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Top 6 best Netflix series of 2023

Top 6 best Netflix series of 2023 Best Netflix series in 2023 (Getty Images)

Netflix keeps presenting high-quality series, proposing brand new captivating shows, as well as new seasons of the already loved ones. This year was not an exception, offering a diverse range of TV series, from surprise hits to concluding favorites, digitaltrends reports.

Black Mirror (2011-)

After a four-year wait, Black Mirror's sixth season delivers thought-provoking episodes as always. The standout episode, "Beyond the Sea," explores the emotional toll on astronauts with star performances by Aaron Paul, Josh Hartnett, and Kata Mara. Despite a mix of episodes, Black Mirror maintains its reputation for engaging storytelling, reflecting on the future and revolutionary technologies it could bring.

The Fall of the House of Usher (2023)

This gothic horror drama, loosely based on Edgar Allan Poe's stories, weaves a narrative connecting fictional characters into a chilling tale. Centered around Roderick and Madeline Usher, the miniseries explores a corrupt pharmaceutical company, mysterious deaths, and a shape-shifting character played by Carla Gugino. The Fall of the House of Usher receives credit for its intelligent and creative approach to 19th-century classics.

YOU (2018-)

YOU continued its gripping narrative as serial killer Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley, relocates to London for the fourth season. He is now a college professor, making friends with elites who hide their own secrets. The show, a delightful guilty pleasure, introduces new twists and turns, increasing intensity. Season 5, confirmed as the show's last, is set to arrive in 2024.

The Diplomat (2023-)

The Diplomat blends political intrigue with complex dialogue. Keri Russell plays Kate Wyler, a career diplomat thrust into a higher role amid an international crisis. Created by Debora Cahn, a former writer on The West Wing, the series captivates with its fast-paced, politically set narrative. While the narrative deviates from what might happen in an actual geopolitical crisis, the characters and unexpected plot twists have contributed to its popularity.

The Crown (2016-2023)

As The Crown concludes its six-season run, spanning the years between 1997 and 2005, it explores key moments like Princess Diana's romance, tragic death, and Prince Charles' wedding to Camilla. Praised for its costumes, acting, and storytelling, The Crown stands out even for those uninterested in the Royal Family.

The Night Agent (2023-)

A surprise hit, The Night Agent follows FBI agent Peter (Gabriel Basso) working in the White House. The show unfolds a government conspiracy as Peter and cybersecurity entrepreneur Rose (Luciane Buchanan) navigate layers of mystery and danger. Despite its occasional melodrama, it remains a compelling, worth watching series.

We also recently wrote that Netflix shared the first engagement report revealing the most popular shows and movies.