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Shows Like Shark Tank: Shows for Budding Entrepreneurs

If you're a real entrepreneur, you probably don't have time to watch TV; but if you have a rare night off, use your time productively by watching this mix of dramas, documentaries, and reality shows with valuable insights for getting a start-up off the ground (and in some cases crash again).

Shows like Magic City: Drama in the Magic City

Great weather, art deco architecture, and a chill vibe - the question is why more shows aren't set in Miami.

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 Taboo: Ruthless Entrepreneurs

Every startup has to overcome challenges, but these entrepreneurs solve their problems using murder, extortion, and theft. Not a good role models if you want to avoid criminal prosecution, but they are entertaining to watch.

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 Mr Robot: Confronting Tech's Dark Side

Sure technology brought you the very screen you're reading this on, but it also brought cyber surveillance and drones programmed to kill. These shows explore the ethical dilemmas technology presents.

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 Breaking Bad: Descent into Evil

The protagonists begin these series good--or at least trying hard to be good--but make a series of choices that lead them to a much darker place. Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul are only the beginning.

Shows Like Person of Interest: Shows for Hackers

The best, semi-realistic hacker TV shows, perfect for precocious 13 year olds looking to pull off the next Wikileaks (if that's even still cool anymore).

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