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Three Shows You Must Watch on Netflix!


LAHORE MIRROR — Netflix offers a plethora of TV shows, but not all of them receive the recognition they deserve. Some of the platform’s most popular series are often overhyped, leaving hidden gems waiting to be discovered by viewers seeking something truly exceptional.

Here are three underrated shows on Netflix that deserve your immediate attention:

  1. Bodyguard (2018)“Bodyguard” is a gripping psychological thriller that follows the story of a former war veteran tasked with protecting a government official. Richard Madden stars as PS David Budd, a war veteran grappling with PTSD, working in London’s Royalty and Specialist Protection branch. Assigned to safeguard House Secretary Julia Montague, played by Keeley Hawes, Budd finds himself at odds with her political views and support for the Iraq War, adding complexity to his duty to protect her at any cost. With heart-pounding action sequences across its six episodes, “Bodyguard” stands out as a top-notch psychological thriller, highlighted by Madden’s compelling performance.
  2. The End of the F*ing World (2017-2019)**”The End of the F***ing World” is a dark comedy that revolves around two teenagers struggling to navigate the complexities of life. Alex Lawther portrays James, a 17-year-old who believes he’s a psychopath, engaging in animal killings during his spare time. Jessica Barden takes on the role of Alyssa, his rebellious and foul-mouthed classmate who becomes intrigued by James. Initially planning to murder Alyssa, James changes course when she proposes they run away together, escaping their dysfunctional families. As they embark on a road trip, their relationship evolves, but the prospect of something positive happening in their lives challenges them in unexpected ways.
  3. Everything Sucks! (2018)“Everything Sucks!” is a heartwarming high school comedy centered around a group of misfits in the AV Club and Drama Club at Boring High School. Freshman Luke O’Neil, portrayed by Jahi Di’Allo Winston, is a social outcast who, along with his two friends, joins the AV Club. Luke harbors a crush on Kate Messner, played by Peyton Kennedy, a sophomore and the principal’s daughter who is also a member of the A/V Club. In a quest for acceptance, the AV Club and Drama Club collaborate to create a movie. Set in the 1990s, the series offers a nostalgic trip for viewers, complete with period-appropriate fashion, pop culture references, and an unforgettable soundtrack, including a notable tribute to Oasis.

These shows, while not receiving as much attention as some of Netflix’s more popular offerings, deliver compelling stories and performances that are well worth exploring.