very strange things is still the #1 show on Netflix’s daily list of the top 10 TV shows on Friday, June 17, but there’s a new show behind it. Let’s see if there will be a comedy series by Melissa McCarthy God’s Favorite Idiot can overtake very strange things this weekend. Maybe not, but he debuted at #4 on Thursday and moved up to #2 today, so he’s gaining momentum. No. 3 – The CW’s teen sports drama. All Americanand then a CW-style teen vampire drama First kill in number 4. Keep Sweet: Pray and ObeyNetflix’s latest disturbing true crime documentary series rounds out the top five.
But just because people watch a show doesn’t always mean it’s good. We break down the entire list of the top 10 Netflix TV shows and help you understand what’s actually good and what’s not. We do the same for the top 10 Netflix movies as well as the overall list of the top 10 Netflix movies. We also have recommendations for the best movies on Netflix and the best TV shows on Netflix.
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Based on the top 10 Netflix TV shows for Friday, June 17th.
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: 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: 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 rating: 2)
For fans: Romeo and Juliet, but make them lesbian teens | This is good?: this is very bad
The bones of Romeo and Juliet shake in their graves as this new Netflix series follows two teenage girls who fall in love with a forbidden love. Why is it prohibited? Because one of them is a vampire (whose name is literally Juliet) and the other is a vampire hunter. Happy Pride! (Yesterday’s rating: 3)
For fans: Cult documentaries | This is good?: It’s thrilling… and terrifying
Netflix’s latest foray into true crime is lifting the veil on a dark sect of The Church of the Latter Day Saints. 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 the cult he created. (Yesterday’s rating: 5)
Here’s what to watch in the overall Netflix top 10 (movies and TV shows)
For fans: True Crime Documentaries, Internet Fear | This is good?: this is pretty confusing
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: 7)
For fans: This haircut, vintage | This is good?: It’s always been great
The sixth and final season of the British crime drama takes place in 1933. Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) is trying to break the curse he believes has been placed on his family, so they are all miserable and prone to violent death. Suddenly it’s not supernatural; Tommy is just a guy who believes in curses. (Yesterday’s place: 6)
For fans: Network Dramas Made for Streaming | This is good?: This is Peak Dad TV
Netflix doesn’t make many network-style dramas (yet, but expect a lot more), so this legal drama from prolific writer-producer David E. Kelly stands out. Long before he was Big little lies guy, Kelly dominated the legal space on TV with Los Angeles law, Practice, Ellie McBealas well as Boston Legal, among others. This is his return to the genre. Lincoln Lawyer based on the bestselling series by Michael Connelly, who also created Det. Harry Bosch and follows Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), a Los Angeles lawyer who doesn’t like defending guilty people but loves to use his Lincoln Navigator as his office. He was previously played by Matthew McConaughey in the popular 2011 film of the same name. The series was recently renewed for season 2. (Yesterday’s place: 8)
For fans: Imagining the taste of food that you will never allow yourself | This is good?: It is very funny
The favorite culinary competition is back. There are many cooking shows on Netflix about freaky lovers. iron chef the other way around (albeit oddly in its own way). It is an intense competition where professional gourmet chefs compete against celebrity chefs. The ingredients are high grade and the stakes are high. (Yesterday’s rating: n/a)
For fans: Blue color, money laundering | This is good?: This is the perfect show for those who love this type of show.
Jason Bateman plays a normal-looking guy who moves his family to the Ozarks after getting too deeply involved in a money laundering scheme and a drug cartel. This is Netflix’s bluish response to Breaking Bad, and here is the second half of the final season. Can the Byrdes finally clip their wings? (Yesterday’s rating: 9)