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The five BBC’s TV shows you should be watching on Netflix

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BBC's TV shows you should be watching on Netflix
Source: Pastemagazine

Finding the best series on Netflix that are worth your time can be a huge task. Problem with the Netflix is it has countless shows to offer. Besides, it is really tough to pick series worth watching when shows you’ve never even heard of just pop up. But, you don’t need to worry anymore. Here, we have scrolled through the UK Netflix to pick the top five series you should be watching. Read on:

Fawlty Towers

Fawlty Towers is BBC’s hilarious sitcom about life at an English seaside hotel in the 1970s. Its run lasted only 12 episodes, over the course of two seasons, four years apart. Featuring the peerless John Cleese as impolite hotelier and frustrated social climber Basil Fawlty, Fawlty Towers unforgettably skewered marriage, manners and the British class system. It also features Prunella Scales as Basil’s acid-tongued wife, Sybil.

The Fall

The Fall is a superb psychological thriller. Actor Jamie Dornan proved his acting chops and charisma as a disturbingly undisturbable killer in this show. Besides, Dornan’s mild-mannered husband, father and grief counselor is among the most frightening reel serial killers in recent memory.

Luther

This is the show about a sad, violent and genius detective played by Idris Elba. He spends his time tracking down the weird serial killers of London. Luther is gripping, slicing through suspects with the annoyed efficiency of a man on the edge.

The Honourable Woman

BBC's TV shows you should be watching on Netflix
Source: Pastemagazine

This series revolves around a businesswoman and philanthropist who suddenly get embroiled in a mess of family secrets and Middle Eastern conspiracy.  The Honourable Woman is of eight episodes.

House of Cards

We all know about the Kevin Spacey/Robin Wright’s gripping House Of Cards. This time, another Francis, Urquhart, sees an opportunity when Margaret Thatcher resigns as Conservative leader. What follows is enough to keep you glued to your screens.

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