Since the streaming platforms had their explosion years ago, the number of series and films designed exclusively to enjoy from this modality grew notably. And as expected, they did not stay out of the great awards. That is why here we present a list with the four most awarded series in history from Netflix that you can enjoy online.
+ 4 highly-awarded Netflix series
4. Stranger Things
It is not only between the fictions with the most viewing hours of the platform, but it is also one of the most awarded Netflix series. With his first season he took eight statuettes among which the recognition of the SAG Awards for Best Television Cast in Drama. In her second and third part, she outdid herself and surprised the audience: in addition to the critics awarding her in the typical ceremonies, the audience proved that she is one of the favorites in celebrations such as the People’s Choice Awards.
3. Orange is the New Black
Some new users may not remember it, but in 2013 Orange Is The New Black it was the series in trend. Throughout their seven seasons, the fiction available on Netflix won a significant number of awards: two of them went to Uzo Aduba who got two Emmy thanks to his character Crazy Eyes. They also collect a Critic’s Choice Television and an award from Screen Actors Guild as best drama and best cast respectively.
2. Black Mirror
One of the most recommended Netflix options is always Black Mirror, the anthological series created by Charlie Brooker It explains how technology can affect humans. And the specialized critics also seem to have loved it: it has two Emmy for the fourth episode of the third season (San Junipero) and by the first chapter of the fourth part (USS Callister) respectively.
1. The Crown
This year, The Crown shone in the Emmy Awards and was consecrated as the Best Drama Series of 2021. But that’s not all because the strip that tells the history of the British crown obtained from its premiere some 63 nominations to this installment that recognizes the best television programs, of which it obtained 21. Olivia Colman, Gillian Anderson, Claire Foy, Emma Corrin, Joseph O’Connor y John Lightgow have been recognized at both the Emmys and the Golden Globes since his arrival in this mega production about Queen Elizabeth II.
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