5. BoJack Horseman
Speaking of the road less travelled, BoJack Horseman is one of the weirdest, most absurdly hilarious shows in existence. It has a cult following who would be unlikely to switch to a different streaming service. After all, where else can you watch the self-destructive adventures of a former child star, alcoholic half-horse, half-man protagonist? Netflix definitely has carved a new niche market with this original series.
Marvel Studios signed a contract with Netflix that promised the streaming company exclusive rights to four TV shows. Daredevil was the first one to premiere and it’s been enormously successful. The relationship with Marvel is particularly helpful to Netflix, because the various shows are woven together.
7. Jessica Jones
Jessica Jones was the follow-up series to Daredevil and critics are calling it the best show Marvel has ever made. At some point, we expect to see the characters cross over into each other’s storylines. Marvel is amazing at tying plots together. Luckily, Netflix owns exclusive streaming rights.
An added bonus: at the end of the four Marvel series, Netflix will have a miniseries that features all four superheroes. Since Marvel has a deep, deep lineup of superheroes yet to enter their cinematic universe, Netflix can count on a big number of fans to stay loyal.