Nothing can take down very strange things, which is still at the top of the list of the 10 most watched shows and movies on Netflix and may just stay there until it returns for the last two episodes of its fourth season in July. Dystopian sci-fi thriller by Chris Hemsworth. Spider takes 2nd place, followed by the adaptation of Stephen King. it #3 in the CW High School Sports Series All American at number 4 and a comedy by Melissa McCarthy-Ben Falcone God’s Favorite Idiot in number 5.
But which Netflix Top 10 series and movies are really worth watching? We break down the entire Netflix Top 10 list and give you tips on what to eat and what to skip. We do the same for the top 10 Netflix TV shows as well as the top 10 Netflix movies. We also have recommendations for the best movies on Netflix and the best TV shows on Netflix to watch right now.
Based on the Netflix Top 10 of Tuesday, June 21st.
For fans: very strange things | This is good?: It’s so fun
Now that the kids are older, Season 4 of Netflix’s ’80s-inspired sci-fi mega-hit includes true horror never seen before (this season’s biggest influence was A Nightmare on Elm Street). It also gets too big as the episode runs, leading to some bloat. It’s not the series’ best season, but it’s still one of the most entertaining on TV. (Yesterday’s rating: 1)
For fans: Chris Hemsworth with glasses | This is good?: It’s smarter than the usual Netflix dystopian thrillers.
In this dystopian sci-fi thriller, Chris Hemsworth plays the warden of an experimental prison where mysterious drugs are tested on inmates including Jeff (Miles Teller) and Lizzie (Jernie Smollett). Jeff and Lizzie form a special bond that leads to them having dizzying, darkly funny psychological experiences. (Yesterday’s rating: 2)
For fans: Stephen King, motley group of kids, clowns | This is good?: It’s so cool
This adaptation of the first half of Stephen King’s classic novel is about a group of dim-witted kids who spend their summers being terrorized by the titular Ono, a were-monster that emerges from the sewers to kill kids. If you were watching very strange things and wanted more about that overall, this is the perfect movie for your next viewing. (Yesterday’s rating: 3)
For fans: Sports, High School, City of Los Angeles | This is good?: This is a solid teen drama that adults will enjoy as well.
Inspired by the life of former NFL player Spencer Paisinger, the highly popular CW high school sports drama follows Spencer James (Daniel Ezra), an aspiring soccer star who balances ambition and everyday teen drama as he moves from his neighborhood to become the MVP in a new club. school in Beverly Hills. Its fourth season has just been released on Netflix. (Yesterday’s place: 7)
For fans: Melissa McCarthy dumb humor | This is good?: It’s disappointingly bad
Melissa McCarthy and her husband Ben Falcone star in this comedy series about an ordinary Joe chosen by God to be His messenger on Earth. It’s not as funny as it could be. (Yesterday’s place: 4)
For fans: True Crime Documentaries, Internet Fear | This is good?: It’s pretty confusing, but the series isn’t very
This documentary series explores various Internet crimes and their consequences in the physical world, such as SWAT, sextortion, and right-wing extremism. You will want to smash the phone with a hammer and then melt the pieces. (Yesterday’s place: 6)
For fans: Adam Sandler: serious actor | This is good?: It!
AT Uncut Gems, the game of basketball is, in fact, second only to Adam Sandler himself. Sandler is known as big fan of basketball in general, so it was only a matter of time before he made a movie about it. Another reminder to the world that Sandler is a solid dramatic actor. Fuss is a sports drama that stars Sandler as a seedy scout who is tasked with recruiting a talented streetball player from Spain into the NBA. (Yesterday’s rating: 5)
For fans: culinary competition | This is good?: If you like this type of show, you’ll probably like this one too.
iron chef back baby. In Search of the Iron Legend challenges chefs to take on cooking icons to see who will become, you guessed it, the Iron Legend. (Yesterday’s place: 8)
For fans: British crime shows | This is good?A: It received rave reviews in the UK.
In this four-part limited series, which first aired on the BBC last year, a young man accused of a crime uses his closing argument in court to try to explain what really happened. That’s a lot of memories, isn’t it. He represents himself and doesn’t wear those stupid wigs that British lawyers wear. I can’t believe they still do this. (Yesterday’s rating: n/a)
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For fans: Cults | This is good?: It’s terrible, from which it is impossible to turn away.
Netflix’s latest foray into true crime is lifting the veil on an even darker part of The Latter-day Saint Church. The four-part documentary series tells the story of the fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, its leader and self-proclaimed prophet, Warren Jeffs, and the abuse of young women by his cult. (Yesterday’s rating: 9)