We’ve already touched on the first company to win Emmy’s for their online-only shows, now it’s time to talk about the best Netflix original series. Since the release and major sensation of House of Cards, Netflix has incrementally produced their own original television shows rather than only showing the shows of other studios. By doing this, they’ve reshaped the television landscape, becoming the first company to win Emmy’s for their online-only shows. Plus, by releasing entire seasons at once, they’ve practically invented the term binge-watch. But which Netflix television shows are the best? Well, we’ve got you covered. Here are 25 Best Netflix Original Series You Don’t Want To Miss.
A mystery about the disappearance of two young kids and all the weird and bizarre things that happen, this TV show certainly lives up to its name and then some. With beautiful cinematography and mind-bending storytelling, this German-based show will have you riveted.
13 Reasons Why
This young adult TV show follows Clay Jensen, a heartbroken teenager who tries to uncover why his crush, Hannah, took her own life. It became a controversial target with its handling of the topic of suicide, but the show has still remained popular with a third season coming down the pike.
A family drama centered around a powerful family and four siblings dealing with the fallout of a horrible act, this tense thriller will have you scratching your head all the way through to the end. While the first season is admittedly the best with diminishing returns for season two and three, it’s arguably still worth watching if you haven’t given it a chance.
Lost in Space
Based on the classic television show of the same name, this science fiction family drama is about the Robinson family trying to find a new planet to inhabit, but when disaster strikes, they’ll have to adapt to their surroundings. While it can be a tad corny at times, it certainly has its moments and showcases some fantastic special effects.
Starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, this crime-thriller is about an accountant who gets in deep with the cartel and comes up with a money laundering plan in the Ozarks to stave off getting killed. Despite feeling a little too close to Breaking Bad, the writing and performances are top-notch and will likely keep you enthralled through the whole first season.