Netflix's 23 Original Shows Ranked From Worst To Best (23 pics)

Posted in INTERESTING       20 Jun 2016       6037       1 GALLERY VIEW

No. 23: 'Fuller House' — 35/100

Average critic score: 35/100

Audience score: 6.3

Netflix description: The Tanner family's adventures continue as DJ Tanner-Fuller shares a home with her sister Stephanie and friend Kimmy who help raise her three boys.

No. 22: 'Marseille' — 35/100

Average critic score: 35/100

Audience score: 6.4

Netflix description: As Marseille's mayor rallies support for a controversial casino project, his longtime protege prepares to take a bold step.

No. 21: 'Hemlock Grove' — 41/100

Average critic score: 41/100

Audience score: 6.7/10

Netflix description: A quaint town links a mangled corpse to a dark outsider with a carnivorous secret. But monsters come in many forms.

No. 20: 'Flaked' — 43/100

Average critic score: 43/100

Audience score: 2.6

Netflix description: In his funky California beach enclave, Chip's the go-to guy for personal insights. But he isn't quite as enlightened when it comes to his own baggage.

No. 19: 'Between' — 47/100

Average critic score: 47/100

Audience score: 4.8/10

Netflix description: After a mysterious disease kills every resident over 22 years old, survivors of a town must fend for themselves when the government quarantines them.

No. 18: 'Marco Polo' — 48/100

Average critic score: 48/100

Audience score: 8.3/10

Netflix description: An empire divided. A family torn apart by civil war. A legend who disrupts the balance of power.

No. 17: 'The Ranch' — 56/100

Average critic score: 56/100

Audience score: 7.7

Netflix description: Being a pro athlete didn't pan out for Colt. Now he's helping his dad and brother keep the ranch afloat, and figuring out how he fits into the family.

No. 16: 'Grace and Frankie' — 60/100

Average critic score: 60/100

Audience score: 7.85/10

Netflix description: Grace and Frankie think their lives in retirement are all set. Then their husbands declare their love for each other.

No. 15: 'Sense8' — 63/100

Average critic score: 63/100

Audience score: 8.2/10

Netflix description: Their gift of telepathic communication made them targets for extermination. But it's the one thing keeping them alive.

No. 14: 'Bloodline' — 67.5/100

Average critic score: 67.5/100

Audience score: 8.2/10

Netflix description: The Rayburns seem to have the perfect life in their lovely Florida town. But nobody's perfect — especially the Rayburns.

No. 13: 'Daredevil' — 71.5/100

Average critic score: 71.5/100

Audience score: 8.95/10

Netflix description: A boyhood accident blinded him. But now he can "see" even better. And he doesn't like what's going on in Hell's Kitchen.

No. 12: 'Love' — 72/100

Average critic score: 72/100

Audience score: 7.4

Netflix description: It's awkward. It's impossible. It's infuriating. And it may just be the best thing that's ever happened to them.

No. 11: 'Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp' — 74/100

Average critic score: 74/100

Audience score: 6.9/10

Netflix description: Sex. Booze. Rock-n-roll. Assassins. Feathered hair. Welcome to summer at Camp Firewood.

No. 10: 'BoJack Horseman' — 74.5/100

Average critic score: 74.5/100

Audience score: 8.65/10

Netflix description: He's a half-horse, half-man, has-been TV star who drinks a bit too much. He's really got a lot going on right now.

No. 9: 'F is for Family' — 75/100

Average critic score: 75/100

Audience score: 7.5

Netflix description: Dad's a powder keg. Mom's a basket base. And their three little angels are becoming master con artists. Welcome to 1973.

No. 8: 'W/ Bob and David' — 76/100

Average critic score: 76/100

Audience score: 7.8/10

Netflix description: Bob Odenkirk and David Cross harness the powers of time, space and the digital age to spread the joy of sketch comedy.

No. 7: 'House of Cards' — 77/100

Average critic score: 77/100

Audience score: 8.43/10

Netflix description: Is it true that absolute power corrupts absolutely? Congressman Frank Underwood absolutely intends to find out.

No. 6: 'Narcos' — 77/100

Average critic score: 77/100

Audience score: 9.1/10

Netflix description: First they got coke. Then they got money. Now the Colombian cartels want the power. Let the drug wars begin.

No. 5: 'The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' — 80/100

Average critic score: 80/100

Audience score: 7.85/10

Netflix description: What's a Midwest girl to do after she's spent the last 15 years trapped underground? Move to New York City, of course.

No. 4: 'Jessica Jones' — 81/100

Average critic score: 81/100

Audience score: 8.1/10

Netflix description: She's a gifted PI hiding a past that's left her broken but still fighting. Revenge may be sweet, but she isn't.

No. 3: 'Orange Is the New Black' — 84/100

Average critic score: 84/100

Audience score: 8.1/10

Netflix description: Piper Chapman doesn't deserve her prison sentence. Of course, every one of her fellow inmates thinks the same thing.

No. 2: 'Lady Dynamite' — 85/100

Average critic score: 85/100

Audience score: 6.9

Netflix description: Comedian Maria Bamford stars in a series inspired by her own life. It's the sometimes surreal story of a woman who loses — and then finds — her s**t.

No. 1: 'Master of None' — 91/100

Average critic score: 91/100

Audience score: 7.7/10

Netflix description: Dating, career, finding a great taco — it's all hard. But becoming a mature adult is a whole other degree of difficulty.

1   Comment ?
WitandWiticism 5 year s ago
"F is For Family" should be far lower, while "Flaked" should be much higher... not to mention Daredevil seeming too low.



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