51 best Netflix shows to watch (and 21 shows you should skip)

Here's the Netflix shows we think are worth watching and the few that are better off skipped.

Griselda. (L to R) Martin Fajardo as Ozzy, Sofia Vergara as Griselda in episode 101 of Griselda. Cr. Elizabeth Morris/Netflix © 2023
Griselda. (L to R) Martin Fajardo as Ozzy, Sofia Vergara as Griselda in episode 101 of Griselda. Cr. Elizabeth Morris/Netflix © 2023 /
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Partner Track
Partner Track. Arden Cho as Ingrid Yun in episode 101 of Partner Track. Cr. Vanessa Clifton/Netflix © 2022 /

Partner Track

Seasons: 1

Developed By: Georgia Lee

Starring: Arden Cho, Alexandra Turshen, Bradley Gibson, Dominic Sherwood, Rob Heaps, Nolan Gerard Funk, Matthew Rauch, Roby Attal

If you’re looking for some easy viewing and a guilty pleasure to add to your watch list, Partner Track will fill that void. The new Netflix legal drama follows in the footsteps of fellow comfort watches like Emily in Paris, Younger, and The Bold Type.

Based on the novel The Partner Track by Helen Wan, the series stars Arden Cho as Ingrid Yun, a young mergers and acquisitions lawyer working her way up the ladder at her major New York City firm. Along the way to her goal of becoming partner, Ingrid runs into a number professional and personal speed bumps — including those that combine the two.

Partner Track was released on Netflix on Aug. 26, 2022 and earned mixed 62% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but fans quickly fell head over heels for all of Ingrid’s legal drama and relationship drama. Who doesn’t love a good love triangle that complicates things in the boardroom?

Although Partner Track was canceled, the Netflix series is still worth the watch. It’s addictive and full of characters you’ll either love to love or love to hate. As far as we’re concerned, Partner Track isn’t a Netflix show you should skip.

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