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Best shows to watch on Netflix 2023

OTT has taken over the theatres and now become a primary entertainment source. Let’s find out the best 5 shows on Netflix of 2023. 

1- Queen Cleopatra

Because it dared to cast Adele James, a British actress of African ancestry, as Cleopatra herself in the upcoming four-part series Queen Cleopatra, the show has already stirred up controversy in Egypt. Certain Egyptians and historians have criticised James’ casting as inaccurate to conventional depictions of the illustrious historical character. However, some have contended that the earlier interpretations were flawed. Ironically, James’ performance is one of the programme’s highlights, a hybrid talk show/drama.

2- Mulligan

Generally speaking, a mulligan is a second chance. An opportunity to succeed on a second or third try. In Mulligan, a new adult animated series created by Tina Fey, humanity is given a second chance after a terrible alien invasion in which slightly more than 1,000 individuals survive.

3- Drama

In an alternate history shown in the smash-hit Netflix series Bridgerton, black people were prominent members of Britain’s upper society in the early 19th century. As young Charlotte (India Amarteifio) ascends to power in 1761 as the wife of King George III (Corey Mylchreest), Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, the prequel series, tells how this chronology changed.

4- Firefly Lane

Although a second season of Firefly Lane has been ordered, Kate Mularkey (Sarah Chalke) and Tully Hart (Katherine Heigl) have reached their destination. The series centres on their friendship and examines it across different stages of their lives, from their adolescent years to middle age in the present.

5- The Diplomat

In Felicity, Keri Russell portrayed an all-American girl, while in The Americans, she portrayed a dangerous Russian agent. Therefore, it makes sense that Netflix cast Russell as the main character in The Diplomat, a new political drama resembling Homeland while also influenced by The West Wing. Debora Cahn, the creator of the series, contributed to both of those programmes, so it makes sense.

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