What to see on Netflix Prime 10 Rankings on January 14th

The Netflix Top 10 list doesn’t show how many people watch a program, but it does show which shows the most people watch. In the top 10 list for Thursday January 14th, Shonda Rhimes’ play Bridgerton still tops the list, while the French crime series Lupine ranks second. The top 5 are rounded off by the true crime series Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer, the Karate Kid sequel Cobra Kai and the Bad Boys spin-off LA’s Finest.

But of the Netflix Top 10, which of these shows and movies are really worth watching? We break down the entire Netflix top 10 list and walk you through what to do and what to skip.

The best TV shows and movies on Netflix in November 2020

Based on Netflix’s top 10 as of January 14th

1. Bridgerton

For fans of: Contemporary pieces, lots of sex scenes | It is good?: It is a very fun watch that will get you addicted

Produced by Shonda Rhimes, this piece accompanies Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) through her first season in London society and her roller-coaster ride falling in love with a reluctant Duke (Rege-Jean Page). It’s like Pride and Prejudice met Gossip Girl and Scandal on one show. (Rank yesterday: 1)

2. Lupine

For fans of: French crime, people watch as they raid | It is good?: It’s a very fun distraction that is easy to overcome

Omar Sy plays Assan’s Diop, a man who is essentially a French Bruce Wayne, if Batman was more of a cat burglar than a dark knight. Diop begins the series by attempting to steal a precious necklace from the Louvre in a major raid to get revenge on the wealthy family who were responsible for the father’s death several years earlier. From then on, the robberies and tricks are even more fun and always performed under the guise of being the good guy. (Rank yesterday: 3)

3. Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer

For fans of: True crime, feeling insecure | It is good?: If you are interested in crime documentaries this is a must see

It’s Los Angeles in 1985 (why was life in LA so dangerous in the 80s?), And a relentless serial killer who only strikes at night is terrorizing the city. That’s the requirement for Night Stalker, and this documentary traces his crimes and focuses on the two detectives who tried to catch him. It’s engaging, scary, and only four episodes long. (Rank yesterday: n / a)

4. Cobra Kai

For fans of: 80s nostalgia, well choreographed karate scenes | It is good?: It’s pretty adorable

Originally a YouTube series, Cobra Kai – now in its third season, first as a Netflix Original – is the sequel to the Karate Kid film series that you didn’t know you needed. The twist here is that it’s mostly told from the perspective of Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka), whose life never really recovered after Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) kicked his nose on the other side of his face. (Rank yesterday: 3)

5. LA’s Finest

For fans of: Gabrielle Union, Jessica Alba, Spin-Offs | It is good?: You are probably better off just watching the Bad Boys movies

In this series, which is a spin-off of the Bad Boys franchise, Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba star as two Los Angeles cops who recently became partners. It’s a pretty standard police practice that never really matches the energy of the films that inspired it. (Rank yesterday: 4)

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6. We can be heroes

For fans of: Mid-2000s nostalgia, superheroes | It is good?: It’s a standard sequel, but fans of the original will likely appreciate it

In this sequel to The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D, Sharkboy and Lavagirl are all grown up by now, and because this is a movie for kids (well, technically – mostly for Gen Z-er if you ask us), is it up to their children to save the world from an alien invasion. Priyanka Chopra, Pedro Pascal and Christian Slater play the main roles. (Rank yesterday: 5)

7. Cocomelon

For fans of: Vegetable puree, pacifier | It is good?: Safe for babies

Colorful items, preschool songs, and big-headed babies make this catnip for toddlers and younger kids who have the time. (Rank yesterday: 6)

8. Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio

For fans of: Be inspired, good singers | It is good?: If you want your TV to feel good and emotional, this is the show for you

Singer Jenni Rivera (played here by Angélica Celaya) tells the story of how she came about in this series that follows her unlikely rise as a banda superstar. (Rank yesterday: 9)

9. Gabby’s dollhouse

For fans of: Cats (both real and animated), paints, crafts | It is good?: Kids love it

A girl and her cat pal go on a series of adventures in a doll’s house, and kids are guaranteed to enjoy watching them do so. (Rank yesterday: 8)

10. Survive death

For fans of: Think of Death, the opening credits of The X-Files | It is good?: It’s crazy, but not that convincing

Wanna see something crazy Directed by Ricki Stern (survivor Jeffrey Epstein), this documentary attempts to ask if there is life after death (no problem!) By delving into near-death experiences, psychological media, and other creepy stories. It is not enough to win over sensible skeptics. (Rank yesterday: 7)

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