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Greatest exhibits on Netflix (August 2017): the 50 finest Netflix sequence

UPDATE: It's finally here! The Defenders has arrived and is one of the 50 best Netflix series, bringing together Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and that annoying glowy fist bloke. It's eight episodes long, far better than the travesty that was Iron Fist, and has Sigourney Weaver in it. What more could you possibly want?

Want to know what the best shows on Netflix are right now? Well, you’ve come to the right place. This is TechRadar’s constantly updated guide to the best Netflix series right now. 

We’ve chosen the 50 best Netflix shows that you need to watch. Whether you are into meth-laced dramas (Breaking Bad), talking horses (Bojack Horseman) or fear-inducing dystopias that are far too close for comfort (Black Mirror) there’s something for you on the list. 

Netflix is currently the hottest streaming service on the planet. Not only is it creating fantastic original shows – House of Cards, Orange is the New Black – it is teaming up with the likes of Marvel to adapt famous superheroes for the small screen. And it’s just bought its own graphic novel IP so expect more original comic-book content soon. 

It’s also trialling news things, such as the Puss In Boots choose your own adventure show and is a big advocate for 4K and HDR. Oh, and it finally did something it said it never would – allow you to download many of its shows to watch Netflix offline.

It's fair to say there’s never been a better time to bag yourself a Netflix subscription and binge watch, so get stuck into our gallery and let us know if your favourite show isn't on the list.

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There's a reason Iron Fist isn't on our Best Shows on Netflix list: it's terrible. Which is such a shame as the rest of Netflix's Marvel series have been hard-hitting, explosive delights. Thankfully The Defenders sees the Marvel TV universe fighting fit once more, with the mini series proving that all of the characters are better together – yes, even glowy fist man. Given its limited episode run – it's a lean eight episodes – it's a little strange that it takes a good three episodes to get going but once it does, and mostly because of Sigourney Weaver, it's great.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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It’s always a pleasure to watch Neil Patrick Harris in anything but A Series Of Unfortunate Events is the perfect platform for him. He plays Count Olaf with all the vim and vigour you’d expect – adding a certain weirdness to what is already a strange show. Based on the first four Lemony Snicket books, the series consists of eight episodes – so four two-part stories – and is arguably a better adaptation than the Jim Carrey starring movie. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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Archer is now into its eighth season and apart from a few hiccups – season 5’s Archer Vice is particularly grating – it’s a brilliant, adult pastiche of Bond. The plot is simple: Archer is a heavy drinking womanising spy for an agency that’s headed up by his mum. The cartoon charts his antics, alongside his co-workers Cheryl, Cyril, Lana, Pam and Krieger. Featuring many of the cast of Arrested Development, and a  sprinkling of Mad Men, Archer is hilarious, off-kilter fare.

Seasons on Netflix: 8

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Arrested Development is one of the best comedies ever made. So it made sense that Netflix would want to resurrect it for a fourth season. While it wasn’t perfect – primarily because most of the cast were too busy to get into the same room – it was great to see the Bluth family back. Full of in-jokes, jokes that run for entire seasons and more, well, jokes, this is essential TV. And the good news is that a fifth series has been commissioned.

Seasons on Netflix: 4

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Babylon is a cutting satire on policing in the UK. Written by the folks behind Peep Show, it focuses on a bumbling commissioner (James Nesbitt), Brit Marling as a PR person trying to modernise the force and firearm officers on the ground. It’s both hilarious and dramatic in equal fashion, making it one of the most highly original shows on British TV in recent years. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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On paper, the idea of a show that mines the early life of Hitchcock psycho Norman Bates is pretty terrible. But over the course of a number of seasons Bates Motel has proved to be a hit. Focusing, with a lot of unease, on the relationship between Norman (a brilliant Freddie Highmore) and his mother (Vera Farmiga) acting more like a psychological thriller than outright horror. The best thing about it is how it manages to keep you guessing as to what is going to happen next, even though the story it is building up to is one of the most famous of all time.

Seasons on Netflix: 4

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Charlie Brooker was best known for his snarky looky at the news in Weekly Wipe and his fantastic, caustic look at meeja types in London’s Shoreditch before he penned Black Mirror – and now the show has given him superstar status. For good reason, it’s fantastic TV with each episode taking on a different dystopia topic, mostly framed around technology going very long. The third season was commissioned by Netflix and is in 4K, with most of the episodes being feature length.

Seasons on Netflix: 3

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‘Clear eyes, full heart’. That’s Coach’s mantra in Friday Night Lights, a fantastic show that everyone should watch – even if you have absolutely no interest in American Football. Kyle Chandler is the coach of a small time football team, who moves to the fictional Texas town of Dillon, a place obsessed with the sport. Over the course of five seasons, the show paints a fantastic picture of America through the lens of sport. 

Seasons on Netflix: 3

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Better Call Saul is better than Breaking Bad. That’s a sentence we never thought we would write, but it’s now three seasons and it is flawless TV. It doesn’t have the menace or fear that propelled Walter White in Breaking Bad, instead it takes its time to paint a picture of Saul Goodman, someone that was in Bad mainly for comic relief. In his own show, though, creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have created a well-rounded, means well character whose descent into criminality is a slow burn. Although some characters have started to appear from Breaking Bad, the show doesn’t beg for the appearance of Walter White or Jesse – it’s now it’s own thing and we can’t wait for Season 4.

Seasons on Netflix: 3 

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Yes, Bojack Horseman is hilarious. Yes, it’s the best thing Will Arnett has done since Arrested Development. And, yes, it should be the next thing you watch if you are into anthropomorphic comedy about a once great TV star who has fallen on hard times. It’s all of that but it’s also a pretty accurate portrayal of depression and should be celebrated as such.This may make it sound like the saddest show ever. It’s not but it’s far more weightier than most of the cartoon comedies doing the rounds on Netflix at the moment.

Seasons on Netflix: 3

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Breaking Bad is must-watch TV and one of the reasons Netflix has risen to the popularity it has. Before Breaking Bad, Netflix was seen as a fairly decent streaming service. After it got the rights to show the final season of Breaking Bad in the UK, Netflix propelled itself to superstardom. Not bad for a show that’s ostensibly about a high-school teacher with cancer who goes on to sell meth to pay for his hospital bills. 

It goes without saying, if you haven’t yet spent time with Walter White and Jesse – do so now! But, be warned, the show is as addictive as the stuff Walter is peddling. 

Seasons on Netflix: 5

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Is The Crown Netflix's crowning glory? Not quite, but it is a sumptuous look at one of the world's most famous families: the Royal family. Charting the early years of the relationship between the Queen (Claire Foy) and Prince Philip  (former Doctor Who Matt Smith), the show was written by Peter Morgan and, at £100 million, is one of the most expensive TV series ever made. Which means there's enough pomp and ceremony to keep those pining for a Downton Abbey replacement happy.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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When it comes to superhero movies, Marvel are bossing DC thanks to the rich tapestry it has weaved with its cinematic universe. Its TV shows, as fun as Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D and Agent Carter are, haven't had the same success as DC's The Arrow or The Flash. Thankfully Daredevil has come along to change all this. Released in one binge-watching dose, Daredevil is superb television, regardless if you are a superhero fan or not. Matt Murdoch's (Boardwalk Empire's Charlie Cox) rise from blind lawyer to vigilante is brutal and steeped in realism. The reason it works so well is that it doesn't shy away from being violent – each crack and crunch is a world away from Ben Affleck's terrible movie version. And special mention has to go to Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk, his best role since the tortured Private Pyle.

Daredevil season two is out now and adds Elektra and Punisher into the mix. With new showrunners on board, the show has shifted slightly tonally but the brutality of the fight scenes are still there – you just need to check out Episode 3 to see what we mean.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

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Mackenzie Crook was one of the breakout stars from The Office, swapping his brilliant performance as the hapless Gareth for Hollywood roles in Pirates of the Caribbean and Game of Thrones. But it's on home soil where he fares best.

The Detectorists, written by and starring Mackenzie, is a warm, brilliant comedy. Based around the lives of a group of metal detectorists, it features brilliant writing, acting and characters – in any given episode, you will either be in tears of laughter or poignancy. 

Seasons on Netflix: 2

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Following in the footsteps of fellow 'mumblecore' members the Duplass brothers – whose brilliant Creep was a Netflix exclusive – Joe Swamberg has hit Netflix with a candid and considered look at sex and relationships.

Easy is an eight-episode look at relationships in Chicago. There's a different subject for each episode, although each life portrayed eventually overlaps in the show in some way. 

Cast-wise, Easy has some surprisingly big names. Malin Akerman and Orlando Bloom star in one vignette, while the likes of Emily Ratajkowski, Marc Maron and Dave Franco also make an appearance. 

Don't go into Easy expecting explosive drama or high-tense action, but as a realistic look at other people's love lives it's a great, if slightly meandering watch.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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There was a collective groan by Coen Brothers fans the world over when Fargo the television show was announced. But what could have been darn tootin' awful ended up being fantastic, thanks to the casting of Billy Bob Thornton who is both funny and psychotic – well, his character is anyway. The series thankfully didn't retread the movie but added to it, acting as a strange but sublime companion piece. It's so good, the Coens initially refused to have their name on the show – until they saw it and loved it.

The second season is also now on Netflix and surpasses the first. The plotline veers away from the original film, but the heart of Fargo is still very much in this TV show. The second series flips back 27 years before the events of the original.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

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Unfairly cancelled after just one season, Freaks and Geeks was the starting point for many AAA comedy actors, directors and writers careers of today. Set around two factions of kids trying to get by in a typical US school: the freaks and, well, the geeks. 

James Franco, Seth Rogan and Jason Segel are fantastic as part of the geek ensemble – Franco playing the heart throb, Rogan the monosyllabic beer fiend and Segel, the loveable stoner. While the geeks include Silicon Valley's Martin Starr and a superb John Francis Daley. But it's Lind Cardellini who's standout, playing Lindsay Weir, the math kid who decides to rebel. 

Created by Paul Feig, who recently tried his hand at rebooting GhostBusters, and written by Judd Apatow, the show is great antidote to the whimsical teenage world of Dawson Creek and the like.  

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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The Get Down has a lot to live up to. It's the most expensive Netflix show ever made – knocking Marco Polo of that perch – thanks to its creator Baz Luhrmann's vibrant style that suits the show's premise. And that premise is a doozy: The Get Down charts the beginnings of hip-hop in the 1970s, telling the tale through the eyes of young rapper Ezekiel. Bombastic in its approach and beautiful to look at, The Get Down is a potent mix of fictional characters and real-life stars of the hip-hop scene, including Grandmaster Flash who also produced the show. All 12 episodes are available to binge now – you'll either love or hate it!

Netflix recently revealed that this will be the only season of The Get Down as it's cancelled the show – which we reckon is a big mistake as it's a great watch.

Seasons on Netflix: 1 (part one and two)

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Alison Brie already proved she had comedic chops in Community but GLOW cements her as a comedy genius who can turn on the seriousness when she needs to. In GLOW (gorgeous ladies of wrestling) she plays Ruth Wilder, a struggling actress in '80s LA who turns to women's wrestling to make a star of herself. The show is a look at the underground sensation of ladies wrestling, with all the wit and gender stereotype reversing you would expect from the maker of Orange Is The New Black. It's a great, highly original watch, with a superb cast that includes British singer Kate Nash.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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Him & Her is one of the best British sitcoms in years. Based around the lives of a bored, lazy but happy 20-something couple, the show's plot is slight but it manages to get laughs out of the most mundane happenings. Sarah Solemani is fantastic as Becky whose love for Steve (Russell Tovey) never falters, despite her parents disliking him. And Kerry Howard as Laura, Becky's sister, is the most hateful character since, well, ever.

All four series are now on Netflix and are an essential watch.

Seasons on Netflix: 4

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Homeland, now in its fifth season, is a very different show now than it was when it first aired back in 2011. Based on the Israeli series Prisoner of War, the first few seasons were based around the premise of a returning war hero that may or not be holding a dark secret. This duplicity has been a running theme since then but the narrative has moved on. What hasn't changed is the brilliant central performance by Claire Danes as the CIA officer with bi-polar disorder – she's superb and the glue that holds this sometimes disparate show together.

Seasons on Netflix: 5

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If there ever was a poster boy for Netflix, House of Cards would be it. Funded completely by the streaming service, Cards' first season boasted direction by David Fincher and acting by Kevin Spacey and was addictive television. The reason: Netflix positively wanted you to binge watch, putting all episodes up at once. Now in its third season, Netflix's Card trick is still impressive and shows just how far Netflix has come, given it's shot in both 4K and HDR.

House of Cards Season 4 was more timely than ever before, with Frank Underwood fighting to get re-voted in as president which, on the face of it, was about as likely as Donald Trump rising to power. Oh…

And now we have the arrival of Season 5. This is the first without showrunner Beau Willimon. The good news is that is still feels like House of Cards and it also has a number of familiar faces returning. 

Seasons on Netflix: 5

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Ever gorged on Toblerone and driven to Dundee in your bare feet? Alan Partridge has. The fictional disc jockey is easily comedian Steve Coogan's finest creation, and the I'm Alan Partridge series is the character at his cringe-inducing best.

From zombie infestations at travel taverns to arguments with farmers over 20 foot chickens to a guest appearance from "Bono", the BBC's best worst former employee will have you in stitches.

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Seasons on Netflix: 2

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Initially made on a shoe-string budget, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia first season had a cult following, but low viewing figures meant it was destined to be a one-series wonder. Thankfully, everything changed when Season 2 was eventually green-lit, thanks to some big-time star power. Danny De Vito joined for a 10-episode run that was extended because he loved it so much. He's still in the show that's now in its 11th season, bringing with him huge viewing figures. The antics of Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Mac (Rob McElhenney, the show's creator), Charlie (Charlie Kelly) and Sweet Dee (Kaitlin Olson) won't be for everyone – at its darkest the show's 'comedy' themes range from nazism to drug abuse – but stick with it and this deliciously depraved classic will reward you.

A new, 12th season, has finally landed on Netflix, after airing in the US earlier this year. The show has also been renewed for two more seasons, which will make it the longest running live-action comedy series on TV ever. Impressive stuff.

Seasons on Netflix: 12

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And there was us thinking that Daredevil's subject matter was dark. Jessica Jones is another tale set in Hell's Kitchen that may be under the Marvel banned but is about as far removed from the bromance of Thor and Iron Man that you are likely to see.

Breaking Bad's Krysten Ritter is superb as the titular Jones, a private detective with superpowers and super issues. This is nocturnal noir that moves in the same circles as Daredevil – figuratively and literally as both characters will eventually team up in the Defenders. It may not have the bone-crunching violence that Daredevil is famed for, but there's enough booze, sex and black humour on the screen to make this a cracking comic-book caper that's strictly adults only.

Check out our Jessica Jones review

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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Netflix struck true crime gold with How To Make a Murderer and its done the same again with The Keepers. This time the case in question is the murder of a nun in 1969 in Baltimore. The case remains unsolved and this documentary series goes back to the scene of the crime, speaking to witnesses and people who worked on the case.

This is a meticulously researched series, and one that has been in the works longer than Making a Murderer. It shows, too. Each episode ends on a new piece of evidence and by the end you'll be horrified with just how this case remained unsolved for so long. Gripping stuff.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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This awkward rom-com has been penned by Judd Apatow and it's yet again another hit for Netflix Originals. It's a similar bedfellow to Master of None, but it improves on the themes of dating, love and city life with characters that are more rounded and a touch more awkward. Community's Gillian Jacobs is great as the prim Mickey, while Paul Rust is effortless as slacker Gus. The show stealer, though, is Apatow's uber talented daughter Iris who plays a frankly horrible child star.

The 'will they, won't they?' shenanigans continue in the second season – those expecting a plot-heavy season will be disappointed, though, as Love meanders through its storylines – which is no bad thing if you ask us.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

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Luke Cage is the latest addition to Netflix's impressive and growing Marvel TV show offering. Marvel has created a rich cinematic universe and although some of its TV shows (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and Agent Carter) have struggled to stay on their feet others like Jessica Jones and Daredevil have flourished.

Luke Cage is more in the same vein as Jessica Jones and Daredevil, with less light-hearted superhero fun and more hard-hitting themes, violence, and grit.

After making his debut in the first series of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage is getting his own show which sees him swap Hell's Kitchen for Harlem, delving into his origins as a hero. Viewers who lamented the fact that they didn't get to see more of him in Jessica Jones will enjoy the opportunity to find out more about what makes his character tick here. Don't worry if you haven't watched Jessica Jones, it's not a requirement to understand or appreciate anything about Luke Cage.

The first season in its entirety is on Netflix now, making it perfect to settle in and binge watch.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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Idris Elba was a relatively unknown actor when he blew us all away as Stringer Bell in The Wire. After starring in the show his career catapulted him into the A List, but he thankfully never forgot his TV roots. Luther is a cop show with a difference, and that difference is Elba. He brings that bit extra to a cop who is battling both deranged criminals and his own demons. He befriends murderers and breaks rules, all amongst the beautiful but broken backdrop of London's East End.

Seasons on Netflix: 4 

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Five series of Mad Men have arrived on Netflix. While it may not be the full set – there were seven in all – there's enough here to bing watch and get caught up in Matthew Weiner's modern TV classic. On the face of it, Mad Men is about advertising execs – lead by the ever-conflicted Don Draper – in the Sixties but it's much much more. Each episode lingers, taking time to tell its tale, but it's worth the wait. Superb television.

Seasons on Netflix: 5

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Marco Polo may not have had the accolades that Netflix would have hoped for such an pricey series – at $ 90 million only Game of Thrones is more expensive – but it has enough going for it to keep you entertained. Benedict Wong is Kublai Khan, founder of the Yuan dynasty, while Lorenzo Richelmy plays Marco Polo, the Venetian whose travels to China see him given a place in the Khan's court.

Bombastic and old school, Marco Polo is a stunning watch – it's also HDR-ready so make sure you have a TV that can handle this type of content.

It was announced recently that Marco Polo will not be getting a third season, making it the first Netflix-owned series to be cancelled. 

Seasons on Netflix: 2

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Aziz Ansari was part of one of the best comedy ensembles ever in Parks and Recreation, but in Master of None he proves he can hold his own when he goes it alone. Channeling Louie CK, by way of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Master of None is a fantastic look at being in your 30s in Hollywood and all the trappings that go with it. Ansari plays the fictional Dev but this sitcom comes off as deeply personal and is all the better for it.

The second season improves on what is a fantastic first season. Dev is now in Italy, making pasta and trying to forget about acting. It's not long before he heads back to New York, though.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

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The world's fascination with real crime seems to be at its highest at the moment and it's all thanks to the podcast Serial. Now on to its second series, Serial highlights cases of crime in forensic detail. Making a Murderer is in a similar vein. This 10-part series looks at Steven Avery, someone who spent 18 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit and is then accused of a different crime. The show has been ten years in the making and is gripping stuff.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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Narcos is that wonderful thing: a TV show that doesn't scrimp on controversy. Based on the exploits of Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar, the show examines the criminal's rise to the top of one of the biggest drug rings the world has seen, while constantly trying to avoid the clutches of the DEA.

Uncompromising, uncomfortable but completely unforgettable, Narcos is exactly the sort of thing that Netflix should be commissioning. It's also the sort of thing that HBO would have snapped up just a few years ago – which is very telling as to where television is today.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

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The OA rounds off what has been an exceptional year for television on Netflix. Co-created by and starring the ever-brilliant Brit Marling, the show consists of eight episodes that rival Stranger Things for, well, strangeness. 

Marling is a blind woman who comes back after disappearing for many years. Her sight is restored and she has a tale to tell. Although there are eight episodes they vary wildly in length – from 70 minutes to 30 minutes. The whole thing has been made to make you feel uneasy and it does a great job of that.

Seasons on Netflix: 4

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Orange Is The New Black consistently tries to oust House of Cards from the Netflix top spot, with its superb tale of life in a women's prison. It's so popular that its makers have announced that the show will be running until at least season seven.

The show has finally returned for a fourth season and things of gotten very dark! Racial tensions and issues with the US prison system are the main plot points for season four and while the comedy is still there, it's slathered with a fair bit of drama.

Seasons on Netflix: 5

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Fresh from giving horror anthologies a new spin with American Horror Story, creator Ryan Murphy has taken this idea and expanded it into the world of crime. The first series of American Crime Story focuses on the very public case of OJ Simpson and the death of his wife Nicole. It's superb TV, dramatising what was one of the most engrossing true stories to come out of the '90s. Cuba Gooding Jr is great as OJ but it's the supporting cast that steals the show. Sarah Paulson, David Schwimmer, John Travolta and Courtney B Vance ham it up to the max and it makes for some of the most entertaining television in years.  

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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Netflix's latest TV drama has been tipped as the next Breaking Bad, but it doesn't quite deserve that accolade. One of the main reason is that Jason Bateman's Marty Byrde has already broke bad, helping a Mexican cartel to fudge their figures. This means the descent that was so brilliant in Walter White isn't really seen here. But that doesn't mean that show isn't worth a stream – it's a tense, occasionally terrifying watch that mashes stereotypes and cultures as the Byrde family leave their home in Chicago for the Ozarks in Missouri. 

Also, Jason Bateman is always worth a watch, even when he isn't winking at the camera Arrested Development style. But the real scene stealer is the ever-brilliant Laura Linney. She acts, directs and produces in this series, proving she's the real star of the show.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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All nine seasons of Peep Show are now on Netflix – and if you haven't seen the show, then you are in for a treat. Charting the rather mundane lives of two flatmates Jez (Robert Webb) and Mark (David Mitchell), the show is a wry look at adults trying and failing to be adults. 

All shot in first person – hence the name – Peep Show doesn't shirk from sex, drugs and political incorrectness but it does it all in such a brilliantly British way, that you don't mind at all when you are watching some of the most awkward TV moments, including one of the characters serving up a dead dog for dinner. 

Don't ask, just watch.

Seasons on Netflix: 9

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From the mind of Jonathan Nolan – Inception writer and brother to Christopher – this twist-ridden series is as high concept as it gets. A computer algorithm offers up 'people of interest' to a crack crime-fighting team which consists of former Jesus Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson, last seen chewing the scenery as Lost's big bad Benjamin Linus. While the first season is a little by the numbers, this show has blossomed into something of a must watch.

Seasons on Netflix: 4

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As its third season nears, it's a perfect time to get into Rick and Morty. The show on its most linear level focuses on the relationship between a grandfather and his grandson. But it's oh so much more. It's a meditation on sci-fi tropes, a pop culture cauldron, a high-concept cartoon that's endlessly quotable and also a show that contains more than its fair share of fart jokes. It's endlessly bingeable and very funny – all thanks to its creator, Community's Dan Harmon.

Seasons on Netflix: 3 (new episodes streaming every Tuesday)

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Slathered with a fantastic dose of black comedy, Santa Clarita Diet stars Drew Barrymore are the stereotypical TV mum, with one difference: she likes eating people. This brand-new show on Netflix is a great send up of the family sitcom, taking all the tropes that make Modern Family and the like so successful, then turning them on their head, and then eating their head. And be warned: when things are eaten it's all very grizzly. Timothy Olyphant also stars as the dad who is happy for his wife to be a flesh eater. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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The Wachowski siblings have been more miss than hit lately – Cloud Atlas was brave but flawed, Jupiter Ascending was just flawed – but Sense8 sees something of a return to form for the directing duo.

Yes there are problems with Sense8 but this uneven show is brilliantly high concept and packed with interesting characters. Well, eight characters in all, from different parts of the globe that are connected in a variety of ways.

The disparate batch of characters means this is a show that has a lot in keeping with Cloud Atlas, where different genres nestled uneasily against each other. But it's a brave show and one that suits the lavish cinematography the Wachowskis are famed for.

A Sense8 Christmas special helped fill the gap before the second season – but now the second season is here and proves that the show is developing into something great. Unfortunately, the second season will be the last as Netflix has decided to pull the plug on the show.

Seasons on Netflix: 2 (plus a feature-length Christmas special)

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There's very good reason Sons of Anarchy is the highest rated show on FX ever – its Shakespeare-esque plot (think Hamlet on bikes), following the tumultuous lives of a motorcycle gang, has everyone who watches it gripped. The show ended in 2014 after seven glorious seasons – although later seasons could never quite reach the glory days of one to three – and is perfect fodder for those looking for another Breaking Bad-style fix.

Seasons on Netflix: 7

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Now celebrating its 50th year, Star Trek is a movie and TV phenomenon that has no signs of slowing down. The original series, The Next Generation, Voyager and Deep Space Nine have all landed on Netflix but it is the first two series that are the best.

Watching it now, the original Star Trek maybe full of creaky sets and suspect acting but the show was bold, colourful and slathered in '60s sci-fi innovation. The first series is superb, with perhaps the greatest-ever TV double act: William Shatner's Kirk and Leonard Nimoy's Spock. Kirk is all bluster and pomp, Spock is cool, calm and authoritative.

Unlike the original series, the Next Generation took a few seasons to get things right but it still fantastic viewing. Patrick Stewart is effortless as Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the rest of the crew are – including Data, William T Riker and Geordi La Forge – up there in stature with the original crew.

Seasons on Netflix: 3 (Original Series); 7 (The Next Generation)

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When it comes to TV and movies, the '80s is the nostalgia decade of the moment. Whether it's Jeff Nichols' Midnight Special that plays like a Steven Spielberg film, if Spielberg still made films like he did in the Eighties, or The Goldbergs and Red Oaks mining the decade for laughs, filmmakers can't get enough of the shell suits and Sony Walkmans.

Stranger Things is another brilliant homage to this era. Leaning heavily on Spielberg, John Carpenter and Stephen King – so much King – the story revolves around a small town, a group of friends, a missing person and a dodgy science lab. Writing anything else would give away the myriad twists in a show that is full of brilliant creepy fun.

The second season of Stranger Things had a new trailer debut at ComicCon and it looks epic.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

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The Thick Of It is perfect satire. It is the closest we will ever get to the machinations of politics, until they decide to let cameras roll 24/7 at Number 10. From the ever-sweary Malcolm Tucker to the string of forever-wrong MPs he has to protect with his profanities, The Thick Of It manages to show the world what an omnishambles a government in charge can be, with hilarious consequences.

Seasons on Netflix: 4

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The Trip is the perfect gig for Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon and one that must have been too good to pass on. Based on the flimsy premise that hyper realised versions of the two comedians drive around rural England eating in the best restaurants as food critics, the show shouldn't work but it really really does. Completely unscripted, each episode is strewn with movie star impressions and passive-aggressive jokes, where the two try to one-up each other. Director Michael Winterbottom manages to hold the show together with clever editing and cinematography and manages to add subtle plot through phone conversations with Steve and Rob and their respective families.

The second season has also landed on Netflix and it feels like a sumptuous main course. Italy is the setting and its beautiful surroundings seems to have made the pair more relaxed about life, while still bringing the funny.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

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Someone escaping from a Domesday cult shouldn't be a recipe for comedy but Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt manages to squeeze the funny out of this premise. Created by Tina Fey and starring Ellie Kemper as the title character, the show sparkles with wit and is the right side of kooky – unlike some other shows *cough* New Girl *cough* we won't mention.

Season Two of Kimmy Schmidt has arrived and is fizzing with the same energy of Season One and there's not long to wait for Season Three – it's out 19 May.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

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The prequel to a film sequel that no one watched, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp is both fantastic and utterly stupid. It has a cast list to die for – most of Mad Men are in there as is Ant Man's Paul Rudd and Bradley Cooper – and focuses on the goings on at the first day at camp.

These goings on include X-Files style conspiracies, homoerotic dancing, long lost rock singers, journalists going undercover and government hit men. In the original film the cast were in their 30s and were playing 17 year olds. In the prequel, the same cast is now in their 40s and are playing their characters' younger selves. If you can get your head around that, then you are going to love the show.

Its TV sequel Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later has also arrived and follows the gang 10 years after they left school. 

Seasons on Netflix: 2 (First Day Of Camp / 10 Years Later)

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Netflix shows no sign of slowing down when it comes to creating its own original content. The following shows will be out later in the year and all of them have had A Lot of money spent on them and big stars attached…

Narcos: Season 3

  • Out 1 September

We're not one to offer up spoilers so we'll just let the latest trailer speak for itself. But it's fair to say that it's all change for Narcos in season 3 – the fantastic Netflix drama that centres on the drug empires of the Seventies and Eighties and the agents whose job it is to track down the bad guys. 

Inhumans

  • Out TBA

Comic-Con San Diego has thrown up a ton of new trailers for the comic-book crowd. One that's causing quite a stir is the new trailer for Inhumans, a new TV show for Netflix. The first trailer wasn't that well received, with the acting, costumes and effects all looking a little shonky, but the second trailer is a vast improvement. We're still not 100% convinced but maybe that's because there's been a glut of superhero stuff around at the moment. 

Stranger Things: Season 2

  • October 27

Stranger Things was a revelation when it first landed on Netflix. A love letter to the horror and sci-fi movies of the '80s, the show played on nostalgia but also managed to be something original. The second series looks to expand on the mythos behind The Upside Down and promises bigger and scarier monsters.

Star Trek Discovery

  • 25 September

Star Trek Discovery has been a long time coming. Show-runner Bryan Fuller delayed the show as he was working on American Gods but now we finally have a  release date. It will be shown in the UK on Netflix from 25 September, with a new episode to air weekly. Although the show is 15 episodes long only eight are being released initially with the rest coming in the new year. This is to help with pre-production, apparently. This was a trick The Get Down used – it's unknown how many actually came back to watch the second batch of episode of the now-cancelled show. Discovery stars The Walking Dead's Sonequa Martin-Green and is set 10 years before Kirk and his crew boldly went through space and beyond.

The Dark Crystal

  • Out TBA

We may soon have a new must-have watch in our best shows on Netflix guide! Do you remember Dark Crystal, the fantasy, puppet-filled adventure from the brilliant mind of Muppet creator Jim Henson? It's set to make a comeback as an all-new prequel TV series thanks to Netflix. It's vaguely slated to be "coming soon" to the service, but you can get a sneak peek in the trailer.

The Punisher

  • Out November

The Punisher was meant to just play a bit part in Netflix's Marvel world.But  Jon Bernthal's depiction of Frank Castle, the vigilante war veteran was so good in Daredevil: Season 2 he's been given his own show. The plot is still shrouded in mystery but don't expect this one to be a laugh-fest. The character of the Punisher is one of the most tortured around, so the atmosphere for this show is going to be dark, dark, dark.

Jessica Jones: Season 2

  • Sometime in 2018

Krysten Ritter recently revealed that Jessica Jones: Season 2 will be more 'bingeable' than season one. Quite what that means we don't know but it does point to a faster-paced than the first fun but stretched instalment. Alongside Ritter, Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor) is back and the action takes place after The Defenders show, which debuts in August.

Mindhunter

  • Out October

David Fincher is no stranger to Netflix, he's heavily involved in House of Cards as producer and directed the first episode, but Mindhunter is Fincher going full Fincher. It's based on John Douglas' book of the same name and charts the life of an FBI profiler whose job it is to track serial killers.

Dark

  • Out Winter 2017

If you are at a loss after watching Stranger Things, the Dark is for you. It's the  first German-language series Netflix has made and the lot is about two missing children – but it's not just about that as there's supernatural elements and sci-fi twists galore.


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UPDATE: Hear up, Camp Firewood followers! Moist Sizzling American Summer season is again with an all new collection set ten years after the unique film and the prequel present that adopted it – try the subsequent slide to search out out why you ought to be watching it!

It's been a very long time coming (like, a critically very long time) however Netflix has lastly arrived on Australian shores, giving Australians unfettered entry to all the critically-lauded Netflix Originals exhibits. Not solely that, customers even have entry to a wealth of different licensed materials.

Positive, Netflix additionally streams motion pictures, however its tv output is probably the explanation most individuals have signed up for an account. There's nothing fairly like firing up Netflix and binge-watching a collection at your individual tempo. Getting immediate entry to complete seasons of Home of Playing cards from day one is half the attraction.

That is why we've created the TechRadar information to the best TV exhibits on the Australian model of Netflix proper now (in no specific order). We'll maintain this finest TV present listing continuously up to date with the most recent tv exhibits that you ought to be watching and likewise let you know why.

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All the things has been resulting in this – Marvel's insanely in style Netflix exhibits, every set within the better Marvel Cinematic Universe, are lastly colliding in The Defenders. Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, all of the lead heroes of their very own respective exhibits, should now come collectively to cease a menace that goals to look at New York Metropolis fall. Consider them like the tv equal of The Avengers, solely extra street-level. Will they have the ability to put apart their variations to struggle as a staff? Or will The Hand, the shadowy, historic felony organisation that featured in each Daredevil and Iron Fist, take another step in direction of international domination? You'll need to binge-through this Eight-episode particular occasion to search out out!

Seasons on Netflix: 1

When you've seen and are a fan of David Wain and Michael Showalter's hilarious movie Moist Sizzling American Summer season (WHAS), then you definitely've absolutely watched its Netflix Authentic prequel collection, WHAS: First Day of Camp (additionally on our listing of the most effective exhibits on Netflix Australia). Hilariously happening throughout the identical summer time of 1981 (regardless of a solid that's clearly aged by 15 years), the collection hit each comedic notice that made the movie a cult favorite. Now, a sequel collection has been made that sees our beloved characters return to Camp Firewood ten years after the occasions of the movie and first collection. Set in 1991, the present will get plenty of comedic mileage out of its new period, and sees most of its authentic solid return in some type or one other (Bradley Cooper is sadly absent, although Adam Scott does a superb job of filling his footwear). When you've ever puzzled what these ridiculous characters is perhaps like as adults, this can be a collection you could watch. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Although Netflix's new crime drama Ozark has understandably been in comparison with Breaking Dangerous, the present approaches related themes in a wholly completely different and uniquely intense manner. Chicago businessman Marty Bryde (Jason Bateman, who additionally directs a few of the episodes) looks like a standup man, however has really spent years laundering drug cash for a Mexican cartel. When it's revealed that his buddy and enterprise companion has been skimming cash off the highest, Marty finds himself in debt to a trigger-happy drug lord who has no qualms about murdering Marty's complete household, together with spouse Wendy (Laura Linney) and their two younger kids. Now, Marty's solely probability at retaining his household alive is to maneuver them to the Ozarks, an extended shoreline in Missouri that Marty believes is potential a goldmine, in order that he pays again the cash that's owed. Gripping and really grownup, Ozark will certainly attraction to followers of exhibits like Fargo and the aforementioned Breaking Dangerous. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Impressed by the beloved online game franchise of the identical title and modelled after Japanese anime, the Netflix Authentic collection Castlevania isn't shy about packing its quick four-episode season with as a lot blood and guts as potential. Produced by famous geek Adi Shankar (Dredd) with animation by the famend Frederator Studios (Journey Time), Castlevania sees Dracula (Graham McTavish) wage battle on mankind after the mindless killing of the one human he cherished. Now, it's as much as whip-cracking hero Trevor Belmont (Richard Armitage) to cease him. With comparisons to Sport of Thrones, Castlevania is certainly a collection made with adults in thoughts. When you like brutal medieval tales which can be keen to discover some critically darkish territory, you're going to like Castlevania. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Do you know that aggressive physique portray was a factor? Effectively, in case you didn't, Pores and skin Wars is right here to indicate you what you've been lacking out on! Hosted by Rebecca Romijn and that includes RuPaul Charles, Pores and skin Wars pits the world's finest physique painters in opposition to one another for an opportunity to win a grand prize of $ 100,000. Contestants are given weekly duties that contain portray bare fashions. Want extra convincing? Effectively, the duties will put their abilities for portray and storytelling to the take a look at, with a panel of judges handing out verdicts on the finish of every episode. The one that presents the least skin-tillating art work might be despatched packing. Brutal, however hey, battle is Hell. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

From the makers of Orange is the New Black comes Netflix's newest hit collection, GLOW, a present based mostly on a real-life all-women wrestling league that existed within the '80s. Why's it referred to as GLOW? It stands for Attractive Girls of Wrestling, that's why! The present stars Alison Brie (Group) as an aspiring actress who auditions for the wrestling gig after being fed up with the shortage of meaty feminine roles in Hollywood. Right here, she generally is a fierce warrior, one who’s answerable for her personal future and will get to play reverse different sturdy girls. Like Orange is the New Black, GLOW is a present that masterfully balances comedy and drama. We will solely hope that it will get as many seasons as that award-winning present.  

Seasons on Netflix: 1

It could have by no means reached the heady heights of Home Of Playing cards, however Orange Is The New Black is one other present that proves Netflix is now up there with HBO with regards to providing first rate programming. Set in a lady's jail, Orange doesn't shirk the massive problems with violence and rape however manages to combine these with a heady dose of black humour. Oh, and its first collection was really extra in style than Playing cards, which is a shock as Netflix's promoting has at all times been very Spacey heavy. And, in case you've already watched the primary 4 seasons, you'll be completely satisfied to know that season 5 has simply made its approach to the service. Get able to binge!

Seasons on Netflix: 5

Completed watching Netflix's new Voltron reboot collection and crave much more intergalactic motion? Effectively, you're in luck – Netflix has seen match to drop an entire bunch of basic Voltron episodes from the unique collection on its service! Reasonably than simply posting them within the order they have been launched, the episodes have been handpicked by members of the inventive staff behind the brand new collection. Not solely that, every episode is prefaced by a brief introduction from the one who picked it detailing why it's essential to them. A must-watch for Voltron followers who wish to take a stroll down reminiscence lane.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Ever spent a night with buddies watching dangerous motion pictures and cracking jokes at their expense? If that's you, you're going to like Thriller Science Theater 3000 (MST3K). Primarily based on a flimsy premise involving a scientific experiment by Gizmonic Institute, the present's lovably do-it-yourself sci-fi angle is simply an excuse to have comic Jonah Ray hang around with a bunch of wise-cracking robots named Gypsy, Tom Servo and Crow as they relentlessly mock completely horrible motion pictures. The brand new Netflix model is definitely a remake of an American cult favorite from the '80s and '90s and every episode will really provide you with a whole film to cringe and chuckle by way of. Charming, humorous and endlessly entertaining, MST3K is certain to seize an entire new era of followers.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

True crime followers, prepare on your latest obsession. The Folks vs O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story recounts the 1994-1995 homicide trial involving all-star NFL legend O.J. Simpson, during which he was accused of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and her buddy, Ronald Lyle Goldman. The primary in a collection of one-off tales, American Crime Story season one is an engrossing and terrifically-acted retelling of the notorious trial instructed from the views of each the prosecution and the defence. Cuba Gooding Jr. offers a incredible efficiency as O.J., whereas Sarah Paulson (as Marcia Clark), David Schwimmer (as Robert Kardashian) and John Travolta (as Robert Shapiro) present distinctive assist. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

They are saying that cooks are like the brand new rock stars of our time, and if that's the case, the lovably-outspoken movie star chef and creator Anthony Bourdain is the culinary equal of Iggy Pop and Henry Rollins rolled into one charming but considerate dish. In his present No Reservations, Bourdain roams the globe in quest of mouth-watering meals, though in contrast to most different journey/meals applications, Bourdain spends an equal period of time exploring the cultures and socio-political environments that birthed them. Humorous, eye-opening and very entertaining, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations is a must-watch present for foodies and globetrotters alike. 

Seasons on Netflix: 2

Put aside any pre-conceived notions that you simply may need a few 'attractive Archie' collection and prepare for some of the addictive new exhibits of the yr with Riverdale. First issues first – this ain't your grandpappy's Archie present. A modern-day re-imagining of the beloved comics franchise that has spanned nearly eight many years, this Twin Peaks-inspired model of Riverdale is fraught with homicide, deception and small city scandal. Well-known characters like Jughead, Veronica, Betty and even Josie and the Pussycats are all current and accounted for, solely with a decidedly millennial twist. The query on all people's lips: Who killed star quarterback (and hottest child at school) Jason Blossom? With new episodes fast-tracked from the US each Friday, your solely downside will the seven day wait between episodes. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

True crime tales are so sizzling proper now, evidenced by the immense recognition of the podcast Serial and HBO's The Jinx. Netflix's authentic collection Making a Assassin nonetheless, might be the most popular of all of them, documenting and recounting the trials of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, two working-class People accused of the homicide of 23-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach. Over its 10 episodes, the present exposes the failings of the Wisconsin justice system in blood-boiling element. Having spent 18 years in jail for a criminal offense he didn’t commit, Steven Avery is exonerated based mostly on new DNA proof. Nevertheless, shortly after his launch, he turns into the prime suspect in Halbach's homicide, and Avery is put by way of the ringer as soon as once more by regulation enforcement figures that appear to have it out for him. What follows is an anger-inducing sequence of occasions that contain pressured confessions, unconvincing (and probably planted) proof, dodgy attorneys and an entire presumption of guilt from nearly everybody concerned. Compelling, infuriating and tragic, we assure you received't have the ability to cease watching Making a Assassin when you've began.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

When Marvel revealed that it might be creating a number of Netflix exhibits tied straight into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fanboys (like me) have been over the moon. The truth that it might begin by bringing Daredevil again to life (Evanescence pun fully intentional) after the much-maligned Ben Affleck movie was greater than we may have ever hoped for. This is not some low-level participant – Daredevil is a real fan favorite. And in case you ask us, ‘The Man With out Concern’ might be higher suited to being the star of a collection moderately than one other film – particularly as he’ll finally staff up with Netflix’s different Marvel heroes Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage within the Netflix miniseries, The Defenders. Although the collection kicked off with a bang within the first season, Marvel has managed to high it in each single manner within the second season, with the inclusion of The Punisher and Elektra dialling up the motion and depth significantly.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

One of many best cartoons of the '80s, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe has lastly made its approach to Netflix Australia! Set on the magical world of Eternia, the present follows Prince Adam, a younger man who turns into the superhero He-Man every time he holds aloft his magic sword and speaks the phrases: "by the ability of Greyskull!" Collectively together with his buddies, Teela, Man-At-Arms, Battlecat and Orco, He-Man frequently faces off in opposition to the dastardly (and deliciously campy) villain referred to as Skeletor, who will cease at nothing in his makes an attempt to take over the realm. When you're after a mad rush of nostalgia, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe ought to do the trick!

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Looking back, it might appear unattainable for Marvel to surpass its final Netflix Authentic collection, Daredevil, with a present a few exhausting consuming ex-superhero that's little recognized exterior of comedian e-book circles, however that's just about what it's executed with Jessica Jones. Although the present doesn't fairly attain the motion heights of Daredevil, Jessica Jones manages to be much more compelling by way of story and character. Primarily based on the comedian Alias by Brian Michael Bendis, the present sees personal investigator Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), bar proprietor Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and movie star Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor) do battle with a mind-controlling creep named Kilgrave (David Tennant), whose unimaginable obsession with Jessica is inflicting everybody round her to die. Darkish, violent and fairly sexual for a Marvel present, Jessica Jones is required viewing for followers of the MCU.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Arguably the best present on tv, Mad Males is an excellent time capsule that takes us on a journey by way of the ever-changing panorama that was 1960s America. Over time, we get to see the nation evolve by way of the eyes of the individuals who work at a swanky New York promoting company – most notably our lead character Don Draper (John Hamm), a broken particular person with a hidden previous and a consuming downside who is consistently participating in infidelity. By way of the present, we get some perception into the sluggish rise of energy for ladies within the office whereas going through overt sexism, race relations and the evolution of the American household throughout probably the most tumultuous interval in American historical past. Actually an excellent, must-watch present.

Seasons on Netflix: 6

Many scoffed when it was introduced that MTV could be making its personal Scream present based mostly on the hit Wes Craven-directed movie collection of the identical title, however that preliminary cynicism bleeds away as soon as the present sinks its hooks into you. Impressed by the movies however on no account related to them, the present maintains the meta-commentary and slashing motion that the Scream title is thought for whereas creating an entire new mythos of its personal. That includes a (principally) likeable solid, buckets of blood and a central thriller that may maintain you guessing till the very finish, followers will certainly get a kick out of Scream’s small-screen slashing mayhem. And, with Scream at present in its second season, Netflix is fast-tracking model new episodes straight from the U.S. each tuesday.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

One of many funniest exhibits to hit TV in years, Brooklyn 9-9 stars Andy Samberg as an immature goofball who additionally occurs to even be a superb NYPD detective. The present revolves across the many instances (and shenanigans) that Samberg and his equally hilarious co-stars get wrapped up in below the watchful eye of their stern Captain. Fast-witted and filled with coronary heart, Brooklyn 9-9 is a brand new comedy basic.

Seasons on Netflix: three

Netflix has been killing it with its Marvel exhibits up to now, having already launched two well-received top-tier exhibits in Daredevil and Jessica Jones. Now, it is time for a brand new sort of hero – Luke Cage, also called Energy Man to followers of the comics the present relies on. When you’ve watched Jessica Jones, you may already be conversant in this actually unbreakable character, as he performed a pivotal function in that present’s first season. This collection, nonetheless, picks up a while after that, with Cage relocating from Hell’s Kitchen to Harlem, and discovering himself coming to blows with native gangster Cornell “Cottonmouth” Stokes. Anticipate loads of intense motion with an actual hip-hop aptitude.

Collection on Netflix: 1

One of the best ways to method BoJack Horseman is to let it slowly develop on you. Likelihood is you will not be blown away by it from the primary episode, however when you get hip to its rhythm, you may possible discover it to be probably the greatest animated comedy exhibits since Bob’s Burgers. Will Arnett voices BoJack, a washed-up ’90s sitcom star who spends his days being bitter about his failures alongside perpetual houseguest, Todd (Breaking Dangerous’s Aaron Paul). Issues get difficult when his cat girlfriend and agent Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris) hires ghost author Diane (Alison Brie) to pen BoJack’s memoir. Stuffed with hilarious characters that might solely exist in drawing-form, BoJack Horseman is an actual winner.

Collection on Netflix: three

Somebody escaping from a Domesday cult should not be a recipe for comedy however Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt manages to squeeze the humorous out of this premise. Created by Tina Fey and starring Ellie Kemper because the title character, the present sparkles with wit and lands on the correct aspect of kooky. Better of all, season 2 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has arrived and is fizzing with the identical vitality of the primary. When you’re a fan of exhibits like Parks and Recreation and 30 Rock, you are just about assured to like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

You have by no means seen a lawyer present like this earlier than. Fits principally avoids the ‘courtroom drama’ angle that regulation exhibits often take, and as an alternative focuses on the dealings behind the scenes. Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) is an excellent man with a photographic reminiscence who’s losing his life away as a petty drug supplier, till lawyer-extraordinaire Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) hires him to work on the most prestigious regulation agency in New York. Let’s hope nobody finds out about his lack of a regulation diploma. Completely addictive.

Seasons on Netflix: 5

If there ever was a poster boy for Netflix, Home of Playing cards' Frank Underwood could be it. Funded fully by the streaming service, Playing cards' boasts a visible fashion crafted by director David Fincher and immense performing by Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright. The rationale: Netflix positively needed you to binge watch, placing all episodes up without delay. With 5 seasons at present accessible, Netflix's Card trick continues to be spectacular and exhibits simply how far Netflix has come, bringing the service worldwide important acclaim and awards consideration. With the world as centered on US politics as it’s now, Home of Playing cards is downright therapeutic leisure. 

Seasons on Netflix: 5

One of many freshest and most pleasing exhibits Netflix has put out thus far, the semi-autobiographical Grasp of None sees comic Aziz Ansari (Parks and Recreation) play Dev, a personality very like himself who’s attempting to navigate his household, buddies, performing profession and love life in New York Metropolis. Hilarious and considerate, Grasp of None offers Dev the chance to mirror on troublesome topics like like racism and misogyny in a manner that's heat, humorous and eye-opening – no simple feat! Grasp of None additionally has an incredible soundtrack, and a few great supporting turns from Noël Wells, Eric Wareheim, Kelvin Yu and Ansari's personal scene-stealing mother and father, Shoukath and Fatima.

Seasons accessible on Netflix: 2

An extremely fascinating four-part docu-series charting the delivery of hip hop music, Hip Hop Evolution takes us on a visit again to New York Metropolis's South Bronx space throughout the tumultuous early '70s. Starting with the well-known DJ Kool Herc block get together that began all of it and persevering with on to the early days of gangsta rap music within the late '80s, Hip Hop Evolution is an eye-opening examination of all the weather that led to rap music turning into the worldwide phenomenon it’s at the moment. That includes numerous interviews with hip hop pioneers, together with Africa Bambaataa, Grandmaster Flash and Kurtis Blow, this Netflix Authentic collection is without doubt one of the most entertaining cultural classes you're ever more likely to see. When you're completed watching this, maintain the beat going with Netflix's different good hip hop present, The Get Down.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Earlier than he was the showrunner for Marvel’s Daredevil, Steven DeKnight labored on the gratuitously violent and sexual collection Spartacus. At first look, you would be forgiven for pondering that there is nothing extra to the present than meat-headed beefcakes preventing and screwing in a 300-aping method, however there’s a lot extra happening – we comply with Spartacus (the late Andy Whitfield and his alternative, Liam McIntyre) as he’s taken into slavery and compelled to do merciless and unimaginable issues within the gladiatorial area, simply ready for the day that he can lastly get his revenge on slave-owners Batiatus (John Hannah) and Lucretia (Lucy Lawless). All of this culminates in some of the satisfying season finales in current reminiscence. Be warned – this present is full of grotesque violence and an immense quantity of intercourse and nudity. It is like Sport of Thrones instances ten.

Seasons on Netflix: four

Narcos, the latest Netflix Authentic, tells the true story of the world’s most notorious drug lord, Pablo Escobar (Wagner Moura), and the DEA brokers (Boyd Holbrook and Pedro Pascal) tasked with taking him down. This riveting crime drama performs like a cross between Metropolis of God and Goodfellas, using a voiceover-based narrative that provides you an unprecedented take a look at the ins and outs of Colombia’s drug commerce. Although a monster of a person, Moura’s portrayal of Escobar imbues this murdering drug trafficker with an actual human aspect, incomes the character sympathy regardless of his horrible actions. Violent, attractive, well-written and immaculately acted, Narcos is actually probably the greatest exhibits on Netflix.

Seasons on Netflix: 2

Reportedly Netflix’s most costly present ever, The Get Down is a fully dazzling look into the delivery of hip hop music within the South Bronx throughout the late 1970s. The present effortlessly blends actual life footage from the interval with scenes from the present, mixing them collectively like a superb DJ. Created by Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge!), The Get Down is bursting with fashion, drama, vibrant characters and incredible music. You probably have even the slightest curiosity in hip hop music, contemplate The Get Down required viewing.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Followers of brainy, politically-minded science fiction, just like the unimaginable Battlestar Galactica reboot collection, would do properly to take a look at The Expanse, a futuristic collection that sees our Photo voltaic System colonised by people. Initially offered within the guise of a cop procedural a few lacking particular person, The Expanse’s stakes are rapidly raised when an unlimited political conspiracy turns into obvious that threatens the destiny of our galaxy. Starring Thomas Jane, Steven Strait and Shohreh Aghdashloo, The Expanse is a present that takes a short while to heat as much as, however when you’re hooked, you will not have the ability to look away. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

So far as dystopian fiction goes, Black Mirror is up there with the easiest. Penned by Charlie Brooker, who earlier than this was disassembling and decimating the information in his present NewsWipe, Black Mirror consists of a handful of caustic tales concerning the perils of know-how, shady governments and human nature as an entire.

Not solely has Netflix nabbed the unique seven episodes of the present to stream, comprising two collection and a Christmas particular, however it additionally funded an additional six. Every standalone episode holds a mirror as much as our society in excessive satire, with themes that aren’t too removed from points going through us all at the moment: social media highs and embarrassing lows, know-how going awry and new video games that begin to really feel all-too actual. Pitch-black comedy at its absolute darkest, Black Mirror is a should for tech-heads with a depraved sense of humour. 

Seasons on Netflix: three

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Enjoying like a cross between Stephen King and Steven Spielberg, Stranger Issues is a nostalgic and considerably scary throwback to the basic Amblin movies of the ’80s. Within the small city of Hawkins, Indiana, younger boy Will (Noah Schnapp) disappears in the midst of the night time with no hint. The very subsequent day, a younger woman in a hospital robe seems on the town, scared and unable to talk. In true Goonies/Stand By Me-fashion, the woman joins up with Will’s buddies in an try to trace down their lacking buddy. Additionally embroiled within the thriller is the younger boy’s mom, Joyce (Winona Ryder) – a lady who should confront terrifying forces if she has any hope of seeing her son once more. To say the rest could be to say an excessive amount of, so in case you just like the sound of this ’80s homage, watch it earlier than somebody spoils it for you.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Enjoying like a hilariously twisted model of Again to the Future, Rick and Morty follows a whiny excessive schooler and his alcoholic scientist grandfather as they set out on loopy adventures throughout the Universe. From Dan Harmon, creator of Group, and Justin Roiland, who voices each the titular characters, Rick and Morty is an endlessly intelligent present that by no means ceases to give you mind-blowing tales to inform. This is not simply the most effective animated sci-fi comedy since Futurama – it is even higher. So, seize your Plumbus and strap in, as a result of the second season of Rick and Morty is now accessible to stream on Netflix Australia!

Seasons on Netflix: 2

Reviled on preliminary launch after which rediscovered as a cult basic, the 2001 movie Moist Sizzling American Summer season is the sort of satirical comedy that leaves most individuals scratching their heads. These within the know, nonetheless, see it as a fully pitch-perfect, gobsmackingly hilarious spoof of the summer time camp motion pictures of the late ’70s and early ’80s. Most of the actors within the authentic movie went on to change into large stars (Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler), so it ought to be thought-about a minor miracle that each one of those folks have been wrangled again nearly 15 years later to star in a prequel collection for Netflix. If you have not seen the unique film, you would possibly wish to stream it on Netflix earlier than watching the present, however you probably have seen it and find it irresistible like we do, you may be over the moon with Moist Sizzling American Summer season: First Day of Camp.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Reward Odin! We lastly have a brutal and (principally) historically-accurate present about Norse tradition that might make Thor proud. Vikings takes us on a journey by way of Scandinavian/European historical past as Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), a person who might or is probably not a direct descendent of Odin himself, rises up the viking ranks and searches for brand new civilisations alongside his band of viking brothers. Greatest watched with a pint of mead in your hand.

Seasons on Netflix: three

One of many funniest comedians to come back out of Britain in years, Matt Berry (The Would possibly Boosh, The IT Crowd, Snuff Field) is again with one other pompous blowhard character that's fully in his much-perfected wheelhouse. In Toast of London, Berry performs Steven Toast, an eccentric, washed-up actor whose antics off the stage are nearly as unbearable as those on it (when he can really discover a worthwhile gig, that’s). To make issues worse, Toast is surrounded by quite a lot of comically-named characters who’re simply as aberrant as he’s. Will Toast ever catch a break? A single episode of the present will most likely be sufficient to reply that one…

Seasons on Netflix: three

Like a cross between Fashionable Household and The Strolling Lifeless (with a spattering of Dexter thrown in for good measure), Santa Clarita Weight-reduction plan is a hilariously gory Netflix Authentic collection that sees suburban mum Sheila (Drew Barrymore) all of a sudden purchase an insatiable starvation for human flesh. Although shocked at first, Sheila's loyal husband Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and daughter Abby (Liv Hewson) are decided to maintain this household collectively, even when it means overlaying up quite a lot of murders…

Seasons on Netflix: 1

On the listing of exhibits that have been tragically minimize down earlier than their prime, #1 is Firefly. Quantity 2, nonetheless, is Freaks and Geeks, the present that served as a launching pad for a few of our favorite stars in comedy at the moment. Brash, mischievous and hysterical, James Franco, Jason Segel and Seth Rogen present an ideal counter-balance for the tepid (and fully loveable) Linda Cardellini. The present scores the final spot on our listing and in our hearts as a result of on the finish of the day we've all been Cardellini's character, Lindsay. We've all been picked on, referred to as a nerd and genuinely cherished one thing – whether or not that's cellphones, computer systems, televisions, no matter. And simply once you suppose you'll by no means slot in, the correct group of individuals by some means discover their manner into your life.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

After he had produced the proper feminine lead in Buffy and earlier than he was Hulk smashing with The Avengers, Joss Whedon created a short-run sci-fi collection that has spawned not solely an enormous cult following however, fairly astonishingly, a film. The rationale it was such an underground success was as a result of Firefly takes the Star Wars framework of creating area messy, the place every part is somewhat tough across the edges – together with the crew. It even has its personal Han Solo within the type of Nathan Fillion's Malcolm Reynolds. Whedon's witty phrases permeate the entire of Firefly, which isn’t a lot an area opera however an area rock opera.

Seasons on Netflix: 1

A really opulent historic epic, The Crown is an imposing Netflix Authentic collection that offers with Queen Elizabeth II (Claire Foy) and her rise to the throne, beginning within the 1940s and transferring on to fashionable instances. With a reported funds of £100 million, Netflix and Left Financial institution Footage spared no expense to inform this story of royalty with as a lot element and historic accuracy as potential. Although it’d seem to be a stuffy costume drama, the good images and extremely sense of scale will depart you flabbergasted. That includes terrific performing and great course from Peter Morgan (who directed the Oscar successful movie, The Queen), The Crown is the proper present for Downton Abbey followers who’re in search of their subsequent massive repair. 

Seasons on Netflix: 1

Earlier than he was a world famous person, Will Smith was the frontman for the late '80s/early '90s hip hop duo, DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Recent Prince. With a successful sense of persona and infectious hits like 'Mother and father Simply Don't Perceive', Smith took his performing abilities and turned to performing by starring within the household sitcom, The Recent Prince of Bel-Air. Enjoying a fictionalised model of himself, Smith strikes in together with his stuffy excessive society Aunt and Uncle's household within the posh suburb of Bel-Air. Earlier than lengthy, his loopy persona turns your entire household's dynamic on its head, bringing a way of a lot wanted humour into their lives. A basic collection with probably the greatest and most memorable theme songs of all time, The Recent Prince of Bel-Air is as contemporary and humorous now because it was 20-odd years in the past. Now, sing it with us: "In West Philadelphia, born and raised, on the playground is the place I spent most of my days…"

Seasons on Netflix: 6


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Fb Messenger now exhibits you Spotify suggestions

Fb Messenger can accomplish that way more than ship texts. Along with video chats, holding polls and even enjoying video games, it seems the messaging app's subsequent trick is realizing when to recommend tunes.

Mentioning music on Messenger now prompts music suggestions from Spotify — permitting customers to browse a truncated model of the mega-popular streaming web site to seek out simply the proper jams for his or her chat.

The function seemingly comes courtesy of M, Fb's built-in assistant for Messenger, which picks up on sure phrases like "get a trip" to summon a automotive, "pay you again" to supply cost companies or on this case, "play/advocate some music" to convey up Spotify.

Whereas Spotify customers have had the flexibility to share hyperlinks to Messenger for over a 12 months, the app now seems to only know to convey up the streaming app everytime you write concerning the newest playlist you made or that candy new Kesha launch.

We are able to independently affirm that M's Spotify suggestion function works on the newest model of Fb Messsenger on iOS, however should take a while to roll out to all units and platforms. Within the meantime, we weren't kidding about that Kesha album — it's so price testing.

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Finance sector reveals excessive degree of mistrust in leaders

Junior staff are extra trusting of their bosses however that adjustments as staff achieve expertise, finds Emolument.com
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