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Netflix top series to watch 
1. Emily in Paris
Emily in Paris's season 2 has finally aired on Netflix after a two-year wait. And, given how well-received the first bunch of episodes were by audiences (albeit not by critics), it's no surprise that fans have been looking forward to the next chapter in Emily Cooper's story (Lily Collins).
Obviously, this isn't the type of intelligent or amusing entertainment that a lot of Netflix members are looking for. It's the ideal type of TV show for rom-com or comedy-drama enthusiasts, especially around the Christmas season, when many Netflix members have time on their hands and want to feel all warm and cosy inside.

2. The Silent Sea
The Silent Sea is based on Choi Hang-yong's 2014 novel The Sea of Tranquility and takes place in the near future when a food and water scarcity forces a group of astronauts to journey to the moon to rescue a strange sample from an abandoned research station. 
Fans of the Squid Game will know Gong Yoo as Han Yoon-jae, the co-protagonist of The Silent Sea. The parallels between The Silent Sea and Netflix's most popular program may end there, but its latest South Korean export is an intriguing and frightening sci-fi thriller that is well worth seeing. Yes, it has that usual dystopian and scary flair, but it's a fun TV show to watch if science fiction is your favourite genre.

3. Cobra Kai
Last year, Netflix purchased the rights to the Karate Kid extension TV show Cobra Kai, which had previously been a YouTube original, and transformed it into a blockbuster hit. After being beaten by Danny LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) 34 years ago, Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) reopens the Cobra Kai dojo to educate a new generation of youths on how to fight. This reignites Johnny and Danny's old grudge, and the plot thickens from there.
If you like the Karate Kid, you'll enjoy this program, and both of the stars are surprisingly fit considering they're in their fifties and executing battle stunts. Season 3 recently came out, so you've got a lot to catch up on — it's one of the latest and greatest Netflix shows recently.

4. Squid game : Squid Game is Netflix's most popular TV show of all time, smashing all kinds of records in 2021 and ensuring that future ventures will have to put in a massive effort to even come close to challenging it. This South Korean drama depicts a group of indebted individuals who are invited to take part in a strange survival game by director Hwang Dong-hyuk.
Squid Game is a survival drama blockbuster in 2021, and as of November 2021, it was Netflix's most-watched series, with 1.65 billion viewing hours in just four weeks. It's about a dangerous game in which 465 people from all walks of life are confined at a hidden location in dire need of money. They participate in this deadly game to win $45.6 billion. Every round is similar to a traditional Korean children's game such as Red Light, Green Light, except that losing results in death. What is the purpose of this game, and who will emerge victoriously?
 
5. Lost in Space
Lost in Space season 2 was released on Netflix two years ago, so fans of the TV program have been waiting a long time for the next chapter. There's never been a better time to watch all three seasons of the current adaptation of the classic 1965 TV series than now, with its third and final season finally being published on the streaming giant.
The Robinson family is chosen as part of a mission to settle a new planet in 2046, 2 years after a horrific disaster nearly wipes off civilization. That is until their spaceship's hull is damaged by an alien robot, and they, along with their other pioneers, crash land on a foreign Earth, where they must adapt to this tough, unfamiliar environment.
Seasons 1 and 2 of Lost in Space were both well-received, so the third season should be just as entertaining. Don’t be surprised that there will be lots of science fiction, drama, and underappreciated humour throughout the movies.


Top series to watch on Hulu
1. Letterkenny 
Letterkenny, directed by Jared Keeso and set in the remote, rural town of Letterkenny (populated entirely by hicks, skids, hockey players, and Christians), follows a group of hicks. Their lifestyles and interactions with the town's other eccentrics are the focus of the show. It's a sitcom steeped in Canadian culture, with plenty of slang, but even those who aren't familiar with the lingo will enjoy the show's deadpan wit.
 
2. Dragons: The Nine Realms
This original series, produced in collaboration with Peacock, is set in the same scenario as How To Train Your Dragon, but it actually occurs 1,300 years in the future, in present times. Dragons are currently only found in stories, myths, and legends. When a rift in the Earth opens up, a gang of misfit kids discovers the dragons' secret base, they do everything they can to keep it hidden. It's a fun, exciting watch for the whole family for lovers of the franchise.
 
3. Bloods
Fans enjoy sitcoms about mismatched couples, and Sky1's British sitcom Bloods, which was recently acquired by Hulu for exclusive streaming rights in the United States, does a fantastic job with it. With a second season already in the works, Maleek, a loner who thinks he's the bee's knees, is paired with Wendy, a happy-go-lucky, overly exuberant, recently divorced woman. While Maleek is first irritated by having to work with this lady he despises every day, they eventually understand that it's all about the job, and they need one another more than they know.
 
4. The Good Doctor
While some criticize the representation of autism and the overblown and gimmicky narratives that occasionally follow this medical drama, Freddie Highmore's performance is praised. Dr. Shaun Murphy (Freddie Highmore) is an autistic genius who works as a surgical resident. His extraordinary abilities and abilities come with their own set of challenges. The show follows Shaun's development as a person as he seeks to put his tragic past behind him, as well as the staff's learning to deal with Shaun's odd abilities.
 
5. Only Murders in the Building
This is a buddy comedy about three strangers, played by Steve Martin (also the show's co-creator), Martin Short, and Selena Gomez, who band together due to their shared interest in real crime. When they're truly into this, however, things get a little complicated. The series was immediately praised for its charming lead characters as well as the "hilarious and insightful" story that parodies society's obsession with the sad genre. Tina Fey, Nathan Lane, and Sting are all set to participate in cameo roles.


Top series to watch on Series2watch website
1. Modern love
This series, which premiered in 2019 and has an outstanding cast of A-list stars in the first two seasons (eight episodes each), was inspired by a New York Times weekly column. The series follows a group of New York City residents as they deal with the challenges of finding and sustaining love in today's world. The half-hour episodes of the series feature Kit Harington, Anna Paquin, Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey, Andy Garca, Dev Patel, John Slattery, Catherine Keener, Cristin Milioti, Sofia Boutella, Ed Sheeran, and Judd Hirsch, among others.
 
2. Doctor Who
This long-running British science fiction programme, which was produced by the BBC in 1963, has found a new home on HBO Max. It is based on The Doctor's experiences as a Time Lord who travels through time in the TARDIS spaceship to help humanity. The Doctor has been played by 13 different actors since he is an extraterrestrial who may take on human features. The most recent iteration is Jodie Whittaker, who has been playing The Doctor since 2018. The relaunched series started in 2005, and episodes from the first season are available to view online.
 
3. The Big Bang Theory
After 12 seasons of success, this sitcom came to an end in 2019, and HBO reportedly paid $425 million for exclusive rights to the CBS show. You may experience the social development of four nerdy mates as they meet the gorgeous waitress and want-to-be actor next door and expand their walled circle by watching all four seasons. The ensemble cast was among the highest-paid television performers in the show's final years, with each actor getting $1 million per episode. The witty humour and superb chemistry among the characters were unaffected by the technical jargon that dominated most of the challenging conversation; you don’t have to be an astronomer or engineer to enjoy the series' appeal.
 
4. Sherlock 
Benedict Cumberbatch plays Sherlock Holmes in this popular series based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective series of the same name. Reviewers and fans alike have lauded the program, which was co-produced by BBC and WGBH in Boston for PBS Masterpiece. The show has won three Primetime Emmys, including Outstanding Lead Actor for Cumberbatch.
 
5. Friends
When Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, and Lisa Kudrow played Joey, Rachel, Ross, Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe in "Friends" respectively, it was television magic. The show was nominated for 62 Primetime Emmy Awards and won the Outstanding Comedy Series in 2002, making it one of the most popular comedies of all time. All of the cast members went on to have successful careers in television and film, as well as the short-lived spinoff "Joey." In 2021, HBO Max will air a long-awaited "Friends" reunion special starring the original cast.


Top series to watch on Halloween
1. I Know What You Did Last Summer
This horror series features a group of youngsters with a sinister secret, based on the novel by Lois Duncan and the horror film franchise of the same name. High school seniors kill someone by accident on their graduation night. They attempt to conceal their murder by agreeing not to expose their crime to anyone. However, a year later, they are pursued by a mysterious killer who makes it plain that he knows what they did that tragic summer. Madison Iseman, Brianne Tju, Ezekiel Goodman, Ashley Moore, Sebastian Amoruso, Fiona Rene, Cassie Beck, Brooke Bloom, and Bill Heck feature in this suspenseful murder mystery.
 
2. Midnight Mass
The show revolves around a little island village that is cut off from the rest of the world. The darker components emerge when supernatural happenings begin to occur inside the society, leading to a dark mystery. Zach Gilford, Kate Siegel, Hamish Linklater, Annabeth Gish, Michael Trucco, Samantha Sloyan, and Henry Thomas are among the cast members of the program.
 
3. Hellraiser
The Hellraiser series follows Clive Barker's gruesome and shocking adventures of flesh and souls, which started with the legendary and cruel horror classic of the same name. The wicked villain Pinhead and his nefarious Cenobites pals chase and seduce the living, drawing them into their dark prisons of horrible and disgusting tortures, continuing the zombie legend. Mark Verheiden (Battlestar Galactica) and Michael Dougherty (Battlestar Galactica) are the screenwriters behind this horror series (Godzilla: King of the Monsters).
 
4. 30 coins
Padre Vergara (Eduard Fernández), an exorcist, boxer, and ex-convict, is exiled while being hunted by demonic powers. The demons track him down to a little Spanish town. As the demons grow stronger by the day, he begins to rely on the mayor's town inhabitants and a veterinarian to battle such supernatural power. In this eerie supernatural narrative of faith being tested, dark sorcery and horrific creatures from hell eventually come upon him.
 
5. The Haunting of Bly Manor
Based on Henry James' 1898 book The Turn of the Screw, this gothic thriller follows Dani (Victoria Pedretti), a young au pair on her way to look after her family's rural estate. In such an outdated and stuffy style, she's prepared for a fairly boring visit. What she didn't expect was to be haunted by ghostly apparitions who gave her the most terrifying of hallucinations. This horror series, directed by Mike Flanagan (Doctor Sleep), stars Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Amelia Eve, T'Nia Miller, Rahul Kohli, and Tahirah Sharif.


Top series to watch on Christmas
1. The Claus Family
Jules Claus (Mo Bakker) despises Christmas, especially now that his father has passed away. When Jules discovers that his grandfather (Jan Decleir) is actually Santa Claus, he is burdened with the arduous duty of assisting him in delivering gifts all across the world. Jules must also maintain the lineage, as his father is no longer the second choice to the position of Santa Claus.
 
2. Love Hard
Natalie (Nina Dobrev) is a LA journalist on the lookout for the perfect match until she meets Tag (Darren Barnet) through a dating app. She realizes she was catfished by Tag's childhood best friend Josh (Jimmy O. Yang) as she prepares to surprise him during the holiday season. Natalie agrees to pretend to be dating Josh until Christmas in the hopes of reconnecting with the real Tag.
 
3. Father Christmas Is Back
Four sisters (Elizabeth Hurley, Nathalie Cox, Caroline Quentin, and Talulah Riley) with distinct personalities reconnect for the Christmas vacation in this comedy set in Yorkshire. Little did they realize that their long-lost father, who went missing at Christmas years ago, would show up at their family gathering with his American girlfriend, causing even more mayhem.
 
4. Christmas Flow
Marcus (Tayc) is a rapper who is noted for his outspoken lyrics. As a result, Lila (Shirine Boutella) dislikes him from the moment she sees him on the metro. However, after Marcus leaves with the erroneous gift, they are forced to meet again, resulting in an unexpected relationship.
 
5. Blown Away: Christmas
Five of the competition's most popular glassblowers are back to the hot factory for a new season, and they must complete some Christmas-themed challenges. The prize consists of a $10,000 cash prize and a $10,000 donation to the winner's chosen charity.
 

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