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Netflix’s 10 most controversial movies and TV shows

Netflix's 10 most controversial movies

Ground Report | New Delhi: Netflix’s 10 most controversial movies; In India, Most of the time hashtag #CancelNetflix has been trending on Twitter for the past few months. Many movies and TV shows on this platform, including ‘365 Days’ and ’13 Reasons Why have divided viewers. 

Here is a list of Netflix’s 10 most controversial movies and series. 

365 days (Netflix) The Polish film, which some have called “soft porn”, is the story of a woman who was abducted and sexually assaulted by a member of the Mafia family. He gives the girl a year to fall in love during her captivity. 

Many have accused the film of sexualizing Stockholm Syndrome. A petition to remove it from Netflix stated that the film was “glamorizing the culture of rape”.  

Welsh singer Duffy, who earlier this year shared his experiences of drug abuse, kidnapping, and rape with the general public, is also among the film’s fiercest critics.  

13 Reasons why

The youth drama has been widely criticized for showing suicide scenes.

Actress and singer Selena Gomez’s film is based on the story of a 17-year-old high school student who commits suicide and leaves behind 13 cassette tapes about the different people who decided to commit suicide. I was instrumental.

Mental health organizations say such shows “can do more harm than good.” He also warned the parents of students studying in schools about the series. 

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Indian match making 

The reality dating show Indian Matchmaker had a negative reaction from the audience at the start. It tells the story of a relationship service between Indians and Indian-Americans. Some viewers called it a ‘whirlpool of class in caste, color, gender and society’. 

 Many people also said that it is an individualistic idea, to present the Orange Marriage in a good color and to confirm the existing stereotypes. 

Cooking on high  

Netflix had to remove its drug-based program ‘Cooking on High, The Legend of 420 and Disgusted’ in Singapore. The reason was a written request from Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA).  

Singapore has the strictest drug laws in the world. The state has zero tolerance for illicit drugs and the perpetrators are given long sentences.

Over the past few decades, the country has executed hundreds of people for drug offenses, according to human rights groups. 


Netflix canceled the Messiah series after just one series, following complaints of anti-Islamic sentiment. 

In the show, Michelle Monaghan plays a CIA agent who is investigating Al Masiha. The Messiah claims to be sent to earth and forms a group of followers.

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In Islam, the Antichrist is a demonic force, whose name is translated into Arabic as ‘Fake Messiah, liar, deceiver.’


Netflix calls it a ‘dark, complex vengeful comedy’. This Sessile is about an overweight woman who, after losing weight, becomes a popular beauty queen and takes revenge on those who mislead her. 

Jamila Jamil rejected the series in her tweet and noted that the show is an attempt to show that dieting is the only way to move forward in life. 

The second season of Sashable also came, despite the fact that one lakh people signed a petition to close it. 

The First Temptation of Christ 

 More than 2 million people signed a petition against Netflix calling for the comedy, which features Jesus in questionable character, to be removed. 

‘The First Temptation of Christ’ was a program created by the Brazilian YouTube comedy group, which also featured sex.  

Eduardo Bolsinaro, the son of the Brazilian president, wrote on social media: “We recognize freedom of expression, but is it permissible to attack the beliefs of 86% of the population?”

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The BDSM comedy was accused of misinterpreting and tarnishing the Dominican community. It’s the story of a young lesbian man who works to help a Dominican woman as a stand-up comedian.  (Netflix’s 10 most controversial movies)

People objected that the program told a story about a gay man, not a woman. He said that it strengthened the man’s point of view but the woman involved in the show looked unreal. 


‘Quetz’, nicknamed the Magnus in France, follows Amy, an 11-year-old girl who, according to a Netflix startup: This group teaches to restore confidence through dance. 

Despite criticism and an award-winning performance, the film is accused of sexually harassing young girls. 

Actress Tessa Thompson was among those who supported the film. “Quotes is a fascinating film,” he wrote in a tweet. It introduces a fresh sound. She is a French black woman who shares her experiences. I’m sorry to see the current conversation

The Gop Lab 

Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘The Goop Lab’ was shot in the office of a Wellness brand to test the effectiveness of alternative therapies for the treatment of physical and mental illnesses. 

The NHS England chief executive said it posed a “significant health risk” and spread “misinformation”.

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