5 Best Ranked TV Shows on Netflix

By Dickson Osas

If Are you looking for the Top 5 TV Shows on Netflix now? Well, you’re in the right place.

Some of you may recall being overwhelmed by the variety at a Blockbuster (or, if you’re cool, your local mom-and-pop video store) on a Friday or Saturday night. Drama or farce? Documentary? Where to start? You may become hopelessly lost going through these aisles while pondering, “Is this the greatest option?”

The same thing currently occurs when you navigate through Netflix; the selections appear endless (and they nearly are, to the point that Netflix’s recently released programs are frequently forgotten!) You should be able to log in and know exactly what you want to watch without wasting time scrolling.

We have selected the top 5 Netflix television series, but this is just the beginning. This page will be updated monthly as Netflix adds and removes new and returning shows.

List of Best Netflix Tv Show

  • The Great British Baking Show
  • Better Call Saul
  • Schitt’s Creek
  • Babylon Berlin
  • Russian Doll

1. The Great British Baking Show

Popular in the UK as The Great British Bake-Off, the show’s success is attributed to the fact that it doesn’t stray into the realm of dramatic melodrama. Contrastingly, to Fox’s Gordon Ramsay-hosted shows, Chopped and even Top Chef, On GBBS, the participants are cheerful, mutually supportive amateurs (although quite talented ones); the worst crisis in any given episode, Judge Paul Hollywood is shown poking his finger into a scone and declaring it “underbaked.” ITV’s Great British Bake-Off (GBBS) has all of the qualities that made BBC’s GBBS one of the most popular shows on television. — Allison Keene and Matt Brennan are the stars of the show.

2. Better Call Saul

In the second season of Breaking Bad, Bob Odenkirk’s appearance as Saul Goodman, a corrupt lawyer, was a surprise for those who had previously enjoyed his work on shows like SNL and Mr. Show. A tragic and hilarious drama with the grandeur of an epic Russian novel was only beginning to unfold before our eyes. Almost impossible, Breaking Bad: The Prequel has succeeded in building on Vince Gilligan’s meth drama’s source material in a dramatic and often sad fashion. And kudos to Odenkirk (and his co-stars Michael McKean, Rhea Seehorn, and Jonathan Banks) for bringing to life the shakiness of a person’s morality, especially when large sums of money are at stake. Rober Ham, author.

3. Schitt’s Creek

Schitt’s Creek’s first two seasons were anchored by former soap star Moira Rose (Catherine O’Hara, Debra Hanson costumes, Dan Levy and his team of writers), the narcissistic matriarch of her privileged family who had been thrown out of their mansion and forced to live in the little town. High-camp catnip, with a wig collection that ranks as the best drama on television, is what she’s all about. Something happened after that. It was at a motel where Johnny (Eugene Levy), her spouse, rediscovers the meaning of life. On the municipal council, Moira secured a seat. As a result of David (Dan Levy) becoming self-employed, he found love and married her. In the end, their daughter Alexis (Annie Murphy) elected to attend community college after completing high school.

Schitt’s Creek’s residents, originally regarded as nothing more than a bunch of naive rubes for coming in the way of the Roses’ efforts to return to their former lives, have become accustomed to dealing with them, in some cases by sharpening their own edges, in Seasons 3, 4, and 5.

4. Babylon Berlin

Babylon Berlin, a brilliant ’20s-set series, explores a significant era in German history through a convoluted but human lens. With the help of a mysterious Cologne detective (Volker Brunch’s Gereon Rath) and an impoverished, ambitious flapper (Liv Lisa Fries’ Charlotte Ritter), this neo-noir dramatizes the complex forces at play in German society and politics during the Weimar Republic… Berlin is a hotspot of clandestine activity due to the impact of Stalin’s ascendancy on Europe and the dissatisfaction of dangerous nationalist parties with the Treaty of Versailles. After a stellar first two seasons, the show’s payout peaks in one of television’s greatest episodes ever (including an outrageous twist you will never see coming).

The first time we see a swastika is in the Season 2 finale, which is a surprise to American viewers.

5. Russian Doll

Russian Doll on Netflix was so incredible that it was nearly impossible to cancel. So if you want to keep Natasha Lyonne, go ahead and renew her contract. Resurrect Amy Poehler. Renew the Leslye Headland. Bring Charlie Barnett back to life. Reinstate the wacky art duo of Rebecca Henderson and Greta Lee as hot mess hipsters ready to spice up any Netflix party. It’s time to bring back Elizabeth Ashley as the no-nonsense therapist, mom (but with a fashionable twist) for all of your Netflix heroes. Keep the sharp, funny women writing and directing sharp, funny women. Refresh your locks with a new shampoo and conditioner. Russian Doll is such a brambly achievement of black humor, macabre malaise, and existential optimism because of everything; it needs to be renewed.

Final Verdict

If you’re looking for the most popular shows on Netflix on a daily basis, you’ll have to do some digging to locate the trending list that the streaming service launched this year. That’s why we’re here: to make it easier for you.