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10.Rita: Rita is a comedy-drama about a firm, unapologetic high-school teacher in her 40s, living, and teaching in rural Denmark. It’s a great show to watch as someone who has no relation to Denmark because the way topics of sex, family, and personal life vs. professional life make it culturally fascinating. There is a lot to learn but a lot to enjoy as well.
9. Kim’s Convenience: Kim’s Convenience is about the Korean-Canadian experience, but it also feels geared towards a Korean-Canadian audience. It’s authentic, refreshing, and, most importantly, funny. There are many other exciting themes, such as his daughter’s pressured to find a “cool Christian Korean boyfriend” and insisting that those words don’t go together.
8. Money Heist: Netflix recently gave its users sneak peek for the show on the way from the creators of money heist. What is the series all about?
Smart, suspenseful, original, and just all-around a perfect show. Money Heist about a gang who embarks on the biggest heist in history not just in their country of Spain but everywhere. Led by an enigmatic character only known as The Professor, the rest of the gang adopts city names: Tokyo, Rio, Helsinki, Nairobi, etc. Their roles in the heist are as different as their personalities and approach to relationships. It is a fantastic show, and one of the best if not the best heist TV shows ever made.
7.Rilakkuma and Kaoru: Rilakkuma and Kaoru are the perfect mixes of cute and profound that you’d expect from a Japanese show about a woman living with teddy-bear roommates. The first episode is about cherry blossoms, but really, it’s about loneliness.
6. schitt’s Creek: A wealthy family has to cope with the sudden loss of their fortune and relocation to a dreary town that the father once purchased as a joke. Their life changes, but their expectations of life don’t. Expect the undemanding, easy hilariousness of reality television.
5.Flowers: Olivia Colman stars in this crazy comedy about an unusual family of intellectuals living in the English countryside. Colman plays Deborah Flowers, the mother of the family and a music teacher. She’s struggling in her marriage to her miserable and unfaithful husband, Maurice (played so well by Julian Barratt). Together they live with a Japanese butler who barely speaks English and their adult twin children who are always on the verge of killing each other.
4. Explained: This may well be Netflix’s first successful attempt at a traditional weekly television show, a brief and well-made set of videos on topics ranging from the wealth gap to monogamy to cryptocurrency. The idea is decidedly not unique.
3. Rectify: Rectify is an incredible show about the emotional journey one man takes upon his release from death row after 19 years. The acting, direction, and soundtrack of this series is unparalleled. While it does tackle some pretty intense topics like the death penalty, corruption, spirituality, and more, the show’s primary focus is exploring a story of a much more intimate nature.
2. Godless: Violent, very Western, and in a breath of fresh air female. Godless is a show about strong bad-ass women that govern their town in the late 1800s. Roy Goode is their visitor, an outlaw chased by another, much worse outlaw, Frank Griffin. If you love Westerns but find them too predictable, this show made for you.
1. Trapped: Trapped is one of the best TV shows ever made. The plot is simple: a cop tries to solve a murder before a storm arrives, but the way it gets stretched is exceptional and can only compare to Scandinavian classics like The Hunt, The Guilty, or Headhunters. And the fact that Trapped is from Iceland adds a more chilling twist to the Scandinavian thriller genre.
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