1.Gilmore Girls- 7 of 7 seasons + A Year in The Life
Is it possible not to love Gilmore Girls? I doubt it! No wonder Gilmore Girls has managed to hold up incredibly well over the years. It’s a great show to watch with a new generation of television viewers, it’s a great show to watch while bingeing on food, and it’s a great show to re-watch many times, like many many times! I would never get sick of it! The relationship between single mother Lorelai and her daughter, Rory, never gets old, if you ask me.
2.Modern Family- 8 of 9 Seasons
Modern Family is the typical comedy show for a quick timeout. One episode only lasts like 15 minutes which makes it perfect to watch the show while eating or to just to take a tiny break from studying. But believe me if I say you will want to watch more than just one. It’s just too funny to stop!
3.13 Reasons Why-1 of 1 Season
13 Reasons Whyhas an intriguing hook: The teenager Hannah takes her own life and leaves behind a suicide note in the form of 13 tapes, each one directed at an individual at least partially responsible for decision to kill herself. The tapes are then passed around to the 13 people, who must deal with the guilt they feel for the role they played in her death, as well as keep their secrets hidden as the contents of the tape threaten to destroy relationships and cost the school millions in an ongoing lawsuit. The drama has come under fire for its heavy subject material, and the reason it’s stirred so much controversy is because it is an honest and unflinching look at teen suicide. It’s a heavy series, especially for one featuring teen characters, but it is also emotionally raw, incredibly compelling, heartbreaking and admirable for at least what it’s trying to do. 13 Reason Why is a haunting and very personal series, and whether it succeeds — or backfires — in its aims will depend largely on the viewer.
4.How to get away with murder- 1 of 4 Seasons
HTGAWM is a lawyer show, maybe compared to Suits not much known but anyway more intense, since in Suits it is more about corporate law. The name How to get away says it all, it is about criminal cases therefore maybe more dramatic.
5.House of Cards- 5 seasons of 5
Netflix’s first major foray into original programming is worth every cent of its $100 million production budget, featuring searing performances, a droll sense of humor, slick writing, engrossing plot-lines, and Kevin Spacey chewing the face off the scenery. The first season is phenomenal, though the second is fat around the middle and begins to wane near the end, the third is straight-up bleak, but the fourth recaptures some of the early season magic when election season rolls around again.
6.Riverdale-1 of 2 Seasons
Riverdale is a dark teen comedy based on characters from the Archie comics. It mixes in elements of a conventional teen drama — romance, small-town life, and the high-school ecosystem — with a compelling, adult murder mystery. The series takes place in a small-town with a 1950s vibe (despite being firmly set in the present) where a high-school teenager is found dead under mysterious circumstances that implicate much of the community as suspects. Riverdale is powered not just by the mystery, but by characters who are instantly likable (Betty, Veronica, and Jughead are all standouts) and easy to invest in. The mystery is so incredibly intriguing that it’s almost impossible not to get wrapped up in it as the storyline guides us through numerous red herrings. It’s a madly addictive series, occasionally campy, and just self-aware enough not to take itself too seriously.
7.How I met your Mother-9 of 9 Seasons
Another up-and-down series that started off as a cute sitcom with a semi-interesting premise then hit its stride for about five seasons, and struggled through its later seasons once the premise had completely run its course and the narrating character became an insufferable douche. Still, even in the later seasons, How I Met Your Mother has enough moments to keep chugging along, if only as background noise. That series finale, on the other hand, ufff. They did not stick the landing.
8.Suits -7 of 7 Seasons
For me one of the best lawyer shows on Netflix. I love the different Characters such as Harvey Specter, who is a handsome and successful lawyer. The focal point of the show follows talented college dropout Mike Ross, who initially works as a law associate for Harvey Specter, despite never actually attending law school. The show focuses on Harvey and Mike managing to close cases while maintaining Mike's secret
9.Dynasty – 1 of 1 Seasons
This show is quite new on Netflix and has therefore only a few episodes for now. But every week there comes a brand-new episode to watch. The show was developed by Josh Schwarz, who also made the OC and Gossip Girl who basically says it all. It is a hella good show with all the drama needed and maybe a little more. Just check it out I assure you, you will love it.
10.Jane the Virgin-3 of 4 Seasons
Based on a Spanish telenovela, Jane the Virgin plays more like a brilliant but genial satire of conventional telenovelas. Gina Rodriguez plays the virgin here, who is impregnated through an accidental artificial insemination. Matters are complicated, however, because she must break the news of her pregnancy to her deeply religious family, as well as her fiancé, with whom she has never had sex. Jane also develops feelings for another man who just so happens to be the baby’s father. It sounds like a premise that could not sustain itself beyond 5 episodes, but the writing is so good and the characters so delightful that Jane never gets bogged down by its premise. It’s a genuinely delightful, heartwarming show, and Gina Rodriguez lights up the screen every second she is on it.