The 10 best Netflix period series that hook



    What do period series have that we like so much? Is it because, in order to know where we are going, we first want to know who we were? Or maybe it could be due to the irresistible curiosity of visiting stories in contexts completely alien to the ones we live in? Our selection of the 10 best hooking vintage Netflix series does not contain the answer, but some of them do form part of the select group of the most awarded Netflix serieswhile many others are also one of the best series of 2022.

    The first one we have to mention is, of course, ‘Peaky Blinders’. One of the great phenomena of recent years, capable of putting the specialized critics and his followers in agreement, who have seen how he has been growing season after season. In it, an inspired Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy, Charlie Murphy, Natasha O’Keeffe and Paul Anderson, among others, meet in this unusual crime drama about the ins and outs of the violent family led by Thomas Shelby. It is part of the canceled series and final seasons in 2022, which is perfect for a good marathon. Do it, by order of the bloody Peaky Blinders!

    If pure historical drama is your thing over a nice cup of Tetley (pinky up, of course), you have to see the life of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants in ‘Downton Abbey’, led by the incombustible Maggie Smith. In addition, you will be able to witness the events that have hit British society and, by extension, the entire world, such as the sinking of the Titanic, the outbreak of the First World War or the Spanish flu pandemic. If, on the other hand, you want hook you up to a story that can cause you to overdose on sugar, you can’t ignore The Bridgertonswhose second season has been a huge success.

    Let’s hope you continue betting on ‘Outlander’one of the veterans on this list, whose main claim is that twist when adding elements of Science fiction, thus moving away from the usual trend. And in case you haven’t already, we encourage you to discover ‘Anne with an E’the reformulation of ‘Ana de las Tejas Verdes’ that has given rise to one of the best Netflix series to watch as a family.

    And, of course, along with all these, always shine with special force ‘The Crown’, one of the best Netflix original series, where we witness the exciting life of Elizabeth II, the current Queen of England, with the splendid Claire Foy and Olivia Colman. They really are the queens.

Peaky Blinders

A period series far from what you conceived as “a period series”. Peaky Blinders Now a cult series that mixture the drama and thriller to introduce ourselves to the rhythm of Bowie, ‘Radiohead’ or the ‘Arctic Monkeys’ at the criminal gang most famous in Birmingham (UK). In June 2022, and after six seasons, the story led by Tommy Shelby (a brilliant Cillian Murphy) came to an end and here you have the explained ending of ‘Peaky Blinders’ in case you want to answer any questions. Have you been left wanting more? Maybe you needed some answers? Don’t worry, the future ‘Peaky Blinders’, the movie, will try to answer everything that has been left unfinished.

‘The Crown’

Series based on ‘The Audience’, the successful play by Peter Morgan. ‘The Crown’ narrates the history of the queen of England, Elizabeth IIin such a way that each season we witness the political intrigues and rivalries of the palace throughout a period of reign of the current British monarch – being almost a centenarian has these things – starting with a young Claire Foy in its first two seasons, continuing with Olivia Coleman and waiting to see in action Imelda Staunton through the halls of Buckingham Palace in season 5 of ‘The Crown’ which, hopefully, will not be branded as “unfair”, “worrisome” and “cruel” like the fourth season of ‘The Crown’, according to the British royal family.

‘The Bridgertons’

If you haven’t read the Julia Quinn books and don’t know what you’re getting yourself into, you may start out with a considerable arch of your eyebrows, but if you endure the initial hesitations, you’ll find that this Serie which tells the 19th century London upper class love (under a formalism that evokes our present) is one of the most addictive on Netflix in recent years.

Its deeper themes and rounder characters justify why season 2 of ‘The Bridgertons’ is better than the first. We are looking forward to expanding more details on season 3 of ‘The Bridgertons’that will stop following the order of the Julia Quinn books and will feature Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington as new leads.

‘Outlander’

‘Outlander’ is a series based on the successful literary saga of Diana Gabaldon that, within a somewhat corseted genre, adds an irresistible element that differentiates it from the rest: that of the science fiction through time travel (It is no coincidence that the creator of this adaptation is Ronald D. Moore, the mind behind ‘Battlestar Galactica’, one of the great science fiction series of the 21st century)

The protagonist of ‘Outlander’ is Claire Randall (Caitríona Balfe), a nurse from the 1940s who, touching ancient stones during a trip to Scotland, wakes up two centuries ago to experience one of those intense love triangles that are hard to forget between two men belonging to to different realities.

After witnessing the most unusual sex scene on ‘Outlander’ to date, we now have to deal with withdrawal and wait until 2023 to see ‘Outlander’ season 7.

‘Downton Abbey’

One of the most successful series in recent years, including 3 Golden Globes, 15 Emmy Awards and 3 BAFTA Awards, which allows us to learn more about the England from 1912 to 1926 and about the relationship between one English upper class society and another as disparate as that of their servants. Jealousy, love, envy, war, aristocracy and even a cameo by George Clooney are concentrated in the corridor secrets of a luxurious Victorian country mansion.

If you’re left wanting more, you can watch the 2019 movie and the 2022 sequel, but don’t miss the 5 things you need to know before watching ‘Downton Abbey: A New Age’.

‘Anne with an E’

Despite its puzzling title, ‘Anne with an E’, the umpteenth -and also the best- adaptation of ‘Anne of Green Gables’the classic 1908 work of children’s literature created by Lucy Maud Montgomery, is one of those Netflix series that don’t look good but are pretty good.

Throughout three seasons (a shame because it is one of those series with a somewhat abrupt ending), we will meet a renewed version of the story of the intelligent and imaginative Anne Shirley, the orphan girl adopted by two brothers who, on this occasion, is played by Amybeth McNulty, an actress whom we have seen in Stranger Things 4 as the romantic interest of Robin (Maya Hawke). Will she be back for the final season? For now, this is all we know about ‘Stranger Things 5’.

‘The Last Kingdom’

In 2015, the producers of ‘Downton Abbey’ decided that we had had enough tea and, inspired by the novels of Bernard Cornwell, created this series about the birth of England with a staging and spectacular setting under a realistic tone. In it, we will be able to attend the resistance of a divided England in the key period of the Viking invasions. Definitely, ‘The Last Kingdom’ is one of those Netflix adventure series that you cannot miss.

By the way, the fifth season will not be the end of the series, since ‘The Last Kingdom’ will close with a spin-off movie.

‘The cook from Castamar’

Set in 18th-century Madrid, ‘La cocinera de Castamar’ is the adaptation of the homonymous novel by Fernando J. Múñez about a forbidden romance and class struggle suffered by the young cook with agoraphobia Clara Belmonte (Michelle Jenner) and Diego (Robert Enriquez), Duke of Castamar. And, if that wasn’t enough, we also have Hugo Silva like Enrique de Arcona, the main villain of the function. Without a doubt, it is part of this list because it is one of the best Spanish series on Netflix.

‘Vikings’

‘Vikings’ shared an exciting series duel at a time when ‘Game of Thrones’ was the queen (you know, when you play the game of thrones, you win or you die). This is not an impediment for the work of Michael Hirst to have some exciting seasonsas well as a range of excellent charactersamong which will always stand out Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), the great leader destined to become the king of the Viking tribes.
A series with its licenses, which leans more towards the very enjoyable fiction than towards the faithful portrait. Therefore, it is convenient to know the truths and lies of the historical figures seen in ‘Vikings’.

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