Two of the newest Netflix collection with good 100% scores on Rotten Tomatoes

Not each Netflix collection generally is a winner — and, in truth, tons of them are objectively and laughably dangerous — however sometimes the streaming big launches new titles or new seasons of current exhibits that critics or viewers, and typically each, will regard as good or near-perfect.

The identical can be true, by the way in which, for the opposite finish of the spectrum. Very often, you’ll see critics trash a Netflix collection that viewers love and vice versa, whereas it’s a lot rarer to see them each agree {that a} explicit collection is a failure. However it, too, occurs every so often, as with a brand new launch like Season 2 of Intercourse/Life (which is at the moment rocking a horrible 46% viewers rating on Rotten Tomatoes as of this writing and an much more abysmal 21% critics’ rating).

In the meantime, let’s look now at two Netflix collection with contemporary episodes that hit the streamer just lately and are nonetheless hanging on to good Rotten Tomatoes scores.

High-rated Netflix collection

The Netflix exhibits you’ll discover beneath, by the way in which, embody one new sports activities docuseries in addition to the second half of an current Netflix Ok-drama.

Full Swing

First up is Full Swing, a sports activities docuseries that debuted on Netflix final week and which the streamer has simply introduced it’s renewing for a second season.

A promotional nonetheless from the Netflix sports activities docuseries “Full Swing.” Picture supply: Netflix

The 8-episode collection has a 100% critics’ rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and right here’s what Netflix says so far as what viewers can count on:

“Full Swing follows a various group {of professional} golfers on and off the course, throughout a relentless season of competitors. The golfers endure a high-stakes schedule week in and week out, together with unique behind-the-scenes entry to the PGA Tour. The documentary offers followers an opportunity to get to know the gamers via their wins and losses and witness what it takes to compete — and succeed — on the highest stage in males’s skilled golf.”

Even informal sports activities followers, one Rotten Tomatoes critic notes, “can have no drawback with the venture as offered, as a result of a lot of the tales pull on the heartstrings.”

The Glory

As for this subsequent Netflix collection, The Glory is a Ok-drama that’s additionally a bit totally different from the style’s typical fare on Netflix.

For one factor, it’s cut up into two elements, which you by no means actually see Netflix do with a Korean collection (Half 2 of The Glory hit the service on March 10). Additionally, it’s constructed round a feminine lead and is not primarily a romance, which is the sort of story you are inclined to get from Netflix’s Korean collection which are constructed round ladies. There’s additionally nudity — in service of displaying the bodily scars of the primary character — however which, once more, is one thing out of the strange in a Netflix Korean collection.

The Glory on Netflix
Tune Hye-kyo as Moon Dong-eun in Netflix’s “The Glory” Picture supply: Graphyoda/Netflix

Like Full Swing, The Glory additionally at the moment has a 100% critics’ rating on Netflix. From Netflix’s description of the collection:

Tune Hye-kyo, one among Korea’s prime feminine leads, performs Moon Dong-eun, who’s looking for revenge on the bullies who destroyed her childhood. Taking over a really totally different character from her earlier outings in Now, We Are Breaking Up, Encounter and That Winter, the Wind Blows, Tune portrays a rage-filled lady eager to inflict the last word comeuppance on those that tormented her — in addition to those that didn’t carry a finger to assist.