These series cut across genres--superheroes, post-apocalyptic action, supernatural thrillers, and classic science fiction--but they should all come with a warning from the Surgeon General. Don't blame us when you mutter "one more episode" to yourself at 3 am.
Bryan Fuller pioneered a style that tackle serious topics in a lighthearted way. His characters are mainly wholesome and quirky (Hannibal no and yes), and the shows often include supernatural elements and a vivid visual style. Think dark comedies with a lighthearted touch. This is a list of shows by Fuller (Pushing Daisies, American Gods) or with the same vibe (Good Omens, A Series of Unfortunate Events)
Vampires, werewolves, witches, demons, and gods at war with each other, and sometimes with humans to boot; one thing's for sure, there's going to be a lot of collateral damage, and no easy legal recourse.
Long gone are the days of tights clad superheroes who can sleep like babies after a long day of fighting evil. In their place we have complex, often tortured characters, who can't be fully separated from the dark universes they patrol.
If you had an identity crisis in your teenage years, imagine how bad it must have been for these adolescent superheroes, vampires, mutants, and witches who have a GENUINE reason to write emo poetry about how nobody knows who they are.