Top 20 NETFLIX fantastic series you need to stream

Seasons on Netflix: 1 Based on Charlotte Stoudt's 2018 novel of the same name, Pieces of Her stars Toni Collette as Laura Oliver, a mom whose dark and mysterious past comes back to haunt her.

Pieces of Her

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Seasons on Netflix: 1 Based on Studio MDHR's award-winning (but very difficult) 2D run-and-gun videogame, The Cuphead Show is a delightful animated comedy show that can be binge watched in one afternoon.

The Cuphead Show

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Seasons on Netflix: 1 Based on a BBC Three TV show called Murder in Successville, Murderville follows Will Arnett's eccentric detective Terry Seattle as he looks to solve a new murder-mystery case in the series' six episodes..

Murderville

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Seasons on Netflix: 2 If you're looking for the best Netflix horror TV show, The Haunting of Hill House is it – followed by 2020's successor series, The Haunting of Bly Manor.Hill House is about a family returning to their old home to reckon with the events that drove them away from it, a story with many genuinely terrifying moments,

The Haunting of Hill House

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Seasons on Netflix: 1 Based on a web cartoon from South Korean production company Naver, All of Us Are Dead is a coming-of-age horror series that is sure to be the next Squid Game.

All of Us Are Dead

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Seasons on Netflix: 1 Inspired by the horror podcast of the same name, Netflix's adaptation of Archive 81 has delighted (and scared) fans and critics alike since its initial January 14 release.

Archive 81

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Seasons on Netflix: 4 Netflix's Breaking Bad-esque family crime thriller was popular before the pandemic – then the arrival of a new season in 2020 seemed to supercharge interest in the show.The fourth season's first seven episodes are available to stream now, while the final batch will land on April 29.

Ozark

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Seasons on Netflix: 4 Once a YouTube original, Netflix snapped up the rights to Karate Kid continuation TV show Cobra Kai last year, and turned it into a smash hit. Set 34 years after Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) was defeated by Danny LaRusso (Ralph Macchio), the former opens the Cobra Kai dojo once more to teach a new generation of kids how to fight. 

Cobra Kai

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Seasons on Netflix: 2 After a two-year wait, Netflix's most popular fantasy series has finally returned to our screens. The Witcher is, well, a TV adaptation of Andrzej Sapkowski's best-selling books, which have also been adapted into a series of popular games.

The Witcher

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Seasons on Netflix: 3 You has returned for a third pandemic-delayed season – this time casting Penn Badgley's obsessive Joe Goldberg as a father, as he settles down with dangerous partner Love (Victoria Pedretti) in the suburbs.Things don't stay normal for long, of course, but we'll let you discover that for yourself.

You

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Seasons on Netflix: 9 The legendary sitcom is now available exclusively on Netflix. Seinfeld is a show about friends Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer, and the various preposterous social situations and awkward encounters that make up their lives.Famously known as a sitcom about nothing, it goes against the feel-good underpinning of its '90s contemporaries and insists its characters never learn any lessons.

Seinfeld

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Seasons on Netflix: 1 Squid Game is Netflix's biggest TV show ever, breaking all kinds of records in 2021 and ensuring that that it'll take a monumental effort from future projects to even have a chance of trying to claim its throne.This South Korean drama comes from the mind of director Hwang Dong-hyuk, and follows a group of indebted citizens invited to risk their lives in a mysterious survival game.

Squid Game

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Seasons on Netflix: 1 The Haunting of Hill House creator Mike Flanagan returns with a new show, this time about a young man (Zach Gilford) who returns to his secluded island home of Crockett to serve a parole sentence.Something dark, however, lurks beneath the surface of this place.

Midnight Mass

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Seasons on Netflix: 3 Starring Gillian Anderson and Asa Butterfield alongside a slew of previously unknown actors, this British comedy is a treat. It's about the students, parents and teachers of Moordale Secondary School, where Butterfield plays Otis, the son of sex therapist Dr Jean Milburn (Anderson). He teams up with Maeve (Emma Mackey) to open their own in-school sex education clinic, and help fellow students out with their various issues.

Sex Education

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Seasons on Netflix: 1 If you're looking for a weird, wild and definite acquired taste on Netflix right now, no one can argue that new miniseries Brand New Cherry is not that. This '90s-set show is about Lisa Nova (Rosa Salazar), an aspiring filmmaker who comes to LA with the intention of making a movie, and pitches to a producer – but it doesn't pan out the way she wants it to.

Brand New Cherry Flavor

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Seasons on Netflix: 2 he word 'Lupin' might make you think of a million anime movies, and this French series literally uses thief character Arsène Lupin as a point of inspiration for its protagonist. Omar Sy plays Assane Diop, the son of a Senegalese immigrant who was wrongly imprisoned for theft, at the behest of his powerful employer.

Lupin

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Seasons on Netflix: 1 Netflix's latest comic book adaptation couldn't have less to do with superheroes. This post-apocalyptic fantasy series is about a half-human, half-deer boy who travels across the ruined world with a hardened protector – searching for a new life amid the ruins of America.

Sweet Tooth

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Seasons on Netflix: 2 Adult CG animated anthology Love, Death and Robots just returned for its second, shorter season of episodes. Like all anthologies, the quality varies between episodes, but taken as a larger work, this show has a lot to give

Love, Death and Robots

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Seasons on Netflix: 1 Netflix has enjoyed plenty of success with its fantasy TV offerings in recent times. Shadow and Bone, then, had plenty to live up to in a genre that also contains The Witcher, but it more than holds its own with an adventurous and twisting plot, investable characters and lots of drama.

Shadow and Bone

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Seasons on Netflix: 4 The Crown was Netflix's first big swing at a British prestige drama, the likes of which normally come from the BBC. The show's enormous budget results in a lavish depiction of the life of Queen Elizabeth II, first played by Claire Foy, and most recently portrayed by Olivia Colman in season 3, with a killer ensemble cast to boot.

The Crown

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