1. The Spanish Princess

Through Catherine of Aragon, who was originally transferred from Spain to England to wed his brother, the Spanish Princess offers a drastically different perspective on the notorious ruler.

2, Sanditon

In a developing coastal resort town called Sanditon, lives collide and a very swoon-worthy romantic lead is created (looking at you, Theo James).

3. Outlander

When Claire Frasier (Caitriona Balfe) touches enchanted stones in Scotland, she is literally transported back in time, making Outlander unique in that regard.

4. Harlots

 A show that examines the choices made available to women in the past. This clever drama is about a bunch of madams and sex workers who find freedom in their employment serving wealthy clients.

5. The Crown

The six-season drama will trace Queen Elizabeth's life from her early 20s until the 1990s.

6. Bridgerton

Bridgerton, the most romantic historical drama on this list, is Shonda Rhimes' first show for Netflix and is based on Julia Quinn's historical romance novels.

7.  Belgravia

Belgravia, a six-part series from the creator of Downton Abbey. The miniseries takes place in Victorian England and starts at a historical ball that was held the night before a crucial war.

8. Downton Abbey

The historical drama that requires no introduction is Downton Abbey. The aristocratic home of the Crawley family in the English countryside, Downton Abbey, is depicted in the show, which spans the years 1912 to 1926.

9. Cable Girls

In addition to being a compelling drama with several cliffhangers, Cable Girls paints an intriguing picture of women and economic mobility throughout history.

10. Anne With An E

Anne (Amybeth McNulty) is transferred to live with her family in Prince Edward Island after becoming an orphan.