With so many ‘must-see’ series available, our helpful list makes it easy to decide what to watch on Netflix, Disney+ or Amazon Prime
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With so many TV shows vying for our attention, it’s harder than ever to know which shows are really worth your time.
Day after day, we are bombarded with so-called ‘must-see’ shows, making it all too easy to feel like you’re missing out.
Handy, streaming hub Reelgood.com has dropped a large amount of the quality that its monthly users are most passionate about.
From there, we’ve compiled a list of the ten best movies currently streaming on Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime, and all the other major services – faster – but no less sweet.
So have a cup of tea and let us help you decide what to watch tonight:
Moon Knight (Disney +)
Based on the Marvel Comics paranormal character, Moon Knight stars Oscar Isaacs – who is known for playing Poe Dameron in Star Wars – as the main hero.
Baffled by a power outage and what appears to be a hallucination of another life, gentle gift shop worker Steven Grant discovers he has dissociative identity disorder, sharing his body with Mercenary Marc Spector. It’s not long before dark forces begin to gather and the pair must navigate their way through a gripping deadly mystery involving the forces of powerful Egyptian gods.
The series had generally positive reviews, particularly praising the performances of Isaac and Hawke and its darker tone than previous MCU series. It has an IMDb rating of 7.5.
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Many have taken this fierce modern drama, rather deftly, to their hearts. The show stars Charlie, a sensitive and neurotic gay overthinking, and Charlie, a good-natured Rugby player, who meet at an all-boys grammar school. They quickly become friends – but could it lead to something more? This very popular show is based on the hugely successful graphic novel by Alice Oseman. Goggleboxers love the series and chances are you will too. With realistic dialogue and gentle emotional scenes, it’s no wonder that this show is making viewers stop watching. It has an IMDb rating of 8.9.
Better than Call Saul (Netflix)
Returning with a new episode on Tuesday, May 17, this hugely popular series first aired in 2015. Set six years ago when Saul Goodman met Walter White in the hit series. Bridge Breaking Bad, this prequel has proven to be interesting bit by bit.
In it, we follow the transformation of small-time Chicago scammer Jimmy McGill into Saul Goodman – who inevitably puts ‘criminal’ in ‘crime attorney’.
Prized for its masterful storytelling and engaging plot, the comedy Better Call Saul is now streaming on Netflix and available for purchase on iTunes and Prime Video. It has an IMDb rating of 8.8.
This gripping courtroom thriller offers a rare and substantial look inside a high-profile murder trial that is sure to keep you off the sofa. Directed by Oscar-winning Jean-Xavier de Lestrade, Staircase leads us down a murky street in 2001, where author Michael Peterson was accused of murdering his wife Kathleen.
Her body was found lying in a pool of blood on the stairs of their home.
With unprecedented access to Peterson’s attorneys and immediate family, de Lestrade’s cameras truly provide a unique and authentic view of the proceedings. With more twists than conventional Chubby Checker, The Staircase is sure to keep you guessing. It has an IMDb rating of 7.9.
Yellowstone (Amazon Prime)
Kevin Costner plays Montana rancher John Dutton, the head of a family that controls the largest adjacent ranch in America. Constantly threatened by land developers, Indian reservations, and America’s first national park, the Dutton family has a huge task at hand to defend themselves. Whether it’s the thrills of old-school-style justice frontiers or the stunning vistas of Montana, there’s a lot to like in Yellowstone. Given the density of characters and plot, it’s hard not to get carried away by them all. It has an IMDb rating of 8.7.
Attorney Lincoln (Netflix)
Underrated after an accident, morally unscrupulous LA Attorney Mickey Haller is pulled back into the legal world for the sake of a professional murder. Mickey gives up office life and starts working on his Lincoln town car, which offers viewers a nifty change of scenery instead of the usual interior shots synonymous with TV shows like that. While it’s certainly a bit goofy, this refreshing crime and drama has proved hugely popular with the streaming public. It has an IMDb rating of 7.5
This high-profile drama with a top cast sees a financial advisor drag his family from Chicago to the famed Missouri Ozarks, where he must launder $500 million over 5 years to rub his family. calm a drug lord. More like a mixed and darker Brewster’s Millions, if you will. Ozark has a well-developed plot and characters that are motivated by realistic desires, giving the series an air of realism often lacking in today’s TV series. A slow-motion recording gives the audience time to relax and sink into its murky world without ever feeling overwhelmed. It has an IMDb rating of 8.5.
Quit (Apple TV+)
This workplace thriller sees central character Mark Scout leading a group of office workers whose memories are torn between their work and personal lives. This procedure – known as Quitting – splits the brains of workers, allowing them to effectively skip work eight hours a day to focus on their daily lives. Or vice versa (quite unattractive!). The show becomes even more intriguing when a mysterious co-worker shows up outside of work hours, embarking on a journey to uncover the truth about their work. A crazy premise, quitting is certainly very different. It has an IMDb audience rating of 8.7.
Flight attendant (NowTV)
This sleek black comedy sees flight attendant Cassandra Bowden hangover awake in a Dubai hotel room with a dead body lying next to her.
Scared to call the police (yes, bad idea!) She extremely chooses to continue her mornings as if nothing had happened. But then in New York, she was questioned by FBI agents who wanted to know about her recent layoff in Bangkok. Still struggling to piece together what happened in Dubai, she begins to wonder if she might be the killer. The critically-acclaimed flight attendant has a new episode airing on May 19. It has an IMDb rating of 7.1.
Slow Horse (Apple TV+)
This tense spy thriller follows a dysfunctional MI5 task force — and their nasty boss, the infamous Jackson Lamb — as they navigate the smoke and mirrors of the spy world to protect protect England from dark forces. Starring the relatable Gary Oldman and Jack Lowden, the duo makes for a fuzzy double act. Their gruff demeanor sparks a few laughs along the way in this gritty spy story you won’t want to miss. It has an IMDb rating of 7.8