We’re only two months into the year, and already Netflix have released some gems. Here are the 10 highest rated shows of the year so far, as per review site Rotten Tomatoes.
If you doubted the success of streaming services over a decade ago, then Netflix’s reported 237 million subscribers worldwide may just be evidence that you were wrong, as the streaming giant Netflix continues to dominate the world of media.
And you would expect bosses at the subscription service will be delighted with their fantastic start to the year, as it users continue to grow due to the undeniably bingeable content already added n the new year.
The streaming giant has released a number of critically acclaimed TV shows already this year, with a number of shows released on 2022 storming to the top of the Netflix UK charts.
However, if you’re searching for your next Netflix obsession, these 10 series are the best place to start, with popular review site Rotten Tomatoes ranking them the best Netflix have released so far in 2022.
1. Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy
Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy is a documentary film that covers the life and upbringing of artist, record producer, businessman, and fashion designer Kanye West. While his legacy and public perception may be Marmite-esque - the doc certainly isn't, having been given a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Photo: Netflix
2. All Of Us Are Dead
Korean zombies series All Of Us Are Dead took Netflix by storm earlier this year. She show follows trapped students as they attempt escape their high school which has become ground zero for a zombie virus outbreak. Photo: Netflix
3. Raising Dion - Season 2
Season two of Raising Dion returns after the positive response to the 2019 original which saw a single mother hide her young son's superpowers to protect him from exploitation while investigating their origins and her husband's death. Photo: COURTESY OF NETFLIX
4. Inventing Anna
Julia Garner plays Anna Delvey in true crime story Inventing Anna which sees a journalist investigate the case of the Instagram-legendary heiress who stole the hearts and money of New York elites. Photo: Netflix