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Good series on Netflix 2020 - with insider tips!

Every week all sorts of new series and series seasons find their way on Netflix. When building the platform, on which not all titles have a permanent prominent place, it can be difficult to keep track of things.

So that you still spend less time searching and more time looking, we have taken a closer look at the lush series program of the streaming service and a few of the Fished out series that for us are among the highlights in the Netflix portfolio. However, not only the many in-house productions of the provider were taken into account, but also the licensed series that can currently be found on Netflix.

For better orientation, we have divided our series tips into genres: We'll start with drama, comedy, sci-fi and fantasy series. And just as Netflix is ​​constantly renewing and expanding its range, we also want to keep our special up-to-date and add more genres over time.

Good drama series on Netflix

"House Of Cards", Seasons 1 to 6: "House Of Cards" was one of the early Netflix figureheads - and rightly so. After the Kevin Spacey scandal, the last season, which was rather poorly cobbled together, may not deliver the desired round conclusion, but until then the series offers a razor-sharp insight into a glimpse of intrigue and corruption that is razor-sharp and in some aspects, unfortunately, not too far removed from reality US political system.

"Mindhunter", seasons 1 and 2: Two FBI agents interviewed murderers who were arrested in the late 1970s, thus laying the foundation for modern profiling. David Fincher's brilliantly staged thriller drama is nothing less than an abysmal series masterpiece.

"When They See Us", miniseries: "When They See Us" tells the true story of five Latin and African American youths who were wrongly sentenced in 1989 for a long prison sentence - and is one of the most moving things that the series year 2019 spawned.

"Narcos", seasons 1 to 3: How did cocaine become the most lucrative addict in the drug business? With "Narcos" Netflix gives the answer, among other things based on the story of the notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar (Wagner Moura). And if you still haven't had enough of the international drug trade, you can still use the two seasons of the follow-up series "Narcos: Mexico".

"The Crown", seasons 1 to 3: "The Queen" author Peter Morgan takes a close look at the decades of Queen Elizabeth II's reign before the time shown in his biopic - from the beginning of her reign in 1947 to the 1990s Years (at least the series should arrive there once when it ends with the fifth season).

"Unbelievable", miniseries: The teenage girl Marie (Kaitlyn Dever) is accused of lying about her own rape and then fights against the growing doubts about her story. The series goes to the kidneys with uncomfortable and courageous questions - and on top of that underscores Kaitlyn Dever's status as one of the best young actresses at the moment.

"Breaking Bad" & "Better Call Saul", each season 1 to 5: You don't really need to waste any more words about "Breaking Bad", the exceptional series about Walter White (Bryan Cranston), who is cancerous and who has risen to become an unscrupulous drug lord Cult. The spin-off "Better Call Saul" about the career of the underworld lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is in no way inferior to the mother series.

“Fargo”, seasons 1 to 3: anthology series that is set in the same universe as the Coen brothers film of the same name, the tone of which hits it perfectly, but otherwise can stand completely on its own two feet. The storylines completed per season about all kinds of dodgy characters in the icy American province are wonderfully absurd, relentlessly brutal and packed with a whole truckload of weird characters that you won't forget anytime soon.

"Peaky Blinders", seasons 1 to 5: Cillian Murphy, Sam Neill, Adrien Brody, Tom Hardy, Anya Taylor-Joy and and and ... Just because of the first-class cast, "Peaky Blinders" is absolutely worth seeing. The fact that the series also has an epic gangster story in its luggage, which is set in Birmingham, England in the first half of the 20th century, makes it even more a must-see.

"Vikings", seasons 1 to 5: Bloody battles, shocking intrigues, human dramas. The story of the dreaming of conquest Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) and his family has everything that makes a Viking fan heart beat faster.

"American Crime Story", Seasons 1 & 2: The team behind "American Horror Story" meticulously retraces the sensational cases of the O.J. Simpson trial and the murder of fashion tsar Gianni Versace. Especially thanks to the famous cast, it was thrilling right up to the last episode.

"The Americans", seasons 1 to 5: Phillip (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth Jennings (Keri Russell) built a quiet life for themselves in an American suburb during the Cold War, but are in fact KGB sleeper agents. Anyone who likes smart and captivating spy thrillers cannot ignore “The Americans”.

"Sons Of Anarchy", seasons 1 to 7: The biker version of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" - rough, uncompromising and gripping until the end. Who would have thought that rival biker gangs could provide such emotional roller coaster rides?

"Ozark", Seasons 1 to 3: More Than Just Netflix's Answer to "Breaking Bad". Father Marty (Jason Bateman) moves his broken family to the remote Ozarks to wash $ 500 million for an unscrupulous drug lord and save his own skin.

"House of Money", seasons 1 to 4: Yes, with the newer seasons, the Spanish series hit runs out of breath a little, but that doesn't change the fact that the forays of the brilliant professor (Álvaro Morte) and his team are at least included provide the first two seasons of twist-rich non-stop high voltage that is second to none.

"Bloodline", seasons 1 to 3: When the black sheep of the Rayburn hotel family returns home, old conflicts and dark secrets break out. "Bloodline" was one of the early Netflix series in 2015, but unfortunately seems to have been forgotten over the years. We can only warmly recommend the extremely atmospheric family saga with a mystery vibe and great actors (Kyle Chandler, Sissy Spacek, Sam Shepard, Ben Mendelsohn!).

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