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Now a days we have seen one of more web series are hitting lots of good reviews but what about those shows which are underrated? are these shows are really bad?

Quarantined or simply self-isolating, you’re likely stuck at home with a fair amount of time on your hands and bingeing series and movies during the quarantine. Luckily, there’s an abundance of entertainment to stream online. But you can’t rely on just what you've heard about, can you?

Here are 4 underrated series that are definitely binge-worthy while you try to pass your time during the quarantine.

Peaky Blinders
A dangerous Tommy Shelby leads Peaky Blinders, a criminal gang based in Birmingham in 1919. Chief Inspector Chester Campbell decides to nab him and put an end to the activities of this gang.

If you like Victorian crime shows Sherlock Holmes then you will definitely love this. There are two differences which make Peaky Blinders stand out.
The first is it isn't set in London. Why is this a good thing? It's a nice change of scene, change of accent and culture. Peaky Blinders gives you a great sense of what Birmingham was like at the time.

The second reason it stands out is it is told from the criminal's point of view. You get a feeling of belonging to the Peaky Blinders and despite all the terrible acts they carry out there is fundamental decency somewhere deep down in Thomas Shelby.

Peaky Blinders is one of the most unique British dramas ever made. The attention to the little details of the show is what makes it better than other shows you watch. It is most appealing more to purists and true fans of the cult/gangster genre.

Streamer: Netflix

Eight strangers around the globe find themselves connected -- first by a violent vision, then by their shared ability to connect with one another's thoughts and actions, and finally by the urgent need to find out what happened and why.

Sense8 tells a global story of 8 random people who are mysteriously connected. What we end up with is a TV show that is like 8 separate movies, each character's story feeling unique and truthful to the culture and location in which they exist. The 8 characters, and the challenges they face, are each deeply human and compelling.

The cinematography, dialogue, and acting are all top-notch. The show shows quite real philosophies from cultures the world over.

Sense8 could easily have been a gimmick-show with a premise bigger than its characters but the show does everything right. It accomplishes the basics of good, solid storytelling well which means the unique and original science fiction conceit works as more than just a way of getting a script-pitch funded.

Streamer: Netflix

When two children go missing in a small German town, its sinful past is exposed along with the double lives and fractured relationships that exist among four families as they search for the kids.
The show is insanely good with every episode shocking you in ways you never thought was possible. The constant gripping revelations are so unexpected but tie the story so well together.
The acting s****s of the entire cast are exceptional and convincing complete with tons of heartfelt scenes between different character dynamics. This show is the perfect epitome of a well thought out show that knows where it's trying to advance its story.

Amazing writing, acting, great plot, and leaves you mind blown.

Streamer: Netflix

Doctor Who
The Doctor, a mysterious 2,000-year-old time-travelling figure, and his companions journey across time and space in a ship known as TARDIS.

Doctor Who ends with a crash, bang, wallop, thud, a scratch of the head and cry into the void, to say the least.
The series is one of the best series of its time. With the doctor travelling throughout the universe and saving the world once and again throughout with his various partners, the show gives you the excitement of what's to come with every episode.
The show progresses showing the adventures of a time lord who is the last of his kind. You see the doctor becoming different people literally and figuratively. For the better part, the show was ahead of its time with lots of diversity and the doctor being pointed towards being a non-binary bi***ual.

Streamer: Netflix

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