Hailed as one of the greatest television shows ever made, the World War II drama adapted from Stephen E. Ambrose's book followed an American parachutist outfit from D-Day to the end of the war. Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg backed the show, uniting forces after Saving Privatee Ryan (1998).
Adapted from the book by noted novelist John le Carré, the show followed Jonathan Pine (Tom Hiddleston) and his insertion into an arms ring to bring down Richard Roper (Hugh Laurie).
A dramatisation of the catastrophic 1986 nuclear disaster in the USSR, the show was created by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck, with the likes of Jared Harris, Paul Ritter, and Emily Watson starring.
Netflix's first Yiddish show was inspired by the life of Deborah Feldman, the Maria Schrader-directed show followed a young Jewish woman who flees her ultra-orthodox community in New York and makes for Berlin in the hope of retaining her sense of self.
Adapted from the novel by Sally Rooney, the Lenny Abrahamsohn-helmed show followed two young adults (Daisy Edgar Jones and Paul Mescal) as they deal with life, love, friendship, and loss.
Directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, the show followed the machinations of the film industry in newly-independent India, and featured the likes of Prosenjit, Aditi Rao Hydari, Aparshakti Khurrana, Wamiqa Gabbi, and Siddhant Gupta.
Adapted from the Pulitzer-winning novel by Anthony Doerr, Shawn Levy's show followed the adventures of a visually-impaired French girl and a downtrodden genius of a German boy whose paths cross in World War II.