Beat the heat! If you're looking for something new to watch, the top rated shows on Netflix need to be on your radar. Not only are these options highly rated, but they're also super compact, so you can make it through the entire series in one sitting.\nNo matter if you're a reality TV fiend, looking to dig deep into some true crime, or want to get wrapped up in some action-packed superhero adventures, Netflix has everything you need for a successful day of streaming.\nThe streamer also has tons of new and exciting titles set to release throughout the month of July, so if you happen to conquer this list, it won't be long before you've found more content to enjoy.\nUnsolved Mysteries\nRating: 80% on Rotten Tomatoes\nEach episode of Unsolved Mysteries unravels a different case as told by the people who experienced the traumatic events themselves. The hope is that one of the viewers will provide information that cracks the long-standing mysteries.\nThe original series aired from 1987 until 2010, and now Netflix is reviving it a decade later.\nWarrior Nun\nRating: 81% on Rotten Tomatoes\nWarrior Nun follows an orphaned teen who wakes up in a morgue only to discover that she now has superpowers.\nAs the designated Halo-Bearer for a secret sect of demon-hunting nuns, she has a lot of new responsibilities on her shoulders.\nNever Have I Ever\nRating: 90% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAn Indian-American teen is ready to take on the world after experiencing a particularly traumatic year. Unfortunately, her family, friends, and feelings and proving to make life more difficult than anticipated.\nNever Have I Ever was recently renewed for a second season on Netflix.\nLenox Hill\nRating: 99% on Rotten Tomatoes\nStep behind the walls of New York's Lenox Hill Hospital, and meet the doctors who are renowned for saving the lives of thousands.\nThe Netflix original consists of just nine episodes, so you can binge-watch in a breeze!\nWhen They See Us\nRating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes\nBased on the true story of the Central Park Five — a group of Black men who were falsely accused of brutally attacking a woman in New York.\nWhen They See Us stars Jharrel Jerome, Freddy Miyares, Felicity Huffman, and Joshua Jackson.\nThe Umbrella Academy\nRating: 86% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAfter their father's tragic death, a group of estranged superhero siblings find themselves reunited in hopes of taking down a major threat.\nSeason two of The Umbrella Academy hits Netflix on July 31.