You should probably get used to seeing the reality dating series The ultimatum: get married or move on in the #1 spot on Netflix, which is exactly where it’s been all week. Both the finale and the reunion special dropped yesterday, and what are you even doing reading this? Go catch up right away! Go find out who got married! OK, OK, there’s also other stuff in the top 5, like the new nature docuseries narrated by Barack Obama Our major national parkswhich comes in at No. 3, and the fifth season of You better call Saulwhich arrives at No. 5.
But of the Netflix Top 10, which programs and movies are really worth watching? We break down the entire Netflix Top 10 list and walk you through what to eat and what to skip. We do the same for Netflix’s Top 10 TV Shows, as well as Netflix’s Top 10 Movies. We also have recommendations for the 50 best movies on Netflix and the 50 best TV shows on Netflix to watch right now.
Based on Netflix’s Top 10 for Thursday, April 14
For fans of: Exchange of partners, schadenfreude, loose rules | Is it good?: It’s an addictive mess
Netflix’s new plan to finally make some money is to cancel your favorite shows and crank out as many cheap reality shows as possible. The proof that the streamer signs any dating show is The ultimatum, which sees couples where one person is ready for marriage and the other doesn’t swap partners with other couples with the same problem to test marriage and see if it’s for them, or something . The rules are falling apart pretty quickly and people are yelling at each other! Then they propose to each other. What is this show? And why can’t I stop watching? (Yesterday’s ranking: 1) [The Best Dating Reality Shows to Watch]
For fans of: Period romance with a modern sensibility | Is it good?: Absolutely
Netflix’s megahit delivers two full seasons of romance, gossip and Regency-era robes, with producer Shonda Rhimes’ golden touch. The 1800s London drama is told in season-long chapters, each covering a romance of one of Bridgerton’s high-society siblings, with Season 1 following Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and her coupling with the Duke. reluctant Simon (Regé-Jean Page), as well as their steamy on-screen exploits that gave the show much of its popularity. Season 2 shifts to Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) and the woman he cautiously falls for, Kate (Simone Ashley), and while there’s less to do, the push-and-pull romance is a delight to follow. watch. Here is our opinion. (Yesterday’s ranking: 2) [Shows Like Bridgerton]
For fans of: Our great national parks, the voice of Barack Obama, wildlife | Is it good?: Yes of course!
Barack Obama produces and narrates these docuseries about the nature of the creators of Blue Planet II, taking viewers on a tour of national parks around the world, including countries of personal importance to him, Indonesia and Kenya. If you’ve ever wanted to hear a former president talk about being lazy, this is for you. (Yesterday’s ranking: n/a)
For fans of: When women break badly, the crime | Is it good?: You will be interested
This detective series centers on a woman (Alice Braga) who falls in love with a member of the drug cartel and is then forced to flee her home in Mexico after he is murdered. In America, she starts her own drug empire and becomes extremely wealthy, but makes a ton of enemies in the process. (Yesterday’s ranking: 3)
For fans of: breaking Badlawyers doing their best, Cinnabon | Is it good?: This is one of the best TV shows
After a long, long wait, You better call Saul Season 5 has finally arrived on Netflix ahead of its sixth and final season premiering on AMC. the breaking Bad The prequel series gives us the origin story of Bob Odenkirk’s criminal lawyer Saul Goodman in the early 2000s, when he was still known as Jimmy McGill and struggled to get his career off the ground. career. A bunch of familiar faces appear, like Jonathan Banks’ Mike and Giancarlo Esposito’s Gus, and plenty of new ones who are just as dynamic, as is the case with the BBCU (breaking Bad cinematic universe). This show rules, plain and simple. (Yesterday’s ranking: 4)
For fans of: Movies made in 2013 that seem much older, suspenseful | Is it good?: It’s just okay
In this thriller, Halle Berry plays Jordan Turner, a 911 operator still grappling with guilt over missing a call from a girl who was later killed by an invader. Months later, Jordan gets a call from a kidnapped teenager (Abigail Breslin) and must take matters into her own hands to help save her life. (Yesterday’s ranking: 5)
For fans of: Vegetable puree, lollipops | Is it good?: For babies, of course
Colorful objects, preschool songs and big-headed babies make this catnip for toddlers and young children who spend time in front of the screen. (Yesterday’s ranking: 6)
For fans of: Crooks, Shonda, nonsense | Is it good?: This is very fun
This limited series is the first show that superproducer Shonda Rhimes has created since Scandal, and the true story that led her to open Final Draft again is a doozy. It is the only saga of Anna Delvey, played by ozark‘s Julia Garner, a wealthy German socialite who took New York society by storm in the mid-2010s — only it turned out she wasn’t wealthy or even technically German. She was a con artist who scammed various people and institutions out of hundreds of thousands of dollars thanks to her almost supernatural self-confidence. She became famous thanks to a bomb New York magazine story, the writing of which animates the plot of Invent Annaas journalist Vivian Kent (Anna Chlumsky) tries to answer the question “Who is Anna Delvey?” (Yesterday’s ranking: 9) [Shows Like Inventing Anna]
For fans of: Melodrama, melodrama, melodrama | Is it good?: This is crazy in the best way
The Spanish teen drama said goodbye to some of its original stars at the end of season 4, ushering in a new class of rich kids with secrets. Season 5 opens with another murder investigation (are you surprised?), which is gradually pieced together as the season progresses. And despite the threat of death hanging over their heads, Las Encinas students still find time to throw big parties, get involved in love triangles, and fight with their parents. That’s what I call TV. (Yesterday’s ranking: 7)
For fans of: Cakes that don’t look like cakes | Is it good?: He does what he wants to do
The algorithm has an insatiable appetite for baking contests, so here’s another one. This one is about bakers trying to make cakes that look so much like things that aren’t that they fool the judges. It’s a simple and fun premise with lots of potential for cakes that make you say “Wow, I can’t believe this is cake”, so it sounds like a slam dunk as far as baking competitions go. – a slam dunk with a basketball is not a basketball at all, it’s a chocolate cake with orange cream frosting! Saturday Night Live veteran Mikey Day hosts. (Yesterday’s ranking: 10) [Shows Like Is It Cake? If You Like Is It Cake?]