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Shows like NCIS: The Police Procedural Parade

The list of police procedurals out there can seem endless, but if you're feeling overwhelmed just think of all the police officers who not only have to solve these crimes, but fill out the paperwork as well.

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 Top of the Lake: Missing Persons Reports

Realistic shows about missing persons (sorry, no alien abductions here); if we were on the marketing team, we'd advertise the show on the side of milk cartons, but that's just us.

Shows like Broadchurch: Best British Crime

The birthplace of Sherlock Holmes has produced some of the greatest crime and detective series in recent years, including Peaky Blinders, Line of Duty, Happy Valley, Luther, Broadchurch and of course Sherlock--don't forget to check out related lists including British Women on the Case, Grizzled British Detectives, Cracking the (Inspector) Morse Code, and Agatha Christie and her Admirers.

Shows like American Crime: The Human Cost of Crime

Most crime shows focus on catching and trying the culprit, but these series explore the enduring impact of crime on victims, families, communities, and the accused themselves.

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 Twin Peaks: Best of Noir Detective TV

Great detective shows served black, with all the grisly murders, investigators with troubled pasts and uncertain futures, and a lot of P.I.s named Jack.

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.

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