9 Best Box Sets on Netflix

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Box sets make for a great few nights of movie fun or a satisfying week of binge-watching. Nowadays, you no longer have to go to the store and buy a box set to enjoy a series. Netflix has several great box sets to choose from, so let’s take a look. 

Below you will find the top nine best box sets available on Netflix

9 of the Best Box Sets Available on Netflix 

  1. Stranger Things
  2. Peaky Blinders
  3. The Crown
  4. The Great British Bake Off
  5. Avatar: The Last Airbender
  6. The Witcher 
  7. Breaking Bad
  8. The Dark Knight Series
  9. To All the Boys

1. Stranger Things

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Stranger Things (2016) – IMDb

IMDb Rating Rotten Tomatoes Rating Where Else to Watch
8.7/1093/100Netflix (Subscription) 

Stranger Things is both spooky and playful, reviewers say. One of the best box sets of this decade, Stranger Things will hook you within the first five minutes. The series is visually stunning, while the screenwriting does not disappoint. If you are looking for an intriguing mystery, this will be the box set to choose. 

This story begins in a small and peaceful town. However, when a boy goes missing, things take a turn for the worse. A number of the townspeople start to look for the boy, including a few kids, a police chief, and the boy’s mother. When they confront some supernatural entities, they realize that nothing will ever be the same again. 

2. Peaky Blinders 

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Peaky Blinders (2013) – IMDb

IMDb Rating Rotten Tomatoes Rating Where Else to Watch
8.8/1093/100Netflix (Subscription) 

Peaky Blinders is a must-watch for all lovers of classic gangster stories with a strong cast and intriguing script. Audiences everywhere love the show’s attention to detail, effectively drawing them in for an immersive experience. The show’s drama and action-scenes will keep you watching till the last episode. 

Set in England in the 1920s, this series follows Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy), a family gang’s fierce leader. Once he returns home from serving in WWI, he plans to continue growing his empire. He effectively runs the streets of Birmingham, but his sights are set on something much bigger. 

3. The Crown

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The Crown (2016) – IMDb

IMDb Rating Rotten Tomatoes Rating Where Else to Watch
8.7/1090/100Netflix (Subscription) 

The Crown’s cinematography raises the show to a whole new level. Reviewers note how impressive the performances are and how the set-pieces leave nothing to the imagination in a good way. If you feel like a historical drama with a plot full of twists and turns, this will be a great box set to watch. 

The show starts in the 1940s. This series follows Queen Elizabeth II (Claire Foy) as she embarks on a new and intimidating journey. You will see multiple dramas unfold throughout the seasons, including Princess Diana’s (Emma Corrin) tragic time in the royal family. 

4. The Great British Bake Off

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The Great British Baking Show (2010) – IMDb

IMDb Rating Rotten Tomatoes Rating Where Else to Watch
8.6/1089/100Netflix (Subscription), Hoopla (Subscription), PBS (Subscription), DIRECTV (Subscription), Amazon (buy or rent), Google Play (buy or rent), Fandango (buy or rent), Vudu (buy or rent)

If you feel like a positive, sweet, and comedic show, The Great British Baking Show will be the perfect box set to binge. This series is a highly entertaining show mixed with just the right amount of suspense and humor. Audiences love the show for its lighthearted and fun feel. 

Every week, a new set of amateur home bakers enter the competition and try to win the judge’s votes. The contestants complete three separate challenges. The first challenge is called the signature bake, which will be one of their own recipes. The second challenge will be the technical challenge, which normally involves a dish they have never baked before. The third challenge is called the showstopper, which will need a glamorous appearance. 

5. Avatar: The Last Airbender

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Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008) – IMDb

IMDb Rating Rotten Tomatoes Rating Where Else to Watch
9.2/1097/100Netflix (Subscription), Prime Video (Subscription), Paramount (Subscription), Nick Hits (Subscription), Amazon (buy or rent), Google Play (buy or rent), Microsoft (buy or rent), Vudu (buy or rent), Apple TV (buy or rent)

Said to be one of the best television shows ever created, The Last Airbender is full of compelling characters, exciting action, and profound philosophical lessons. Instead of mimicking the style of many other animated shows, The Last Airbender goes above and beyond and has a very distinct message and style of its own. 

When a young boy wakes up after decades of sleeping, he must fulfill his destiny and bring peace to the world again. The series follows Aang (Zach Tyler), Katara (Mae Whitman), and Sokka (Jack De Sena) as they travel the world to master all four magical elements. Aang must defeat the fire nation with his newly learned powers and bring order back to the earth, but that won’t come without challenges.

6. The Witcher

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The Witcher (2019) – IMDb

IMDb Rating Rotten Tomatoes Rating Where Else to Watch
8.2/1067/100Netflix (Subscription) 

Full of brutal action, distinctive characters, and a mysterious plotline, The Witcher is unlike anything before. If you are looking for some epic sword fights and deadly magic reminiscent of Game of Thrones vibes, this will be the show to check out. 

Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), a monster hunter, tries to find his place in the world as he finds himself living a repetitive, nondescript life. When he encounters a sorceress named Yennifer (Anya Chalotra), his life takes a turn. Destiny has handed him a new card that involves the sorceress and a princess (Freya Allan) with a mysterious gift. 

7. Breaking Bad 

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Breaking Bad (2008-2013) – IMDb

IMDb Rating Rotten Tomatoes Rating Where Else to Watch
9.5/1096/100Netflix (Subscription), DIRECTV (Subscription), Apple TV (rent or buy), Amazon (buy or rent), Google Play (buy or rent), Vudu (buy or rent), Redbox (buy or rent), Fandango (buy or rent)

One of the most loved TV shows of the modern age, Breaking Bad is a character-driven story that is addicting, reviewers claim. When an ordinary high-school chemistry teacher is diagnosed with stage three lung cancer, he decides to go into the drug business. His goal is to make enough money to support his wife and son when he is gone. 

Walter (Bryan Cranston) teams up with his former student Jesse (Aaron Paul) and must hide the business from his brother-in-law, who works for the DEA.

8. The Dark Knight Series (Batman Begins and The Dark Knight)

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Batman Begins (2005) – IMDb

IMDb Rating Rotten Tomatoes Rating Where Else to Watch
8.2/10, 9.0/1084/100, 94/100Netflix (Subscription), HBO Max (Subscription), and buy or rent on Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, Microsoft, Redbox, DIRECTV, AMC, and Fandango

While Netflix only streams the first two movies of the three in The Dark Knight series, the two movies are worthy for a binge-watch. While Batman Begins is a solid and captivating first film of a series, The Dark Knight is arguably one of the best comic book movies ever. The film showcases the late Heath Ledger’s Oscar-winning performance.

The series starts when a mugger kills Bruce Wayne’s (Christian Bale) parents. He soon travels to Asia to learn how to fight evil. His ultimate goal is to rid Gotham City of crime and corrupt organizations. 

9. To All the Boys

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018) – IMDb

IMDb Rating Rotten Tomatoes Rating Where Else to Watch
7.1/10, 6.0/10, 6.3/1096/100, 75/100, 78/100Netflix (Subscription) 

Sweet, cute, and fun, the To All the Boys franchise is the perfect binge-watch for a girl’s movie night. Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) is just a normal girl living a normal high school life. However, when her sister releases her secret love letters to the public, chaos ensues. She had written the letters just for her eyes only, and now every guy who she has ever loved knows her true feelings.