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Shows Like Sneaky Pete: Shows of Assumed Identity

Whether they're hiding out, or looking for a neat scam, the stars of these shows are not who they claim to be - so basically actors pretending to be someone pretending to be someone else. Wow.

Shows like Deadwood: Soaring Dialogue

At first glance West Wing, Deadwood, Gilmore Girls, and Justified have little in common, but these dramas are united by outstanding dialogue, and even the occasional monologue.

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.

Recent Certified Fresh TV Series

This list rounds up the highest rated recent TV dramas, comedies, and documentaries according to the critic reviews aggregated by Rotten Tomatoes.

Shows Like Bosch: Amazon Original Drama

The same company that brings you your dental floss and Lara Bars, now also bringing you high quality TV dramas that plunge the depths of the human soul. Talk about multi-tasking!

Shows like Hustle: Scam Artists in Action

You wouldn't believe how long it took us to get this slippery bunch of hackers, scammers, and con-artists on to one list; we’re glad we did though as one of them introduced to a Nigerian prince with an unbelievable investment opportunity!

Shows Like Sneaky Pete: Leading a Double Life

Father/ drug-dealer, serial killer/ cop, judge/ vigilante: the double-acts these protagonists play can bring about some serious identity crises. Well, hopefully they can find a good counselor in jail!

Graham Yost TV

You may not recognize the name, but Graham Yost has created, produced, and written some of the greatest TV mini-seres of all time including The Pacific and John Adams as well as terrific dramas like Sneaky Pete and The Americans.

Frenemies on Opposite Sides of the Law

Sparks fly and tension mounts when friends sit on opposite sides of the law--think Walter White and Hank Schrader, Raylan Givens and Boyd Crowder, the Jennings and Stan Beeman.

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