The 50 best TV shows on Netflix right now (NYT)

Netflix adds original programming at such a steady clip that it can be hard to keep up with which of its dramas, comedies and reality shows are must-sees. And that’s not including all the TV series Netflix picks up from broadcast and cable networks. Below is our regularly updated guide to the 50 best shows on Netflix in the United States, ranked alphabetically. Each recommendation comes with a secondary pick, too, for 100 suggestions in all. (Note: Netflix sometimes removes titles without notice.)

Here are our lists of the best movies on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, along with the best TV and movies on Hulu and Disney Plus.

‘Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness’ (2020)

There’s a reason seemingly everybody on the internet started talking about this docu-series within a few days of its debut. Co-directed by Rebecca Chaiklin and Eric Goode, the seven-part “Tiger King” is ostensibly about the strange subculture of folks who keep and display big cats: sometimes for crassly commercial private zoos, and sometimes for ostensibly more humane nature reserves. An unusual number of these people seem to have disturbing personal histories, involving criminal syndicates, unsolved murders and sex cults — all of which get touched on in this fascinating and often shocking story of eccentric, self-made American entrepreneurs… (For another gripping, surprising docu-series, stream “Wild Wild Country.”)

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