Top Netflix Originals You Need to Re-watch

Netflix, as a streaming platform not only houses the most popular shows in multiple languages from the world, but it also creates its flagship series and movies, which are only stream-able on Netflix. Designed for all age groups, such as children, teens, and adults, and made in various genres such as romance, horror, flicks, and so on, some of these originals are cinematic masterpieces.

We have created a list of the best Netflix originals to date based on reviews and ratings, and you only need two things to view them. One, a Netflix account (there is a free one-month trial!), and a good internet connection to watch the shows in HD quality. If you do not have the latter, the series will keep on buffering, being stuck and pixelated and the entire experience of watching the show will be ruined.

Therefore, it is vital to invest in an internet plan with great speed and reliable service, so that nothing interrupts your watch. If you are looking for a high-speed internet provider, check out CenturyLink Internet as it offers incredible internet speeds, unlimited internet data, and most importantly 24/7 customer support. Therefore, in case something goes wrong with your internet connection, the CenturyLink customer service number is just a dial away to resolve your network issues. With that said, let us discuss the best Netflix Originals that you can watch on the internet today:

Orange Is the New Black

This show is set in women’s prison and based on the real-life experience of an inmate who was inside the bars for smuggling in drugs with her girlfriend, who she ends up falling for within the prison boundaries whilst being engaged to a loving person, who later cheats on her with her best friend outside the prison. Confused? Don’t be because the series is a tremendously great watch and carries multiple stories of inmates simultaneously to keep you on the edge of your seat!

Rating: 9/10

You

Forget about ghosts, ghouls, and witches – this man who works in a bookstore has the looks of an innocent and perfect boyfriend, is a stalker turned serial killer who will do anything for love – that is until he meets a woman just as psychotic as him, who will do anything for him. Psst…! Season 3 is out now and Netflix has approved season 4 already.

Rating: 10/10

Dynasty

Imagine having a filthy rich father who everyone knows about, a mother who is way out of the picture, but a stepmother who is slowly slithering her way in, a gay brother, and having an affair with your chauffeur. Yes, that is the life of a rich diva and heir to her father’s money, or is she?

Rating: 8/10

The White Tiger

A movie based on the book with our favorite Indian sensation Priyanka Chopra. The tale, narrated in English but based in India, is told by a young man who aimed of becoming the driver of a rich man one day and once he does, he realizes how difficult and demanding the job is – so much so, that he is being framed for a murder he did not commit.

Rating: 7.5/10

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

A Netflix original with three parts, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before series follow the story of Lara Jean – a Korean girl who lives with her father and sister and writes letters to men each time she falls for one. Her sister ends up posting those letters and then the movie takes an interesting twist from there. The last movie is for all the children trying to get into their favorite colleges – as it is on how Lara Jean does not make it to Stanford, but still lives her best life.

Rating: 8/10

Enola Holmes

We all know about Sherlock Holmes, but do you know about Enola Holmes – a girl, rather un-lady-like, but skilled and determined to find her missing mother with superb detective skills like her brother – Sherlock. This movie is great for a family weekend together!

Rating: 10/10

The Haunting of Hill House

Calling all horror fans! Based on the bestselling novel, The Haunting of Hill House as being told by the writer who himself experienced the ghostly presence in the house with his siblings that drove his mother to the brick of suicide, made his little brother a drug addict and a sister into someone who hallucinates, is truly a great watch.

Rating: 10/10

Grace and Frankie

With a unique turn of events, this show features the story of two best friends with opposite personalities who grow old together and their husbands are very close too – in fact, so close that after spending most of their life, they come clean to their wives about being queer – and that too for each other. They end up moving in together and the show, which was originally set to be a comedy – is a roller coaster of emotions.

Rating: 10/10

Too Hot to Handle

Imagine being one of the ‘hottest’ people on the planet and being stuck on a luxury island with other attractive people. This is exactly what this reality show is about. It includes ‘hot’ people from around the globe who are given prizes if they can keep their hands off each other and they are all in for a grand prize but each time two of them mess up, everyone loses money.

Rating: 7/10

Ratched

Based on the tale of a rather curious and wise nurse, this dark show is set in the early ’90s and follows the story of how the nurse manipulates her surroundings into getting what she wants. The show is renewed for a second season!

Rating: 9/10