5 Quirky Must-Watch Netflix Shows
Looking for quirky TV shows on Netflix. You might be an unorthodox, maverick a kind of weirdo person. You are hungry for something different. You want quirky. We’ve got you a list of 5 must watch quirky TV shows on Netflix.
1. The OA
It is a show of life and death, hope and afterlife. It is very polarizing. You may love it or hate it, not in between. Some may find it weird for the sake of weirdness and people loving it find it refreshing and imaginative. Either way, some of the flashback/dream sequences are amazing.
2. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is an American romantic, comedy-drama, musical television series. It is a bit quirky. Rachel Bloom (Rebecca Bunch) is a young and successful woman, who gives up her life in New York, as a boy dumped her ages ago, and moves to California to win him back.
3. Stranger Things
Stranger Things is an American horror fiction, science fiction, drama television series. It is created, written, and directed by the Duffer Brothers. In this thrilling Netflix original drama series, when Joyce’s 12 year old son, Will, goes missing, she launches a terrifying investigation into his disappearance with local authorities. As the search continues, they untangle a series of extraordinary mysteries involving unnerving supernatural forces, secretly carried out government experiments and a very unusual little girl. It is great and a must watch TV show.
4. The Returned
The Returned is an American drama, horror, supernatural, mystery TV series. It is developed by Carlton Cuse as an adaption of 2012 French series Les Revenants, which was broadcast internationally as The Returned. It is quite quirky. It is set in a small town which is changed forever when some random community of people suddenly reappear. What they do not know that they have been dead for several years and no one expected them to be back. Families got reunited. The lives of those who were left behind are challenged on a physical and emotional level, as both positive and detrimental consequences accompany the undead’s arrival. The show is absolutely chilling, utilizing every possible silence and shadow to hunt for the unknown.
5. Master of none
Master of none is an American web television series created by comic Aziz Ansari and writer Alan Yang. It is based on Ansari’s real-life experience. Ansari plays the role of Dev. Dev is a New York-based actor who is struggling to identify what he really wants, both personally and professionally. The series reveals glimpses of Dev’s younger years, and explores current aspects of his life, including modern etiquette (regarding texting and social media), and being young and single in the city. Centered around a silly story where Santa Claus recruits Michael Bolton’s music making skills to help the world make 75,000 new babies by Christmas to meet toy supply (sure?), the special is weird but could have definitely been a little more absurd.