New on Netflix: 7 Fantasy Shows With 100% Rotten Tomatoes Score
Here are the very best fantasy series available on Netflix this month.
Dive into Netflix 's latest TV offerings with these seven new fantasy series available for streaming this month.
If mystical worlds, mythical creatures, and magical spells is what you are looking for, here are the highest-rated fantasy shows which are not to be missed, according to Rotten Tomatoes.
A part spin-off/sequel to one of Netflix's most successful previous animated series, 'Castlevania'. This American adult animated dark fantasy series continues with the story of a group of heroes set to defeat the threat of a vampire invasion. This series now takes place 300 years later, amidst the backdrop of the French Revolution, and featuring the great descendant of Trevor Belmont. Nocturne continues the positive qualities that made its predecessor so successful, with even more beautiful animation, compelling characters and fantastic writing.
The Dragon Prince
Earning critical acclaim for its amazing mix of story, vocal performances, animation, and humor, this animated fantasy series has already begun to earn a dedicated fan base. The show tells the story of human princes Callum and Ezran and the Moonshadow Elf Rayla, who seek to end the thousand-year-old conflict between the human kingdoms and the elves, whilst taking care of the new infant Sky Dragon. After just airing its fifth season, the series has already been renewed for another two, meaning there are plenty of episodes already available for you to catch up on.
Better Than Us
It's unusual for Russian sci-fi series to do well internationally, but the compelling characters and thw amazing writing of Better Than Us have made this Netflix original a big hit with audiences. The show revolves around an android named Arisa and is set in the year 2029, where androids are commonly used throughout society. However, it soon becomes clear that unlike other androids, Arisa does not play by the same rules. Throughout the series, there is a gripping story and some dramatic action sequences.
Oni: Thunder God's Tale
Featuring some breathtaking computer animation, this fantasy limited series provides gorgeous visuals, a grounded story, and a supportive message at its heart. Inspired by Japanese folklore, the series tells a story of a young girl named Onari, who aspires to become a mighty hero to protect her village from the mysterious Oni. Suitable for all ages, this beautiful animated classic has something for everyone to enjoy.
The Sound of Magic
A brand new South Korean series, it tells the story of Yoon Ah-yi's journey from a disillusioned student to a believer in magic. Through an unexpected friendship with Ri Eul, an adult magician who longs for eternal youth, and the involvement of her desk mate Na Il-deung, they embark on an adventure to reignite their belief in the extraordinary. As a musical drama, the series also has plenty of enjoyable songs and choreography to keep you hooked until the very end.
Based on the hugely successful manga series, Dorohedoro is an original Japanese anime that is as strange as it is violent. And yet, it has a lot of heart through the personification of its characters and its fluid and expressive animation style. Set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, where magical sorcerers and a hell dimension also exist, the series has plenty of imagination to immerse you in this creative new world.
Maya and the Three
Another artistically compelling animated miniseries, Maya and the Three offers an exciting story based on an intriguing theme of Aztec mythology. Set in a world inspired by late pre-colonial Mesoamerica, warrior princess Maya's fifteenth birthday celebration takes a dark turn when the gods of the underworld demand retribution for her family's misdeeds. Faced with a choice between compliance and the destruction of the world, Maya embarks on a prophesied quest in search of three warriors who can defy the gods and save humanity from imminent destruction.