Netflix Best TV Series: Here are the 10 highest rated series on Netflix UK, ranked by Rotten Tomatoes – The Scotsman

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While reports say Netflix lost subscribers for the first time in a decade this year, a whole host of top content has been launched in 2022 – so it surely won’t be long before they come back.
The platform has seen a number of critically acclaimed series and documentaries released on its platform over the last year that have been huge hits, such as Squid Game.
Booming in popularity Netflix for near on a decade now, the value of being able to stream hundreds of content at the touch of a button became all the more important when the world was plunged into lockdown over the course of the last two years, with the bulk of the globe tuning into Netflix for their fix of excellent TV.
And it has to be said that Netflix have been particularly prolific when it comes to their production of numerous successful TV shows that audiences have fallen in love with.
However, with such a bulk of choice, it can become difficult to decide what to begin next.
But don’t worry, we’ve put together a list of the 10 highest rated series currently on Netflix by using ratings from highly respected review site Rotten Tomatoes, with every show on this list given a 100 per cent rating on the Tomatometer.
10 highest ranked movies on Netflix, as per Rotten Tomatoes
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Popular TV show Feel Good sees Mae Martin, a comedian and recovering addict, tries to get a hold of her life but things complicate further when she starts dating George.
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Part comedy, part drama, The Babysitter's Club follows a group of five school friends decide to launch their very own babysitting business in Connecticut.
Dirty Money is a Netflix original television series which tells stories of corporate corruption, securities fraud, and creative accounting.
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In The Confession Killer sees serial killer Henry Lee Lucas rise to infamy when he confesses to hundreds of unsolved murders which bring closure to grieving family. However – are these confession legitimate or fallacy?
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