Top 10 Best Nigerian Series on Netflix to Binge-watch

Nigerian Series on Netflix

We’ve produced a list of the top Nigerian series on Netflix as more and more Nigerian content is introduced to the streaming platform daily. 

Netflix, the world’s most famous movie streaming service, has lately expanded its offerings to include films from all around the world, including Africa. 

Netflix is increasingly becoming the gold standard for African filmmakers. As a result, most filmmakers put forth extra effort to ensure that their picture is available on Netflix.  

After all, there’s nothing quite like watching a great film. The crisp warm colors, the soothing music, and the personalities draw you in.

Well, some of the best Nigerian series on Netflix to binge-watch are listed below.  

1. Castle and Castle (2018)

Castle and Castle is a Nigerian series that premiered in 2018 and is exclusively available on Netflix. It is Africa’s first legal series, and it tells the story of a legal family characterized by love, drama, and betrayal. 

Furthermore, Castle and Castle are two different types of castles. It is a procedural drama set in Remi and Tega Castle’s successful Lagos law firm. 

Will the marriage survive the business, or will the business survive the wedding if the couple decides to split their strengths to represent opposing sides of the law? 

Furthermore, Castle and Castle is currently available on Netflix in two seasons and stars A-list Nigerian actors such as Richard Mofe-Damijo, Dakore Akande, Deyemi Okanlawon, Daniel Etim Effiong, and others. 

2. Crazy, Lovely, Cool (2018)

Crazy, Lovely, Cool is one of the best Nigeria series on Netflix to binge-watch. It is a Nigerian television series produced in collaboration with The Nollywood Factory (TNF) and Trace TV and directed by Obi Emelonye. 

Furthermore, CRAZY, LOVELY, COOL is a coming-of-age TV show that follows a group of dynamic students as their lives, joys, and tribulations intersect on the campus of Nigeria’s major university thanks to the surprising disclosures of an eponymous gossip site. 

Some of the top cast include Adesua Etomi, Enyinna Nwigwe, Uru Eke, Anthony Monjaro, Zynnell Zuh. 

3. Sons Of Caliphate (2018)

Sons of the Caliphate is a Nigerian political thriller drama television series written and produced by Dimbo Atiya. Kenneth Gyang directed sons of the caliphate and executive created by Mo Abudu of Ebonylife TV. 

Furthermore, it aired on Ebonylife TV from October 13, 2016, until February 6, 2018. Season two aired exclusively on Netflix across the world. 

In addition, Kalifah, Nuhu, and Diko are three wealthy, entitled, passionate, and ambitious young men who star in this drama series. 

However, the governorship seat of the Northern Caliphate State of Kowa is up for grabs in the next elections. 

Their families ‘ disputes soon collide in a contest to crown the next Governor. Some of the top cast include Yakubu Muhammed, Paul Sambo, Rahama Sadau, Mofe Duncan, Yvonne Hays, Patrick Doyle, Sani Mu’azu. 

4. The Smart Money Woman (2020)

The smart money woman is one of the best Nigeria series on Netflix. It is a Nigerian television series based on Arese Ugwu’s 2016 novel of the same name. 

Additionally, in September 2020, the series launched on Africa Magic Showcase. However, on September 16, 2021, the series, originally broadcast on Africa Magic as a single season of 13 episodes, was available on Netflix as a single season of 7 episodes. 

Furthermore, meet Zuri. She has a great life: a great car, a beautiful apartment, and a well-paying job. Meet Zuri. A broken-down car, an unaffordable apartment, and a job she’s about to lose. What can a broke girl do? 

Additionally, Zuri grows a little, learns a lot, and navigates her way to making better financial decisions and generating money with her best pals Tami (the feisty fashion designer), Lara (the demanding oil and gas executive), Adesuwa (the conservative lawyer), and Ladun (the lovely housewife).   

Some top cast includes Osas Ighodaro, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Timini Egbuson, Toni Tones.  

5. Meet The Adebanjos (2012)

Debra Odutuyo and Andrew Osayemi created Meet the Adebanjos, a British family sitcom produced by MTA Productions. It’s now the most popular British African sitcom in the United Kingdom. 

However, it is set in Peckham, South London. It follows Bayo Adebanjo, a larger-than-life father figure who attempts to instill traditional African beliefs in his hesitant modern British family. 

Furthermore, the comedy stems from Bayo’s rivalry with the larger-than-life and somewhat eccentric Auntie Funke and the ups and downs of family life. 

Some of the top cast include, Daniel Davids, Wale Ojo, Anthony Ofoegbu, Yetunde Oduwole, Moji Bamtefa.  

6. Fifty: The Series (2017)

Fifty: The Series is also one of the best Nigeria series on Netflix right now. Furthermore, FIFTY depicts four Nigerian women at the height of their careers during a few critical days in their lives. 

Additionally, meet Tola, Elizabeth, Maria, and Kate, four friends forced to take stock of their personal lives in their forties while balancing careers and families in Lagos’ upper-middle-class areas of Ikoyi and Victoria Island. 

Some of the top cast include Ireti Doyle, Keira He watch, Dakore Egbuson-Akande.  

7. The Governor (2016)

“The Governor” is a gripping story of Angela Othello, the Deputy Governor of Savannah State. While having no ambitions for governorship, she finds herself involved in a web of political intrigue following the current Governor’s untimely death. 

However, as viewers follow Angela on her journey, they will see how, with the support of her loyal Chief of Staff, she learns to navigate the treacherous and shark-infested waters of politics while balancing the demands of her married home. 

Some of the top cast include Caroline Chikezie, Kunle Coker, Samuel Abiola Robinson, Jude Chukwuka, Taiwo Obileye.  

8. Before 30 (2015)

Before 30 is next on our list of best Nigeria series on Netflix. It is commonly known as B430. 

Additionally, On March 29, 2015, the show, sponsored by Airtel Nigeria and set and shot in Lagos, premiered on DStv’s Africa Magic.

Starring Damilola Adegbite, OC Ukeje, Beverly Naya, Meg Otanwa, and Anee Icha and directed by Bodunrin ‘BB’ Sasore. 

Furthermore, Before 30 chronicles the lives of four successful modern African women living in Lagos. In addition, they cope with the everyday battles against society and culture and the urge to marry before they age 30. 

9. Dere: An African Tale (2017)

It centers on Dere, dubbed “Cinderella” by her eccentric paternal grandmother. She is Kosoko’s only child, and she is intelligent, attractive, innocent, indulged, and precocious. 

Additionally, she graduated with honors from St. Andrews University in Scotland, studying Law and International Relations. She is a frequent user of social media, a voracious reader, and a cinema buff. 

However, her long-term partner dumps her once she returns to Nigeria, adding to her feelings of solitude, despair, and desolation.  

Dere” stars Gbenro Ajibade, Weruche Opia, Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey, Carol King, Emmanuel Ikubese, and Shaffy Bello. 

10. Heart & Soul (2015-2016)

Last on our list of best Nigerian series on Netflix is heart & soul. A doctor seeking additional field experience encounters patients with varied ailments in a hospital in Lagos. And his spiritual and medical views are tested. 

The top cast includes Anthony Monjaro, Phoenix Ezendu, Ademola Amoo. 

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