For television lovers, it has never been so easy to have access to a wide catalog of series with the rise of streaming platforms, although there is a drawback: among such a variety of titles and genres that exist in the new millennium, it is no longer nothing easy to find the next production to see.
However, thinking about these new challenges, Netflix offers its subscribers a list of its most popular works, so that it is easier to choose.
Different genres, all with exciting stories to spend many hours in front of the screen without wondering how to download a video from Facebook, these are the most popular Netflix US productions to enjoy in a marathon or in your spare time.
1. Ginny and Georgia
Independent Georgia and her two children, Ginny and Austin, move north in search of a new life… but discover that starting from scratch can be tricky.
2. Lockwood Agency
In London, the most talented teenage ghost hunters ride nightly in a dangerous combat with deadly spirits. Among the many adult-staffed corporate agencies, one small start-up stands alone: Lockwood & Co., run by two teenage girls and a psychically gifted girl who are a renegade trio with no financial motives, adult supervision, and destined to unravel a mystery that will change the world. history course.
3. The Snow Girl
Malaga, 2010, parade of the Three Kings. The most magical moment of the year turns into a nightmare for the Martín family when his daughter Amaya disappears in the crowd. Miren (Milena Smit), a trainee journalist, begins an investigation parallel to that of Inspector Millán (Aixa Villagrán) that will awaken aspects of her past that she would have liked to forget. With the help of her journalist colleague Eduardo (Jose Coronado), Miren will not stop until she finds the girl.
4. New Amsterdam
Inspired by Bellevue, America’s oldest public hospital, this unique medical drama follows the brilliant and charming Dr. Max Goodwin, the institution’s newest medical director, who sets out to break through the bureaucracy and deliver exceptional care.
5. That ’90s Show
It’s 1995 and Leia Forman, daughter of Eric and Donna, visits her grandparents for the summer, mixing with a new generation of Point Place kids under the watchful eye of Kitty and the sternness of Red. Sex, drugs and rock n’roll never die: they just change clothes.
Smart, sarcastic, and a little dead on the inside, Wednesday Addams investigates a spate of murders while she makes friends—and enemies—at Never Again Academy.
7. Record of Ragnarok
Mortal humans must defeat the almighty gods in seven rounds… or their existence will end forever. Let the Ragnarok battles begin!
8.The Walking Dead
“The Walking Dead” is set in an apocalyptic future with the Earth devastated by the effect of a cataclysm, which has caused the mutation of most of the planet’s inhabitants into zombies. The series explores the difficulties of the protagonists to survive in a world populated by horror, as well as the personal relationships that are established between them, sometimes also a threat to their survival.
9. Vikings: Valhalla
Sequel to ‘Vikings’ set 100 years later and centered on the adventures of Leif Erikson, Freydis, Harald Hardrada and the Norman king William the Conqueror.
10. Love Island
It tells the story of a pregnant French woman who lives in Sarajevo with her Bosnian husband and her son. They go on vacation to a Croatian island, where things get complicated when everyone is attracted to a beautiful woman.
Netflix has become the most important streaming platform in recent years and its success has led most entertainment companies to launch their own platforms, such as Disney+ and HBO, among others.
Although it started as a company that offered the DVD rental service through postal mail, it was in 2011 when the company started operations outside the United States and Canada, offering its catalog by streaming in Latin America and the Caribbean. A year later it would also reach some countries in Europe and later in Asia.
In 2011 the company ventured to start producing its own content that started with the successful series House of cards, which led it to create its studio in 2016. By 2018 it would already be defined as a global internet television channel .
Previously, on January 16, 2014, one of the most important moments arrived for Netflix: being nominated for the first time in its history for an Oscar Award with the documentary The Square.
Its catalog includes films that have been winners of an Academy Award, multi-award-winning and viral series such as Squid Game, or important products in Spanish such as Money Heist and Elite.
However, 2022 did not look good for the streaming content platform, which received its biggest blow in a decade and that is that in the first quarter it lost up to 200,000 subscribers, which added to the 900,000 viewers who also abandoned the platform in the second quarter of the year.
That small setback was “fixed” in the third quarter, when a gain of 2.4 million subscribers was recorded, boosted by titles like Dahmer, a new season of Stranger Things and other hits. How to throw a Netflix party or Teleparty?
Netflix Party, also known as Teleparty, has become one of the most popular applications that has given the streaming platform a plus, since it has allowed users to watch the same content at the same time with friends, partner or family even though They are not in the same space.
Created as an extension of Google, this tool mixes the ability to simultaneously stream with a text message box where participants can exchange their thoughts in real time.
Although this tool has not been developed as such by Netflix, just go to the Teleparty page and install the Google Chrome extension. Once installed, you must open the account, play what you want to see and click on the Netflix Party (NP) icon that will turn red and then give the “start party” option that will provide a link that can be shared with more people to join.
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