t want to settle for something that the algorithm forces. You want to watch something which brings a fresh perspective and makes your heart warm.

Don’t worry. We are here to rescue you with a perfect choice of Netflix shows. We have crafted a list of 6 underrated shows on Netflix that can be as pleasing as the weather outside. Hop on! Because we are just getting started.

The Unforgivable

Genre: Crime Drama

Cast: Sandra Bullock

Rating: 7.1/10

Release date: December 10, 2021 

6 underrated shows to watch on Netflix this week
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What happens when a woman is released from prison after spending 20 years of imprisonment for killing a sheriff? Directed by Nora Fingscheidt, the plot is inspired by Unforgiven, written by Sally Wainwright. This movie captures a struggle of a woman who tries to readjust herself in a society where everyone still calls her a killer. This movie is a crime drama and an emotional story of a woman who tries to reunite with her sister. So, if crime drama is your calling, then Unforgivable might be a pick for you.

It’s Bruno

Genre: Comedy Drama

Cast: Solvan Naim, Rob Morgan and Shakira Barrera

Rating: 7.4/10

Release date: May 17, 2019

IT’S BRUNO Season 1 | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

“It’s Bruno” is for all the dog lovers out there. Why? Because the story revolves around a cute fur ball Bruno the dog, and his owner Malcolm. Created under the supremacy of Solvan Naim, who also acted as the main lead, the series streamed in a total of eight episodes in just 15 minutes time frame and successfully captured the heart of the viewers. A hilarious adventure with a feel-good element, this series will last in your mind for a really long time.

Marcella (TV series)

Genre: Crime noir, Nordic noir

Cast: Anna Friel, Nicholas Pinnock, Florence Pugh, Ray Panthaki, Jamie Bamber, Jack Doolan, Nina Sosanya, Charlie Covell and Sophia Brown

Rating: 7.4/10

Release date: April 4, 2016- Present

Marcella Official trailer (HD) Season 3 (2020)

What happens when a detective divorcee with a 12-year-long break rejoins her work and is assigned with a decade-old case of unsolved murder mystery? A British series created by Hans Rosenfeldt consists of three seasons now with a total of twenty-four episodes is a murder mystery where Marcella tries to discover her self-identity. Watch her story if you enjoy mysteries with a touch of love.


Genre: Documentary

Cast: Michael Bentt, Surya Bonaly and Mauro Prosperi

Rating: 7.6/10

Release date: March 1, 2019

Losers | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

Inspired by an experience, Mickey Duzyj decided to make a documentary that revolves around athletes who are not winners but losers. Uncanny. Right? Why does someone want to make a series on losers instead of winners? Duzyj believes that people who get defeated have much more to share and inspire the world instead of the one who wins. He believes there is a lot to learn from defeat than from victory. With eight episodes, eight different stories, and eight different athletes, this series is worth inspiring.


Genre: Drama

Cast: Shira Haas, Amit Rahav and Jeff Wilbusch

Rating: 8/10

Release date: March 26, 2020

6 underrated shows to watch on Netflix this week

Unorthodox revolves around the journey of a young girl named Esty, who escapes herself from a rigid religious community and is free from a lifestyle that she didn’t aspire to. Directed by Maria Schrader, the story is presented in four parts and beautifully captures topics like self-discovery and struggles to find freedom. So, if you have a flair for watching shows that point out real problems, then this is for you.


Genre: Action, Drama, Horror, Thriller

Cast: Shira Haas, Amit Rahav and Jeff Wilbusch

Rating: 8.3/10

Release date: January 25, 2019

6 underrated shows to watch on Netflix this week

This one’s for all Korean lovers out there; of course, how can we forget you? This one will keep you at the edge of your seat till the very end with its perfect blend of horror, thriller, and action-filled storyline. The story revolves around identifying a horrifying truth that changes the life of the king’s family. This one will not disappoint you with its surprising element.

We know half of 2023 has been over already, and there are hardly any good shows to see. To help you from endless hours of scrolling to find a perfect pick, we have curated this list in which we have something for everyone. Now, your next weekend plans are sorted.