Top 10 Streaming Series for the First Quarter of 2021

Among the new releases this year, some series and documentaries stand out. We bring you the best products that have been produced according to Metacritic.

The broadcast series continues to be the champions in 2021. In the first quarter of the year, some highly anticipated films have arrived, as well as well-received documentaries on these platforms, such as Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime Video and Filmin, among others.

We present to you the top 10 of the best series and documentaries according to Metacritic rating.

(We recommend: Amazon Prime Video: These are the April 2021 releases).

1. It´sa without: With a score of 9.8; The five-act mini-series written and designed by Russell T Davis in the early 1980s, as five friends (Ole Alexander, Amary Douglas, Callum Scott Howells, Lydia West and Nathaniel Curtis) move to London to discover that their lives have been forever changed due to HIV / AIDS. It premiered in the UK on Channel 4 on January 22, 2021 and in the US on HBO Max on February 18, 2021.

2. Last Chance U: Basketball Season 1: The documentary series expands to include college basketball with the 2019-2020 season of East Los Angeles College Huskies. He got a score of 9.0.

3. Drawing with John Season 1: John Lowry reflects on the life and lessons he learned while painting his home in the Caribbean.

4. The Black Church: This is our story, this is our song: With 85 points, the two-part, four-hour mini-series presented by Henry Lewis Gates Jr. explores the history of black churches that began when slaves were brought from Africa to the Americas.

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5. Lupine: A total score of 82 points for the French Netflix series, puts it in fifth place. Asani Diop (Omar C) seeks to steal a necklace her father has accused of wearing for years. Created by Georges Kaye with François Ouzan who was inspired by Arsene Le Pen’s books by Maurice LeBlanc.

6. Waffles and Mochi: With 82 points, the series that deals with Waffles and Mochi in their dream of becoming chefs exists and with the help of supermarket owner (Michelle Obama) they travel the world to learn about food and cooking.

7. Dickinson season two: Apple TV + series scored 81 points. Emily struggles with fame when she meets Edgar Allan Poe (Nick Kroll), architect Frederick Law Olmsted (Timothy Simmons) and newspaper editor Sam Bowles (Finn Jones).

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8. Amendment: Fighting for America: Will Smith presents this six-part documentary series on the history of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution with readings written by Maharshala Ali, Samuel L. Jackson, Diane Lynn, Pedro Pascal and Yara Shahidi. He had 79 points.

9. The Special Episode of Ecstasy, Part 2: HBO was rated with 78 points. A teen drama based on the Israeli series of the same name written by Ron Leshem, Daphna Levin and Tamera Yardeni, which premiered on HBO on June 16, 2019.1 on July 11, 2019, the series has been renewed for a second season.

10- Season of Service 2: Apple TV + series scores 77 points. Leanne returns with Dorothy and Shawn in the second season of M. Night’s Thyamalan.

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Terry Alexander

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