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Best FX Shows

The FX network, standing for Fox Extended (sort of works), is owned by Fox, but don't expect Fox News values here. We're talking Russian spies (The Americans), satanism (American Horror Story), and cohabitation (You're the Worst).

Shows like The Wire: Losing the War on Drugs

From cartels to street soldiers, this list may convince you the war on drugs is a lost cause, with each supplier more cunning and brutal than the last.

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 Fargo: Small town Good vs. Evil

Good and evil don't only clash at an epic scale: in these shows they battle it out in the more intimate arena of small-towns, as well as within the human heart.

Shows Like Sons of Anarchy: Criminal Camaraderie

Whether they're petty criminals on the streets of Dublin, made men, or 1% bikers in NoCal, these groups of lawbreakers travel in packs--imagine Friends meets The Godfather with plenty of salty banter.

Shows Like Breaking Bad: Charismatic Anti-Heroes

You may not admire these criminals, but you can't deny their charisma. And that's what makes them so dangerous.

Shows Like Animal Kingdom: Keeping Crime in the Family

The bad apple doesn't fall far from the tree in this collection of outlaw dramas that keep it all in the family; 'Animal Kingdom' has the Codys, 'Sons of Anarchy' the Tellers, and 'Hatfields & McCoys'... well, you can probably guess.

Shows like The Wire: Gritty Crime Shows

These series feature crooked cops and ruthless criminals who mix it up on the garbage-strewn streets of big cities. Pioneering shows like NYPD Blue and the Shield focused on cops in US cities, but the best of the current batch are anchored in the lives of gang members on the mean streets of Birmingham, Rome, Paris and Dublin.

Best Drama TV

Since the Sorpranos ushered in the Golden Age of television in 1999, networks and streaming services have launched thousands of English language drama series--this list rounds up the crème of the crop that stand out in terms of audience ratings, popularity, and critical acclaim.

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