Top shows on Netflix
(in no particular order – past and present)
A search for the truth amid police cover-up following the hit-and-run death of a 15-year-old African American boy.
Shot in the Dark
Follows the story of three competing 'stringers' in LA - camera men chasing the hardest-hitting and often confronting stories for the LA TV news market.
Sci-fi set in a future where humanity has colonised the solar system, it follows United Nations executive Chrisjen Avasarala.
A comedy series following Sam, a teenager on the autism spectrum, who has decided he is ready for romance.
The Get Down
Set in the South Bronx region of New York City in the late 1970s, a music-driven drama that documents the emergence of a revolutionary musical art form.
A contemporary reworking of The Twilight Zone with unique stories that tap into the collective unease about the modern world.
An edgy animated series about teenage friends finding their lives upended by the wonders and horrors of puberty.
An historical, biographical family drama about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
When a 12-year-old boy goes missing, his mother launches a terrifying investigation into his disappearance unravelling a series of extraordinary mysteries.
A Series of Unfortunate Events
Follows the tragic tale of three orphans who are investigating their parents' mysterious death.
Louis Theroux is an amazing storyteller. And although I don’t get to see much free-to-air TV, I’m really enjoying Employable Me on ABC TV – an insight into the everyday lives of people with a disability navigating the workforce.
Fave childhood show
ALF! (If you're under 30, check it out.)