15 most overrated Netflix shows of 2021



Overrated Netflix Shows 2021

Netflix has some great shows, but not all of them live up to their potential or the hype they receive before or after release. Some are hugely overrated Netflix shows, and some just have a few issues that can easily be fixed with smart writing.

Sometimes Netflix puts all its money into a show that turns out to be horrible, and sometimes viewers get hooked on a show that isn’t that great.

But it must also be said that TV shows, movies, books or any other media that you like are entirely subjective. What I like can be a complete trash can for you and what you like might make me roll my eyes.

That being said, no genre has been spared the list. There’s horror, romance, thrillers, teen dramas, fantasy, comedy, reality shows, and a ton of adaptations from the book to TV. Netflix loves to adapt a book into a series, and they don’t always do it justice.

Based on this list I’ve compiled, there’s a good chance one of your favorites is here. Unless your favorite is Strange things Where The witcher. Yes, they both have writing issues every now and then, but I love them. But that doesn’t mean some of my favorites aren’t on this list either. There are a few, and you’ll know when you get there.

So let’s take a look at 15 of the most overrated Netflix shows of 2021.

Overrated Netflix Shows: Virgin River

Seasons: 3

Created by: Sue Tenney

With: Martin Henderson, Tim Matheson, Alexander Breckinridge, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Colin Lawrence, Grayson Maxwell Gurnsey, Lauren Hammersley, Nicola Cavendish and Annette O’Toole

Why it’s overrated: I know you all love this show, but I just couldn’t do it. I gave it a season, but the acting and the storylines made me want to back down. I don’t fully understand why this book was chosen to be a show. Mostly a show for Netflix.

Virgin river gives off Hallmark and Lifetime film vibes. If it was on one of those channels, I would totally understand it. But Netflix? And they’ve already renewed it for season 4 and season 5.

I don’t understand the popularity. This is nothing new. A woman with a difficult past moves to a small town and falls in love as she faces the city drama. It could be a soap opera (which I guess explains the number of seasons because soap operas go on forever). And this series is 19 books at the moment. There’s no way Netflix will make it run that long, is there? Law??

Why are so many people watching this? If you like the dramatic level, great. I understand. But there are better shows.

If you like light and cheerful shows, this is not it. There is an illness, death, relationship problem, or crime committed at least twice per season, or even once per episode. So what’s the draw? Why the popularity? For me, it’s so overrated.


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