Netflix is a leading movie and series streaming platform. In Europe and America, Netflix is a top-rated platform in the movie industry. Netflix has partnered with top a majority of the top movie producers in the world. Although Netflix stepped in African soil a few years ago, it’s slowly gaining momentum and popularity. Here are some of the Netflix African centered movies and series’ you should watch now on Netflix;
The LIONHEART was the first Nollywood movie to feature on Netflix, which was a big deal for the African movie industry. This Nigerian movie features some of the top actors, including Genevieve Nnaji, Pete Edochie, and Nkem Nkem. Though the film was released in 2018, it’s amongst the most-watched African movies on Netflix.
Watch Lionheart here: https://www.netflix.com/ke-en/title/81030789
- SARAH’S NOTEBOOK
Released in 2018, this movie has one of the most impactful storylines you must follow. It features a Lady by the name Laura looking for her sister Sarah who disappeared in the Congo forest. Later Sarah appears in a blurred photo taken from a mining town in eastern Congo. Although the movie is in Spanish, it has English subtitles, so you can still watch it.
Watch Sarah’s Notebook here: https://www.netflix.com/ke-en/title/80202903
- QUEEN SONO
This is the first African Original Series ever to be streamed on Netflix. It features a South African secret agent on her dangerous mission and at the same time trying to overcome relationship and family challenges.
Watch Queen Sono here: https://www.netflix.com/watch/81035137
- CATCHING FEELINGS
CATCHING FEELINGS is a South African movie that with a real-life couple relationship and life storyline. It’s one of the most rated African based movies on Netflix.
Watch Catching Feelings here: https://www.netflix.com/watch/80218111
- HE EVEN HAS YOUR EYES
This movie is one of the humorous films you can find on Netflix. The humor in this movie is used to address various social life challenges, racial and cultural differences that arise from interracial adoption.
Watch He Even Has Your Eyes here: https://www.netflix.com/watch/80156763