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Netflix Best Series to Watch Now (Updated 2023)



Netflix Best Series to Watch Now (Updated 2022)

If you love to stream movie shows and series, like myself, you will enjoy these series from Netflix this 2022, given the number of streams they have gathered on Netflix since their release. The best Netflix series for the year 2022 so far include:

  • Ozark: Season 4
  • The Lincoln Lawyer: Season 1
  • Workin’ Moms: Season 6
  • Bridgerton: Season 2
  • The Circle: Season 4
  • Grace and Frankie: Season 7
  • Bling Empire: Season 2
  • Savage Beauty: Season 1
  • Anatomy of a Scandal: Limited

Ozark: Season 4

Ozark: Season 4

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The Ozark series has been around for a while, but if you’re just catching the tail end now, there’s no better time than Spring 2022 to jump back in the series. This crime drama has been praised for its unique take on its characters’ genre and realistic portrayal. The series follows financial planner Marty Byrde as he and his family relocate from Chicago to rural Missouri to avoid being caught by the FBI for money laundering. There are plenty more twists and turns throughout this series, enough so that we can guarantee you won’t be bored when watching season 4 of this crime drama.

The Lincoln Lawyer: Season 1

The Lincoln Lawyer - Season 1

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The Lincoln Lawyer is an upcoming American drama television series based on the 2005 novel of the same name by Michael Connelly. The first season of The Lincoln Lawyer consisted of 10 one-hour episodes and was released in early 2022. Matthew McConaughey stars as Mickey Haller, a criminal defense lawyer who operates out of his Lincoln Town Car.

Workin’ Moms: Season 6

Workin' Moms - Season 6

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The first season of workin’ Moms was first aired in 2017 and was produced in Canada. The series follows the story of four mothers as they navigate the work/life balance challenges. The show is set in Toronto, Canada, and has received many awards, including the Canadian Screen Award for Best Comedy Series.

Bridgerton: Season 2

Bridgerton: Season 2

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The Bridgerton series is a period drama TV series based on Julia Quinn’s novels. Season 2 will feature The Viscount Who Loved Me, the eighth book in the Bridgerton family saga. Aside from focusing on the marriageable members of this illustrious family, it also tells stories about their parents and siblings as they find love outside their nuptial circles. Each season spans four books and will be released every two years from 2020 until 2022 when Season 3 ends with A Lady by Midnight (the fourth book).

The Circle: Season 4

The Circle - Season 4

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Netflix announced and released the fourth season of The Circle in 2023. This show is a reality TV series that follows a group of people who live in the same apartment building, but they don’t meet face-to-face. Instead, they communicate through video cameras. The characters compete to get more views on their videos and become famous on social media. In each episode, one person gets evicted from the game based on votes from viewers at home.

Grace and Frankie: Season 7

Grace and Frankie: Season 7

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Grace and Frankie have always been there for each other. But that all changes when their husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to get married. In this new season, Grace and Frankie will continue their journey as ex-spouses who must redefine the relationships and lives that were once so familiar. With their children now grown up, this series explores what it means to grow older together in a world where sex is no longer taboo, but marriage equality doesn’t exist yet. By the end of this season 7, the series will have completed its proposed 94 episodes.

Bling Empire: Season 2

Bling Empire: Season 2

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Bling Empire Season 2 is the second installment of this drama series that follows the life of a group of people who work in the jewelry business. The first season aired on Netflix in 2019 and was well-received, so it’s not surprising they have ordered a second season. 13 episodes in this new season premiered on February 14, 2022. The cast includes Christine Chiu (Kiung), Kevin Kreider (Phonsek), Anna Shay (Mia Lem3), Kane Lim (Tsoi Fei), Cherie Chan (Wong Sum Yi), and Kelly Mi Li (Lai Ling), and Guy Tang (Eddy).

Savage Beauty: Season 1

Savage Beauty - Season 1

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The show is based on the book Savage Beauty: The Life of Edna St. Vincent Millay by Nancy Milford, published in 2000. The show is a limited series and stars Elizabeth Olsen as Edna St. Vincent Millay and Mary-Kate Olsen as her sister Norma.

Anatomy of a Scandal: Limited

Anatomy of a Scandal - Limited

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Anatomy of a Scandal is about the British Prime Minister’s husband and his affair with a young woman named Abigail, his former student when he was an Oxford professor. It’s based on the book by John Preston, so expect it to be quite different from what you’ve seen in other recent political dramas like The Good Fight or House of Cards. The eight-part series began streaming on April 11th, 2022.

The cast includes Ben Chaplin as James Keziah Delaney (the prime minister), Harriet Walter as Lady Celia Mountford (a member of parliament), James Northcote as Richard Carlisle (a journalist at The Spectator), and Hayley Atwell as Abigail Amesford/Amesbury (the woman involved in the scandal). This series delivers on its promise of thrills and turns so far.

Kevin Afoma Onwuagbanusi is a freelance writer and a graduate of Mechanical Engineering (BEng.) and Masters in Accounting (MSc) with 8+ years of experience writing across several niches, with a remarkable likeness to crypto, and personal finances, automotive, games, and technology.