Every 2016 Netflix Exclusive TV Show Ranked Worst To Best

Cutting the cord never felt so good.


Netflix has revolutionised the way we watch TV, and the streaming giant is on track to hit an astonishing 100 million subscribers next year.

Though providing convenient on-demand streams of your favourite shows is one thing, Netflix sure hasn't rested on its laurels, and 2016 was the year that saw the platform truly branch out as a media machine in their own right.

With a fast-growing number of bespoke TV shows and movies for you to enjoy, Netflix are quickly cornering a market that their competition just can't find a way to compete with.

Given the critical acclaim of the majority of their TV content, it's been a tough task sorting the best from the worst released over the past year, so as you make your binge-watching decisions, maybe keep these rankings in mind.

Here is every major 2016 Netflix-exclusive TV show ranked from worst to best...

20. Fuller House (Seasons 1 & 2)


It shouldn't be massively surprising that a 20-years-later Full House revival is heavily reliant on nostalgia, but it's often to the detriment of any palpable drama in this strictly-for-fans belated follow-up.

The cameos from former cast members and celebrity guest stars alike often bog the show down (especially Macy Gray's shambolic appearance), and though some character beats do work, they're mostly overshadowed by a low-effort production.

Season two, released just last month, was a marginal improvement, but it's still a difficult proposition in the contemporary comedy landscape, where its cheesy 90s stylings clash harshly with pop-culture references that want to seem desperately of-the-moment.

Again, for the hardcore crowd only.


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