The best Fantasy TV shows on Netflix

Netflix has used a lot of common sense over the years. The end? There are many very good TVs.

Here are our picks for the best reviews on Netflix. If you like mind -blowing movies, head over to here.

The Witcher (2019—)


When I first heard that Henry Cavill was cast as Geralt on The Witcher TV show, which was based on a story that became a very popular video game, I thought, “This can’t be good.”

Then I looked at the first part and thought, “This no sounds good.”

But in the end, was the show good? Then it becomes a thing. This is one of the most popular shows on Netflix.

Arcane (2021—)


It’s hard to believe I’ve got two reviews about video games on my list here. Arcane is just as good.

Based on the characters and lore of League of Legends, Arcane is a very beautiful show about family, trauma and the effects of poverty. It’s just an amazing show to look at.



Hellbound is a dark -thinking show about witches that drag people to Hell. If you just finished with Squid Game and want the next Korean movie, look no further. This rule.

The Secret and the Bones (2021—)


Shadow and Bone is based on a series of young fantasy stories written by Leigh Bardugo. There is a suspicion that this report is not necessary Better as some think, or not necessary to go in the main way as intended. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t watch it.

Niho ʻono (2021—)


Sweet Tooth is an imaginative game based on the comic book of the same name. After an illness – stay with me here – hybrid babies are born that are half human, half animal.

As you might expect, a schism appears. Some people can’t keep up with the emergence of this new hybrid and blame them for the disease. The show has been updated for the second season, so this is a good time to play catch.

Outlander (2014)


As a Scottish person, I admire Outlander and hate him.

Scottish men were again made to be pleasant, but also given to people without sarcasm, feelings that were not appropriate for us. We can’t hope to compete with Sam Heughan, the key player of Jamie Fraser. Humor.

Outlander is another voyage that takes Claire back in antiquity from World War II to 1743 Scotland. It’s a thinker for a romance story, but it’s a self -conscious one. It was built for binging.

Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008)


Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of the best animated shows ever forever. Aang is the last titular Airbender, a messianic character who can control four main elements: air, fire, water and earth.

But trying to explain why Avatar is so beautiful, clever and surprisingly serious is pointless. Just do it yourself and watch.

Castlevania (2017-2021)


Yes, let’s do this again …

I can’t believe I got it three TV shows about video games are on this list! Again, Castlevania very sounds good. A dark thought -provoking show about the video game of the same name, the very popular Castlevania, demanding and beautifully animated. Give it a moment, even if you haven’t heard of the game.

The Story of Korra (2012-2014)


I can’t put Avatar on the list without adding The Legend of Korra.

Set in a universal, years after the events of the original Avatar, The Legend of Korra is a more mature version of the show, based on mature themes. He was humiliated. Take a look.

Demon Slayer (2019—)

Shonen runs every week

Can I go with adding anime to this list? I’m sorry, I do.

Maybe, if you’re a fan of anime you’re watching Demon Slayer or, at the very least, you see it alive. Currently, it is probably the most popular anime in the world. Demon Slayer is a show about a man who kills demons. Wili: Her sister is part demon, and they go together. It’s pretty entertaining and the fights are ballistic.

Attack on Titan (2013-2022)


Since we’re working on the anime right now, we’ll probably be doing Attack on Titan as well.

Attack on Titan is an anime set in a medieval universe where people are constantly threatened by the skyscraper-size humanoid “Titans” who eat humans.

Probably so. You have to watch.

The Dragon Prince (2018—)


The Dragon Prince is often compared to another legend in this series – Avatar.

That’s the highest credit you get for a thoughtful presentation.

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (2019)

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Based on the 1982 cult classic, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is an excellent way to practice nostalgia bait. Sadly, the loss of the deal ended Netflix before it had a second chance. There’s no idea you can’t look at the first one.

Merlin (2008-2012)


A BBC TV show about Arthurian mythology, Merlin combines a Doctor Who aesthetic with fantasy.

It’s a small thing, of course, but Merlin is a cult after admiration for some good deeds. Don’t just think about the foundational properties of Game of Thrones.

Sabrina’s Adventures (2018-2020)

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Based on the classic children’s sitcom Sabrina The Teenage Witch, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina reinvents itself as a black play about magic. Amazingly, it did.

Prepare yourself for a different outcome, but this test gives.

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