Top 5 shows to watch on Netflix this week

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Award-winning shows are common on streaming platforms, but there are also many duds. It’s also very common for us to feel overwhelmed when looking for shows to watch but have no clue where things are leading us. This is a list of the top Netflix TV Series to make it easier for you to decide which shows to prioritize.

Although not all of them are certain winners—we like a less-than-obvious gem—they are all well of your time.


Audiences are transported to Seoul, South Korea, in 2020, at the height of the epidemic in Bloodhounds. People take out large loans because they need the money to save their enterprises. However, Smile Capital, a vicious loan shark company, preys on these defenseless borrowers who take out debts they can’t afford to repay. Enter Kim Gun-woo (Woo Do-hwan) and Hong Woo-jin (Lee Sang-yi), two ex-Marines who first engage in combat but rapidly get close thereafter.

Unfortunately, after taking out a sizable loan to sustain her café, Gun-woo’s mother becomes the focus of Smile Capital. When Gun-woo and Woo-jin team up with generous moneylender Choi Tae-ho (Huh Joon-ho) to expose Smile Capital’s fraud, they decide to take things into themselves. In this action thriller, Gun-woo and Woo-jin will likely fight with their fists rather than their words.

Bloodhounds | Official Teaser | Netflix


An intriguing person of all time is Arnold Schwarzenegger. Bodybuilder, actor, and governor—Schwarzenegger is one of the exceptional talents to have had three separate professions in each. In the three-part docuseries, Arnold makes an effort to examine Schwarzenegger’s fame over the course of five decades. Different facets of Arnold’s life are the subject of each section. Athlete, the first chapter, chronicles Arnold’s ascent in bodybuilding and athletic competition.

In the second hour, Schwarzenegger’s spectacular ascent to fame as an action hero and as one of Hollywood’s biggest stars is shown in Actor. American, the last chapter, details Arnold’s campaign for governor of California. The program is also unafraid to address Arnold’s controversies, such as the adulterous relationship that resulted in the birth of one of his children. Arnold is a must-see for every admirer of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Arnold | Official Trailer | Netflix

Tex Mex Motors

All automotive enthusiasts are invited, especially those who like restoring classic vehicles. Your new favorite program may be Tex Mex Motors. Along the U.S.-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas, a group of auto mechanics established their business. The crew travels to Mexico in quest of damaged automobiles because there aren’t many classic cars in the United States. The two auto scouts that go to Mexico in looking for used vehicles with the capacity to be repaired are Scooter and Rabbit.

It turns out that Mexico has a large number of these cars. Upon discovering a vehicle, Scooter and Rabbit send it back to America, where Mike, along with the other workers, begins the restoration. In order to establish whether the business can turn a profit, the group has to make $250,000 in the first four months. Consider Tex Mex Motors to be a cross between American Chopper and Pimp My Ride.

Tex Mex Motors | Official Trailer | Netflix

Black Mirror Season 6

Black Mirror has more to say than any other program on technology and how it affects social issues. Since its 2011 debut, Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror has terrified viewers. A completely another set of nightmares emerges with the sixth season.

Aaron Paul, Annie Murphy, Danny Ramirez, Himesh Patel, Josh Hartnett, Kate Mara, Michael Cera, Myha’la Herrold, Rob Delaney, Rory Culkin, Salma Hayek Pinault, and Zazie Beetz are among the impressive season 6 cast members. Tudum was informed by Brooker that this season would “stretch the limits of what a Black Mirror episode even is.” At your own peril, watch the upcoming season.

Black Mirror: Season 6 | Official Trailer | Netflix


Arnold is back, in three words. Given that the legendary character has never been a cast member of a written live-action television series, Arnold is actually not returning at all up to the release of FUBAR on Netflix, an action comedy starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Schwarzenegger plays Luke, a retiring CIA agent, in the show. Luke is enlisted for one more assignment, nevertheless, to retrieve a hazardous weapon from a covert location. Luke finds out that his daughter Emma (Monica Barbaro), who also works for the CIA, has been given the same assignment as he gets on the site. It’s a father-daughter collaboration with an action element, making it the ideal part for Schwarzenegger.