Best Netflix TV Series Of All Times | Top Netflix film series 2020 by critic review
We wrote an article on Top Netflix Movies 2020 that was extremely popular amongst our readers based on viewership. Check out that article if you are looking for some good movies to Netflix and chill.
Today, we’ll be covering what are some of the best Netflix series to binge on. Here are our top five picks that you simply have to watch. The genre in this list mainly revolves around action packed films. Once again, we are giving you enough teasers to know the gist of the plot but not the climax of it. Check out our other recommendations for Best Netflix Series, Chinese Films and Rom-Com on our blog. Let’s get started on our top 5!
2019 ‧ Horror ‧ 2 Seasons
If you are into films about zombie apocalypse and olden day swordsmen, this is the perfect show for you that combine both elements. Kingdom is a 2019 South Korean horror/thriller web television series written by Kim Eun-hee and directed by Kim Seong-hun.
Its scene first starts off in a poor village where people are suffering from hunger. After a desperate decision to feast on a human corpse, a mysterious plague begins to spiral out of control. Unlike senseless zombie killing, the beauty of this film lies in gradual discovery and learning about the zombies. At the same time during the apocalypse, the King is gravely ill. In a search for the truth behind his father’s illness, the protagonist, Lee Chang (Crown prince and rightful heir to the thrown) faces a political struggle with an opposing clan. This film will leave you on the edge of your seats as the plot unfolds and the protagonist attempts to survive whilst taking care of his people.
Reviews by both critics and audience for Kingdom have been outstanding. Plot aside, major kudos to make up artist who did a really good job in portraying realistic zombies.
Rotten Tomatoes: 96%
Google Users Review: 96%
2. Money Heist
2017 ‧ Drama ‧ 2 Seasons
The infamous Money Heist should be on anyone’s top 5 Netflix Original TV films. Money Heist (Spanish: La casa de papel, transl. The House of Paper) is a Spanish heist crime drama television series created by Álex Pina.
A criminal mastermind who goes by "The Professor" has a plan to pull off the biggest heist in recorded history – 2.4 billion euros by robbing the Royal Mint of Spain. To help him carry out the ambitious plan, he recruits eight thieves with certain abilities and who have nothing to lose. The beauty of this fi
lm lies in the brilliantly ingenious plan from “The Professor” as he goes head on with the police in a battle of wits and fancy negotiations.
The master plan is only revealed to the audience piece by piece, keeping you in utter suspense as the action goes on. Characters in Money Heist are also very well developed and relatable where no matter how brilliant the master plan is, the characters are real enough to elicit human emotions and possibly turn the plan south.
Money Heist Review:
Rotten Tomatoes: 91%
Google Users Review: 97%
3. The Blacklist
2013 ‧ Action ‧ 7 seasons
If you were into Money Heist for its psychological thrill, you will enjoy The Blacklist.
The Blacklist is an American crime thriller television series that starts off with Raymond Reddington, a highly wanted fugitive for decades, casually walking into the police station. Pressed in a classic suit, Reddington lays down his briefcase and kneels to surrender himself.
Of course, Reddington was far from surrendering. He goes on to explain a kidnapping is about to happen in the hands of another notorious criminal and makes a strange request only to speak with protagonist, Elizabeth Keen, a new hire who is just into her first day into her job. Reddington starts leading the police by the nose and negotiating his terms, whilst Elizabeth starts to realise this criminal might actually know more bout herself then she does.
The Blacklist Netflix Review:
Rotten Tomatoes: 91%
Google User Review: 95%
4. Locked Up
2015 ‧ Serial ‧ 4 seasons
Set up by her lover (and her boss), the protagonist Macarena Ferreiro, is made the scapegoat for corporate embezzlement of $9 million. She is sentenced to 7 years imprisonment in a women's prison and her embezzlement amount draws the attention of notorious criminal, Zulema. The dainty main character’s survival instincts starts to kick in as she realises how she needs to toughen up and rise up the ‘food chain’ to survive.
Outside the prison, her supportive family tries their very best to help her but finds themselves spiralling down into deep waters and getting tangled with criminals.
Disclaimer: This film is rated R21 contains a lot of nudity.
Locked Up Netflix Review:
Rotten Tomatoes: 100%
Google User Review: 96%
The Vikings is a classic film, which showcases power play in the primitive world with merciless rulings, raiding and a lot of sex. The main character, Ragnar Lothbrok, is a farmer with lofty ambitions but finds himself stifled the village Earl. He takes things into his own hands and relentlessly pursuits his conquest to change the world using both his mind and his fists.
A beautiful quote by Ragnar himself in the film – Power is an interesting thing, “it attracts the worst, corrupts the best.”
The Vikings Review:
Rotten Tomatoes: 93%
Google User Review: 96%
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