Thursday, January 27

Rotten Tomatoes: Ten Highly Rated Current Series | Digital Trends Spanish

Streaming platforms allow us to have access to a wide variety of successful series. Sometimes there are many options and this means that we do not know well what we want to see.

Fortunately, there are sites that collect criticism and reviews from specialized professionals in the entertainment world, which makes it a bit easier for us to choose the content we want to reproduce.

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One of the most popular is Rotten tomatoes, which hosts professional reviews and critiques and gives you a rating based on this analysis.

Below we have wanted to highlight some of the current series that have been best valued by this platform:


Only positive reviews has received this Netflix series that expands the universe of popular videogame League of Legends.

Part of its success is due to the fact that it has expanded the stories between the characters, introducing some new ones, which allows the series to be enjoyed by an audience that goes beyond the gamer realm.

The production of Riot Game has already been confirmed for a second season and threatens The Squid Game with becoming one of the most viewed in Netflix history.

Rotten Tomatoes: 100%

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Succession (third season)

One of the favorites for the Golden Globes. The third cycle of the HBO Max series showed that it is more current than ever and that it has managed to keep a significant number of fans since its arrival on the screen.

The story revolves around the Roy family, owners of one of the most important audiovisual media conglomerates in the world, as they try to figure out who will take over the family business once the patriarch has retired.

Rotten Tomatoes: 96%

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Olivia Colman is known for turning everything she touches to gold. The same could happen with Landscapers, which has just hit HBO Max with the premiere of its first chapter.

It is a miniseries that shows the history of the marriage of Susan and Christopher Edwards who are investigated after the discovery of two bodies in the courtyard of their home in England.

Landscapers is inspired by a true story and also stars David Thewlis (Fargo).

Rotten Tomatoes: 97%

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Superhero stories continue to enjoy good health on streaming. The first season of Hawkeye is now available in Disney Plus and achieved a good reception among critics and fans of this genre.

The production is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and is based on the character of the same name. The story takes place after the events we met in Avengers: Endgame of 2019.

As in the movie saga, Hawkeye stars Jeremy Renner. This time, the production features Kate Bishop, played by Hailee Steinfeld.

Rotten Tomatoes reviews highlight the chemistry between the two leads and the action scenes, though they warn that their slow start may disappoint some viewers.

Rotten Tomatoes: 91%

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Station Eleven

For some reason, people have taken advantage of the period of pandemic to devour all content related to the end of the world.

It is likely that Station Eleven has been helped by this trend to achieve part of its success.

The series shows how a flu devastated a large part of humanity (too soon, right?), Although it should be mentioned that filming began before the pandemic; in fact, the filming had to be suspended due to the health crisis.

The series is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Emily St. John Mandel and has already premiered its first chapters on HBO Max, which have been applauded by critics and fans.

Rotten Tomatoes: 95%

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This Korean series wants to take advantage of the road paved by The Squid Game and become another massive hit.

To do so, he has chosen a darker and more sinister method, since the story shows a sudden supernatural event where an angel of death announces to some people the exact day and time when they will die.

Although it has not yet been confirmed, the miniseries could have a second season on Netflix.

Rotten Tomatoes: 96%

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The Wheel of Time

Many have defined it as the new game of Thrones. At least its first episodes have been well received by critics.

It is an adaptation of Robert Jordan’s literary work of the same name and shows a powerful organization of women who can use magic.

According to Rotten Tomatoes, one of its greatest successes is enthusing an audience that does not know the original literary version.

The series premieres its latest episode on December 24 on Amazon Prime Video.

Rotten Tomatoes: 83%

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The Witcher (second season)

This Netflix series can be considered a real unexpected success. The production has just premiered its second season, which had to be postponed several times due to the pandemic.

According to the streaming synopsis, the story should pick up the events that were presented in the first season that arrived two years ago on the platform.

Henry Cavill, Freya Allan and Anya Chalotra return to star roles.

Rotten Tomatoes: 92%

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Yellowstone (season four)

The fourth season of this series has just arrived at Paramount. The drama created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson premiered in 2018 and has left a great taste for viewers.

The series shows the conflicts that arise along the shared borders of a large cattle ranch, an Indian reservation and Yellowstone National Park.

Kevin Costner plays John Dutton in the title role and also serves as an executive producer.

Rotten Tomatoes: 100%

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The paper house (fifth season)

Another of the most recent Netflix phenomena. The Spanish series premiered its season five in the United States receiving several accolades.

In fact, the North American nation is preparing its own version, the announcement of which has failed to enthuse fans of the original story much.

The last chapters of Money heist (The paper house) have been seen by a significant number of fans; in fact, the name of the series became a trend on social networks.

Rotten Tomatoes: 88%

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