December 10, 2022

In these Corona days when we drained Netflix’s resources, “What’s left that I haven’t watched?” For those who say, we have gathered the most popular Netflix series. Most of the productions we watch and like. But even though we were not impressed, we could not remain indifferent to TV series such as La Casa de Papel, Squid Game & Vikings, which dragged the masses after them. We have added them, but you can also see our personal opinion from the We Are Not at Home notes below each suggestion.

You can find popular Netflix series from the highest IMDb rating to the lowest

1. The Breaking Bad (IMDb: 9.5)

Breaking Bad is one of the legendary TV series about a 50-year-old high school chemistry teacher named Walter White, who is at number 5 on IMDb’s list of the best TV shows ever, evolves into New Mexico’s drug lord in order to meet the financial needs of his family. The series is like a series with the depth of the characters, the intricacy of the plot, its immersiveness. The series, starring Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn and Aaron Paul, is breathtaking for 5 seasons. Episodes average 50 minutes.

Genre: Crime, Drama

IMDb: 9.5 Rotten Tomatoes: 98% Google: 96% We’re Out of Home: 9.4

2. Our Planet (IMDb: 9.3)

Our Planet is a nature and animal documentary series presented by natural historian David Attenborough, raising the bar even higher by Planet Earth. Our Planet deals with the beauties of nature as well as the damage done by humans to nature all over the world. It is a single season and consists of 8 episodes. Episodes average 50 minutes.

Genre: Documentary, Nature

IMDb: 9.3 Rotten Tomatoes: 91% Google: 98% We’re Not Home: 9

3. The Last Dance (IMDb: 9.3)

The Last Dance is a documentary mini-series full of unreleased footage from the 1997-98 season of the Chicago Bulls basketball team, in which legendary basketball player Michael Jordan also played, with the life of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls’ full cast of other legendary players in the background. This project has been expected to air for years, and finally, during the pandemic days, Netflix stepped in and delighted basketball fans and Michael Jordan fans. Whether you really understand basketball or not, it was a production that everyone who watched could love.

Genre: Documentary, Sports

IMDb: 9.3 Rotten Tomatoes: 96% Google: 95% We’re Not At Home: 8.2

4. Avatar: The Last Airbender (IMDb: 9.3)

Avatar: The Last Airbender is the American version of the Japanese anime. This Asian-inspired style was so popular that Avatar also won an Emmy Award. We follow the adventure of Avatar Aang and his friends for 3 seasons to save the world from the ruthless Fire King. In our opinion, it is a production that everyone, big or small, will like. After Aang, the adventures of the Scavenger Kora also appeared, but it was not as successful as the first series.

Genre: Animation

IMDb: 9.3 Rotten Tomatoes: 99% Google: 96% We’re Not Home:

5. Rick And Morty (IMDb: 9.2)

Rick & Morty is the adventurous and hilarious stories of mad scientist Rick and his naive grandson Morty, who travel between galaxies and dimensions and get involved in incredible events. The duo find themselves in different dangers in each episode. The series currently has 4 seasons in total. Each episode lasts 22 minutes.

Genre: Animation, Adventure

IMDb: 9.2 Rotten Tomatoes: 94% Google: 97% We’re Not Home: 8