By Corey Atad.

Ten years after debuting its first original series, Rolling Stone is looking back on the best Netflix shows of all time.

In a new top-20 ranking, the magazine has named animated series “BoJack Horseman” as the streamer’s No. 1 show.


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Starring Will Arnett as the voice of BoJack, a once-popular sitcom actor from the ’90s, the often surreal comedy was also a deep exploration of depression, addiction, and the toll of stardom.

Also featured in the top 5 were “Orange Is the New Black”, “Russian Doll”, “American Vandal”, and “Big Mouth”.

Further down the list are popular shows like “Master of None”, “Stranger Things”, “Squid Game” “The Baby-Sitters Club”, “The Crown”, and more.

Netflix first introduced its own original programming with the Norwegian-American mobster comedy “Lilyhammer”, starring Steven Van Zandt. Their next big original series, “House of Cards”, became a huge success.


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In the years since, Netflix has produced hundreds of popular series and movies.

Check out the full Rolling Stone list:

  1. “BoJack Horseman”
  2. “Orange Is the New Black”
  3. “Russian Doll”
  4. “American Vandal”
  5. “Big Mouth”
  6. “I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson”
  7. “Master of None”
  8. “Unbelievable”
  9. “One Day at a Time”
  10. “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”
  11. “Mindhunter”
  12. “When They See Us”
  13. “Stranger Things”
  14. “Squid Game”
  15. “Dear White People”
  16. “The Crown”
  17. “Lady Dynamite”
  18. “The Baby-Sitters Club”
  19. “The Haunting of Hill House”
  20. “Sex Education”





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