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Shows like Fauda: Best of Israeli Television

These series represent some of the best television produced in Israel today, with several outstanding political thrillers in the mix.

Shows Like Homeland: Counter-terrorism thrillers

A mix of heart-pounding action (24) and dark thrillers (Homeland), these shows depict the tense battles between would-be terrorists and the counter-terrorists agents bent on stopping them.

Most Bingeworthy TV Thrillers

These suspenseful shows cut across genres, but their cliffhangers keep you on the edge of your seat (and up well past bedtime).

Shows like Into the Badlands: One Man Army Series

When lone-wolf action heroes like Jack Bauer, Luke Cage, and the Daredevil call for backup it's not for them--it's for their opponents to even the odds before single-handedly kicking their posteriors--if your favorite line in any movie is Liam Neeson in Taken explaining "But what I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you," this is the list for you.

Shows Like Alias: Spies in Action

These action thrillers feature agents from the CIA, MI-5, Mossad and their global counterparts rooting out spies, terrorists and criminals by any means necessary.

Shows like The Honourable Woman: Middle Eastern Political Thrillers

These dramas set in the Middle East (and sometimes the Indian sub-continent) explore the complex political tensions of that region.

How Well do You Really Know Your Partner?

Psychological thrillers where someone digs into the history and secrets of their spouse or partner, and often unearths shocking lies and deception.

Shows like Strike Back: Action Packed Political Thrillers

Political conspiracies reaching to the top of the government require badass special agents (think Jack Bauer) to save the day.

Shows Like Fauda: Meet the Mossad Shows

Thrillers/ dramas focusing on terrorism and counter-terrorism within the Israeli state. If you haven't already, check out Fauda first.

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