15 of the best Netflix shows of 2021
Got your Netflix subscription, but not sure what to catch up on now? Just drop the 15th cover of Peaky Blinders and try something new that brewed in 2021.
Here’s a list of the best 2021 shows to watch on Netflix, which you should be watching right now.
1. Squid game
Squid game, is a dystopian version of the battle royale genre. Hundreds of cash-strapped players agree to participate in children’s games after receiving an unusual offer. Inside, an enticing reward – with deadly stakes – awaits you. He has a score of 100% Rotten Tomatoes.
2. The chestnut man
Søren Sveistrup returns with a spooky new six-episode series about a serial killer who may be linked to the kidnapping of a politician’s daughter and who loves to decorate his gruesome crime scenes with miniature men.
3. Midnight mass
The seven-part horror miniseries, set in a small fishing village, shines a light on religion when a new charismatic priest (Hamish Linklater) arrives on the island with the promise of leading his growing flock to salvation . He has a 92% Rotten Tomato score.
4. Sex Education: Season 3
Sex education The third season is a brutally honest and heartfelt masterpiece of humor, with a seemingly endless drive to dig deeper into its characters, paired perfectly with its brilliant cast. He has a 92% Rotten Tomato score.
5. Dear Whites
Cultural prejudice, social injustice, misguided activism and murky politics confront a group of students of color at the University of Winchester, a white Ivy League college. The series uses irony, self-mockery, brutal honesty, and comedy to expose the issues that still plague “post-racial” society today from an absurd perspective. He has a 92% Rotten Tomato score.
6. Lucifer: Season 6
The Devil, annoyed by his role as Helllord, moves to Los Angeles, where he runs a nightclub and hooks up with a murder investigator. He has an 88% Rotten Tomato score.
7. Money Heist: Season 5
A criminal mastermind known only as “The Professor” hatched a plan to achieve the biggest heist in history. Action, drama and lots of skin! More action, please! The first half of the last part was scary and the final episodes will air in December. He has a 92% Rotten Tomato score.
8. Post mortem: no one dies in Skarnes
This Norwegian series follows a woman who considers sacrificing human lives to help her family’s funeral business stay afloat while battling her insatiable hunger.
9. The President
The first woman of color to become head of the English department of a major university is trying to meet the dizzying demands and high expectations of a failing department. He has an 84% Rotten Tomato score.
10. Grace and Frankie: Season 7
Grace and Frankie created by Marta Kauffman is the story of Grace (Jane Fonda) and Frankie (Lily Tomlin) who find it inevitable to live together; thanks to their husbands, Robert (Martin Sheen) and Sol (Sam Waterston) as they discover they are gay and intend to marry. He has a 92% Rotten Tomato score.
11. I think you should go with Tim Robinson
Tim Robinson appears in this comedy sketch series, which he also co-created, in which he tries to persuade people to leave him alone. Robinson and his guests do everything they can in each episode to get someone to the point where they need – or urgently want – to go. He has a 98% Rotten Tomato score.
12. Black Summer: Season 2
This series, set in the “Z Nation” world, follows an elite unit of special forces as they fight for hope amid the darkest hours of the zombie apocalypse. He has a score of 89% Rotten Tomatoes.
13. Virgin River: Season 3
Mel, a nurse practitioner from Los Angeles, embarks on a new life in a rural hamlet in northern California after being heartbroken once again. As it stands, she meets Jack (Martin Henderson), a bartender who inspires her to fall in love again. He has an 80% Rotten Tomato score.
This show is a story by Arsène Lupine, the world-renowned thief gentleman and master of disguise, from the traditional French novel. He has a 97% Rotten Tomato score. He has a 97% Rotten Tomato score.
15. Good girls
Three working-class suburban women, played by Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman and Retta, are tired of the never-ending battle to make ends meet and decide to take charge of their lives by stealing a neighborhood grocery store. They are successful, but the story does not end there. He has an 85% Rotten Tomato score.
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