Netflix It has a large catalog of original series that can be appreciated by all kinds of public. The streaming giant continues to capture subscribers based on high-quality content that can be enjoyed with the conveniences of streaming. It doesn’t matter if it’s paranormal activity in an isolated town, the difficult life of a deer boy, or the revenge of a white-collar thief: ¡Netflix fascina!
What about specialized critics? Their criteria are different from those of the general public. Less emotional attachment to the protagonists of the different stories that generate madness in the fans. The professional maintains a colder vision that tests the quality of the shows and conquering these people is a real achievement. The good news? Many shows of Netflix they succeed. A list of those alternatives!
+ The Netflix series with the best reviews
9. Stranger Things
The disappearance of a young man in the quiet town of Hawkins is the starting point for a series of paranormal situations that will shake up the boy’s friends. They will meet Once, a young woman with telekinetic powers that will help them solve this mystery and the terror behind the parallel dimension that haunts them. This is the plot with which the series that conquered audiences around the world begins. Rotten Tomatoes rates it 93%.
The father of Assane Diop is accused by the rich and powerful Hubert Pellegrini of stealing an expensive diamond necklace. Once in prison, the man, who was innocent, commits suicide. So, his son decides to avenge this injustice by drawing inspiration from the exploits of Arsène Lupin. This white-collar thief will use all his charisma and mastery of disguise to achieve his goals. Rotten Tomatoes: 97%.
Catching a criminal often requires the authorities to dig deep into his mind to find out how he thinks. That’s the job of FBI agents Holden Ford y Bill Tench. They try to understand and capture serial killers while studying their damaged psychologies. At the same time they develop a modern way of profiling these criminals. Rotten tomatoes: 97%.
When a teenage girl reports being raped, she later retracts her story. Then, two detectives follow the evidence of the case that could reveal the truth about what happened. Based on a true story. Starring: Kaitlyn Dever, Toni Collette, and Merritt Wever. Rotten Tomatoes rated this title with a 98%.
Dylan finds out he has the STD Chlamydia and gets in touch with his sexual partners to alert them to the diagnosis. The particular situation helps the main character of this story to take a look at his past, relive old conquests, remember when his heart was broken and when he disappointed. Rotten Tomatoes: 98%.
4. American Vandal
It is striking that the series has a higher rating than the parody content. American Vandal is a mockumentary about crimes, which is set in an American institute, where the teachers’ cars are painted with male members. Created by Dan Perrault and Tony Yacenda. Rotten Tomatoes: 98%.
3. Big Mouth
It is an animated series for adults that tells in detail the different experiences of a group of young people in the middle of puberty. Situations such as sexual attraction and menstruation will be approached from humor. It is based on the lives of its creators: Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg. Rotten Tomatoes: 100%.
2. Queen’s Gambit
Anya Taylor Joy masterfully stars in this miniseries that tells the story of an orphan chess prodigy. The young woman has the opportunity to become the best chess player in the world, but life also finds her struggling with her emotional problems added to drugs and alcohol. Rotten Tomatoes: 100%.
1. Sweet Tooth
Based on the comic created by Jeff Lemire. 10 years ago a catastrophic event caused the fall of humanity by a deadly virus and the arrival of hybrids: children half animal half human. Gus is a young half deer. He lives in the forest, but soon the circumstances of reality will take him on an incredible journey where he will learn more about his origin and human nature. Rotten Tomatoes: 100%.
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