Netflix has a ton of movies and shows to choose from, but there comes a time in every streamer’s life when re-runs of Schitt’s Creek are no longer satisfactory. That’s why we often turn to Netflix’s top-rated section, which ranks popular titles based on who’s watching what.
The popular show is back for season three, which follows Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love (Victoria Pedretti) as they embark on their scariest adventure to date: parenthood.
2. Squid Game
The Korean drama series introduces 456 desperate contestants who compete in a mysterious and deadly survival challenge involving multiple rounds of childhood games. If they win, they get tens of millions of dollars. If they lose, they die.
Inspired by the New York Times best-selling memoir, Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive, the new series follows single mother, Alex (Margaret Qualley), who has narrowly escaped an abusive relationship and is trying to provide for her daughter by becoming a cleaning lady.
Meet Frank Gallagher (William H. Macy), a single father of six children. He spends most of his free time at the bar, forcing his children to fend for themselves.
Join J.J. as he uses music to teach himself about the alphabet, numbers, animal sounds and other kid-friendly topics. (Warning: The nursery rhymes will be stuck in your head for weeks.)
6. My Name
To avenge her father’s death, a woman teams up with a powerful crime boss and poses as an undercover police officer.
The show follows four teenagers—Archie (K.J. Apa), Jughead (Cole Sprouse), Betty (Lili Reinhart) and Veronica (Camila Mendes)—who are haunted by a series of incidents in the small town of Riverdale.
8. In the Dark
Murphy (Perry Mattfeld) is a 20-something woman who’s struggling to navigate adulthood. However, she refuses to let her blindness derail her journey.
9. Gabby’s Dollhouse
Gabby is a kitty enthusiast with a wild imagination. The series follows Gabby as she teams up with her sidekick, Pandy Paws, to venture inside her dollhouse.
10. The Blacklist
An on-the-run fugitive (James Spader) turns himself in and offers to help the FBI catch other brilliant criminals.
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