Netflix Aesthetic: Although though the streaming service debuted the trending list earlier this year, which has a daily list of the Top 10 TV shows, it’s not always clear how to reach that list on Netflix. This is why we’re here: to speed up the process.
Here are the best Netflix shows Lost in Space
Despite being a few years old, Netflix’s remake of the iconic sci-fi series from the 1960s is one of the service’s most uncommon offerings right now. It’s a genre show that the streamer cannot cancel after one season because it has already run for three seasons. That means you can relax and enjoy this glossier portrayal of the Robinson family’s frantic struggle to survive on a foreign planet without worrying about an endless cliffhanger or an impending resolution.
The risks are far greater. But in this reboot, the Robinsons find themselves stranded on a perilous alien planet when an evacuation attempt for a dying Earth goes horribly wrong
You is a story of obsession that is frequently very unsettling. With aspiring author Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail), Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), a library manager in New York, falls madly in love with her at first sight in the first season. In the second, he moves to Los Angeles and turns his attention to heiress Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti). Yet as their twisted friendship develops, Love reveals that she also harbours sinister fantasies.
Jenna Ortega plays a young Wednesday Addams who enrols at the Nevermore Academy, a hundreds of years old boarding school, in Tim Burton’s coming-of-age fantasy comedy. In order to control her own developing psychic abilities, save the community from a monster, and uncover the paranormal mystery that plagued her family some 25 years ago, Wednesday must learn these skills while attending the academy.
The Sandman by Neil Gaiman was long believed to be a filmic impossibility. The scope of the comics is just so vast, and they have such fantastical settings like the depths of Hell. However, here we are with a fantastically accurate adaptation of the original work.
The protagonist of the tale is Morpheus (Tom Sturridge), King of Dreams, who is being held captive by a warlock (Charles Dance) who is driven by the desire for immortality. Morpheus is soon set free and begins to right the cosmic and human faults he made throughout his existence (first episode here). These outstanding cast include Gwendoline Christie, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Patton Oswalt, David Thewlis, Jenna Coleman, and more.
Vikings: Valhalla is set century after the History Channel’s first season of Vikings, at a time when the Vikings had conquered England, taken over Normandy in France, and crossed the Atlantic Ocean, but their rule over the country was coming to an end. It describes the exploits of some of the most well-known historical figures from the Norse culture, including Leif Erikson (Sam Corlett), Freyds Eirksdóttir (Frida Gustavsson), and Harald Hardrada (Leo Suter).
Like the first Vikings series, Valhalla is bold, graphic, and spectacular. There is so much action in the first episode of the season that you may be wondering where the programme will go from here.