If you're unsure whether you should start watching that new show you've had your eye on, the best way to get an honest review is to see what other people are saying about it online. Most recently, The Witcher on Netflix Canada has been catching a lot of people's attention and stealing the limelight from other popular shows.\nAlthough the streaming service tends to keep a lot of its data under wraps, one really good way to see how a show is fairing on Netflix is to check out its rating on sites like IMDb or Rotten Tomatoes.\nFor a very long time, Stranger Things held Netflix's top spot on IMDb with a rating of 8.8/10. The latest season of the show was streamed by over 40 million accounts in its first four days.\nOther Netflix originals with the same score include House of Cards, Peaky Blinders, Narcos, and Black Mirror.\nWhen the platform released The Witcher last Wednesday though, Stranger Things kissed the top spot goodbye as Henry Cavill's role as Geralt earned the show an 8.9/10 on IMDb.\nThe new series also beat out Stranger Things on Rotten Tomatoes, earning an audience score of 92%, just a bit higher than the aforementioned's 91% score.\nView this post on Instagram The Continent awaits. A post shared by The Witcher (@witchernetflix) on Nov 20, 2019 at 9:30am PST\nWhat's unique about The Witcher is that it's based on a series of books, which then led to a video game, which finally led to the development of this new Netflix Original.\nPeople have compared the series to Game of Thrones, not only because of its medieval setting but also because of its twisted storylines that will have you hooked from the very first episode.\nView this post on Instagram Death comes for all of us, eventually. The only way to cheat it is to have a legacy. A post shared by The Witcher (@witchernetflix) on Jul 1, 2019 at 6:57am PDT\nAnother big project coming from the streaming platform this month is the highly anticipated second season of You, a chilling thriller about a romance gone wrong.\nThe Witcher may have just come out less than a week ago, but Netflix has already confirmed that it's getting a second season. You can watch the trailer for the show below.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.