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The story of an inner-city Los Angeles police precinct where some of the cops aren't above breaking the rules or working against their associates to both keep the streets safe and their ...
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).
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.
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.
They may be feared murderers, drug lords, and master thieves on the job, but at home they are just spouses and parents trying to keep their family together and safe.
These shows take the classic trope of a good cop pursuing a criminal mastermind, and turn it on it's head to focus on life from the criminal's point of view.
Forget eccentric genius detectives and coroners who speak to the dead, the stars of these shows are cops doing the hard work of catching criminals.
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.
Some of these cops live to protect and serve--themselves. Thank God for the upright few who risk their jobs to bring about justice.
You may not admire these criminals, but you can't deny their charisma. And that's what makes them so dangerous.