10. The Good Doctor.
The Good Doctor follows Dr. Shaun Murphy, a surgical resident with autism and savant syndrome, as he navigates medical challenges and biases in a hospital setting.
9. Sex Education.
Sex Education centers on Otis, a teenager with a sex therapist mother, who teams up with a classmate to offer sex advice to fellow students, dealing with their own issues along the way.
“You” is a psychological thriller series that explores the dark obsessions and actions of Joe Goldberg as he becomes dangerously fixated on the people he’s infatuated with.
7. Seven Seconds.
Seven Seconds delves into the aftermath of a black teenager’s accidental death caused by a white police officer, sparking a complex web of racial tensions and cover-ups.
6. House Of Cards.
House of Cards is a political drama chronicling the ruthless ambitions of Frank Underwood as he manipulates his way through Washington, D.C.’s corridors of power.
5. The Good Place.
The Good Place humorously follows Eleanor Shellstrop in the afterlife, where she navigates moral dilemmas and philosophical questions about what it means to be a good person.
4. Sense 8.
Sense8″ revolves around eight individuals from around the world who are psychically connected, exploring their shared abilities and the challenges they face.
Friends is a classic sitcom focusing on the lives, friendships, and comedic escapades of six friends living in New York City.
Archer is an animated series following the hilarious and often absurd adventures of Sterling Archer, a suave but dysfunctional spy.
1. Stranger Things.
Stranger Things combines supernatural mysteries and 1980s nostalgia as a group of kids encounters supernatural forces in their small town.