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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.

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 Sherlock: Battling Criminal Masterminds

Sherlock Holmes' nemesis Professor Moriarty is the archetype of the brilliant criminal mastermind, whose downfall demands even greater brilliance and perseverance.

Shows like The Fall: Cat and Mouse Thrillers

It all started with Sherlock Holmes and Dr Moriarty--the epic and prolonged chess match between two worthy adversaries--full of relentless pursuit, near captures, and tight escapes. Whether it's spies, serial killers, or terrorists these baddies are too slippery to catch easily.

Shows Like The Killing: Slow Burn Crime Investigations

Unlike shows that solve a crime a week, these investigations unfold over the course of an entire season--this list is for fans of True Detective (season 1), The Night of, and The Bridge.

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.

Shows like The Fall: Catching a Serial Killer Shows

Shows like The Fall, True Detective (season one), and Criminal Minds that focus on the detectives who chase serial killers for a living.

Shows like Hannibal: Psychological Horror TV Series

If you prefer your horror light on jump scares and high on psychological tension this is the list for you. For fans of the Sixth Sense, Let the Right One in, and The Babadook.

Shows like The Haunting of Hill House: Slow Burn Horror TV

These series are more creepy than scary, avoid jump scares and gore and instead focus on escalating tension, a sense of foreboding, and brooding atmosphere.

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