The drama about politics in Washington, DC was based on a book by Michael Dobbs and a British show by Andrew Davies. David Fincher directed the first two episodes, and Robin Wright, Kate Mara, and Kevin Spacey played lead roles. After six years, the show ended in 2018.
BoJack Horseman, a rare animation-for-adults show, followed an anthropomorphic horse who was a 1990s star trying to comeback with an autobiography. The popular show aired for six seasons.
The show, which was created by Chris Brancato, Carlo Bernard, and Doug Miro, was one of Netflix's biggest bets. It followed the top levels of drug cartels and their fights with the DEA, with Pablo Escobar's story coming up a lot.
The Duffer Brothers' science fiction show takes place in a fictional Indiana town where strange things happen. The show is one of Netflix's most popular, inspired by Spielberg, King, and Lovecraft.
Based on the same-named book, the show showed how the FBI's Behavioural Science Unit was formed and how criminal profiling began. Many of America's deadliest criminals and three very determined psychologists were in it, and David Fincher was in charge.
The four-season show followed school teens in Moorland, England, as they struggled with sexual intimacy.
Netflix's first Yiddish miniseries followed a young Jewish woman from New York who escapes her ultra-conservative community to Berlin to make more of her life.