Looking for your next binge watch? You have come to the right place.
Netflix is adding new original series and old favorites all the time (and yes, occasionally removing them again), so check out some of the best TV series on the service right now.
Who knows? Your next obsession may be here.
Updated November 15, 2019
This blunt police drama is an enraged look at the police mistakes that facilitated a serial rapist, with brilliant performances by Toni Collette, Merritt Wever and Kaitlyn Dever. Watch on Netflix
Tony winner Ben Platt plays Payton Hobart, a wealthy student from Santa Barbara, California, known from the early years that he wants to be president of the United States. There is only one obstacle in the way: high school. Watch on Netflix
It's a Netflix buzzy drama about an ordinary man (played by an actor traditionally known as comedy) forced into crime and brutality under difficult circumstances – so is it any wonder that the Ozark crime series is compared to Breaking Bad? Watch on Netflix
The presence of Lost's Naveen Andrews is a small clue to the intricacies of Sense8, another science fiction piece of Wachowski minds (Matrix series, Jupiter Ascending). This is followed by a group of eight strangers from different corners of the globe, connected by shared prophetic visions known as Sensatos. What follows is a fall in sex, acrobatic fighting scenes, and endless intrigue – all sadly canceled after two seasons. Watch on Netflix
The Last Kingdom
We hope the fourth season of The Last Kingdom will come next year, so you have time to return to the beginning of the Anglo-Saxon epic, based on the novels of Sharpe creator Bernard Cornwell. Watch on Netflix
A brilliant comedy that, like many of its fellow Americans (including Parks and Recreation, The Office and New Girl), takes a little time to get started, but when season two revolves around all its characters, it's totally developed into almost perfect caricatures. She follows the privileged and wealthy Rose family, who tries to rebuild their lives in the titular city, which was bought by the patriarch (Eugene Levy) as a joke in 1991. Watch on Netflix
There is a lot of heart to this silly but surprisingly crisp workplace show set in a New York police station. Andy Samberg of Lonely Island leads the cast as Jake Peralta, the detective of a team full of exquisitely designed characters. But the show's secret weapon is Andre Braugher – the former drama actor plays the extremely serious Captain Raymond Holt with an unmatched lead time. Watch on Netflix
This German series, which initially made comparisons with Stranger Things, has recently returned for the second part of its three seasons. Watch on Netflix
The second series of this dark and comical caper – about three tired moms who steal from a grocery store and have to deal with endless repercussions – is now available on Netflix UK. Compel all 13 episodes now and get ready for the wait for the third season, which will be released next year… Watch Netflix
It all started on Channel 4 in the dark, but Charlie Brooker's drama quickly became one of the darkest series on TV. Then Netflix came on the scene – because clearly a dystopian vision of the future where technology has taken over our lives is exactly what should be shown in a service specifically designed to keep you watching your screen for hours on end.
Season 5 features some of its most ambitious and exciting tales to date. There are three new stories, with brilliant performances by Andrew Scott, Miley Cyrus and Anthony Mackie. Watch on Netflix
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Ava DuVernay's harrowing and vital account of the true story of Central Park Five, which saw five black and Hispanic teenagers unjustly convicted of a 1989 New York City rape. court before beginning a heartbreaking ending investigating the consequences the conviction had on a particularly unhappy gang member. Watch on Netflix
Netflix's eight-part series follows New York chain smoker Nadia as she walks a mysterious time cycle that celebrates her 36th birthday – and then dies. Over and over and over again. Co-created by Leslye Headland, Natasha Lyonne and Amy Poehler, this is not a Groundhog Day rehash. With a sassy New Yorker of her own and a high concept of reward, it's so surreally rewarding. Watch on Netflix