10 Best Netflix Original Series to watch | Challenge

10 Best Netflix Original Series to watch | Challenge

I have to say that Netflix has been serving its divine purpose. It’s like saying, “You get what you pay for.” Truth be told, Netflix has lived up to my expectation. I don’t expect much, anyway. 😀 As long as the things I watch inspire me, tickle my curiosity, make me burst into laughter or tears, and create bubbles of thoughts in my head, I’ll gladly stick around. I don’t watch anything merely out of boredom. It should be like a well of wisdom that I can fetch one from. That being said, trailers are big for me.

While there are actually dozens of worth binge-watching series on Netflix, I’d like to recommend my 10 picks of the bunch. These are the original series that recently have made quite an impact on me. I won’t be saying anything but my favorite quotes I picked up from each series. They may be just lines from the well crafted scripts but I can relate to them. It’s my intention not to give you any hint about the series. Just go discover why they’re on the list. 😉

  1. Orange Is The New Black


    “All problems are boring until they’re your own.” — Red

  2. Marco Polo

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    “An action committed in anger is an action doomed to failure. So said our grandfather, Genghis Khan.” — Kublai Khan

  3. Sense 8

    sense 8

    “I want to believe that the past is done with us the moment we are done with it.” — Sun

  4. Stranger Things

    stranger things

    “You shouldn’t like things just because people tell you you’re supposed to.” — Jonathan

  5. The Sound of Your Heart

    the sound of your heart

    “My dream was simple. To show people my cartoons. But when the dream came true, it became my job. I’ve been doing that job everyday. And I forgot that I was living the dream. And my family helped me to make my dream come true.” — Cho Seok

  6. The OA

    the oa

    “The biggest mistake I made was believing that if I cast a beautiful net, I’d catch only beautiful things.” — Prairie Johnson

  7. Black Mirror

    black mirror

    “I’ve come to the rather unsettling belief that a memory can kill.” — Absalom Milton

  8. Luke Cage

    luke cage

    “Always forward, Pop. Forward always.” — Luke Cage

  9. Grace and Frankie

    grace and frankie

    “I gained another pound today. But I think it’s a pound of knowledge.” — Frankie

  10. Chewing Gum
    chewing gum

    “What do you want from life?” — Tracey

    Have you watched them yet? If so, what is/are your favorite quote/s?

And to my fellow bloggers, I challenge you to post your 10 best too! Ping me back so others can see your list here. Spread the challenge!

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57 responses

  1. Great post! 🙂 I have seen all series of “Black mirror” and it’s truly a masterpiece. Never gets boring.


  2. Love this post! I’m always asking what others recommend on Netflix and here it is! 😊 House of Cards and Narcos for sure!


  3. I was recently introduced to this one called West World. if you’re looking for thought bubbles,this could be a good inducer for one. I’ve only seen a couple of episodes but it has me interested.


  4. I’m here by way of Nikki’s Meet and Greet. It sounds like we are both reluctant Netflix fans (because there is too much living to do on this side of the screen). However, my wife and I have seen quite a few episodes of Orange is the new Black and the OA so we’ll have to check out the other 8. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. You should watch Santa Clarita Diet! It’s new and I think it’s totally funny. I’ve been meaning to watch Stranger Things also, but I’ve never been able to get into it for some reason. I’m bummed because everyone always raves about it!

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  6. Marco Polo is my favorite on your list (of the two that I’ve seen) and I enjoyed everything about it, the stories, the acting and the scenery! My favorite quote is
    “It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not.” Hundred Eyes

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  7. Greenleaf is an excellent series. I must admit that I am usually not a big fan of Oprah, but I think this shows has many hidden messages for today’s times. Even though I may not agree with some of the view points, I think they do an excellent job of presenting them!

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