Based on a novel by Michael Dobbs and a British show by Andrew Davies, the drama about Washington DC politics kickstarted Netflix's original programming slate, with David Fincher directing the first two episodes, and Robin Wright, Kate Mara, and Kevin Spacey starring. The show ended in 2018 after six seasons.
A rare animation-for-adults show, BoJack Horseman followed an anthropomorphic horse who used to be a star in the 1990s and is attempting to stage a comeback with an autobiography. The show was a major hit, and ran for six seasons.
One of Netflix's biggest bets, the show, created by Chris Brancato, Carlo Bernard, and Doug Miro, followed the upper echelons of drug cartels and their battles with the DEA, prominently featuring the story of notorious neo-warlord Pablo Escobar.
Created by The Duffer Brothers, the science fiction show in set in a fictitious town in Indiana where strange things start to happen. Inspired by the works of Steven Spielberg, Stephen King, and H.P. Lovecraft, among others, the show is one of Netflix's most loved productions.
Adapted from a book of the same name, the show followed the creation of the FBI's Behavioural Science Unit and the birth of criminal profiling. It featured many of America's deadliest criminals, and three very determined psychologists, with David Fincher calling the shots.
The four-season show followed the trials and tribulations of school-going teenagers with relation to sexual intimacy in the town of Moorland in England.
Netflix's first Yiddish production, the miniseries followed a young Jewish woman from New York who is stifled by the ultra-conservative values of her community and escapes to Berlin in a bid to make more of her life.