Netflix: What are the 25 best series in history still available in July? | Chronicle

It is this winter season, it is a great opportunity to take advantage of those free moments that are up to date watching some of the series offered by the streaming platform Netflix. Which month by month it renews its catalog to offer users the best series.

On this occasion, we recommend a ranking of the best 25 series in history. Obviously one of those that are still available on the platform, because among the list were several highly acclaimed by the public that no longer make up the available catalog.

This ranking was made based on the specialized site IMDB. Some of these series are even original productions of the streaming platform, and others are productions that will remain forever in people’s memory.

1. The Last Dance

Millions of people have already seen this docuseries produced by ESPN and Netflix, focused on the basketball legend Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls 1997-98 season. A time that, as lovers of this sport know, would also be Jordan’s last on this team.

This production premieres one chapter per week, in which juicy revelations are made, as well as a succession of biographical, sporting and anecdotal events that make it one of the most entertaining documentary series of Netflix,

2. Breaking Bad

A whole classic. Yes, this American television series created and produced by Vince Gilligan, the same from Better Call Saul.

Since 2008, this chemistry professor suffering from cancer was suffered and sometimes even understood, Walter White (Bryan Cranston), who due to financial problems begins to “cook” and sell methamphetamine with a former student, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul).

There are endearing characters, all parts of the violent mafia that was woven underground in the city of Albuquerque, and among them how to forget the lawyer Saul Goodman and Gus Fring’s henchman, Mike Ehrmantraut.

You missed it? Now you have the opportunity to see it continuously and it is advisable to do so, because its five seasons (the last divided into two parts) were praised by the public and critics.

In fact, the latter gave him several awards, including the Emmy for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series for Bryan Cranston in 2009 and 2010, and the Best Series in 2013.

3. Rick and Morty

It was out of the catalog of Netflix for a couple of months in 2018, but in December of that year – and with almost no warning whatsoever – Rick and morty they came back with a new season.

If you haven’t seen it yet, give it a try, because it’s one of the best animated series in recent years (and probably of all time).

The story follows Rick S├ínchez, a genius scientist and quite drunk who returns to his daughter’s house after several years of absences. It is there where he meets his grandson Morty, a 14-year-old who does not stand out for his intelligence, nor for his social skills (nor for anything other than constantly failing).

Both live entertaining and bizarre adventures in the Multiverse, traveling without limits through time and space, and knowing tremendously strange realities.

4. Avatar: The Last Airbender

One of the best animated series for children is Avatar the last Airbender. This is an adorable and fantastic story created by Nickelodeon that anyone will love.

In this you will see a young monk named Aang, who is the avatar who can control the four elements (water, fire, earth and wind). Everything, because he is destined to bring balance to the world despite his youth.

But one day the fire nation declares war on the world and this monk, under pressure, escapes, freezing for several years. When he wakes up and sees that the world is in crisis, together with a group of friends he decides to stop those who have brought the imbalance to his land.

5. It’s okay not to be okay

Since its premiere last June, this Korean drama has captured millions of people around the world and quickly became one of the most popular Asian drama or series this year.

A somewhat dark story like the stories written by its protagonist, a young and successful author of children’s stories that seem taken from the gothic imaginary of Tim Burton.

She is even like one of the protagonists of her stories: she is extremely beautiful, but also evil, arrogant and manipulative.

She is also tremendously obsessive, something that will become clear when she meets Moon Gang Tae (Soo Hyun Kim), a young nursing assistant, in a hospital.

The list of the best series in history

6. This is how they see us

7. Fargo

8. Gambito

9. Black Mirror

10. Stranger Things

11. Peaky Blinders

12. House of Cards

13. Narcos

14. Paranormal

15. Dark

16. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

17. Cobra Kai

18. Better Call Saul

19. The Crown

20. Navillera

21. The Curse of Hill House

22. BoJack Horseman

23. Love, Death + Robots

24. Mindhunter

25. Young Highnesses