Can't decide on what to watch? These Netflix Canada shows are all being raved about on Twitter and topping the charts on the streaming platform. You can get your fill of drama, docuseries, and even some wild social experiments.

As we near our way into April, you can look forward to the new Netflix Canada releases coming your way. Fresh documentaries, reality series, and even some comforting throwbacks are in store. 

Thankfully, Disney+ Canada and Crave have loads of new content coming in April too. 

If you can't wait until then, these brand new series that viewers highly recommend will take you a day or two to binge-watch and are sure to blow you away. 

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness 

Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes 

There's a reason this shocking docuseries is in first place on both Canada's top 10 and top TV shows on Netflix right now.  The seven-part series just dropped on Friday and viewers quickly raved about it online. Many are calling it totally "wild," as the docuseries follows the lives of large cat breeders who will go to any extent to protect their sanctuaries. As the title suggests, there's murder plots, drugs, and tons of drama involved.

100 Humans 

Rating: 5.8/10 on IMDb

This reality TV series earned itself ninth place in the top 10 in the Great White North and sixth in top TV shows on Netflix. The show focuses on 100 participants from various genders, ages, and backgrounds as they complete experiments regarding age, sex, and happiness. 

Self Made: Inspired By The Life Of Madam C.J. Walker

Rating: 65% on Rotten Tomatoes

Though it's only been out less than a week, this four-part series based on the real-life of Madam C. J. Walker has already won viewers' hearts. Octavia Spencer stars as Sarah Breedlove, a young black woman who sets out to create a hair growth product for other girls like her. Her success ends up making her the first self-made millionaire ever. The series is in third place overall and second place in top TV shows in Canada.

The English Game

Rating: 50% on Rotten Tomatoes 

This British series based on a true story is set in the 1870s and follows two footballers who reach across the class divide to unite over the sport they love. It's currently in eighth place in the top TV shows in the True North, and Twitter users say you don't need an interest in soccer to enjoy the miniseries.

Dare Me 

Rating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Currently in seventh place overall for Canucks and fourth place for top TV shows, this teen drama series is captivating many users looking for a thrilling ride. The show follows a high school cheerleader looking to get revenge on her cheer squad who kicked her out. It's the perfect mix of Cheer and Pretty Little Liars. 

The Letter For The King 

Rating: 53% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Get your adrenaline pumping with this action-adventure series following a knight in training tasked with the quest to deliver a message to the king. However, the catch is that the fate of the kingdom lies in his hands. The brand new series is in sixth place in today's most-watched content on Netflix Canada and third place in TV shows. 

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