The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'This Is a Robbery' to 'The Serpent'

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  • The docuseries “This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist” topped this week’s list.
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9. "The Irregulars" (Netflix original, 2021-present)

Description: “A crew of misfits investigates a series of supernatural crimes in Victorian London for Dr. Watson and his shadowy associate, Sherlock Holmes.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 78%

What critics said: “Did I mention that there’s magic? The Irregulars isn’t content to simply shift the perspective away from Holmes: Here, the mysteries are supernatural.” — The Ringer (season one)

8. "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn" (Nickelodeon, 2014-2018)

Description: “Just because they’re quadruplets, that doesn’t mean these 10-year-olds always get along. But for all the bickering, they’re loyal to the last.”

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7. "Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir" (Nickelodeon, 2015-present)

Description: “When Paris is in peril, Marinette becomes Ladybug. Little does she know, her school crush Adrien is actually Cat Noir, another city-saving superhero.”

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6. "Family Reunion" (Netflix original, 2019-present)

Description: “When the McKellan family moves from Seattle to small-town Georgia, life down South — and traditional grandparents — challenge their big-city ways.”

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5. "Ginny and Georgia" (Netflix original, 2021-present)

Description: “Free-spirited Georgia and her two kids, Ginny and Austin, move north in search of a fresh start but find that the road to new beginnings can be bumpy.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 68%

What critics said: “The body of the series is a bantery young-adult soap, the head a woman-on-the-edge thriller, and the tail a race melodrama. The creator, Sarah Lampert, must have looked upon her handiwork with proud amusement.” — New Yorker (season one)

4. "Cocomelon" (YouTube, 2019-present)

Description: “Learn letters, numbers, animal sounds and more with J.J. in this musical series that brings fun times with nursery rhymes for the whole family!”

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3. "The Serpent" (Netflix original, 2021)

Description: “In the 1970s, merciless killer Charles Sobhraj preys on travelers exploring the “hippie trail” of South Asia. Based on shocking true events.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 68%

What critics said: “The Serpent ends up being an infuriating blueprint for how bad storytelling choices, bad accents and an opaque central performance can thwart even the most inherently gripping of yarns.” — Hollywood Reporter

2. "Who Killed Sara?" (Netflix original, 2021-present)

Description: “Hell-bent on exacting revenge and proving he was framed for his sister’s murder, Álex sets out to unearth much more than the crime’s real culprit.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 86%

What critics said: “A passable revenge thriller with barely enough to set it apart from the rest …” — Film Companion (season one)

1. "This Is a Robbery: The World's Biggest Art Heist" (Netflix original, 2021)

Description: “In 1990, two men dressed as cops con their way into a Boston museum and steal a fortune in art. Take a deep dive into this daring and notorious crime.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 90%

What critics said: “‘Stale’ shouldn’t be a word used to describe the retelling of the world’s largest art heist, but [in] the series’ lowest points, it undeniably is. However, there are enough narrative highs to make it worth watching.” — Salon

Disclosure: Mathias Döpfner, CEO of Business Insider’s parent company, Axel Springer, is a Netflix board member.

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