A description of the best TV series on Netflix in early 2019.
The best TV series that immerse you in exciting stories, from realistic to
science fiction, but each story has a common characteristic, it keeps you
attached to the screen for all nights.
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25. Alias Grace


Based on the historical novel by Margaret Atwood and directed by Mary
Harron with many chills of psychological horror, this fantastic Canadian
limited series is a beautifully constructed wonder. In 1859, in Canada, the
“famous assassin” Grace Marks undergoes an interview with Dr. Simon Jordan,
and their conversation brings to light a pattern of violence and trauma,
which Alias Grace turns into a glittering mystery , a biographical
portrait, a period drama and a ferocious treatment of the distance between
what we call “evil” and the fanciful ways in which men cause it.

24. American Crime Story: The People v. OJ Simpson


In a year defined by a certain nauseating nostalgia for the 1990s, from
Fuller House to the presidential elections, FX’s dramatization of the show
of the decade was closer to capturing both zeitgeists at the same time:
what made “the process of the century “and the one who revived our
obsession with it. Anchored by Courtney B. Vance and Sarah Paulson as
Johnnie Cochran and Marcia Clark, American Crime Story transforms the
salacity of a tabloid-ready saga into a powerful, surprisingly contained,
“identity politics” in action treatment, in which the seeds of our own
faults – race, gender, class – were sown in the aftermath of Reagan, the
Cold War and the Los Angeles riots. The most impressive thing of all,
perhaps, is that the series manages to torment the suspense of a
twenty-year case that has already unfolded live on television, becoming
that now rare weapon of a previous cultural moment: the viewing of

23. Mindhunter


The name and description might suggest that this is a typical network
procedure: FBI agents interview psychopaths to capture the killers. But
Mindhunter is as much Mad Men as Law & Order. Produced by David Fincher and
Charlize Theron, the story follows two real-life agents, Holden Ford
(Jonathan Groff, Hamilton’s original King George III on Broadway) and Bill
Tench (Holt McCallany), along with consultant psychologist Dr. Wendy Carr
(Anna Torv) in the nascent FBI Behavioral science unit. The Joe Penhall
series is based on a real crime book with a similar title. Interviewing and
cataloging convicted serial killers (a phrase that the trio invents) leads
them to help in active cases, but it also influences each of their personal
lives in different ways. Cameron Britton is particularly unforgettable as
notorious assassin and necrophile Edmund Kemper.

22. Dear white people


Taken from the indie 2014 of creator Justin Simien, the original Netflix
series, narrated by Giancarlo Esposito from Breaking Bad and Better Call
Saul, replicates the spicy humor of the film without appearing to be stale
or static: its knives are sharp and targeted in all directions. Although
its main objective is the privilege of whites, both in the notorious
(black-faced parties) and banal (so-called “divisive” political forms),
Dear white peoples, established on the campus of a fictitious Ivy
University. League, it’s even more fun when you turn to the details of the
personal and ideological choices of the black students, transforming the
notion of “problematic beans”, from McRib to The Cosby Shownel, the engine
of their funny and incisive comedy.