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50 Best TV Shows on Netflix Canada

Looking for the best and most binge-worthy TV shows on Netflix Canada to watch this May 2021?

Binge-watching shows on Netflix Canada is one of my favourite hobbies tbh.

I pretty much always have Netflix on in the background, whether I’m actively watching something or looking for background noise while I’m working.

A lot of TV shows and series are good, but great ones are the ones that captivate you enough to sit there and divide your full attention to watching them.

Ya know? Ya know.

If you’re looking for what to binge-watch on Netflix Canada, you’ll definitely find something on this list featuring some of the best and most binge-worthy shows on the platform.

If you’re looking for even more binge-worthy stuff to watch on Netflix, I also have blog posts on the best movies on Netflix Canada and the best horror movies on Netflix Canada.

Here are the best shows to binge-watch on Netflix Canada, in my personal opinion of course!


How does Netflix Canada work?

Netflix Canada plans start from $9.99 a month, and you can stream content across most devices with wifi capabilities, such as your TV, phone, and tablet.

Prices for Netflix Canada:

  • Basic plan – $9.99 a month for 1 device
  • Standard plan – $13.99 a month for 2 devices
  • Premium plan – $16.99 a month for 4 devices

If you have the basic plan, you can only stream Netflix Canada on one device at a time.

If you have the standard or premium plans, you can stream on multiple devices at once, which is ideal for families or friends who share the same account.

How often does Netflix Canada come out with new shows and movies?

Netflix releases new shows and movies on a weekly basis.

They have a lot of older movies and TV shows, more modern ones, as well as their own content labelled as Netflix Originals.

From action movies, to documentary series, to reality TV shows, Netflix dabbles in all sorts of genres for their Netflix Originals.

Their Originals are some of the best shows on the Netflix Canada platform!

Netflix vs. Crave vs. Prime Video

So is Netflix, Crave TV, or Amazon Prime Video more worth subscribing to?

Netflix’s basic plan allows you to watch anything on the platform for just $9.99, and a lot of the content tends to be Netflix Originals or older movies.

Crave’s basic plan is also $9.99, but it doesn’t have as many TV shows and movies as Netflix does.

The great thing about Crave Canada is their Movies + HBO add-on (an additional $9.99), which features the best HBO shows and the latest Hollywood blockbusters.

Prime Video is included with an Amazon Prime membership, which is $79 annually.

Prime is worth getting just for the free two-day shipping on its own, so Prime Video is a definite perk with no extra fees (unless you add channels).

Overall, both Netflix, Crave, and Prime Video are great for their own reasons, which is why I’m subscribed to all of them!

Netflix Canada

Best shows on Netflix Canada to binge-watch

Comedy

BoJack Horseman

I was never one for adult cartoons until BoJack came along.

BoJack Horseman was the first animated series by Netflix, and it’s about a washed up actor who back in the 90s was in a very famous TV show.

He tries to make a comeback into Hollywood (which later becomes Hollywoo, and then Hollywoob) two decades later, and we get to see all the shenanigans him and his friends go through.

Oh, and Bojack is a horse, and he’s got friends who are cats, dogs, and humans.

The show gets progressively more depressing over the seasons, but overall it’s a a witty and entertaining show.

I loved BoJack so much I even wrote my own script for an episode as an assignment for my university “writing for animation” course.

It’s most definitely one of the best shows on Netflix Canada, even if you’re not typically a fan of cartoons or animations.

6 seasons available on Netflix

Big Mouth

Big Mouth is another adult animated Netflix series all about the joys of puberty and growing up in middle school.

It’s hilarious and definitely not made for middle school kids.

As soon as a kid starts going through puberty, they get a hormone monster to help them get through it.

“Help” probably isn’t the best word, but you get the idea.

The Netflix series is actually inspired by the childhoods of creators Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg, who were childhood best friends in the suburbs of New York.

Even the main characters are named after them!

3 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

F is for Family

F is for Family is another adult animated series set in the 1970s, and it’s inspired by stand-up comedian Bill Burr’s life.

He also voices the main character of Frank Murphy, a veteran and suburban father with a dysfunctional but loving family.

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The show can get a little dark at times, but it has its heartwarming moments.

It’s mostly hilarious though, and definitely a show worth watching!

3 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Jane the Virgin

Jane the Virgin is about Jane, a virgin, who gets artificially inseminated by mistake.

The entire series is a telenovela until the very end.

You’ll fall in love with the Villanueva family right away, and grow to love all the other characters.

I think Jane the Virgin is one of the most well-written comedy series, maybe even one of the most well-written series on television of all-time.

It’s definitely one of the best shows to binge-watch on Netflix Canada!

5 seasons available on Netflix

Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever is a coming-of-age teen comedy series by Mindy Kaling, and it’s actually inspired by Kaling’s own childhood.

Devi is a first-generation Indian-American teenager with a complicated life.

After a devastating freshman year, Devi tries to pick herself back up for sophomore year but things just keep getting more and more complicated.

It’s absolutely hilarious – I binge watched it all in one day and laughed out loud so many times.

Oh, and the lead actress is from Mississauga, which is pretty awesome!

1 season available on Netflix

Workin’ Moms

Workin’ Moms is an excellent and well-written comedy series by Catherine Reitman, who also stars as one of the main characters.

It focuses on the lives of several different working moms and how they navigate through motherhood and their careers.

It’s a CBC show and it’s based in Toronto (whoop, whoop) so it’s always cool hearing references to familiar places!

You might be able to spot places like Oretta, one of the most Instagram-worthy restaurants in Toronto.

You can watch season 4 episodes on the CBC website as they come out week by week, but it obviously doesn’t save your spot like Netflix does.

4 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Kim’s Convenience

Kim’s Convenience is another great CBC show based in Toronto.

It centres around the Kims, a Korean-Canadian family that owns a convenience store.

If you’re local, it’s really cool recognizing spots like Kensington Market and OCAD!

Kim’s Convenience was originally a play, and I saw it in the Distillery District a couple years ago before the show came out.

4 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Kim's Convenience shooting location in Toronto
You can spot the outdoor shooting location of Kim’s Convenience near Queen and Sherbourne in Toronto!

Orange is the New Black

Orange is the New Black is very loosely based on Piper Kerman’s memoir of her experience in a women’s prison.

The protagonist, Piper Chapman, is sentenced to prison for transporting drug money 10 years before.

While Piper is the main character, you really start to fall in love with all the other characters and their backstories.

OITNB was created by Jenji Kohan, who also created Weeds, which is part of why it’s so great.

While the show was really good in its beginning seasons, I do think it was a bit overstretched.

7 seasons available on Netflix


Reality TV

Terrace House

I don’t know what it is that makes Terrace House such an addictive TV show to watch.

It’s basically a Japanese reality series about six strangers (three women, three men) who live in the same house together to date each other and make friends.

What makes the show unique is that there’s a panel who commentates on the housemates and their actions.

It’s really fun seeing the culture of Japanese people, and it’s interesting when you see how different the housemates are in the Aloha State season based in Hawaii!

Fun fact: Adam and I actually went to Hawaii because of Terrace House.

The first season and film are not on Netflix, but the first season is definitely the best out of the entire show.

If you’ve already binge-watched the entire show and are looking for more, Hyori’s Bed and Breakfast (available on Netflix) and Heart Signal are Korean reality shows that are kind of similar!

4 seasons available on Netflix

Terrace House in Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii
The house from Terrace House: Aloha State in Oahu, Hawaii!

Ainori Love Wagon

We stumbled across Ainori Love Wagon after watching all of Terrace House, and they’re both quite similar.

They’re actually both produced by both Fuji TV and Netflix!

In Ainori, four men and three women travel around the world on a pink bus called the Love Wagon, with a goal to fall in love.

The series actually ran from 1999 to 2009, and Netflix brought it back in 2017.

Couples from the show have actually gotten married and had children together, which is really sweet!

3 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Queer Eye

Queer Eye is one of the most wholesome and wonderful reality shows on television.

The Fab Five travel around the US (and Japan for one season!) to help people learn to love and become their best selves.

If you want to feel good and cry happy tears, this is the show to watch.

5 seasons available on Netflix

Restaurants on the Edge is another show with similar vibes to Queer Eye, except they makeover restaurants instead of people!

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Love is Blind

Is love blind? That’s the whole premise behind this Netflix reality series.

Singles go on “dates” with each other while sitting in individual pods, and it’s basically a social experiment to see if people call fall in love before seeing each other face-to-face.

Vanessa Lachey and (obviously) Nick Lachey host Love is Blind.

If you like Love is Blind, you might also enjoy enjoy Dating Around and Too Hot to Handle.

You also might like Temptation Island on Crave Canada!

1 season available on Netflix

The Circle

The Circle is what happens when you put together Big Brother and Catfish.

Contestants live in their own apartments in the same building while exclusively communicating with other contestants through an app called “The Circle”.

Some people catfish and some people choose to play as themselves, but the ultimate goal is to be the most popular player and the last one standing at the end.

Michelle Buteau hosts the show, and she’s awesome.

There are also versions in the UK, Brazil, and France.

2 seasons available on Netflix

Next in Fashion

While Alexa Chung and Tan France may be one of the main reasons to watch Next in Fashion, the designers are the stars of the show.

Fashion designers from all around the world compete to become “next in fashion”.

It’s amazing seeing the talent of all these people, especially since most of them are already established.

Charles was my favourite designer – I loved every single one of his pieces!

1 season available on Netflix

The Final Table

If you’re a fan of cooking shows, The Final Table is epic.

The chefs on the show are already accomplished, with some even having Michelin Stars, and they compete to sit at the final table with other accomplished chefs.

Each episode focuses on a different country, and they bring on food critics, celebrities, and the best chef from each country to judge the creations.

I’ve already put together a list of some restaurants I’d like to visit during my travels!

1 season available on Netflix


Romance

Crash Landing on You

Crash Landing on You has quickly become the second most successful Korean drama of all-time.

The series is about a South Korean heiress and CEO who accidentally paraglides her way into North Korea.

It’s a love story that has its teary and heartfelt moments.

The production team was advised by actual North Korean defectors for the show, so it’s the closest portrayal to actual life in North Korea out there in the media.

Which is possibly part of why it’s become so popular!

1 season available on Netflix


Drama

This Is Us

This Is Us centres around the Pearson family, as three very different siblings try to overcome a tragedy from their past.

Honestly, I wasn’t super into the show at first, but as the seasons went on I couldn’t stop binge-watching it.

It’s a very powerful show that shows different family and romantic relationships.

If you’re a crier, expect to have lots of ugly sobs.

4 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Breaking Bad

After Walter White, a chemistry teacher, discovers he has cancer, he decides to get into the meth-making business to help his family pay his medical bills.

When he partners with a former student of his, Jesse Pinkman, things turn different than he expected.

Breaking Bad is one of the best series out there – Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are great together!

5 seasons available on Netflix

The Sinner

The Sinner is an anthology crime series about Detective Harry Ambrose and the disturbing cases he investigates.

Each season focuses on a different crime case that Harry investigates, which is pretty unique.

Jessica Biel is absolutely incredible in season one, which I enjoyed more than season two.

2 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Ozark

Ozark is about a man (Jason Bateman) who moves his family from Chicago to the Ozarks summer resort community.

The reason isn’t for a fresh start or a nicer view: it’s to launder money for a Mexican drug lord.

Jason Bateman is one of my favourite actors, and it’s really cool seeing him play these different roles.

Julia Garner is also absolutely incredible in this series!

2 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Itaewon Class

Itaewon Class is probably my most favourite Korean drama of all-time.

Ex-con Park Sae-Ro-Yi fights to make his dreams a reality with the help of his friends.

This series is intense, exciting, emotional, and inspiring – it’s definitely worth the hype.

The soundtrack is also really good – I have it downloaded on Spotify 😉

1 season available on Netflix

Extracurricular

A gifted high school student turns to a life of crime to help pay for college.

If you liked the Netflix series Baby (I liked it until I found out it was based on true events), you’ll definitely like Extracurricular (which is purely fictional).

Extracurricular is another South Korean series, so you’ll have to read subtitles or watch it dubbed!

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The actor who plays the main character, Dong-Hee Kim, also stars in Itaewon Class.

1 season available on Netflix

The Queen’s Gambit

Orphan and chess prodigy Beth Harmon struggles with addiction on her way to become the greatest chess player in the world.

The Queen’s Gambit blew up on Netflix, and I actually had to give it a second chance to actually get into it.

It’s a series about chess, but it’s not just about chess.

It actually took 30 years for the producer to finally get this series made – no studios thought anyone would want to watch a show about chess!

1 season available on Netflix

When They See Us

When They See Us is a limited series based on true events that happened in 1989.

It tells the story of the Central Park Five, who were wrongfully convicted of assaulting a jogger in Central Park.

They were exonerated 13 years later, and it is absolutely heartbreaking to watch the five kids turn into men while in prison.

It’s one of the most powerful series to watch on Netflix, and it’s one of those shows where you actually need to sit down and watch it.

1 season available on Netflix

Unorthodox

I learned about Hasidic Jews while in Israel, and watching Unorthodox was very powerful and emotional.

A Hasidic Jewish woman flees her arranged marriage and religious life in Brooklyn for freedom and a new life in Germany, but her past catches up to her.

It’s partly inspired by Deborah Feldman’s book about her own life, but a lot of the show is actually fictionalized.

I binge-watched the entire series in one sitting – it’s only four episodes!

1 season available on Netflix

Outlander

After serving as a nurse in the British army, Claire Randall goes on a second honeymoon in Scotland with her husband Frank before he starts a new career as a historian.

She suddenly gets transported 200 years into the past, marries Scottish man Jamie Fraser to keep herself safe, and ends up falling in love.

Outlander is a historical drama based on a novel series of the same name, which happens to be one of the best-selling book series of all-time!

5 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

You

You makes you want to private all your social media accounts and never talk to strangers ever again.

Joe Goldberg is a creepy dude who will do anything to get close to the women he falls in love (*ahem* becomes obsessed) with, even if it literally means getting rid of the people around her.

A lot of people compare Joe to Dexter, but they ain’t anything alike.

If you want to compare, Dexter is available on Crave Canada.

2 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing


Action & Adventure

The Punisher

After his wife and children are killed, Frank Castle becomes The Punisher, a vigilante who takes justice into his own hands.

The show is very brutal and violent, so it’s not for the faint of heart!

I’ve never been into comic books or superheroes, but The Punisher is an amazing show.

2 seasons available on Netflix

Outer Banks

16-year-old John B. and his three best friends are on the hunt for a legendary treasure that his missing father spent 20 years searching for.

I started watching the show on Netflix not knowing what it was about and thought it was meh, but then it started to get really exciting.

Every episode of Outer Banks is super intense, and you’ll have feelings between wanting to see what happens next and not wanting to see what happens next.

Another big part of the storyline is this whole “Pogues” vs. “Kooks” thing, which is basically the working class vs. the wealthy living in the OBX.

As John B. puts it, “you either have two jobs or two houses”.

1 season available on Netflix


Horror, Sci-Fi, & Fantasy

If you’re looking for horror films instead of TV shows on Netflix, I also have a blog post all about the best horror movies to watch!

Black Mirror

There’s a reason why everyone talks about Black Mirror each time a new season drops: it’s the kind of show that makes you think.

Black Mirror is one of those shows that leaves you feeling uneasy and uncomfortable, but that’s the appeal of it.

You don’t even have to watch the series in order for it to make sense as it’s an anthology, but there are plenty of easter eggs that connect the episodes to one another.

My favourite episodes are “San Junipero”, “Hang the DJ”, and “Striking Vipers”, all of which happen to be the few feel-good episodes of the show.

If you like Black Mirror, you might also enjoy Love Death + Robots, an anthology animation series that you do not want to watch with your kids, or even your parents.

5 seasons available on Netflix

The 100

In The 100, one hundred juvenile delinquents are sent back down to earth, almost a century after nuclear conflict leads people to escape the planet.

It’s one of the best apocalyptic series out there, and it’s interesting seeing how humans could eventually become someday.

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The earlier seasons are better than the later ones in my opinion, but it’s still interesting to watch.

7 seasons available on Netflix

Shadow and Bone

Sinister forces plot against a young soldier named Alina Starkov after she reveals a magical power that may unite her world.

Shadow and Bone is based on the Grisha trilogy by Leigh Bardugo!

Ben Barnes from The Punisher stars in the series, and he’s pretty great eye-candy 😉

1 season available on Netflix

The Haunting of Hill House

The Haunting of Hill House is one of the most well-made horror series of all-time, and one of the best horror shows on Netflix Canada.

It’s a modern retelling of a Shirley Jackson novel by the same name, and it tells the story of a family who grew up in the haunted Hill House, and has to go back to face the ghosts of their past.

It’s filled with jaw-dropping, heartbreaking, and beautiful moments.

Even as someone who’s watched terrifying horror films all her life, Hill House gave me chills to the point where I always had to watch happy videos before going to bed at night.

If you get nightmares easily, maybe watch Hill House during the day.

The Haunting of Bly Manor is a sort of season 2 of Hill House, but it’s listed separately on Netflix, and the storyline is completely different.

In Bly Manor, a young governess takes on a job at Bly Manor and begins to see strange things.

A lot of the actors from Hill House reappear as different characters in Bly Manor, which is really cool – sort of like American Horror Story.

I personally liked Hill House more because it was scarier, but Bly Manor is also really good!

2 seasons available on Netflix

The Walking Dead

If you’ve been living under a rock and don’t know what The Walking Dead is, it’s about a group of survivors who try to find safety during the zombie apocalypse.

While the repetitive storylines are getting old, I still think The Walking Dead is one of the best series on television.

Not many popular TV shows make it to 10 seasons!

There are also supposedly three films coming out, and there’s even a spinoff show called Fear the Walking Dead on Prime Video.

9 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

The Walking Dead panel at Fan Expo Canada
The Walking Dead panel at Fan Expo Canada with Chandler Riggs, Norman Reedus, and Lennie James.

Kingdom

There are endless zombie films and TV series out there, but if we’re being honest, most of them are bleh.

Kingdom is a South Korean TV series set in ancient Korea, and it’ll have you clutching your blanket over your face.

In Kingdom, a mysterious plague makes its way through the kingdom while the crown prince tries to save his people.

Oh, and the zombies run fast, which is my worst nightmare when it comes to zombie shows.

It’s the first Korean Netflix Original series, and it’s definitely one of the top horror shows on Netflix Canada.

2 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Strangers from Hell

A young man moves into a cheap apartment with strange and suspicious residents.

Strangers from Hell is a wild and anxiety-ridden ride, and it’s definitely not for people who easily get frightened by horror.

1 season available on Netflix

Sweet Home

As humans turn into monsters, a troubled teen and his neighbours fight them off and try to survive.

With all the zombie movies out there, Sweet Home is an interesting and different take!

It’s also Korean, but you can dub it in English.

1 season available on Netflix

The Uncanny Counter

Demon hunters pose as noodle shop employees while hunting down evil spirits and sending them to the afterlife.

The Uncanny Counter seems a little cheesy at first, but it’s actually a really good series.

And there are plenty of tearjerker moments, as with many k-dramas.

1 season available on Netflix, still ongoing

Stranger Things

Set in the 80s, Stranger Things is about a small town that encounters the supernatural.

It’s hard to say much without spoiling it, but you don’t really know what’s going on until later on in the first season.

I wasn’t fan of the first season, but I think the show got better over time.

The show was created by the Duffer brothers, who also wrote the horror film Hidden!

3 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Dark

I also can’t tell you much about Dark without spoiling it, but it’s about a small German town where kids go missing and supernatural things begin to happen.

The show starts off slow, but as secrets start to unravel and twists reveal themselves, it gets pretty mind-blowing.

If you like Stranger Things, you’ll like Dark!

3 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Alice in Borderland

Arisu and his friends find themselves in an abandoned Tokyo, where they have to play dangerous games in order to survive.

Alice in Borderland is a Japanese Netflix series, and it’s super unique – it’s actually based on a manga of the same name!

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I binge-watched the whole thing in one sitting 😉

1 season available on Netflix


Anime

Adam got me into anime for the first time in 2020, and we’ve since watched a ton of different anime series.

You can watch them in Japanese, or watch them dubbed in English.

We personally prefer the original Japanese voice actors, and I’m trying to learn Japanese myself!

Here are some of my favourite anime shows to watch on Netflix Canada.

Parasyte

Shinichi Izumi, a high school student living with his parents in Tokyo, has his life turned upside down when a parasite enters his arm.

Parasyte may very well be one of my favourite anime shows of all-time!

1 season available on Netflix

Death Note

High school student Light Yagami discovers a mysterious notebook called the Death Note that grants him the ability to kill.

The series really keeps you on your toes, and it’s one of the best animes of all-time!

Oh, and don’t watch the Netflix movie version – they Americanize it completely and it’s awful.

1 season available on Netflix

Erased

Satoru Fujinuma is a 29-year-old aspiring manga artist who has the ability to travel back in time.

Erased is a pretty dark anime, but it’s a really good one to watch.

If you’re into the butterfly effect, you’ll definitely enjoy watching this!

Netflix also created a live action version of the series, and it’s pretty much a play-by-play of the anime.

1 season available on Netflix

Hunter x Hunter

A young boy named Gon Freecs goes on an adventure to become a hunter in search of his father.

Hunter x Hunter is a fun anime series, but only the first few seasons are available to stream on Netflix Canada!

4 seasons available on Netflix

Naruto

I actually watched Hunter x Hunter before watching Naruto, and I immediately noticed a lot of similarities between the two shows.

For one thing, the same voice actress plays Gon and Naruto, the leads in their respective shows!

The Hunter x Hunter manga actually came out a year before Naruto, so it’s Naruto that took inspiration from Hunter x Hunter.

Anyway, both are great shows, but I definitely have to say Hunter x Hunter is my favourite of the two!

9 seasons of Naruto and 10 seasons of Naruto Shippuden are available to stream on Netflix Canada, as well as 8 different Naruto movies.

19 seasons available on Netflix

Violet Evergarden

After the war, Violet Evergarden’s arms are replaced with prosthetic steel arms, and she slowly settles into post-war life.

She becomes an Auto Memory Doll to understand what her former major’s last words meant.

1 season, 1 film, & 1 special available on Netflix

The Promised Neverland

A trio of orphans discovers a dark secret, and they try to figure out how to escape their orphanage.

It’s hard to explain without spoiling, but The Promised Neverland a good watch!

1 season available on Netflix, still ongoing

Great Pretender

Makoto Edamura, supposedly Japan’s best swindler, gets more than he bargained for when he tries to con an international con artist.

Great Pretender is a fun watch, and it takes place all over the world!

2 seasons available on Netflix, still ongoing

Japan Sinks: 2020

Japan Sinks: 2020 is a tragic series based on the novel Japan Sinks by Sakyo Komatsu, which was written in the 70s.

A series of natural disasters threatens the existence of Japan, and survivors try to find a safe place to go.

1 season available on Netflix


Netflix Canada

The best shows to watch on Netflix Canada (May 2021):

  1. BoJack Horseman
  2. Big Mouth
  3. F is for Family
  4. Jane the Virgin
  5. Never Have I Ever
  6. Workin’ Moms
  7. Kim’s Convenience
  8. Orange is the New Black
  9. Terrace House
  10. Ainori Love Wagon
  11. Queer Eye
  12. Love is Blind
  13. The Circle
  14. Next in Fashion
  15. The Final Table
  16. Crash Landing on You
  17. This Is Us
  18. Breaking Bad
  19. The Sinner
  20. Ozark
  21. Itaewon Class
  22. Extracurricular
  23. The Queen’s Gambit
  24. When They See Us
  25. Unorthodox
  26. Outlander
  27. You
  28. The Punisher
  29. Outer Banks
  30. Black Mirror
  31. The 100
  32. Shadow and Bone
  33. The Haunting of Hill House
  34. The Walking Dead
  35. Kingdom
  36. Strangers from Hell
  37. Sweet Home
  38. The Uncanny Counter
  39. Stranger Things
  40. Dark
  41. Alice in Borderland
  42. Parasyte
  43. Death Note
  44. Erased
  45. Hunter x Hunter
  46. Naruto
  47. Violet Evergarden
  48. The Promised Neverland
  49. Great Pretender
  50. Japan Sinks: 2020

Obviously there are tons more great and binge-worthy shows and series on Canadian Netflix, but these were my personal favourites to binge-watch.

If you’re looking for something new to binge-watch this May 2021, you’ll definitely find a great series to watch on this list of the best shows on Netflix Canada!

Have you seen any of these binge-worthy TV series? What are some of the best shows and things to binge-watch on Netflix Canada in your opinion? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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