Fumbling upon thousands of shows on Netflix can be both exhilarating and massive. From comedies and dramas to reality shows and documentaries, sufficient content of all types. There’s even a list of top 10 to help you decide what to watch next among the most favoured Netflix shows.
Every week, Netflix puts out a list of the 10 most-watched TV shows over a recent seven-day period. Below we’ve listed the top 10 shows on Netflix for this week, along with a synopsis of every show.
1. Outer Banks:
After losing possession of the gold and escaping the Outer Banks, Season 3 finds the Pogues washed ashore on a desert island, which for a moment feels like a perfect home. Officially deemed “poguelandia,” the visitors of the island spend their days fishing, swimming, and partying in the nonchalant lifestyle of their temporary dwelling. But things start going south for John B, Sarah, Kiara, Pope, JJ, and Cleo when a race for treasure takes its course, with everybody’s lives on the line.
Broke, far from home and harbouring suspicion on everybody possible, Ward and Rafe are hungry for revenge, and to add to misery there’s a Caribbean Don who will stop at nothing, to get his hands on the treasure. Was the treasure ever in their reach? Or was it all just a part of a plan to stop them forever? Either way, it’s the Pogues against the world – and there’s only one way out, it’s together.
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.
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.
This South African thriller Unseen takes us on a ride of how a common person can be pushed into a corner to do unimaginable things in the criminal underground. Unseen is based on the Turkish series Fatma, Unseen follows Zenzi Mwale (Gail Mabalane), who is a cleaning lady she’s travelling to prison to receive her husband, who has been imprisoned for two years over the charges of murder when she gets to know that Max (Vuyo Dabula) has been released earlier. In search for her husband Zenzi comes to know about her husband’s criminal past. When a meeting goes south Zenzi murders a criminal, which initiates a chain of events which will make her life difficult.
4. Waco: American Apocalypse:
On its 30th anniversary, Netflix brings back David Koresh on screen, the Branch Davidians, and the waco besiegement that shocked the country in the docuseries Waco: American Apocalypse. A cult leader David Koresh of the Branch Davidians, a religious group that abides by the teachings of Book of Revelation and believed in the cataclysmic messages in the bible. Koresh was their leader, and the group was situated at the Mount Carmel Center just outside Waco, Texas.
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.
6. Shadow and bone:
A fan favourite 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.
7. Who Were We Running From:
In a Turkish thriller Who Were We Running From?, a mother (Melisa Sözen), daughter Bambi (Eylül Tumbar) duo, are on the run and their life is pretty much fickle considering how they move from one place to another. Bambi slowly unfurls the secret of her mother, that she’s a murderer. As Bambi grows older she tries to discover who they are running from.
8. Emergency: NYC:
From the creators of Lenox Hill, the doctor’s of New York City are the main subject of Netflix’s docuseries. Each episode gives us a glimpse into the harsh lives of doctors, nurses, EMTs, and medical personnel in the Northwell health system of New York City. The series shows us the struggle of maintaining both work and life at once Emergency:NYC is one of a kind work as it shows how countless medical heroes put their life at risk for the sake of others.
9. Love Is Blind:
Love Is Blind is a reality TV show which shows how 30 entitled men and women hope to find love in Seattle. The main twist in the show is that the participants aren’t allowed to see each other during the beginning of the contest. These dates take place in a special pod, so it depends on the women/men to understand and get to know the other person via this conversation.
10. The Night Agent:
Still holding strong the number one spot this week is Shawn Ryan’s The Night Agent, the new action packed exhilarating thriller based on the book by Matthew Quirk. Gabriel Basso stars as Peter Sutherland, an FBI agent who is caught in monitoring the Night Action Emergency line for White House. A year before, Sutherland rescued everyone from the train bombing, but the public thinks that he was the reason for the explosion.
One night, Sutherland gets a call from Rose Larkin, a former CEO whose parents were killed before by some unfamiliar attackers. This brings Sutherland into gear as he works to protect Rose.