20 movies and series that you can watch in 4K on Netflix

20 movies and series that you can watch in 4K on Netflix

The streaming war is served. At the current HBO and Amazon Prime, two of the great competitors in the current market, the irruption of the Disney 'streaming' platform in our country is expected next year. Not to mention the Apple TV + service with a lower price than other services.

However,  Netflix is ​​still the go-to option for all types of users today . The leading VoD (Video on Demand) platform will release dozens of new series and movies throughout the coming year to mark a good marathon. Now, in the current catalog we already have very good options to hang out and in 4K!

Therefore, in this special we are going to tell you with hairs and signs which are the 20  best Netflix movies and series to watch in 4K . We will tell you what they are about and what you can find in them, so that you are clear about what you are going to find. We started!


Stranger things: the platform's star series and a real tribute to eighties cinema. Its plot follows the misadventures of a group of teenagers in the fictional Hawkins County, whose inhabitants are victims of mysterious forces from the alternate dimension known as the Upside Down. A story that masterfully combines suspense and adventure with a plot full of nods to films like 'Count on me', 'ET' or 'The Goonies' .

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Black Mirror: this series began its journey back in 2011 on the British channel Channel 4 until Netflix began to take over its production in 2016. Throughout its five seasons (so far), and a movie, the face is explored less kind of tech age in a totally dehumanized dystopian future. The narration is articulated through a series of self-concluding stories without an apparent linearity between them.


Sense 8: a risky production that generated millions of views on Netflix at its start, but had to be canceled in its second season due to its high costs and a considerable drop in audience. The plot revolves around eight unrelated characters who live in different places on the planet but are connected telepathically.

13 Reasons Why: This teen drama that deals with issues as thorny as cyberbullying, suicide and rape , managed to become a phenomenon with the premiere of its first season, but it has not managed to maintain the same popularity during the following two. Following the surprising suicide Hannah Baker, a 17-year-old girl, a classmate receives a box of cassette tapes, recorded by Hannah before her suicide, detailing the thirteen reasons that led her to end her life.


The Witcher: The Platform's Latest Big Pitch is based on the popular Andrezj Sapkowski novels and CD Projekt video games of the same name. This is a dark fantasy drama in which we follow in the footsteps of Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter whose fate will be linked to a sorceress and a young princess. The series has been a great audience success (not so critical), which has served to renew it for a second season scheduled for 2021.

Love, Death & Robots: an animated anthology that, through its 18 chapters , tells us about self-concluding stories that, although they pass through the science fiction genre, have no qualms about touching topics more related to terror, romance or fantasy. Its main attraction lies in its animation, which does not follow an artistic and aesthetic uniformity since each story has its own style from photorealistic 3D animation to more traditional animation.


A Series of  Catastrophic Misfortunes: Based on Lemony Snicket's eponymous book saga , the series tells us how the hapless Baudelaire orphans face all sorts of challenges and dangers, not to mention their lousy tutor, Count Olaf, who is obsessed with discovering the secrets of the family.

Lost in Space: a science fiction story for the whole family this Christmas. We are in the year 2048, the Robinson family has been selected to colonize a new planet in Alpha Centauri aboard the interstellar spacecraft 'Resolute'. After a rather spectacular landing on an unknown planet, the Robinsons must join forces to survive and escape , from the dangers that await on the mysterious planet.


Marvel's Daredevil: Matt Murdock is a lawyer who went blind in an accident as a child. This accident increased his remaining four senses and he uses them to fight crime in the New York neighborhood of Hell's Kitchen under the name Daredevil.

This series was the first of Marvel Studios' television productions in collaboration with Netflix, which was later followed by 'Jessica Jones',' Luke Cage 'and' Iron Fist ', leading to the crossover' Defenders'. These productions were originally intended to take place within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (UCM). While there are certain references to movies, Netflix series are currently outside of the MCU canon.

Cable Girls: Netflix's first Spanish series has just been renewed for its fifth season . Starring Blanca Suárez, Maggie Civantos, Ana Fernández and Nadia de Santiago, the story is about four young people who start working in a large telecommunications company in Madrid in 1928.



The Irishman: Martin Scorsese signs this acclaimed twilight film with which he intends to close with a flourish his long journey through the gangster cinema that has made him famous. On this occasion, the Oscar-winning director works again with Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci, and makes his debut with the great Al Pacino , to tell us a story about the murky ins and outs of organized crime that also serves as a review of one of the great unsolved mysteries in the history of the United States: the disappearance of the unionist Jimmy Hoffa.

Squad 6: this crazy action comedy stars the incombustible Ryan Reynolds and directed by the histrionic Michael Bay, responsible for great action films of the nineties such as The Rock, Armageddon or Bad Boys . 128 minutes of unbridled action in which six individuals fake their own deaths to form a squad of agents whose mission is to overthrow the most dangerous criminals in the world.


Bright: this kind of urban fantasy starring our beloved Will Smith was qualified to offer something new. An original product that, however, is not quite as satisfactory as it could be . Bright tells us a police thriller set in a universe inhabited by beings from a fantasy tale (elves, orcs, fairies) in which a team of policemen made up of a human and an orc patrol the city of Los Angeles avoiding a mysterious relic falls into the wrong hands.

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Blade Runner 2049: the continuation of the famous science fiction cult work , takes place 30 years after the original film. A new Blade Runner known by the pseudonym 'K' discovers a secret that leads him to search for Rick Deckard, the character played by Harrison Ford in the original film.

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Mystery on board: this action comedy stars a regular actor couple of this genre, Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler. The story is about a New York cop, who decides to take his wife on a trip to Europe. During the journey, the two end up on the yacht of an elderly billionaire, who ends up being murdered and they become the main suspects on board.

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Marriage Story: This heartbreaking story is about the breakup of a couple formed by Nicole, played by Scarlett Johansson, and Charlie, played by Adam Driver. In the past they were strongly united, but after a lifetime full of open wounds between them, their relationship will be broken into a thousand pieces until they reach the courts.

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Final Ambush: Two Texas Rangers are assigned as special investigators to hunt down Bonnie & Clyde and end their reign of thefts once and for all. Full of great actors (Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson, Kathy Bates), this story manages to crack the figure of the legendary bandits that so mythologized in film and literature, to show us the villain couple as they really were.

Klaus: This 2D animated film is an endearing story for the whole family, centered on the figure of Santa Claus through the eyes of the true protagonist of the play, Jesper, a young postman who is sent to a remote island in the polar circle .

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The Two Popes: this Netflix production takes us back to the year 2012, in full resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and the subsequent rise of the Argentine cardinal, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, whom we now know as Pope Francis. The grace of its script is that it tries to respond from fiction to an extended debate about the reason for the resignation of Benedict and the subsequent ascent to the throne of Saint Peter. Both have two different visions of the Church, but they must bring common ground to shape the future for the Catholic community around the world .

The Christmas Chronicles: another Christmas movie that is so popular around this time. Two brothers are ready to film Santa Claus at work on Christmas Eve. Together they manage to get on Santa's sleigh without his knowing it, but leading to dire consequences. From that moment on, they must join forces to save Christmas before it is too late.

So far our review of the best productions that you can see on Netflix in 4K quality so that you can enjoy them in the quality they deserve. And which one do you recommend us? Leave it in the comments.