The 5 best Netflix series of 2021

Netflix is ​​one of the most original content production platforms on the planet – and it’s not for no reason that it carries some of the most anticipated projects by audiences.

2021 has already presented us with several amazing works, such as ‘Snake Kai’, ‘For All Boys 3’, ‘Ginny and Georgia’, ‘Shadows and Bones’, ‘The Innocent’ and many more.

However, there are plenty of other titles slated to get viewers moving, and for that reason CinePOP has separated a short list with five of the service’s most anticipated series for 2021.

Check out our picks below and let us know which one you’re most excited to watch:


Premiere: June 11, 2021

The global phenomenon ‘Lupine’ has become one of the streaming platform’s best original productions and a favorite with critics. Months after the Season 1 premiere, the series will return with a second round full of twists and turns over the next half of 2021, starring Omar Sy as “Masked Thief” Assane Diop.

Premiere: July 2021

The ‘Resident Evil: In the Absolute Dark’ animation promises to revitalize the acclaimed and well-known gaming franchise and will take place years after the events of ‘Resident Evil 4’. In the plot, Leon and Claire face a horde of mysterious zombies that notably involve the White House and secret documents hidden by the President of the United States.

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Premiere: 2021

Season 3 of the thriller ‘You’ is also one of the most anticipated comebacks of the year and will obviously feature Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti reprising their roles as Joe and Love. More than that, the next episodes will feature many new actors and actresses, including Scott Michael Foster and Tati Gabrielle.

Premiere: 2021

Shonda Rhimes continues her wave of original productions for Netflix, and after ‘Bridgerton’ the miniseries ‘Inventing Anna’ promises to win the hearts of audiences. Based on real facts, the plot revolves around a journalist investigating the case of Anna Delvey, a legendary German heiress who robbed the stage of the classic New York music scene – and who stole music. money to many rich. Julia Garner, Laverne Cox and Anna Chmlusky are in the cast.

Premiere: 2021

After delays and disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 3rd season of “Sex Education” began filming late last year and is slated to debut in 2021 on Netflix. The beloved series promises to step up the dose of comedy even further by exploring the many faces of teenage sex life – guided by the incredible performances of Asa Butterfield, Emma Mackey, Gillian Anderson and Ncuti Gatwa.

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