Top 10 Must Watch Netflix Series Of All Time

Top 10 Must Watch Netflix Series Of All Time

January of 2022 will mark 15 years of Netflix and its streaming services. Online streaming services have come very far in the last 15 years especially Netflix. If you are someone who loves watching online tv-series and would like know make a list of what to watch in your me-time or with your family or on a date, we have got you covered.

Here’s a look at the 10 most-watched Netflix series, that you must watch.

10. 'Sweet Tooth' (Season 1)

Number of Seasons: 1

Release Date: June 4, 2021

Number of Hours Viewed: 60 million

Sweet Tooth is based on Jeff Lemire’s acclaimed graphic novel of the same name which cracked the Top 10, but you shouldn’t be surprised. The show has everything going for it, the child-parent relationships and children with horns, it is set in a post-apocalyptic world. It’s an amazingly told fantasy that folks couldn’t help but wrap their eyeballs around and still relate knowing it isn't real.

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9. 'The Queen’s Gambit'

Number of Seasons: 1

Release Date: Oct. 23, 2020

Number of Hours Viewed: 62 million

The Queen’s Gambit is a miniseries, based on Walter Tevis’ 1983 novel of the same name, it had a number of things going for it most of which involved Anya Taylor-Joy and how the cinematographers made her look so exquisite and intriguing. She’s been a force for fans of horror films, known as quite the scream queen, but she’s also just that awfully good and helped magnify this series (and the game of chess) to new heights within a month of its premiere.

8. 'Tiger King' (Season 1)

Number of Seasons: 1

Release Date: March 20, 2020

Number of Hours Viewed: 64 million

Netflix unleashed this intoxicating tale of can't be recognised tiger owners and everyone watched in surprise. The series is a docu-series and inspired multiple companies to come up with their own takes on this sober American tale, which had the right amount of intrigue and insanity to keep folks occupied (also meme-worthy).

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7. 'Money Heist' (Part 4)

Number of Seasons: 5

Release Date: April 3, 2020

Number of Hours Viewed: 65 million

Money Heist is one of those if you know you know series. Praised worldwide for its ability to mix a complex plot with deep storytelling and major dramatics, Money Heist is one of the best examples of proper word of mouth promotion. Lucky for you, if you’re new, there is more than enough to go watch money heist.

6. 'Stranger Things 3'

Number of Seasons: 3

Release Date: July 4, 2019

Number of Hours Viewed: 67 million

Honestly, you could talk about Stranger Things 3 specifically getting onto this list up to actual hype. Season 2 of Stranger Things debuted in October of 2017; that was a long hiatus between seasons, and with the series already being one of the flags bearing shows for quality over at Netflix, it wasn't surprising for it to perform well.

5. 'Sex/Life' (Season 1)

Number of Seasons: 1

Release Date: June 25, 2021

Number of Hours Viewed: 67 million

Sex/Life may have landed onto this list simply by being a unique series. We don’t regularly get to see female-led series showing the lead going through a mid-life crisis. Critics hated it (it’s sitting at 23 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes) as did viewers (who only gave it 34 per cent), but Netflix concludes people were watching it. It’s already received its second season renewal as well, so this story is far from over.

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4. 'The Witcher' (Season 1)

Number of Seasons: 1

Release Date: Dec. 20, 2019

Number of Hours Viewed: 76 million

This show, based on a book series that also released a popular video game franchise, had a lot going for it. The mentioned built-in fanbase aside, the series also stole away Superman, with Henry Cavill being the “witcher” in this series. With Season 2 of The Witcher hitting Netflix on Dec. 17 and Season 3 already in the plans, we could see a Witcher party.

3. 'Lupin' (Season 1)

Number of Seasons: 2

Release date: Jan. 8, 2021

Number of Hours Viewed: 76 million

One of 2021’s earliest hits was Part 1 of Lupin, which was not only one of the most critically acclaimed series of the year but also marked the first time a French series hit the Top 10 on Netflix in the United States. Simply put, this feels like word of mouth about an amazing series and an excellent tale into an important win for Netflix.

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2. 'Bridgerton' (Season 1)

Number of Seasons: 1

Release Date: Dec. 25, 2020

Number of Hours Viewed: 82 million

Hollywood usually saves its most epic feature films for holiday season releases, and with COVID-19 still keeping many homes, it made sense that Netflix would release this period drama on the people yet. We’re not sure anyone expected the series that made Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor some of the freshest faces in Hollywood.

1. 'Squid Game' (Season 1)

Number of Seasons: 1

Release Date: Sept. 17, 2021

Number of Hours Viewed: 142 million

Squid Game currently stands alone at the top. While these viewership records normally cover the first four weeks, none of these series has shot up as Squid Game has. It is the first Korean series to top Netflix’s global most-viewed chart, with 111 million viewers tuning in over the first 17 days the series was available (with that number jumping to 142 million 11 days later).

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