The Best Netflix Originals Opening Sequences, Ranked (Video)
From “Stranger Things” to “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”
Ashley Boucher | April 3, 2017 @ 12:53 PM
Last Updated: April 3, 2017 @ 12:55 PM
7. "One Day At A Time":
If this song doesn't make you want to get up off the couch and dance around, we don't know what will. Plus, props to Netflix for amping up the original title song but keeping it close to the 1970s original.
6. "Chef's Table":
There's something oddly calming about watching napkins being folded to the sound of classical music.
This title sequence invokes the dark, mysterious tone, as well as the coastal location of the show, perfectly.
4. "House of Cards":
Watching Washington, D.C. life roll by from afar gives viewers an omniscient feeling, making fans feel almost as powerful as Frank Underwood. Almost.
3. "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt":
This opening sequence is as catchy as it gets. Plus, the line "these females are strong as hell" sure stands out in what's one hell of an anthem.
One of the more underrated shows on Netflix, Daredevil's opening is as beautiful and dark as Hell's Kitchen itself.
1. "Stranger Things":
This 1980s-inspired synth-y opening is delectably mysterious and reminiscent of retro video games.