Netflix is a streamer that the world knows about and is a house to a gazillion of shows. Hence, it becomes tough at times to decide what to watch and what not to watch. Following our instincts, we end up seeing their ratings. Now, when it comes to Rotten Tomatoes, it tracks the reviews from the audience and the critics too. So, we have a list for you that talks about some of the best reality shows on Netflix according to Rotten Tomatoes. Check it out!
Cheer – 97%
The reality series followed a cheerleading team for Navarro College. The show followed the athletes of the team as they prepared for a big competition coming ahead. However, the show also focuses on their personal life, ups and downs, and family life. The show was outstanding as it talked about issues no one talked about before.
Nailed It! – 98%
It’s a baking show competition that you don’t get to see every day. The show is currently on season 6. However, the show did so great that its festive edition of the show, Nailed It! Holiday!, was also commissioned for two seasons – 2018 and 2019. So basically, the show has amateur bakers who try to recreate recipes they see on social media. Simply, they either nail it, or they don’t.
Blown Away – 100%
It might seem like glassblowing is a bad idea for a full-time show but Blown Away just proves otherwise. The show puts 10 competitors in different challenges to prove whose glasswork is better. The prize money is not much though. The winner walks home with $60,000 and a deal with Corning Museum of Glass in New York.
Lenox Hill – 100%
The culture of reality documentaries is picking up quickly and Lenox Hill proves the same. in 2020, Netflix released the documentary that followed the lives of medical professionals at New York’s Lenox Hill. Even though the show only has one season with nine episodes, the way it amalgamates drama and the sense of motivation is just perfect.
Queer Eye: We’re In Japan – 100%
The show was released in 2018 as a reboot of the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. The series focused on five professionals who helped straight men in the way they felt, ate, and looked. One of the many reasons why the show is at a 100% rating is because each episode ends on an uplifting note. However, in 2019, the series did a special in Japan titled Queer Eye: We’re In Japan. The four episodes gave us some unforgettable content.
Sugar Rush – 100%
Opposite to Nailed It!, the show has actual professionals competing against each other for a cash prize. The show doesn’t have a complicated outline. There are three rounds that the team should go through, and each has round has a different baked good, such as cupcake, sweets, etc. So far, the show has three seasons and two Christmas specials. Even though all the seasons have got a good response, it’s the first season that stands at a 100% on RT.