Favorite French Netflix Series

If you ever want to binge on Netflix in French you probably already know that there’s a very good selection of movies and series to tune into. There’s something for everyone from comedies, documentaries, thrillers to the supernatural. These are the recent French series I really enjoyed and more to come as this post will get updated.

Call My Agent! / Dix pour cent   (2015-2020 ) 4 seasons created by Fanny Herrero with cast  Camille Cottin, Thibault de MontalembertGrégory Montel In this French series we’re invited behind the scenes of a top Paris talent agency and their clients who happen to be the real live French celebrities playing themselves intertwined with their own private lives.


The Hook-Up Plan – Plan Coeur 2018-2020 -Comedy (3 seasons)-  Created by Chris Lang and Noémie Saglio with cast  Ryan Colt Levy, Tom Dingler, Joséphine Draï.  This is Elsa’s life in Paris and the strong friendship bond between her and her girlfriends. When she breaks up and can not forget her ex., her BFF secretly hires a male escort hoping to help her move on but this hook-up plan takes on an unexpected twist of fate.


Emily in Paris (2020)  –  the new series from the creator of Sex and the City, Darren Star, premiered October 2 on Netflix Starring: Lily Collins, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park, Lucas Bravo, Camille Razat. Emily Cooper is suddenly catapulted from Chicago to Paris to act as a young marketing executive in an established French marketing agency.   

Family Business Created by Igor Gotesman with cast  Jonathan Cohen, Gérard Darmon, Julia Piaton. 2019- Comedy –  (1 season) When Joseph, a down and out entrepreneur, learns that cannabis will be legalized in France, he decides to enlist his family and friends to transform his father’s Kosher butcher shop into the first marijuana coffeeshop in France. 

Criminal France  Created by George Kay and Jim Field Smith with cast  Margot Bancilhon, Laurent Lucas, Stéphane Jobert. 2019- Psycho Drama – (1 season ) – Set inside a police interview room in Paris, suspects, and investigators face off in an intricate intense dance where secrets emerge and cases unravel with unexpected sometimes bizarre twists.


The Bonfire of Destiny – Le bazar de la charité Created by Catherine Ramberg, Karin Spreuzkouski and cast: Audrey Fleurot, Julie de Bona, Camille Lou. 2019 – (1 season)  Inspired by real events, The Bazar de la Charité was an annual charity event organized by the French Catholic aristocracy in Paris from 1885. The 1897  fire claimed 126 lives, many of them aristocratic women: Duchess of Alençon, née Duchess Sophie in Bavaria, sister of the famous Empress Sisi and onetime fiancée of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. In the series, after this devastating fire, three women find their lives upended by betrayal, deception, and romantic turmoil.


Unit 42-  Unité 42 Created by Charlotte Joulia, Julie Bertrand, Annie Carels  and cast Patrick Ridremont, Constance Gay, Tom Audenaert. 2017 – (1 season)  Inspector Sam Leroy joins Brussels’ Cyber Crime Unit. He is raising his kids on his own.  Confronted with new codes, he must collaborate with Billie Vebber, a former hacker who covertly pursues objectives of her own.

Marseille   2016 – Political Drama – (2 sesaons)  Starring   Gérard Depardieu, Benoît Magimel, and Nadia Farès. “A tale of power, corruption and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the French port city of Marseille.”

French Chef Table – 2016 

Make it a French movie night and grab the brie, baguette  & red wine to munch. What’s your go-to French series on Netflix?

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