Want to know the 10 best Netflix series of 2020 (so far)? The time has come!
In the year 2020, Netflix brought to the public several very interesting content. With the mission of entertaining the most diverse types of viewers at all times, many series were launched on the platform, in addition to very important renovations that brought new episodes to known productions.
How about checking out the 10 best Netflix series of 2020 so far? This is what we will see in this list. Check out.
Bringing Sarah Paulson into the lead is almost a guarantee of attracting a huge audience. Ratched tells the story of a macabre nurse (played by Paulson) already known to viewers in the film A stranger in the nest, directed by Milos Forman and released in 1975.
In a short time, the series can already consider itself as one of the biggest hits of Netflix, since it holds the title of most watched serial production of the platform this year. We don’t need to say anything else, do we?
2) Tiger King
The documentary series Tiger King impressed streaming subscribers because of its great narrative power. In his episodes, we met Joe Exotic, an Oklahoma tiger caretaker. This figure is presented through his various campaigns for public office, polygamous weddings, music videos and cruel feuds.
Controversies are not left out and are dealt with very precisely throughout the narrative.
3) Cobra Kai
Coming to Netflix to be renewed, Cobra Kai plunged into nostalgia to bring back the world of karate Kid to the screens. The character Johnny Lawrence (played by William Zabka) is back, reopening the Cobra Kai dojo and reuniting with his former rival, Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio).
Many emotions can be checked with the arrival of this series in streaming.
4) Nothing Orthodox
Based on the memories of Deborah Feldman, Nothing Orthodox, on Netflix, shows the saga of a young Jewish woman who escapes her life in Brooklyn to start all over again in another place. The series has several reflective nuances about a community as a whole and what it is like to be a unique individual within it.
The performances are the strong point of the narrative and show that the series can be considered as one of the best released this year.
5) I never…
When Mindy Kaling decided to create the fun I never…, she may not have imagined how incredible this foray would be. The plot bets on very pertinent family conflicts, starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in the role of Devi, a young woman with Indian descent who just wants to be an ordinary girl.
The series also focuses on recurring themes, such as mourning, sexuality and Indian culture. Best of all, the series has already been renewed for a 2nd season.
6) Blood & Water
With a very intense dramatic load, the series features Puleng, a 16 year old girl when she is transferred to the sophisticated Parkhurst Academy. There, she intends to solve the mystery of her missing sister.
Dealing with your classmates who are extremely wealthy and at the same time crazy doesn’t seem like an easy task, but throughout the episodes we see a lot of quality in the narrative.
7) Space Force
This comedy created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carell, featuring a strong cast – which includes Carell himself, John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Diana Silvers and Lisa Kudrow -, premiered in May 2020 on Netflix.
The production focuses on hilarious conflicts while the characters need to come together for a new space project.
With a somewhat philosophical plot and Hillary Swank’s visceral acting, Away it provokes the viewer on issues that go far beyond belonging and human relations.
The series tells the story of an astronaut who is scheduled for a mission on Mars that will take her out of the house for about 3 years. A strong drama full of remarkable moments!
9) Into the night
There were only six episodes, very well constructed, that hooked the viewer to the turbulent plot presented in the Belgian series Into the night. Already confirmed for a 2nd season, the plot touches on a cosmic event that could take the lives of all passengers on a flight that was hijacked in the direction of Brussels.
10) The Eddy
Created by Jack Thorne, the miniseries, which has episodes directed by Damien Chazelle, from La La Land and Whiplash, bet on conflicts that happen around a jazz club in Paris.
Seeking to protect his business, his band and his daughter, Elliot Udo (played by André Holland), gets involved with some dangerous criminals.
These are our Netflix series picks that have marked us most in 2020 and so far! And yours? Which are they?