The 40 Best Shows on Hulu Canada [2022]

Best Shows on Hulu Canada

Hulu has become one of the most popular streaming platforms in recent years, and it’s easy to see why. With a wide variety of both classic and current TV shows, plus a growing selection of original programming, there’s something for everyone on Hulu. And with a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to find what you’re looking for, Hulu is a great choice for both casual viewers and television aficionados alike.

If you’re looking for something new to watch, check out our list of the 40 best shows on Hulu right now. From comedies to dramas to documentaries, there’s something for everyone on this list. So get started streaming today!

For more great shows to watch, check out our lists of the best shows on Crave Canada

Summary

How We Chose the Best Shows on Hulu?

We picked the best shows on Hulu based on our own subjective criteria. To be included, a show must be currently available to stream on Hulu and must have at least a 7.0 score on IMDB. Other factors we considered include overall popularity, critical acclaim, and awards.

Popularity: We looked at each show’s IMDb rating to get a sense of how popular it is with viewers.

Critical acclaim: We consulted Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic to see how each show is rated by critics.

Awards: We looked at each show’s awards and nominations to gauge its overall quality.

Finally, we took all of this information and compiled it into a list of the 34 best shows on Hulu right now.

Best Shows on Hulu Right Now

Now that you know how we chose the shows on our list, it’s time to start streaming! Here are the 40 best shows on Hulu right now:

1. Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a comedy series about the detectives of the 99th Precinct of the NYPD. The squad is led by Captain Raymond Holt, who is a no-nonsense leader. However, the detectives often find themselves at odds with each other, and they must learn to work together if they want to solve crimes. Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a funny and action-packed show that will appeal to anyone who loves crime dramas.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy, Crime
Rating: 8.4/10
Casts: Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews

Audience Review:

“I tend to have to find things in between a kids show and adult shows so the whole family can watch and not want to pull our hair out listening to Peppa Pig's annoying voice. 99 did the trick for us. We watched the entire 5 seasons over many months and were entertained. I found myself wanting to watch the next episode before it was family time... so I ended up watching some episodes twice. Generally it is a bunch of cops trying to do their jobs. It's less about the situation and more about the dialogue and how it's delivered. The do come out with some serious situations every once in awhile but even then it's handled with the same comedic dialogue as most of the other shows. Very well done, will be waiting for more seasons.”

2. The Handmaid's Tale

The Handmaid’s Tale is a dystopian drama series based on the novel of the same name by Margaret Atwood. The series takes place in Gilead, a totalitarian society where women are treated as property and are not allowed to read or write. Offred, one of the handmaids who is assigned to the Commander, begins to question the system and starts to rebel against the oppressive regime. The Handmaid’s Tale is a powerful and harrowing show that will leave you thinking long after the credits roll.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Rating: 8.4/10
Casts: Elisabeth Moss, Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski

Audience Review:

“The Handmaid's Tale is one of the most infuriating, depressing, and most difficult to watch shows I've ever seen. You keep waiting for things to turn into June's favor or all the terrible people in the show to get what they have coming to them but it just never happens. It just keeps getting more and more depressing and hopeless! Having said all that it's still an incredible show that is so well acted and written that it is always nominated for all the major awards.”

3. Fargo

The Coen brothers’ film Fargo is a masterful blend of suspense, dark humor, and violence. The story follows a pregnant police chief in small-town Minnesota who investigates a series of murders, each of which seems to be connected to her own dark past. 

Throughout the film, the viewer is kept guessing as to who is behind the murders, and the Coens expertly ratchet up the tension until the climactic scene in which all is finally revealed. 

In addition to being a great thriller, Fargo is also a fascinating study of human nature, depicting how even the most ordinary people can be capable of great evil. The film’s winter setting only adds to its eerie atmosphere, and makes it all the more unforgettable.

Show Information:

Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Rating: 8.9/10
Casts: Billy Bob, Thornton, Martin Freeman, Allison Tolman

Audience Review:

“Fargo is one of the top rated series on just about every website & magazine there is (including this one, Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic, etc.) for a reason and that's because this show is amazing. At least the first 3 seasons were. While I don't hate Season 4 and think it's worth watching, it's just not as good as the other seasons which is too bad bro was really looking forward to this season.”

4. The Mindy Project

The Mindy Project is a comedy series about Dr. Mindy Lahiri, a successful OB/GYN who is trying to balance her personal and professional life. Mindy is often so focused on her career that she doesn’t have time for anything else, much to the chagrin of her friends and family. However, she eventually learns that there is more to life than work, and that family and friends are what really matter. The Mindy Project is a hilarious show that will appeal to anyone who can relate to Mindy’s struggles.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy
Rating: 9.1/10
Casts: Mindy Kaling, Chris Messina, Ed Weeks

Audience Review:

“I think this show is very different from the rest in the best way. A lot of shows like to copy cat other shows but this one clear stands on its own. Its characters are unique with their set of qualities to make them stand out. The humor is unmatched i often rewatch scenes to pick up the brilliance of the joke. Like "think fast" kind of lines. Defintely binge worthy and a mood changer”

5. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a comedy series about a group of friends who own and operate a bar in Philadelphia. The gang is constantly getting into trouble, and their antics often land them in hot water. However, they always manage to come out on top, no matter how crazy the situation may be. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a funny and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who has ever had a group of friends.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy
Rating: 8.8/10
Casts: Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney

Audience Review:

“This is a genuinely funny show, well worth watching, and deserving of it's high ratings on this site. It's compared to South Park for a number of reasons, most notably the enthusiasm with which it tackles socially sensitive issues and assaults them with the most extremist brands of political incorrectness --- but whereas South Park always tries to tidy up it's mess and make sure the audience knows the distinction between right and wrong, this show revels in the depravity and insanity of it's sociopathy. And it works amazingly well. Since it's a situational comedy, there's not much to say about it without giving away the goods, but the actors all work better than any cast I've seen in a long time. It really seems like half the show is improvised and that the cast is talented enough to make it work without a hitch. The first few episodes are definitely the weakest, but still stronger than just about any comedy out there. Highly recommended.”

6. The Americans

The Americans is a drama series about two Soviet spies who pose as an American married couple in the 1980s. The series follows Philip and Elizabeth Jennings as they carry out their mission while also raising their two children. The Americans is a suspenseful show that will appeal to anyone who loves drama or espionage.

Show Information:

Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Rating: 8.4/10
Casts: Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, Keidrich Sellati

Audience Review:

“There's a reason that The Americans is one of the best reviewed shows and that's because it's fantastic! There have been a ton of spy shows over the years but The Americans is without a doubt one the best of them! It's easily one of the 2 or 3 the most thrilling spy show ever created! Loved it! "

7. A Teacher

A Teacher is a drama series about a high school teacher who has an affair with one of her students. The series follows Claire Wilson as she becomes involved with her student, Eric Walker. The series explores the complicated relationship between the two characters as they grapple with their feelings for each other. A Teacher is a complex and thought-provoking show that will appeal to anyone who loves drama.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama
Rating: 6.9/10
Casts: Kate Mara, Nick Robinson, Ashley Zukerman

Audience Review:

“I am not one to binge-watch a series which has become a popular activity these days. I prefer to consume a show in the weekly format. But I make an exception for this one, as I found myself inadvertently hitting "play next" through episode 4, which is the latest episode when I discovered this provocative show. The content offers so many layers, mostly questionable, just like pork rinds. You know the stuff is bad but the packaging makes it so engaging to consume so you keep at it anyway. Kudos to the lead actors and production crew for packaging up this content in a way that's weirdly entertaining, disturbing, and thought-provoking. For starters, this show would not be the same if the gender roles were reversed. As much as some people would like to believe, men and women are not equal and this show reminds you of that. Now I await episode 5 next week and thank Hulu for making the rest of the episodes available on a weekly basis.”

8. Twin Peaks

It has been 25 years since the residents of Twin Peaks were shocked by the murder of their homecoming queen. In the intervening years, the town has changed. The once-sleepy community is now a bustling metropolis, and its residents have moved on with their lives. But when a new crime is committed, the residents of Twin Peaks are forced to confront the demons of their past. 

As they investigatethe mystery, they must also grapple with the secrets that have been hidden for decades. Only by coming together can they hope to solve the crime and find closure. But in a town like Twin Peaks, nothing is ever as it seems. 

Twin Peaks is a suspenseful and thrilling show that will appeal to anyone who loves mysteries.

Show Information:

Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Rating: 8.5/10
Casts: Kyle Mac, LachlanSheryl, Lee, Michael Horse

Audience Review:

“After 25 years, Twin Peaks is back on the air. This revival is one of the most hotly anticipated events in entertainment to come along in a long time, and I think that many fans might not like this revival. This is not the goofy, bright Twin Peaks of the 90s, nor is it the bleak depressing Twin Peaks of Fire Walk With Me. This is something new. In fact, most of the first episode does not take place in Twin Peaks, with the people we know and love. When it does cut back to the titular town for a brief scene here or there, it is actually kind of jarring, as we feel that we are watching a completely different show. Nor do there at first appear to be any elements connecting the new central plots to Twin Peaks. I imagine that many people will be frustrated by this and maybe even quit watching, which is a shame because as the show goes on it gradually ties these things in to the main plot in a way that is very satisfying. So despite a rocky start, by the end of the second episode I was on board. I hope that people give this revival a chance. It really starts to come together in the second episode, but I think people's expectations might blind them to how brilliant this return is due to how unexpected many of the elements are.”

9. Animaniacs

Animaniacs is an animated comedy series about a group of cartoon characters who live in the Warner Bros. studio. The series follows Yakko, Wakko, and Dot as they get into all sorts of hijinks and adventures. Animaniacs is a funny and lighthearted show that will appeal to anyone who loves cartoons. The humor is clever and fast-paced, and the characters are lovable and memorable. If you’re looking for a cartoon series that will make you laugh out loud, Animaniacs is the perfect choice.

Show Information:

Genre: Animation, Short, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Musical
Rating: 7.7/10
Casts: Maurice La, MarcheJess Harnell, Tress MacNeille

Audience Review:

“This series is at its best when it the irreverent, satirical, absurd comedy is getting shoved down your throat. This series is at its worst when it decides to instead shove its political opinions down your throat. I know I don't like Trump, I don't need cartoon characters telling me to not like him! It's stupid that they expect me to take a cartoon character's political opinion seriously...come on.”

10. Bob's Burgers

Bob’s Burgers is a comedy series about a family who owns and operates a hamburger restaurant. The series follows Bob, Linda, and their three children as they try to run the restaurant while also dealing with their own personal problems. Bob’s Burgers is a funny and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who has ever owned or operated a business.

Show Information:

Genre: Animation, Comedy
Rating: 8.2/10
Casts: H. Jon Benjamin, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman

Audience Review:

“This is by far my favourite animated comedy series, I think it's much funnier than Family Guy, that's coming from a FG fan as well. This is so funny to watch, if you're ever in a rubbish mood this is sure to bring you right back up. I used to watch this on YouTube live stream sometimes I find myself back there more often recently than before, its a constant live stream that never ends, you could go watch it right now. Without spoiling thes show this is basically a family running a family owned burger joint, that and all the chaos that comes with running a business with your wife and 3 children, the humour in this show is on another level, its actually insane how much this makes me laugh. Very entertaining show that is worth the watch, is it bingeworthy? Yes!”

11. Tyrant

Tyrant is a top-notch drama series that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats. The story follows Bassam “Barry” Al-Fayeed, a man who returns to his homeland of Abbudin after 20 years in exile. He becomes involved in the country’s politics and is quickly caught up in the machinations of a dictator. The show is brilliantly written, and the acting is superb. It’s one of those rare shows that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. Tyrant is a must-see for anyone who loves drama or political thrillers.

Show Information:

Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller
Rating: 7.7/10
Casts: Adam Rayner, Jennifer Finnigan, Ashraf Barhom

Audience Review:

“Great premise for a series...the interaction of cultures seen through their humanity and frailties. The cast is variable, except for Ashraf Barhom, playing Jamal, who just blows me away with his fierce energy. Every moment he is on he completely dominates the drama. Everyone looks pale beside him -- his energy seems to come like a fire from within and burns up the screen. I think this is a new star... I'll be watching to see him in more! FX really does an amazing job bringing us really interesting series instead of the usual pulp on network TV. Just when you think you've seen it all, they come up with something new. Most of us have no idea what life really looks like in Middle Eastern countries. This gives us a cool story and lets us peek into another world. And GO BARHOM!”

12. A Wilderness of Error

A Wilderness of Error is a five-part documentary series about the murder of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald. The series, which aired on FX in September 2020, examines the evidence in the case and tries to determine what really happened. A Wilderness of Error is a fascinating and disturbing show that will appeal to anyone who loves true crime documentaries. 

The series is based on the book by Errol Morris, which was adapted into a docu-series by Marc Smerling and Carly Wisel. A Wilderness of Error is an important addition to the true crime genre, and it is sure to disturb and enlighten viewers.

Show Information:

Genre: Documentary, Crime
Rating: 6.5/10
Casts: Errol Morris, John Morgan, Clay Boulware

Audience Review:

“This is a good documentary if you are interested in finding out the facts of the McDonald family murders. The intention from Errol Morris was to exonerate Jeffrey MacDonald but it backfires. If anything this documentary proves that he did commit the murders. The laughable question from Morris is what would the motive be for Jeffrey Macdonald to kill his family. Duh, it might be because he married young and before he is thirty he will be the father of three children and he didn't want the responsibility. I honestly think that Errol Morris has lost a few marbles in his old age.”

13. Into The Dark

Into The Dark is a horror anthology series that tells a different story each season. The series is set in the present day and follows a group of people as they deal with horrifying events that occur in their town. Into The Dark is a suspenseful and scary show that will appeal to anyone who loves horror. 

The first season told the story of a group of people who were dealing with a zombie outbreak. The second season followed a group of people who were dealing with a creature that was terrorizing their town. The third season is currently airing and it follows a group of people who are dealing with a serial killer.

 Each season of Into The Dark is thrilling and scary, and it will appeal to anyone who loves horror.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Rating: 6.2/10
Casts: Aurora Perrineau, Diane Sellers, Dylan Arnold

Audience Review:

“This show is great. Every episode starts a little bit boring because it tries to set the characters and how every episode is connected to the holiday of the month. Some episodes are not as good as they could be like Treehouse (1x06), School Spirit (1x11) and Pooka! (1x03). But some of them are a must watch like Pure (1x12), Flesh & Blood (1x02), All That we destroy (1x08) and my personal favorites are New Year, New You (1x04), The Body (1x01) and Down (1x05). Give it a try to some episodes. They're good to kill some time and to watch some horror movies of the holiday you're in.”

14. Hot Ones

For anyone who loves chicken wings and hot sauce, Hot Ones is a must-watch. The show features celebrities as they eat spicy chicken wings, all the while being interviewed by Sean Evans. The guests range from actors and musicians to athletes and politicians, and they all have to answer questions in between bites of wing.

 The results are often hilarious, as the celebrities struggle to keep their composure while their mouths are on fire. In addition to the great interviews, Hot Ones also features a variety of guest hosts, who bring their own unique style to the show. 

Whether you’re a fan of spicy food or just looking for a good laugh, Hot Ones is sure to entertain.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy, Talk-Show
Rating: 8.3/10
Casts: Sean Evans, Claus Pilgaard, Action Bronson

Audience Review:

“A new and different approach to classic interviews. At first, an idea of eating chicken wings with hot sauce during an interview on Youtube doesn't sound revolutionary, but I think it's truly a innovative way of doing it. Add one of the best interviewers around on stage along with extremely well selected guests every episode, and you get a show that has grown well over it's own limits. I hope they stay on Youtube though, since it feels right for the show.”

15. Taboo

Taboo is a drama series about a man who returns to London after being presumed dead for 10 years. The series follows James Delaney as he tries to reclaim his father’s estate and uncover the secrets of his past. Taboo is a dark and suspenseful show that will appeal to anyone who loves mysteries or period dramas. 

The show is set in 1814, and it does an excellent job of capturing the feel of the time period. The acting is top-notch, and the story is intriguing. If you’re looking for a new show to binge-watch, Taboo is definitely worth checking out.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Rating: 8.4/10
Casts: Tom Hardy, David Hayman, Jonathan Pryce

Audience Review:

“As my title has indicated, Tom Hardy's "Taboo" is a beautiful slow burn, as the story builds through each episode I was hooked on how Hardy's character would react to certain situations and was never left disappointed, without spoiling the story itself there are some wonderfully tense and sad moment's throughout. The cast were amazing throughout the whole show, the story so gripping, the sets were down right amazing and overall production couldn't have been better! I can't wait for a second season to see what will happen next.”

16. American Horror Story

It’s the dead of night, and you’re home alone. You hear a noise downstairs, and your heart starts to race. You tell yourself it’s just the wind, but you can’t shake the feeling that someone is in the house with you. This is the feeling that American Horror Story evokes.

AHS is a horror anthology series that tells a different story each season. The series is set in different time periods and locations, and each season tells a new story with new characters. American Horror Story is a scary and suspenseful show that will appeal to anyone who loves horror. 

Each episode is like a mini-movie, with its own scares and twists. If you’re looking for a show that will keep you up at night, American Horror Story is the perfect choice.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Rating: 6.1/10
Casts: Sierra McCormick, Paris Jackson,Merrin Dungey

Audience Review:

“AH Stories Definitely has potential!! I Love seeing some of the actors from Season 1 back!! I would Love to see the 'stories' to improve though, since they are more on the 'young' side... when with AHS, it's more mature with better substance. Overall, it has been entertaining and it's a treat since we went a year without our favorite series!!!”

17. Casual

Casual is a comedy series about a divorced mother who starts dating again. The series follows Valerie as she tries to navigate the world of dating and deal with her teenage daughter’s romantic problems. Casual is a funny and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who has ever been divorced or dated someone with kids. 

The show is clever and honest, and it doesn’t shy away from the messy realities of dating and parenting. In one episode, Valerie goes on a date with a man who has children of his own, and she quickly discovers that dealing with his kids is more complicated than she thought. 

Casual is a show that will make you laugh, but it will also make you think. It’s a must-watch for anyone who has ever been through a divorce or dated someone with kids.

Show Information:

Genre:Comedy, Drama
Rating: 7.5/10
Casts: Michaela Watkins, Tommy Dewey, Tara Lynne Barr

Audience Review:

“Casual stars Michaela Watkins and Tommy Dewey as Valerie and Alex, two adult siblings and Tara Lynne Barr as Valarie's daughter. All three actors are excellent in their respective roles and the writing is top notch. What I think is throwing some off, myself included, is the fact that the characters are not that nice. They are selfish, sometimes arrogant, and superficial, but along the way, we learn to forgive them because they are so damaged. Explanation of plot and characters would be irrelevant as it is a multi story-line arc, so just watch the show.”

18. Little Fires Everywhere

Little Fires Everywhere is a drama series about two mothers who are at odds with each other. The series follows Elena and Mia as they try to co-parent their children while also dealing with their own personal issues. Little Fires Everywhere is a thought-provoking and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who has ever had disagreements with someone close to them.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama
Rating: 7.7/10
Casts: Reese Witherspoon, Kerry Washington, Rosemarie DeWitt

Audience Review:

“I didn't read the book, so I can't compare it to that, but reviewing just the show I can say Reese Witherspoon was fantastic. The story kept me interested and I found myself binge watching the whole thing, wanting to know what happened next. The actors did a great job portraying their characters, as I never got tired of them. All in all it was pretty good, one I'd recommend.”

19. Harlots

Harlots is a drama series about two women who are rivals in the London prostitute business. The series follows Margaret and Charlotte as they try to outdo each other while also dealing with their own personal issues. Harlots is a dark and suspenseful show that will appeal to anyone who loves period dramas or stories about female empowerment.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama
Rating: 7.6/10
Casts: Lesley Manville, Kate Fleetwood, Holli Dempsey

Audience Review:

“SO far I have only watched 3 episodes but they were all watched in a row as I first just started watching to see if it was any good. Well 3 later and I am hooked. I think Harlots has some good writing and is not at all gratuitous in any way for a show about prostitution. People on here that are trashing it are probably holy rollers that are so uncomfortable with their own sexuality that they cant bother to see it done by others. Other than that I really started watching because of Jessica Brown Findlay. I really enjoyed her in Downton Abbey and was excited to see her in another television series. Well she has not disappointed. Neither has the rest of the cast. I will enjoy the rest of the season and future seasons to come. Very worth your time!!”

20. The League

The League is a comedy series about a group of friends who compete against each other in a fantasy football league. The series follows the friends as they try to win the league while also dealing with their own personal issues. The League is a funny and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who loves football or fantasy sports.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy, Sport
Rating: 8.3/10
Casts: Mark Duplass, Jonathan Lajoie, Nick Kroll

Audience Review:

“I will start by saying It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is my favorite show of all time. I will follow this up with saying that The League is one of the funniest shows I've ever watched. While it doesn't have the same level of satire that Sunny has, this show had the same irreverence and the same no-holds-barred energy that Sunny has. FX and FXX have struck gold with two of the funniest shows or funniest this era of television has seen. While season 7 was not good, the first 6 seasons gave me some of the best laughs I've ever had.”

21. Devs

Devs is a sci-fi series about a group of people who work for a secretive tech company. The series follows the employees as they try to figure out what the company is really up to. Devs is a thought-provoking and suspenseful show that will appeal to anyone who loves science fiction or mysteries.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Rating: 7.7/10
Casts: Sonoya Mizuno, Nick Offerman, Jin Ha

Audience Review:

“Alex Garland's "Devs" is one of the most complex shows that I've ever seen. There have been plenty of techno-thrillers, but not like this one. Like "The Good Place", it focuses on what it means to be human. If you only know Nick Offerman from comedic roles, you'll be impressed with his performance here.”

22. Wu-Tang: An American Saga

Wu-Tang: An American Saga is a drama series about the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan. The series follows the members of the group as they try to make it in the music industry while also dealing with their own personal issues. Wu-Tang: An American Saga is a thought-provoking and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who loves hip-hop or stories about overcoming adversity.

Show Information:

Genre: Biography, Drama
Rating: 8.3/10
Casts: Ashton Sanders, Shameik Moore, Siddiq Saunderson

Audience Review:

“But a fan of great acted interesting dramas . Very interesting story of coming from low income families and making it a very competitive industry . The obstacles are many and some deadly but team work and some Chinese kungfu movies guide these street hustlers to success .”

23. Normal People

Normal People is a drama series about two people who are in a relationship. The series follows Marianne and Connell as they try to navigate their relationship while also dealing with their own personal issues. Normal People is a thought-provoking and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who has ever been in a relationship.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama, Romance
Rating: 8.4/10
Casts: Daisy Edgar-Jones, Paul Mescal, Desmond Eastwood

Audience Review:

“Beautifully written characters and amazing acting. I LOVED this! I hadn't read the book this was adapted from but now want to and couldn't imagine anyone else being Marianne & Connell. Daisy Edgar-Jones' beautiful doe eyes and Paul Mescal's soulful gaze. I was mesmerised by the chemistry between these two. Very few love stories make my heart actually ache! I cried my way through 6 hours of this brilliance!”

24. Catch-22

Catch-22 is a drama series about a group of soldiers during World War II. The series follows the soldiers as they try to survive the war while also dealing with their own personal issues. Catch-22 is a thought-provoking and suspenseful show that will appeal to anyone who loves war dramas or stories about survival.

Show Information:

Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama,Thriller, War
Rating: 7.7/10
Casts: Christopher Abbott, Kyle Chandler, Daniel David Stewart

Audience Review:

“The entire cast of this series is amazing. It has all the drama and humor but not as slap stick as the movie. I've been glued to the TV since it was released. You will fall in love with these characters and the actors who portray them. There is one very graphic sex scene in the beginning and many scenes of violence, as you would expect. Some gore but not excessive.”

25. Justified

Justified is a drama series about a lawman who is tasked with bringing down a criminal. The series follows Raylan as he tries to take down Boyd while also dealing with his own personal issues. Justified is a suspenseful and action-packed show that will appeal to anyone who loves crime dramas or stories about justice.

Show Information:

Genre: Action, Crime, Drama ,Mystery ,Thriller ,Western
Rating: 8.6/10
Casts: Timothy Olyphant, Nick Searcy, Joelle Carter

Audience Review:

“ustified is one of the most underrated and best tv shows I've ever seen and absolutely deserves all the great reviews and high ratings it gets! It's one of the rare shows where every season is as good as the others. Timothy Olyphant was perfect in this as Raylan Givens. I can't say enough about this phenomenal show except to go watch it, you will not be disappointed! Absolutely loved it!”

26. Mrs. America

Mrs. America is a drama series about the battle for the Equal Rights Amendment. The series follows Phyllis as she tries to stop the ERA from being ratified while also dealing with her own personal issues. Mrs. America is a thought-provoking and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who is interested in feminist history or the political process.

Show Information:

Genre: Biography, Drama, History
Rating: 7.8/10
Casts: Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne, Uzo Aduba

Audience Review:

“Almost every single second of this first episode is Cate Blanchett, and if you didn't already know it (and if you didn't, atsa matta wid-U?), she's a fantastic actress. Schlafly is clearly going to be portrayed in this as a multi-layered, morally complex and ethically conflicted character, and who's to say she wasn't? I suspect it took all this time to get this fictionalized account made because, had it been attempted while she was alive, as a trained attorney, she would have fought it in the courts in perpetuity.”

27. Happy Endings

Happy Endings is a Chicago-set sitcom that follows the intertwined lives of six young urbanites trying to learn the ropes of adulthood. Through breakups and whatever other curve-balls life throws them, the pals stick together. The show is clever, funny, and relatable, and it has something for everyone. Whether you’re a 20-something trying to figure out your life, or you’re just looking for a good laugh, Happy Endings is definitely worth watching.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy, Romance
Rating: 7.8/10
Casts: Eliza Coupe, Elisha Cuthbert, Zachary Knighton

Audience Review:

“Witty, hilarious, full of fun and replay-ability on a Seinfeld or Friends level, but updated for a new generation. I felt like this was one of those shows that got canceled way too early. I loved it. Still do. I wish there were more episodes.”

28. Castle Rock

Castle Rock is a drama series about the residents of a small town in Maine. The series follows the residents as they deal with the strange occurrences that happen in their town. Castle Rock is a thought-provoking and suspenseful show that will appeal to anyone who loves horror or mysteries.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Rating: 7.5/10
Casts: Bill Skarsgård, André Holland, Lizzy Caplan

Audience Review:

“As a lifelong Stephen King fan, I've been awaiting this for an age it seems. Only 3 episodes in but it has a real "King vibe" about it. The nods to various works by the man are plentiful, and the cinematography seems plucked from a King fans mind. Cannot wait for the next episodes to drop. If you're reading this and still not sure whether to give it a go as many King adaptations are a hit or a miss I urge you to watch. I don't think you'll be disappointed.”

29. Pen15

Pen15 is a comedy series about two teenage girls who are navigating their way through middle school. The series follows the girls as they try to figure out who they are and what they want in life. Pen15 is a funny and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who has ever been a teenage girl.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy
Rating: 8.1/10
Casts: Maya Erskine, Anna Konkle, Melora Walters

Audience Review:

“Some of the things that happened on this show were exactly my experience as a tween. So thankful for the girls' perspective and being spared the typical trite portrayal of what is accurately demonstrated here as a brutally painful, awkward, and hilarious (in hindsight) time in life. Writing and acting really encapsulates what it's like to lose your childlike innocence as a young girl. Binged it in a day aka when's season 2??”

30. RuPaul's Drag Race

RuPaul’s Drag Race is a reality series about a group of drag queens who compete in a competition to become America’s next drag superstar. The series follows the queens as they try to impress RuPaul and the judges while also dealing with their own personal issues. RuPaul’s Drag Race is a funny and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who loves drag queens or reality tv.

Show Information:

Genre: Game-Show, Reality-TV
Rating: 8.5/10
Casts: RuPaul, Michelle Visage, Santino Rice

Audience Review:

“This is a great show. One of the best reality shows I've ever seen. Those interested in fashion, makeup and pop-culture will find it instantly interesting, but beyond the obvious, you'll find a show that makes you think about life, about parenting, about friendship and about love. It is truly wonderful to see these amazingly talented people that went through hard times, but are still able to find joy and beauty in life. They say Drag is the art of illusion. And isn't illusion a fantastic subject? Films like "Pan's Labyrinth" and "You Will meet a tall dark stranger" make me think so. For me, this kind of art can be appreciated on many levels, and watching this show, just makes me like I could feel/be fabulous too.”

31. Veronica Mars

Veronica Mars is a mystery series about a teenage girl who solves crimes. The series follows Veronica as she tries to solve the mysteries that happen in her town. Veronica Mars is a suspenseful and thought-provoking show that will appeal to anyone who loves mysteries or stories about teenage girls.

Show Information:

Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Rating: 8.4/10
Casts: Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, Enrico Colantoni

Audience Review:

“First time I've heard about this show was when I saw Kristen Bell in Heroes. I came here and saw VMars. It took me a long time before I decided to watch this show. I started to watch it for one reason and one reason only -> Kristen Bell. Stupid I know, but when I saw the pilot episode I knew that this show will be something new, something different, something worth watching and I was hooked. The is one of the best TV shows that my eyes have ever seen before. Smart and funny dialogs, beautiful and talented cast of the show, interesting twists,mysteries... This show has everything. This show is awesome but sadly it has been canceled for a long time now. I really wish that this show will return to screen as a new season or a movie.”

32. Snowfall

Snowfall is a drama series about the crack epidemic in Los Angeles. The series follows the residents of LA as they try to survive the drug war while also dealing with their own personal issues. Snowfall is a thought-provoking and relatable show that will appeal to anyone who loves stories about drugs or the inner city.

Show Information:

Genre: Crime, Drama
Rating: 8.2/10
Casts: Damson Idris, Carter Hudson, Isaiah John

Audience Review:

“I've watched two episodes so far and I have been blown away at how real and factual it has been based on what I've read in books about the beginnings of crack. The other reviewers that have given this poor ratings I think must be watching something else. With all the TV shows out there, this is by far above the rest in realism and ethnic relatable characters that don't come across as villains or heroes, just everyday people trying to make better lives for themselves that unfortunately choose bad paths.”

33. The Looming Tower

The Looming Tower is a drama series about the events leading up to 9/11. The series follows the characters as they try to stop the attacks while also dealing with their own personal issues. The Looming Tower is a thought-provoking and suspenseful show that will appeal to anyone who loves history or stories about terrorism.

Show Information:

Genre: Drama, History
Rating: 8.0/10
Casts: Jeff Daniels, Tahar Rahim, Wrenn Schmidt

Audience Review:

“I had to watch the whole series twice, mainly to identify the "good" and "bad" players. It certainly doesn't speak well of the CIA. Amazing performances, by all players, but Jeff Daniels and Tahar Rahim were outstanding. Curious about Ali Soufan, I watched several interviews with him, and Tariq nailed his accent/speech totally. We all know how it ended, but this series adds to the human element, the frustration and ultimate sadness.”

34. 30 Rock

30 Rock’ is a hilarious sit-com that follows the trials and tribulations of Liz Lemon, head writer for a live sketch-comedy show in New York. The show is based on the real-life backstage antics of `Saturday Night Live’, and features an all-star cast including Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski, and Jack McBrayer. Each episode is packed with laugh-out-loud moments, clever one-liners, and absurd situations. 30 Rock’ is sure to leave you with a smile on your face.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy
Rating: 8.3/10
Casts: Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan

Audience Review:

“It's a great, funny show. Fey is very good in the lead role; she blew away my expectations. Kudos to her for creating such a fun, funny, witty and quality TV show. Baldwin is at his dry-witted, brilliant best (someone at work said to me, "yeah I heard Alec Baldwin is in it, but isn't that show a comedy?" ...did not know the man did comedy. Did not know). Morgan (who I don't normally like; not on SNL or elsewhere) is hysterical and plays the role perfectly. The minor characters are all very good and amusing, and I can't wait to see them develop more and more. The writing/material is quality crazy with sit-com wackiness, sketch comedy variety/character and fast-paced intelligent wit. If you like to laugh (something a comedy should make you do), please check this show out; if you think a lot of the other crap on TV is amusing, you'll really love this one. Hurry, before it gets canceled.”

35. Under the Banner of Heaven

In “Under the Banner of Heaven,” Jon Krakauer masterfully weaves together a story of crime and punishment, faith and betrayal. Through interviews with family members, law enforcement officials, and experts on Mormon history, Krakauer builds a compelling case against the two men who killed Brenda and her baby in the name of God. 

But “Under the Banner of Heaven” is more than just a true-crime story; it’s a fascinating exploration of religious extremism and its deadly consequences. Krakauer’s investigative journalism is top-notch, and his prose is both stylish and insightful.

 “Under the Banner of Heaven” is a must-read for anyone interested in religious studies, American history, or true crime.

Show Information:

Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Rating: 7.6/10
Casts: Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Daisy Edgar-Jones

Audience Review:

“Yes, there are some cringey scenes, but it's well done. To the folks alleging that the writer has no knowledge of Mormon culture, DLB literally grew up Mormon. In this exact time period. So I trust his vision. Facepalm, y'all. I'll defer judgment to the end of the series but who knows, it might end up being a worthy successor to Mare of Easttown. We'll have to see how the investigation unfolds. Thus far, the acting is strong (Billy Howle is great in this episode), the creepy vibes are real, and it's all very unsettling but in a way that I enjoyed.”

36. The Orville

The Orville is a new sci-fi comedy from creator and star Seth MacFarlane. The series follows the adventures of the Planetary Union officer Ed Mercer, who is assigned to command his own ship, the Orville. 

However, Ed’s plans for a fresh start are complicated when he discovers that his ex-wife, Kelly Grayson, has been assigned as his First Officer. The Orville is a clever and funny take on the sci-fi genre that is sure to please fans of MacFarlane’s previous work.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy, Adventure, Drama
Rating: 8.0/10
Casts: Seth Mac Farlane, Adrianne Palicki, Penny Johnson Jerald

Audience Review:

“The Orville is not only a great comedy but it's also a great sci-fi show! It's a character driven show that will suck you in. I originally thought it was going to be Star Trek parody but it's so much more than that. It stands on its own as a great space adventure show! Seth MacFarlane is without a doubt one of the funniest people on the planet!”

37. Candy

In the 1980s, Candy Montgomery was the perfect housewife and mother. She had a good husband, two kids, and she even carefully planned and executed her transgressions. But when the pressure of conformity built up, her actions screamed for a bit of freedom. 

Candy’s story is a cautionary tale of what can happen when you try to have it all. Her story is also a reminder that even the most perfect lives can be full of hidden desires and secret longings. Candy is a complex character who reminds us that we all have a little bit of rebellion in us, even if we try to suppress it.

Show Information:

Genre: Biography, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Rating: 7.2/10
Casts: Jessica Biel, Melanie Lynskey, Pablo Schreiber

Audience Review:

“Wow- just engrossed in the story and the acting is so good. Want not really a Jessica Biel fan until now. Love Melanie Lynskey, Pablo Schreiber and Tim Simons. Love the music score and the 80s theme spot on. Suspenseful and so glad Hulu airs a new episode daily.”

38. The Girl From Plainville

The Girl From Plainville is a true story about the texting-suicide case of Michelle Carter and Conrad Roy III. The book explores the relationship between Michelle and Conrad, the events leading up to Conrad’s death, and Michelle’s eventual conviction of involuntary manslaughter. The book provides a unique perspective on the case, as it is told from the perspective of those closest to the two individuals involved. The book is an important read for anyone interested in Michelle’s case or in the wider issue of cyberbullying.

Show Information:

Genre: Biography, Crime, Drama
Rating: 6.4/10
Casts: Elle Fanning, Chloë Sevigny, Cara Buono

Audience Review:

“Elle Fanning does an amazing job on this - she portrays the desperate teen grasping for every bit of attention she can get superbly. As for the series, only three episodes in, so I can't comment on the plot in its entirety - but there are already such negative reviews on here from people that have probably watched ten minutes of it, so I wanted to balance it out and let people know that Elle's acting alone is a good enough reason to give this show a chance and the real life events it's based on make a great story.”

39. The Killing

The Killing is a character-driven detective procedural that weaves a murder mystery through a full season or more. Based in part on a popular Danish TV series, The Killing is set in Seattle, Washington, and follows the police investigation into the death of Rosie Larsen, a high school student. 

The investigation is led by Detectives Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder, who must contend with both personal demons and the politics of law enforcement as they try to solve the case. The Killing is a slow-burn thriller that rewards patience, and those who are looking for a complex and rewarding crime drama will be greatly rewarded.

Show Information:

Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Rating: 8.3/10
Casts: Mireille Enos, Joel Kinnaman, Billy Campbell

Audience Review:

“This is an excellent police drama. The first two seasons focus on one murder, and the many avenues taken to solve the crime. The last two seasons each deal with a single crime. This was very well cast and written. I honestly can not say enough good about this series, except for the fact that is is only four seasons long. I had extremely high hopes that it would keep going once Netflix picked it up. Unfortunately, as is the case with many very good dramas, it ended before its time. Give this show a watch, you will not regret it.”

40. The Dropout

As the founder of Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes was once hailed as a visionary in the world of healthcare. Promising to revolutionize the industry with her innovative technology, she attracted the attention of some of the biggest names in business and politics. 

However, it all came crashing down when it was revealed that her technology was nothing more than a sham. In the end, Holmes lost everything – her fortune, her company, and her reputation. It’s a cautionary tale of what can happen when ambition goes unchecked.

Show Information:

Genre: Comedy
Rating: 7.5/10
Casts: Amanda Seyfried, Naveen Andrews, Michel Gill

Audience Review:

“Wow.. this show is insane. I want to start off by saying that I know movies and shows overdramatize true stories so I'm speaking solely about the show right now. This goes from you rooting for the main character to you hating her.. like a real life Anakin Skywalker story.. IF this is close to what actually happened I would have been horrified to have been a part of this company. What a truly terrifying slip into "The Dark Side".... Wow.. just wow..”

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