Netflix is one of the most popular online streaming platforms worldwide. With the addition of new genres, languages, and stories in the past few years, the popularity of Netflix has skyrocketed. One limited to American and English series, the platform has added diversity to its content by introducing films and series from India, Korea, and several other parts of the world.

The platform has also gained huge popularity in the Indian subcontinent. When Netflix entered the Indian market in 2015, it had just 0.5 million users to talk about stats. The number surged to more than 2.5 million paid users by the end of the year 2020. It goes without declaring that the demand for Netflix increased significantly in 2020-21. The OTT platform now has close to 3 million users, which speaks volumes about the large-scale acceptance of the unique platform in the Indian market.

The increase in user base is reflected in the firm’s revenue. Thus the platform has increased its presence in the region. However, the platform’s mass popularity is limited to the presence of Indian content on the platform. The presence of quality content in English is still the major reason Netflix gets popular among the youths and the millennials. Shows like Dark, Money Heist, Vampire Diaries, and Sacred Games were worth the hype, and it is shows like this that make Netflix one of the best content platforms in the world. As they say, “Content Is The King,” and Netflix never fails in providing quality content. So What to watch on Netflix now? Don’t worry, we’ve got that covered for you.

The Crown:

There can’t be a better time than this to revisit the story of the British royals at a time when the conflict between the queen and Prince Harry’s wife Meghan Markle is there in the open. The crown has been created by Peter Morgan. He tells the story of the trouble in Princess Diana and Prince Charles’s paradise. The creator has depicted the ill-fitted couple with sheer finesse. It also shows the story of the rift between the queen and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

The Queen’s Gambit:

The American period drama directed by Scott Frank is the adaptation of the novel of the same name that was penned by Walter Tevis in 1983. Beth Harmon’s story is about an orphan chess prodigy whose aim is to become the world’s best chess player. While the story is fictional, the connection established with the audience makes it feel absolutely real. The plot of the series is set in the 1950s and 1960s. It has received exceptional audience response since its release.

Selling Sunset:

Selling Sunset is an American reality TV series that is divided into three seasons. Created by Adam DiVello, the series covers the stories of high-end residential properties in Los Angeles that are marketed by Oppenheim Group’s real estate brokerage firm. It is the story of agents and their personal and professional life. While the genre of the show is reality TV, its authenticity has been questioned by several celebrities.

Indian Matchmaking:

Don’t confuse the word ‘India’ in the series title for less popular. While the series revolves around India’s matchmaking scene, it got a great response in different parts of the world. At the center of the stage is Seema Taparia. She travels from the United States to India to establish a match for marriage among her various clients from India and the US. There are emotion, drama, and an insight into today’s world’s customs and traditions in the series.

Unsolved Mysteries:

You have every right to get excited after reading the word ‘Mystery’ in the title, and that’s what this 593 episode documentary is — Exciting. The creators of the series are John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer. Since then, the 15 season series first came out in 1987 and received praise from the audience across the world. It is a one of its kind series as real-life mysteries have been told using the documentary form of storytelling. The documentary covers different topics, including paranormal activities and unexplained disappearance. Do the mysteries get solved? Watch to find out.

Blood and Water:

This series will add diversity to your watchlist and your knowledge. Blood and Water is a South African Netflix original that was released in May 2020. Ama Qamata is playing the role of lead character Puleng. The story revolves around Puleng, a teenage schoolgirl, and her sister Phumele. She was kidnapped for trafficking shortly after her birth. While searching for Phumele, Puleng uncovers several other secrets that her family has kept from her. How will she react to all this? Watch to find out.

Never Have I Ever:

Never Have I Ever
Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever is a Comedy-Drama TV series created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher. The plot of the story mainly revolves around Kaling’s childhood days in Boston. Critics worldwide have hailed the series for breaking the Asian stereotypes. The global praise for the series resulted in Netflix renewing the series in 2020 for a second season. Devi Vishwakumar, a 15-year-old girl from Sherman Oaks, is at the center of the story. Devi wants to change her social status while overcoming the challenges posed by friends, family, and her own feelings.