They all have a score of 86% or more. 🍿
Stop wasting your free time trying to figure out what to watch next. Here are eight new shows on Netflix that are highly-rated and worth binging tonight.
No matter what genre you love to stream, we have some exciting releases worth checking out.
All the series below have gotten a score of 86-100% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Why You Need To Watch It: The post-apocalyptic series is about a child with deer antlers who searches for a fresh start. It is based on comic books and produced by Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey.
Why You Need To Watch It: If you loved watching the master thief series Lupin, then it is time to get excited. Part two of season one is out on Netflix.
High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America
Why You Need To Watch It: This documentary is filled with mouthwatering food as it explores how many popular dishes in America originated in Africa.
Who Killed Sara?
Why You Need To Watch It: You can binge season two of this thriller that will leave you at the edge of your seat. It is about a woman framed for her sister's murder.
Why You Need To Watch It: You'll have a hell of a good time as you binge Lucifer season five part two, which picks up after the shocking cliffhanger.
Why You Need To Watch It: It's a dark anime about the Belmont clan, who tries to save the world from Dracula. Even if you've never played the video games it's based on, you'll enjoy the fantastic story and visuals.
The Kominsky Method
Why You Need To Watch It: Season three of this Emmy nominated series is out and will keep you laughing all night.
Why You Need To Watch It: Ryan O'Connell stars in this uplifting comedy based on his memoir I'm Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves.
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