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Best A&E Network Shows

A&E is best known for its reality TV shows, but the network has also produced some terrific dramas including Longmire and Bates' Motel.

Best Crime TV

A (police) round-up of some of the highest rated, award-winning, most popular, and most influential crime shows--crime doesn't pay except for streaming services.

Shows like Fargo: Small town Good vs. Evil

Good and evil don't only clash at an epic scale: in these shows they battle it out in the more intimate arena of small-towns, as well as within the human heart.

Horror Worth Watching

Fresh, well-received, and genuinely chilling - these are the shows you must be watching to be considered a legitimate horror-buff. Gory horror, psychological horror, and horror comedy all make an appearance on this list of the best spookfests on television: although the real shock will come when you realize how much time you've spent binging them.

Shows like Orphan Black: Best TV Psychological Thrillers

The villains in these shows - and often the protagonists - are not rational actors committing crimes for gain, but are rather driven by their inner demons.

Best Drama TV

Since the Sorpranos ushered in the Golden Age of television in 1999, networks and streaming services have launched thousands of English language drama series--this list rounds up the crème of the crop that stand out in terms of audience ratings, popularity, and critical acclaim.

Shows like 13 Reasons Why: Whydunit Mysteries

These psychological thrillers and mysteries focus on the motives that drove the criminal rather than who committed the crime.

Budding Psychopaths

Shows that explore the origins of evil by delving into the minds of young psychopaths and sociopaths--as if those teen years weren't bad enough without a lack of remorse and murderous impulses.

TV Series Inspired by Twin Peaks

These shows build on elements of Twin Peaks--evil bubbling underneath an apparently wholesome small town, detective work, surrealism, some horror, and undertones of the supernatural--all with a nod to David Lynch's distinctive style.

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