1-Stranger Things (2016)
Rotten Tomatoes: 96%
This series of science fiction and horror is set in the 1980s. Stranger Things is full of references and honors to the productions of that era. When the boy Will disappears in the woods of the small town of Hawkins, Indiana, his friends and family embark on a desperate search. With the help of a strange girl with telekinetic powers, our heroes find their way into an unknown and frightening world. Created by the Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things received two Golden Globe nominations for its first season.
2- 3% (2016)
Rotten Tomatoes: 89%
This is the Brazilian series that is captivating Netflix! In the not too distant future, the world is devastated and most people live in poverty on the Continent. When 20 years ago, each person has the opportunity to participate in the Process to reach Maralto, a Utopian society. But only 3% can spend …
3- Suits (2011)
Rotten Tomatoes: 91%
Mike Ross is a genius with the potential to be a great lawyer, but he never graduated and does not have a license to work. Even so, he is hired by Harvey Specter, a lawyer famous for being successful. The two will become a brilliant team but will have to hide Mike’s secret to avoid problems.
4- The Dark World of Sabrina (2018)
Rotten Tomatoes: 82%
Based on comic books with the same title. The Dark World of Sabrina is a serious one for those who like the supernatural. Sabrina is a half-human, half-witch teenager who needs to make her leaps to reconcile the two parts of her life. Inspired by films like The Exorcist and The Baby by Rosemary, the series gives a good scare.
5- Orphan Black (2013 – 2017)
Rotten Tomatoes: 93%
Tatiana Maslany, winner of the Emmy for Best Actress in a drama series in 2016, brings to life a huge number of characters in Orphan Black. The story begins when Sarah Manning witnesses the suicide of a woman identical to herself and assumes her identity. From there, she finds herself involved in a great plot involving her sister’s clones, all played by Tatiana. The series brings to light a reflection on the moral implications of human cloning and its effects on society.
6- Death Note (2006-2007)
Rotten Tomatoes: 100%
If you like anime, this series is a must. Light Yagami is an intelligent young man who wants to end evil in the world. One day he discovers a supernatural notebook, which kills anyone whose name is written on it. Now, Light has the power to kill criminals (and several innocent people who intrude). Only a mysterious detective known only as “L” can stop him …
7- Friends (1994 – 2004)
Rotten Tomatoes: 93%
Friends are the most successful series in history. How could it not be? Even though it was closed more than a decade ago, the sitcom that tells the stories of six friends who live in Manhattan and meet daily at the Cafe Central Perk continues among the darlings of the general public. If you’re looking for a series to laugh at and get excited about, this one is perfect for viewing and reviewing!
8- House of Cards (2013 – 2018)
Rotten Tomatoes: 78%
A series is full of intrigues and polemics on and off the screens. With the recent political changes in Brazil, who never thought “Brasilia is looking like House of Cards?”, But even then the series managed to surprise and ended its last season without its ruthless protagonist determined to remain at the top of American politics. Which does not mean that you have lost in quality, no, no, no?
9- Sherlock (2010)
Rotten Tomatoes: 79%
The series that brought Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman to stardom, in addition to putting the classic stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle these days. Agile and intelligent, each episode seems to be a new film about the most famous detective of all time and his quirks to unravel the cases, always with the help of his roommate Dr. Watson. With brilliant performances, the BBC series always leaves a taste of want more and goes on now for its fifth season.
10- The Curse of the Hill Residence (2018)
Rotten Tomatoes: 92%
If you are afraid of ghosts, you better skip this series. The Curse of the Hill Residence is highly rated by critics as one of the best horror works done in recent years. A family moves to a haunted house and goes through enormous trauma, years later they return to the place … Would you dare?
11-Jessica Jones (2015 – 2019)
Rotten Tomatoes: 83%
The series belongs to the Marvel universe created by Netflix and tells the story of heroin with super forces Jessica Jones. After surviving major trauma in Kilgrave’s hand, she works as a private investigator and even trying hard, she can not stop the problems from knocking on her door. The work of superheroine never ends, Jessica!
12- Fargo (2014 – 2017)
Rotten Tomatoes: 97%
Based on the film of the same name, Fargo is a series of dark humor that follows the life and crimes of several different people. Each season of the series tells a separate story, but all have some connection with the city of Fargo, in North Dakota, in America. This series has won several television awards.
13- Mad Men (2007 – 2015)
Rotten Tomatoes: 94%
Set in the 1960s, Mad Men portrays the advertising world in its infancy. Director of creativity Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm, is the protagonist of this story that presents the backstage of the advertising market at a time of great change in the United States. Highly praised for the performance of the time and memorable performances. The series was a winner of 15 Emmys and 4 Golden Globes, having received the Emmy of outstanding drama series for four consecutive years.
14- The Crown (2016)
Rotten Tomatoes: 90%
The life of the young Queen Elizabeth II presented in an original series of Netflix. Critically acclaimed, the first season received rave reviews for historical accuracy and the beautiful performances of Claire Foy as the Queen and John Lithgow as Winston Churchill. Perfect for anyone who likes a series based on real events. The Crown received the Golden Globe for Best Dramatic Series and also the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Dramatic Series for Claire Foy in 2017.
15- Daredevil (2015 – 2018)
Rotten Tomatoes: 92%
By day, the blind Matt Murdock is a lawyer, but at night the relentless Daredevil hero is revealed. The Marvel series produced by Netflix brings a crude and violent facet much closer to the comic hero than any previous audiovisual production. The series takes place in a New York in recovery after the conflicts of the Avengers that destroyed much of the city. For the most attentive, references to films are always interesting. The somber tone combined with blunt performances resulted in public and critical success.
16-The Paper House (2017)
Rotten Tomatoes: 88%
The great Latin phenomenon of Netflix, La Casa de Papel was the first big hit of the productions acquired by the company in languages ??other than English. Originally, the story of the ambitious burglars who plot the assault of the century was not even to be passed on to the streaming company and, yes, to Spanish television. But it was through Netflix that the series won the world, still good!
17-Black Mirror (2011)
Rotten Tomatoes: 84%
The name Black Mirror refers to the screen of electronic devices such as cell phones and computers. This is one of the most popular series that started on TV and was purchased by Netflix. It presents an innovative format, being centered on the theme without being attached to a single story. Each episode brings a different science fiction universe, always futuristic, always focused on how technologies influence our lives and always shocking.
18-Breaking Bad (2008 – 2013)
Rotten Tomatoes: 96%
After discovering lung cancer, the indebted chemistry professor Walter White decides to develop methamphetamine with an ex-student to pay off debts and give children a better life. With an extremely dubious protagonist, the series quickly became a public success. He even entered the book Guinness World Records as the series with the best evaluation of criticism of all time. Originally shown by AMC in the United States, Breaking Bad received 16 Emmys and 2 Golden Globes.