06. The People vs. OJ Simpson (FX)
With 5 awards received in the last Emmy Awards, the mini-series of Ryan Murphy has totally convinced the critics and also the public, who was passionate massively for this astounding reconstruction of the case of OJ Simpson. A surreal diving in the 90s and the American judicial system, supported by a cast in gold, starting with Sarah Paulson, just perfect.
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05. Black Mirror , season 3 (Netflix)
Two years after the end of the series on Channel 4, Charlie Brooker continues its dystopian anthology on Netflix, delivering six times the episodes at once, for a 3-uneven seasons, but totally brilliant each time. In short, the good episodes are really very good. Black Mirror remains a marvel of originality, and it’s incredibly stimulating.
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04. Game of Thrones , Season 6 (HBO)
After a disappointing season 5 finale, Game of Thrones has clearly shifted into high gear, doubling the books of George RR Martin. The vast history of Westeros has been more exciting than ever, in this sixth season which undeniably imposes itself as the best of the series, until now. From the battle of the bastards, to the revelation Lyanna Stark, via the revenge of Cersei, she ideally launched the 7 Kingdoms towards the final run. It is not for nothing if it won the Supreme Trophy at the Emmy Awards in September.
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03. Stranger Things (Netflix)
It is THE series that marked 2016 of its imprint. Early in the summer, Stranger Things has gripped the world with madness and darkness. Between nostalgia and fascination, we were passionate about the incredible mythology of this universe from up to down.
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