Want to know what the top 10 Netflix TV shows are right now? You’ve come to the right place. Even though Netflix’s trending list, which shows the Top 10 most popular TV shows every day, came out earlier this year, it’s not easy to find that list on Netflix without doing a little digging. We’re here to help make that process go more smoothly.
This week, there have been a lot of changes. Shows that were in the Top 10 last week are no longer there. As of right now, this week’s list includes the last episode of Ozark, new episodes of the reality competition show The Circle, and the first season of the legal crime drama The Lincoln Lawyer.
Cocomelon, which was knocked off the list for a while last week, slowly made its way back and is now back at the end of the Top 10. Love on the Spectrum U.S., Boss Baby: Back in the Crib, and Wrong Side of the Tracks are also still going strong. Even though Season 4 of Stranger Things started off lower last week, it’s now at the top of the list.
This week, Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and a new season of All American are among the new additions to Netflix’s Top 10. It would be an understatement to say that this top 10 is very different from one another.
Check back every week to see how the Top 10 changes, but for now, here are the Top 10 as of right now:
10. Love on the Spectrum U.S.
9. The Circle
8. Boss Baby: Back in the Crib
6. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
5. Wrong Side of the Tracks
3. The Lincoln Lawyer
2. All American
1. Stranger Things
Check out the list of Netflix’s most popular TV series below, along with a quick description of what everyone’s binge-watching these days. You may also check out our list of the Best Netflix TV Shows. If you want to see what the top 10 movies of the year are, just click on that link.
Love on the Spectrum U.S.
Love on the Spectrum is a docu-reality show with a warm heart that follows people on the autism spectrum as they try to date and be in relationships. After the success of the Australian series that won many awards, this US-based series tells the stories of a group of unique and different people who are all looking for love.
The Circle is returning for its fourth season, and this time, we’re going to bring the heat up to an even greater level than before! What else could anyone possibly anticipate from the season that had the most heat to date?
As a fresh group of candidates competes in tasks to gain the ultimate cash reward as the best influencer, viewers can expect more catfishing, more drama, more money, and more shocks than ever before.
Michelle Buteau, who is known for her work in both acting and comedy, is the show’s host. Each Wednesday beginning on May 4 will feature a new episode of The Circle, with further episodes airing on May 11, 18, and the series finale taking place on May 25.
The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib
To avoid embezzlement charges following the events of The Boss Baby: Family Business, Theodore Templeton returns to his old Boss Baby persona and lives with Tim, his brother, and his two nieces, Tabitha and Tina.
New Field Team: Tina and Boss Baby lead the effort to boost baby love while protecting Baby Corp from a new gang of arch-enemies – The Uncuddleables.
In this musical series, J.J. teaches the alphabet, numbers, animal noises, and more to children of all ages!
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
New York City is threatened by an invasion of wicked extraterrestrial forces led by a former ninja master and his mutant turtles.
Wrong Side of the Tracks
A disgruntled military veteran steps in after his adolescent granddaughter is kidnapped by drug traffickers who have taken over his neighbourhood.
The Byrde family’s journey from suburban Chicago to the Ozarks, Missouri, is the focus of Ozark, a gripping contemporary drama set in the present day. The series examines capitalism, family dynamics, and survival through the eyes of (everything but) regular Americans.
The Lincoln Lawyer
In the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles, lawyer Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo) practises out of the back seat of his Lincoln, an iconoclastic optimist. The first season of The Lincoln Lawyer is based on the second book in Michael Connelly’s best-selling series, The Brass Verdict.
There are two worlds colliding as a South Central High School football standout is lured to play for Beverly Hills High School.
Six months have passed since the Battle of Starcourt wreaked havoc on Hawkins. For the first time in our lives, our circle of friends has been separated from each other. A new and terrifying supernatural menace emerges at this most vulnerable moment, posing a horrific puzzle that, if answered, may put a stop to the Upside Down’s horrors for good.