The 8 Best Shows to Stream on Netflix Right Now

The Crown (2016 - 2023)

A captivating, artistic account of Queen Elizabeth's reign. The Crown covers politics, family, and royal marriages, including Charles and Diana's. The show has great casting over all six seasons, outstanding writing, and captivating stories that make viewers feel something

Breaking Bad (2008 - 2013)

Breaking Bad ranks among the top TV shows of all time due to its intriguing plot, vibrant characters, and shocking plot twists. After being diagnosed with cancer and worried about his family, high school chemistry teacher Walter White cooks meth.

Peaky Blinders (2013 - 2022)

Peaky Blinders follows Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy) and his family's post-World War I English gang. The gang rules Birmingham, but Shelby wants to rise beyond the streets. This show's engaging premise and outstanding casting sell it.

Black Mirror (2011 - Present)

Black Mirror depicts a dystopian society ruled by technology and "advancements." Each single episode depicts an intriguing and often scary vision of our increasingly computerized life. 

The Good Place (2016 - 2020)

This program is amusing and witty, but it will make you rethink life and what's "good" or "bad." The show's Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell) finds herself in the Good Place after death. However, she discovers she's there by accident.

Suits (2011 - 2019)

Suits became Netflix's most-watched acquired series in 2023, proving its brilliance. (Now-Duchess Meghan Markle, who portrays paralegal Rachel Zane, may have contributed.) Netflix only has the first eight seasons. For the ninth and final season, visit Peacock. 

One Day (2024)

The heartbreaking adaptation of David Nicholls' novel One Day follows Emma Morley (Ambika Mod) and Dexter Mayhew (Leo Woodall) as they reunite on the same day 20 years later. This unusual storytelling device will make you think about time and relationships and touch your heart.

Squid Game (2021 - Present)

When it aired, this thriller was all the rage, and rightly so. Hundreds of desperate cash-strapped folks play survival games. If you can tolerate the weird and violent themes, this show is captivating.