5. Prodigal Son


Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne) is a talented psychologist who used to work with the FBI as a profile creator. He had a difficult past; His father, Martin Whitly (Michael Sheen), was a notorious serial killer known as the “Surgeon” who committed 23 murders and was detained in a shelter. Gil, a NYPD lieutenant, seeks Bright’s help to track down a ‘surgeon’-inspired copycat killer. While the show features a lot of ‘Crime Week’ involvement, its main focus is on the dynamic father-son charm and Bright’s ugly ability to see crime from a murderer’s perspective. While Prodigal Son may not be the most original crime, proving that despite trying too hard to surprise you with graphic violence, it boasts through some serious performances from Sheen and Payne. If you are a fan of this genre and are looking for something familiar but interesting, this is a good test.


4. The Fall (Netflix)


Based in Northern Ireland, The Fall, starring Allan Cubitt, follows Superintendent Stella Gibson, played by Gillian Anderson, as she pursues a serial killer who beats a young woman in Belfast. The killer, Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan), is a handsome, seemingly ordinary family man with a wife and a daughter. But the serial killers quoted by Nietzsche are as confused as they come. Critics have called the show “less emotional and more provocative than most police procedures.” This display goes for stress building instead of the cost of shock, and there are a lot of modifications along the way. The Fall has won a series of awards, including the Irish Film and Television Award for Best Television Series and the Webby Award for Best Actor. Although not a luxury show, this cat-and-mouse serial killer movie is messy, stressful, and well-executed, and will definitely get you involved.


3. Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (Netflix)


Between 1978 and 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer killed 17 people, cut their bodies and used their body parts. Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, a 10-episode limited edition series created by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, enters Dahmer’s evil mind and wanders. Evan Peters’ fascinating performance when Dahmer manages to bring you into the center of a real man’s heart without remorse. However, the show is not just about killing insane people, it also shows the systematic failure of the police force, which is reluctant to act as soon as the victim becomes a person of color. Complexion. Participating in brutality, chaos, and fearlessness in presenting this real crime series violence is sure to make you sick to the core, even if it sometimes falls into the category of previous exploits. The show has won a series of awards, including the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Limited Series for Peters.


2. You (Netflix)


Joe Goldberg, the manager of a bookstore in New York City, seems to be a harmless young man. You may find him lovable and charming, albeit a little lonely. He can talk to you about your favorite character novels and can recommend books that you are sure to fall in love with. But until he met a woman (or a woman he often fell in love with) he thought he was in love. And from then on began a vicious and wide-ranging game of tracking, cheating, cheating and murder. Do not let the attractive and innocent look deceive you Joe is capable enough for the woman he falls in love with Fall in love and keep them under his control. Based on Caroline Kepnes’ book, the series starring the terrifying Penn Badgley director is not just about romance, childhood trauma and murder. It also serves as a commentary on the class and privileges, the ignorance of the rich and the aristocracy, and the perception of morality. This amazingly produced psychological series is sure to impress you if you are fascinated by the performances with compelling characters, inspirations, and gruesome murders.


1. Hannibal


It’s not clear that Hannibal Lecter was one of the most feared assassins in the world. The 1991 film The Silence of the Lambs, directed by Jonathan Demme and starring one of our most popular Hollywood stars of our time, Anthony Hopkins as a Lecter, was featured in a number of horror films such as Nosferatu and Psycho. If you are fascinated by Hopkins’ performance as a serial killer and cannibal and think there is nothing left to find out about the Lecter character, wait until you see Mads Mikkelsen wearing a bra in Hannibal. Created by Bryan Fuller, the series stars Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy as Will Graham, following the FBI profiler Graham, who is being controlled by Lecter psychiatry. The office rallied the two to catch the killer, but Lecter was only interested in Graham as he was interested in your ability to empathize with someone, including a psychiatrist. Across three seasons, the show is highly acclaimed for its visual style and storytelling. But keep in mind that this show is not for the faint of heart, as Hannibal is not shy about going on a long journey to surprise the audience with graphic scenes – there are murderous tricks that can wake you up. Surprisingly, the violence was chaotic and vicious. If you have a stomach for it, Hannibal really rides wild!