Netflix is a place of countless entertainment content, hundreds to thousands of titles all packed in the same place. To be fair, not every content is good, some are big flops. But a lot of them are some huge successes from series such as Squid Games, The Witchers, Money Heist, Umbrella Academy, How I met your mother, to movies like Red Notice, Army of the Dead, Parasite. Thus, even the pickiest viewers can find something they like on this platform.
Unfortunately, with this many series to pick among, it’s easy to overlook some of the hidden treasures in Netflix’s seemingly limitless collection. Some titles haven’t yet received the attention they deserve, maybe because they didn’t have famous casts, or too many strong competitors in the genre, and more. If you’re caught in a tv slump and not too sure what to see now, here’s a list of great 13 Netflix unpopular show you should definitely watch
#1 The Dragon Prince
This animated adventure follows two brother princes and an elf mercenary as they look for the famous dragon and battle to resolve the conflict between humans and elves. It was created by Aaron Ehasz, who previously blessed us with Avatar: The Last Airbender. This show goes beyond what is anticipated, featuring breath-taking graphics and protagonists who are both charming and relatable, making it the next Last Airbender
#2 Lost in Space
This sci-fi show, a revival of the old TV version of the show, features a family that crash-lands on a hostile planet after leaving a crumbling Earth. This series provides a terrific and exciting beginning to this famous franchise, with a sweeping tale and superb production quality
#3 Love Death + Robots
This Emmy-winning series, directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and David Fincher (The Social Network, Fight Club), is an animation origin story that comprises, well, exactly what the title indicates. Each episode tells a distinct tale with a varied animation style, making each one a unique and fascinating adventure worth watching.
#4 Sex Education
A British drama follows the adolescent child of a sex therapist who finds up counseling his friends. Although this comedy has an endearingly humorous group of characters, it isn’t shy to confront serious themes such as sex, romance, and the difficulties of adolescence. If you enjoy sexual comedy like Big Mouth, you’ll adore this.
#5 Ash vs. Evil Dead
The Evil Dead trio is among the most popular horror movie series of all time. The miniseries, with Bruce Campbell reprising his role as the hero, portrays a middle-aged Ash Williams as he fights the Deadites once more after mistakenly unleashing them to pick up girls. This series is raw and brutal B-movie excitement, and it can be described up in a single word: groovy.
Have you ever wondered how British sitcoms such as The Office were produced for American television? It most likely went something like this. This Showtime sitcom features a couple of British writers who are battling to convert their show to Hollywood, particularly with Matt LeBlanc as the lead.
This series, produced by main actor Ryan O’Connell, depicts a gay person with cerebral palsy who chooses to rebuild his life after landing a new job as an internet writer. Even though each episode is very quick, it is nonetheless a humorous yet touching story of a guy exploring new love and freedom.
#8 Space Force
This show’s cast is excellent, particularly with the famous John Malkovich, and there’s still potential for it to flourish. Hell, it wasn’t until season 2 of The Office it became the TV masterpiece, we all love and know.
#9 Arrested Development
This would be the original Schitt’s Creek, as it followed a wealthy but troubled family who loses everything and ultimately ended up staying together in a tiny apartment. With an all-star cast plus Endgame producers Joe & Anthony Russo at the wheel, the series is a sure barrel of comedy that you will undoubtedly binge watch.
#10 The Midnight Gospel
This series is essentially what you’d think of when listening to a radio on an acid trip. The plot revolves around “spacecaster” Clancy, who journeys to many imagined realities and contacts fresh faces for the podcast. The Midnight Gospel is a really strange show that raises many philosophical thoughts about this crazy world in which we live.
This sitcom, produced by Rick and Morty creator Dan Harmon, portrays a shamed lawyer as he enters a community college to retrieve his degree in law, only to become friends with a bizarre bunch of students. While this may seem like a typical comedy concept, this series’s well-written cast and storylines humorously critique various pop-culture stereotypes.
This award-winning light entertainment tells the story of a desperate actress in the 1980s who joins the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. With its cast’s funny and emotional performances, notably those of Alison Brie and Marc Maron, viewing this series will make you wish Netflix had finished its final season.
#13 The IT Crowd
This British comedy, which is essentially Seinfeld combines The Big Bang Theory, follows two IT workers and their new boss, who understands nothing at all about electronics, as they go about their everyday lives. This sitcom has so many comical scenes and clever and witty one-liners that you’ll want to see more of this UK classic.