10 Great Shows to Start With Netflix India


10. Peaky Blinders 

Peaky Blinders

Among the most under appreciated actors around today, Cillian Murphy plays Tommy Shelby in Peaky Blinders. Shelby is a World War I veteran who leads a gang that’s being tracked by Winston Churchill, who in the period the show depicts is a government official.



9. Twinsters

Twinsters

Twinsters takes the Kumbh ka mela separation trope to whole new levels of real and emotional. Samantha Futerman and Anaïs Bordier are identical twins living on different continents unaware of each other’s existence, until one happens to watch a video featuring the other.


8. Bojack Horseman

Bojack Horseman

It took a while for Bojack Horseman to come into its own. With the second season, however, the animated show has really hit its stride.

The story of the half-horse, half-man former 90s sitcom celebrity is a bit out there, but manages to provide some profound moments amidst the oddities.


7. Narcos


Narcos

For Breaking Bad fans, it may not be easy to get into another show about drugs, but Narcos is well worth risking loyalties for. Pablo Escobar was a fascinating and daring man, and this Netflix miniseries on him exudes the very same qualities.

There have and will be many attempts to portray the Colombian drug lord on film, but it will be hard to match the intensity and depth Narcos achieves.


6. Best Of Enemies


Best Of Enemies

ABC’s airing of the 1968 debates between William F. Buckley Jr. and Gore Vidal changed not just its own flagging fortunes at the time, but news broadcasting on the whole forever.
Happily for the makers of this documentary, the archival footage of exchanges between the 


Democrat and Republican ideologues is riveting in itself.
Primetime television is teeming with political pundits, so it’s definitely interesting to witness their origins.



5. Master Of None


Master Of None


Dev from Master of None is a Brooklyn transplant looking for love, an acting gig, and really good tacos in New York. The show focuses primarily on his search for love.

On the way there’s many laughs to be had, along with an interesting perspective on relationships in the age of the dating app.

The Aziz Ansari-starrer is unexpectedly profound, managing to elevate the romantic comedy genre to more than the cloying fare we’re used to.


4. Finders Keepers


Finders Keepers


Simply put, Finders Keepers is about a dispute between two men over an amputated leg. One of them is the former biological proprietor of the limb, while the other is the man who owns the article in which the leg was found.

The squabble elevates enough that it reaches the court of TV’s Judge Mathis. Needless to say, that documentary writes itself.



3. Jessica Jones


Jessica Jones


Daredevil was an auspicious beginning to the era of the Marvel series on Netflix. Jessica Jones managed to maintain, if not augment, the momentum Daredevil managed to garner for Marvel.

Krysten Ritter delivers a career best performance as the mean-spirited P.I who’s as anti-hero as the term gets. There’s a lot of raw and graphic scenes, but none of it feels gratuitous.

If you’ve been hoping to go on the fabled Netflix binge, Marvel’s Jessica Jones would be a great starting point.


2. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt


Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt


Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is about a woman who’s forced to begin her life anew after being saved from the subterranean bunker she had been convinced to occupy for 15 years.

Though that seems like the makings of a jaded, potentially unhinged individual, Kimmy Schmidt is anything but.

The undying enthusiasm and endearing naivete of the lead character are fodder for a number of awkward, often hilarious social situations. Also keep a watch for the fruity landlady and flamboyant roommate.


1. Making a Murderer 


Making a Murderer


Do not I repeat, DO NOT   hit play on the first episode of Making a Murderer unless you have a solid ten hours to spare.

The legal drama on the trial and conviction of Steven Avery is equal parts gripping and nightmarish, and manages to expose serious flaws in the American criminal justice system.

A fresh appeal has been filed in the case, so there will be follow up to do once you’re done with the 10-part documentary.
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