The Top Ten Hottest TV Shows Streaming on Netflix Currently

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Delving into the myriad of selections on Netflix can be a mix of thrill and bewilderment. The platform offers a plethora of content spanning various genres, encompassing dramas, comedies, reality shows, and documentaries. Thankfully, there exists a compilation to streamline this process by showcasing the most favored Netflix series. Indeed, on a weekly basis, Netflix reveals the top 10 TV programs watched over a recent seven-day span.

Once a titan on the football field, Tom Brady now sits atop Netflix’s throne with his special holding the first-place position, overtaking Baby Reindeer. Joining the ranks of top 10 are new programs like the supernatural thriller Evil, the Irish satirical series Bodkin, and the American sitcom Reba. Presented below are the top 10 shows in the United States from 6th to 12th May, accompanied by fundamental details about each show, including its genre, rating, cast, and summary.

Additionally, we have curated a selection of the finest shows on Netflix, top films on Hulu, prime movies on Amazon, and top movies on Disney+. For Netflix enthusiasts, do check out the current top 10 movies streaming on Netflix.

10. The Asunta Case (2024)

10. The Asunta Case
Genre Crime, Drama
Cast Candela Peña, Tristán Ulloa, Carlos Blanco
Creators Ramón Campos, Gema R. Neira, Jon de la Cuesta, David Orea

Unveiling one of the most haunting real-life crime sagas in Spanish history, The Asunta Case unpacks a chilling narrative. On the 21st of September 2013, Rosario Porto (Candela Peña) and Alfonso Basterra (Tristán Ulloa) reported their 13-year-old adopted daughter, Asunta Fong Yang (Iris Whu), missing.

Tragically, Asunta’s lifeless body was discovered not far from Santiago, Spain, shortly after her disappearance. The autopsy revealed Asunta died due to asphyxiation and had nearly 30 Lorazepam pills in her system. Throughout the investigation, suspicions fall on the parents, as inconsistencies arise in their alibis. Could Asunta’s parents be linked to her untimely demise?

9. Reba season 1 (2001)

9. Reba season 1
Genre Comedy
Cast Reba McEntire, Christopher Rich, JoAnna Garcia
Creator Allison M. Gibson

Country music luminary Reba McEntire leads the charge in the 2000s sitcom Reba. McEntire assumes the role of Reba Hart, a Texan homemaker whose life takes an unexpected turn when her spouse, Brock (Christopher Rich), divorces her to be with his dental assistant, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman). As if divorce weren’t enough, Reba’s 17-year-old daughter Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) finds herself pregnant with her high school sweetheart, Van Montgomery’s (Steve Howey) child.

Following the split, Reba must navigate the challenges of single parenthood, tending to Cheyenne, her preteen daughter Kira (Scarlett Pomers), and her young son Jake (Mitch Holleman). Remarkably resilient, Reba embodies the stereotype of a hardworking single mother, making her the ideal matriarch to steer this unconventional household.

8. Kevin Hart: The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor (2024)

8. Kevin Hart: The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
Genre Comedy
Stars Kevin Hart, Jerry Seinfeld, Tiffany Haddish

Earning one of comedy’s most esteemed accolades, the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, bestowed by the Kennedy Center, is no small feat. Renowned names like Adam Sandler, Jon Stewart, Dave Chappelle, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and David Letterman form part of the illustrious list of 25 prize recipients. In 2024, this esteemed award was conferred upon the actor and stand-up comedian, Kevin Hart.

Recapture the essence of Hart’s induction ceremony in the Netflix special titled Kevin Hart: The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. This uproarious evening witnesses some of comedy’s brightest beacons taking the stage to humorously roast Hart and celebrate his accomplishment. Notable comics who graced the stage in Hart’s honor include Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Jimmy Fallon, Tiffany Haddish, Regina Hall, and Chelsea Handler.

7. Evil season 1 (2019)

7. Evil season 1
Genre Crime, Drama, Mystery
Cast Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi
Creators Michelle King, Robert King

One of the most under-recognized gems of recent years is Evil, CBS Studios’ inexplicable drama now on Paramount+. The Catholic Church grapples with an array of paranormal events, from demonic possessions to enigmatic miracles.

Seeking assistance, the Church initiates an inquiry into these anomalies and enlists Dr. Kristen Bouchard (Katja Herbers), a skeptical forensic psychologist; David Acosta (Mike Colter), a journalist turned Catholic priest with divine visions; and Ben Shakir (Aasif Mandvi), a tech savant who views science as the answer to all. Seize the opportunity to catch up on Evil season 1 before the premiere of season 4 on May 23, 2024, to be followed by a four-episode final season, drawing the series to a close.

6. Bodkin season 1 (2024)

6. Bodkin season 1
Genre Drama, Mystery
Cast Siobhán Cullen, Robyn Cara, Chris Walley
Creator Jez Scharf

In the riveting dark comedy series Bodkin, a team of podcasters endeavors to unravel a cold case. Gilbert Power (Will Forte) is an American podcaster who ventures to the Irish town of Bodkin to probe an unresolved mystery surrounding three vanished individuals during the town’s autumn festival, Samhain.

Accompanying Will in Bodkin are Emmy Sizergh (Robyn Cara), Gilbert’s podcasting assistant, and Dove Maloney (Siobhán Cullen), an investigative journalist from Ireland. As they delve into their investigation, they unearth concealed secrets hidden within the town. Bodkin stands as a child of the true-crime phenomenon, where the disappearances represent merely the initial layer of the unfolding narrative.

5. Selling The OC season 3 (2022)

5. Selling The OC season 3
Genre Reality
Cast Brett Oppenheim, Jason Oppenheim, Alexandra Hall

The Oppenheim Group returns in Selling the OC season 3. This reality series grants viewers access to the realm of upscale real estate in Orange County, California. Headed by Jason and Brett Oppenheim, the agents at the Oppenheim Group navigate rival agencies, office disputes, and romantic entanglements.

The third season showcases agents like Polly Brindle, Kayla Cardona, Alex Hall, Ali Harper, Gio Helou, Alexandra Jarvis, Brandi Marshall, Sean Palmieri, Alexandra Rose, Tyler Stanaland, and Austin Victoria.

4. A Man in Full (2024)

4. A Man in Full
Genre Drama
Cast Jeff Daniels, Diane Lane, Tom Pelphrey
Creator David E. Kelley

Distinguished creator David E. Kelly, renowned for works like Big Little Lies and The Lincoln Lawyer, returns to Netflix with his latest drama, A Man in Full. Adapted from Tom Wolfe’s acclaimed novel, the series stars Jeff Daniels as Atlanta real estate magnate Charlie Croker, who finds his empire teetering on the brink of collapse due to financial woes. As he strives to salvage his business, numerous adversaries aim to capitalize on his misfortune.

The ensemble also features Martha Croker (Diane Lane), Charlie’s determined spouse keen on maintaining her social standing; Raymond Peepgrass (Tom Pelphrey), a businessman plotting to exploit Charlie’s vulnerability; and Roger White, a respected Black attorney.

3. Baby Reindeer (2024)

3. Baby Reindeer
Genre Drama
Cast Richard Gadd, Jessica Gunning, Nava Mau
Creator Richard Gadd

Renowned playwright Richard Gadd transforms his award-winning production Baby Reindeer into a seven-part Netflix series. This dramedy stars Gadd as Donny, a bartender and comedian striving to make ends meet. When Donny encounters Martha (Jessica Gunning) during a shift, he extends a hand of compassion to the vulnerable Martha in her time of need. This simple act propels them into an intricate bond, as Martha’s incessant fixation on Donny spirals into something sinister.

Their skewed dynamic disrupts both their lives, prompting Donny to confront a buried tragedy from his past. What sets Baby Reindeer apart is its refusal to paint Donny as a hapless victim and Martha as a malevolent force. The show navigates their intertwined narratives with empathy and humor, presenting a nuanced portrayal of both characters.

2. Katt Williams: Woke Foke (2024)

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