After declaring season one of Netflix’s new series Criminal Code the “best” programme of 2023, viewers have asked the streaming giant for a second season.
Set in the South American republics of Brazil and Paraguay, Criminal Code depicts the narrative of police detectives who use DNA technology to bring down a bank heist group.
The series, starring Maeve Jinkings, Romulo Braga, and Thomas Aquino, is based on genuine instances of police teams collaborating across borders to apprehend criminals.
After reading the intriguing idea, several Netflix subscribers binge-watched every episode in order to post about it on social media.
One user, named Gufydox, remarked: ‘Watched a series called Criminal Code on Netflix and it’s a wonderful piece of TV,’ while others deemed it a ‘must watch’.
Another person on X, named Jer Rouss, said that they ‘loved the Criminal Code series’ and hoped there would be ‘more to come’.
A user named KissMyEgo said: ‘Criminal Code on Netflix is so good! Binged the whole eight episodes in a day and a half. They need a second season ASAP.’
X user Bando echoed: ‘I just finished Criminal Code on Netflix – that was one of the best shows I done seen in a minute.’
Criminal Code is an eight-part Netflix series that premiered in November, with numerous people already finishing it.
It’s not the only new Netflix movie that has piqued viewers’ curiosity; Turkish film Miracle of Cell No.7 has also sparked interest on social media.
The film is a remake of a 2013 Korean film of the same name and has received positive reviews from Netflix viewers, with some claiming to have sobbed from beginning to end.
It tells the story of a man wrongfully imprisoned for murder who befriends his cellmates while fighting to get capital penalty abolished in Turkey.
On TikTok, one user in particular, Ree S, responded to somebody’s commentary on the film by saying: ‘Cried from beginning to end. I relate to that movie.’
TikTok user R Ken dubbed it the “best Turkish movie,” and Demi Harkin said her heart “couldn’t handle” the happenings on screen.
Watch Criminal Code on Netflix.
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