Netflix’s Top 10 Most-Watched Shows Right Now
Netflix has a collection of some of the coolest shows and series right now. Thanks to Netflix’s Top 10 feature, the trending titles are updated every week. These are the shows that are popular for all the right reasons. They vary across several genres like comedy, thriller, horror, drama, and more, to keep you entertained irrespective of whether you are looking for an escape from reality, an informative dig-in, or a laughter riot.
Here is the list of the top 10 shows that kept the maximum number of Netflix users hooked to the online streaming platform. Scroll down to check the list, watch the ones that catch your attention, and you’ll know why everyone’s in love with these amazing shows!
1. The Haunting of Bly Manor
Fresh on Netflix, the show released on 9th Oct, right in the time for Halloween. The brand-new show centers on an American nanny hired to take care of two kids in the mansion. The plot thickens when she begins to see apparitions that proceed to haunt the premises. The much-awaited show is a follow-up series to The Haunting of Hill House and is currently one of the top shows to watch this month. Ready for some binge-watching?
2. Emily in Paris
Emily in Paris is a Netflix-original series that centers around a young woman named Emily who moves to Paris. She faces new adventures and experiences when she tries to figure out the French working strategy, tries to fit in with her colleagues, make friends, and falls in love a few times.
3. American Murder: The Family Next Door
Genre: Documentary crime thriller
The documentary is about one of the most disturbing family crimes in recent years that explores the disappearance and murder of Shanann Watts and her two daughters using social media posts, text messages, and testimony from close friends and family. Chris Watts, the husband, is later found guilty of killing his wife and daughters. Follow the adrenaline pumping investigation in the documentary that’s streaming on Netflix right now.
4. Schitt’s Creek
The comedy sitcom wasn’t a prime contender in the comedy genre in the Emmy Awards for no reason. If you want to find out the exact reasons why it was worth every Emmys, it’s your chance to binge-watching the show to figure out what the commotion is all about. And trust us, you won’t regret it!
5. The 100
Genre: Sci-fi drama
The post-apocalyptic show is here with all the seven seasons and 100 episodes. The production shut down for COVID-19 reasons at the 100th episode, thankfully. The show narrates the situation 97 years after a devastating nuclear apocalypse wipes out life on Earth, forcing thousands of people to live on Ark, a space station orbiting Earth. An interesting watch, and a must-watch this month.
Genre: Psychological thriller
Mixing dark storytelling with an over-saturated color palette and classic mid-century décor is an art that Ratched has mastered. The plot revolves around an asylum nurse Mildred Ratched in a leading psychiatric hospital where new and unsettling experiments have begun on the human mind. Is Mildred really the dedicated nurse that she portrays to be?
Genre: Supernatural drama
If a woman who’s declared dead comes back to life during her autopsy, how miraculous and surprising would it be? Evil is a supernatural drama where a skeptical forensic psychologist, a Catholic seminarian, and a technology contractor investigate purported paranormal incidents. There are tales of exorcism, a demon birth, and possessed schoolgirls to top up the plot with more eeriness.
8. The Great British Baking Show
Genre: Cooking reality show
The Great British Baking Show is back with a brand-new season, bringing back with it the sweet joys of baking. Watch a whole new group of bakers experimenting and showcasing their talent to relax the viewers and, at the same time, to educate them with something new. Watch the amateur bakers compete against each other in a series of rounds, attempting to impress a group of judges with their baking skills.
9. Stranger Things
Genre: Sci-fi horror
The horror nostalgia of the 1980s that Stephen King and Steven Spielberg tried to build in our childhood is wonderfully portrayed in Stranger Things, the mega-hit of Netflix with its three seasons and 25 episodes. There are characters that you can instantly relate to and want to connect with, and a plot that immediately tops any other show or movie of the same genre. No wonder it ranked in the top 10 shows on Netflix this week.
10. The Office
Genre: Mockumentary sitcom
The Office is here on Netflix until 2021 before it goes to NBC’s Peacock. All the nine seasons of the show are here for another two months or so, and Netflix is already flooded with fans watching The Office in the first week of October. Join them to watch the mockumentary that depicts office employees’ everyday work lives in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.