Best Of 2017 : 7 Netflix Series Which Made The Year Better

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Best Of 2017 : 7 Netflix Series Which Made The Year Better

With 5 seasons consisting of 65 episodes, Orange is the new Black is the most watched original series of the Netflix. The story is about Piper , who is imprisoned for transporting drugs money and how the toughness of the prison changes her life and her attitude drastically. The season 6 of the series is said to be taking some time before it’s release leaving it viewers wanting for more after those awful torture , riots and death scenes.


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Best Of 2017 : 7 Netflix Series Which Made The Year Better

An American crime thriller based around cocaine trade in Columbia and the drug lord Pablo Escobar. Set in 1990s, it involves DEA agents, police, criminals and drug dealers on Columbia. Narcos is the most successful series of Netflix in in the last three years. In 2017, the producers of the series receives threatening notes from the brother of Pablo Esacobar to either stop the direction of the series or give a share of their profits.


Best Of 2017 : 7 Netflix Series Which Made The Year Better

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This thrilling Netflix original drama stars Golden Globe-winning actress Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers, who lives in a small Indiana town in 1983 – inspired by a time when tales of science fiction captivated audiences. When Joyce’s 12-year-old son, Will, goes missing, she launches a terrifying investigation into his disappearance with local authorities. As they search for answers, they unravel a series of extraordinary mysteries involving secret government experiments, unnerving supernatural forces, and a very unusual little girl.


Best Of 2017 : 7 Netflix Series Which Made The Year Better

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The only cartoon series in this list, it is set in an animated world where humans and animals live side by side. It sounds ridiculous but due to popular demand its season 5 is in the making. The story is about humanoid horseman who was once a star in 1990s sitcom but the show was suddenly cancelled and BoJack, who disappeared is now thinking of a comeback.


Best Of 2017 : 7 Netflix Series Which Made The Year Better

Directed by comedian and actress Tina Fey, it’s a story about Kimmy Schmidt who was trapped by a cult leader for 15 years and after breaking free she discovers the world with wide eyes. With three successful seasons, it became one of the most watched series in America and is slowly gaining popularity as an inspirational show.


Best Of 2017 : 7 Netflix Series Which Made The Year Better

House of Cards is an American thriller based around politics. Frank Underwood , an ambitious politician businessman who, with his wife Claire sets out to become the President of the United States. He takes revenge from the people who rose to power leaving him behind, removing every obstacle from his way even if its a human. Though season 6 was going to be the final season of the series but due to controversies around Kevin Spacey, its difficult to say whether he will be casted in the upcoming season.


Why Should Watch Netflix's New Series : '13 Reasons Why'
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13 reasons why is the American teen drama based on the novel of the same name on the concept of bullying. Produced by Selena Gomez, it is centered around Hannah Baker, who commits suicide and leaved 13 tapes for the people who she held responsible for her suicide. As the story enfolds, disgusting acts held around Hannah and others are shown, making students think deeply about the side effects of bullying. The season 2 of the series is in the making.

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