Most of the show isn't meant to be watched lightly, typically featuring a sense of cynicism and dark satire, but a few episodes—"San Junipero" in particular—highlight their happy endings in a way that subverts expectations.
If you're a fan of science-fiction or anthology series, you'll fall in love with , which picked up a lot of flack when the first season premiered in 2014.
The story begins when Will, one of the four boys returning home after a night of playing Dungeons and Dragons, goes missing without a trace, leaving behind a lost girl with a shaved head in his place.
With twists and turns, gruesome murders, and a mystery as thrilling to solve as it is to watch play out, it's no wonder was a breakout hit when it first premiered in the summer of 2016.
Featuring outstanding performances from Winona Ryder and David Harbour as Will's mother Joyce and the town's police chief Jim Hopper, respectively, plus breakout stars Millie Bobby Brown and Finn Wolfhard (who you may recognize from 2017's is a must-see piece of entertainment.
Season two dropped in October of this year, and a third season is already under pre-production and a season four renewal all but guaranteed.
A sequel was planned and subsequently cancelled, and the series was rebooted for the silver screen just four years later, with , directed by Lexi Alexander.
There’s enough shows on Netflix that you’ll never be able to plow through all of them before something new comes out.
In fact, Netflix has made it so easy to watch your favorite content, from crime dramas to stand-up comedy, that the internet entertainment company has invented a whole new term for television on its own: the binge watch.
first started airing in 2011 in Britain, but it wasn't until the series moved to Netflix in 2014 that it began to grow in popularity Stateside.
The show, which recently premiered its fourth season, has now hit nineteen full episodes of varying length (ranging from a breezy 41 minutes to a full 89-minute, movie style film), each with different actors, writers, and plot that takes place in a not-so-distant future, exploring our paranoia, our modern society, and how the future of technology might lead us down terrifying paths.