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Netflix fans hail ‘hidden gem’ series with 100 PER CENT Rotten Tomatoes rating – as viewers eagerly await the second season

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The Law According to Lidia Poeta is based on the true story of the first Italian lawyer to investigate homicides while fighting against sexism in the 19th century.

Netflix fans have hailed a “hidden gem” series that boasts a 100 percent Rotten Tomatoes rating, as viewers eagerly await season two.

The law according to Lidia Poet is Based on the true story of the first Italian lawyer who investigates homicides while fighting against sexism in the 19th century.

The six-episode crime series, which first premiered in February 2023, has been flooded with positive comments on social media since its release.

Dozens have called it “excellent” and a “hidden gem”, while others urged viewers to tune in ahead of season two.

The Law According to Lidia Poeta is based on the true story of the first Italian lawyer to investigate homicides while fighting against sexism in the 19th century.

The six-episode crime series, which first premiered in February 2023, has been flooded with positive comments on social media since its release.

The six-episode crime series, which first premiered in February 2023, has been flooded with positive comments on social media since its release.

The show’s teaser features Lidia (played by Matilda De Angelis) introducing herself to viewers by saying, “I’m a lawyer.”

“If you know me, you know I can’t argue in the courtroom because I’m a woman.”

The series then documents her life as she struggles to overcome sexist limitations that prevent her from continuing her career after she is “banned from working on cases.”

But Lidia still manages to investigate her fair share of gruesome deaths while navigating her new love with Jacopo Barberis (Eduardo Scarpetta).

And it seems the no-nonsense protagonist has been wowing viewers, as many took to social media to rave about the streaming series.

In a Reddit thread asking for recommendations on “hidden gems,” one avid fan wrote: ‘If you don’t mind subtitles, The Law According to Lidia Poeta is excellent. It is based on the life of Italy’s first female lawyer.

“At the moment only the first season (six episodes) is available, but a second season will premiere in the spring.”

And another person responded: ‘I loved the show.’

The show's preview features Lidia (played by Matilda De Angelis) introducing herself to viewers saying:

The show’s teaser features Lidia (played by Matilda De Angelis) introducing herself to viewers by saying, “I’m a lawyer.” If you know me, you know that I can’t argue in the courtroom because I’m a woman.

On the other hand, a viewer asked on Facebook: 'Who watches The Law According to Lidia Poeta?' - and was quickly inundated with responses.

On the other hand, a viewer asked on Facebook: ‘Who watches The Law According to Lidia Poeta?’ – and was quickly inundated with responses.

On the other hand, a viewer asked on Facebook: ‘Who watches The Law According to Lidia Poeta?’

She was quickly inundated with responses as one typed.: ‘In episode three. I love the clothes.’

Another person said: ‘Yes!! I’m really enjoying it,’ before someone else replied: ‘She is stunning and her wardrobe enhances the beauty of her.’ I love her tenacity.’

A fourth viewer added: “I really liked it… I finished it,” and another commenter replied: “I’m liking it too.”

“I’m not usually a fan of dubbed shows…but this is good.”

The series has received 100 percent in rotten tomatoes‘ ‘average tomatometer’ and 89 percent on its average audience score.

Many viewers came to the site to once again hail the series.

The second series of The Law According to Lidia Poeta will premiere on Netflix later this year (archive image)

The second series of The Law According to Lidia Poeta will premiere on Netflix later this year (archive image)

The series received a 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes' 'average tomatometer' and an 89 percent on its average audience score; Many viewers visited the site to once again praise the series.

The series received a 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes’ ‘average tomatometer’ and an 89 percent on its average audience score; Many viewers visited the site to once again praise the series.

One person gave the show a five-star rating and wrote: ‘I absolutely LOVED it. This miniseries is funny, touching, romantic and light. I changed the language to English and quickly got used to it.

‘I loved all the main characters. The stories were entertaining and light. And I was surprised that it is based on Italy’s first female lawyer. Highly recommended if you like murder mysteries and romance.

A second person, who also gave the show five stars, added: “A very fun series.” Obviously very fiction (based) compared to history, but that doesn’t bother me because I’d watch a documentary if I wanted historical accuracy.

“The cast had a great performance together and loved the tension and understanding between the characters.”

“One of the most entertaining series based on a true story I’ve ever seen,” a third commenter wrote while giving the series five stars.

The second series of The Law According to Lidia Poeta will premiere on Netflix later this year.

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