1. Deadwood (2004)
History is woven into the story of Deadwood’s early days; most of the characters are drawn from real-life people. Deadwood begins as a gold mining camp and gradually transforms into a lawless wild west community. Seth Bullock and Al Swearengen are the two main characters in the story.
2. Supernatural (2005)
When Sam and Dean Winchester were children, their mother was taken away from them by a supernatural force. This led to them being raised by their father to be soldiers as a result. It was he who taught them both about the supernatural evil that lurked in the back alleys and back roads of the United States, and how to exterminate it. Winchester brothers are currently on the road, battling every kind of supernatural threat they come across in their 1967 Chevy Impala.
3. Deputy (2020)
Arcane rules dating from the Wild West force a fifth-generation lawman to take over as Los Angeles County sheriff when his predecessor dies. He’s more comfortable taking down criminals than navigating the murky waters of politics and will not rest until justice is done.
4. Evil (2019)
Skeptical psychologist Kristen Benoist joins a priest trainee and a construction worker as they look into miracles, demonic possessions, and other unexplained events to see if there is a scientific explanation or if something truly supernatural is at play.
5. Walker (2021)
Return of Walker from years of undercover in the 1993 series reboot. As a widower and father of two, he joins forces with a female Ranger for the first time in the history of the organization.
6. Justified (2010)
An adaptation of the short story “Fire in the Hole” by Elmore Leonard. It is based on Raylan Givens, a US Marshal from Kentucky who is both quiet and strong-willed. It details his high-stakes job, as well as the difficulties he had with his ex-wife and father.
7. The Deuce (2017)
Time Square, New York: The Birth of the Porn Industry in the 1970s and ’80s is a fascinating look at the rough-and-tumble world that existed in New York’s Times Square from the early 1970s through the mid-’80s.
8. Vegas (2012)
His simple life has been invaded by outsiders and corruption in Las Vegas, making it impossible for Ralph Lamb to run his ranch as he pleases. A murder at a Vegas casino prompts the Mayor to recall Lamb’s command of the military police during World War II, and so begins Lamb’s battle with Vincent Savino, a ruthless Chicago gangster who plans to make Vegas his own.
9. Titans (2018)
Nightwing, formerly Batman’s first Robin, leads a group of young superheroes in the fight against evil and other threats.
10. Childhood’s End (2015)
Alien “Overlords” invaded Earth in a peaceful manner, bringing with them decades of apparent utopia at the expense of human identity and culture.
11. The Mob Doctor (2012)
The Hippocratic oath is held in high regard by most physicians. But saving lives isn’t the only thing on the mind of one Chicago doctor who owes money to the mob. It’s a fast-paced medical drama about a young female surgeon who’s torn between her family’s debt to Chicago’s Southside mob and her promising medical career.
12. Ratched (2020)
It begins in 1947 and follows Ratched’s transformation from nurse to murderous psychopath as she makes her way through the mental health system.
13. The Protector (2011)
With the help of her troubled younger brother Davey, Gloria Sheppard, an intuitive LAPD homicide detective, balances the demands of her personal and professional lives while raising her two sons.
14. From Dusk till Dawn: The Series (2014)
Original series from Robert Rodriguez, based on his cult grindhouse classic about bank-robbing brothers on the run, a lawman determined to catch them, a devout family caught in the crossfire, and an ancient evil eager to devour them all.
15. Rebel (2021)
“Rebel” Bello is a self-proclaimed “blue-collar lawyer” who has no law degree. As a person, she’s a wacky, messy, brilliant, and fearless advocate for the causes she believes in and the people she cares about the most. It doesn’t matter how much she sacrifices when Rebel puts her heart and soul into a fight she truly believes in.
16. Bosch (2014)
Harry Bosch is a relentless LAPD homicide detective who pursues justice at all costs, based on Michael Connelly’s best-selling novels. “Everybody counts, or nobody counts.” That’s the code he lives by, but he’s haunted by his past and struggles to keep it.
17. The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair (2018)
A renowned American author’s murder investigation gets entangled in a writer’s own personal saga. An adaptation of Jol Dicker’s novel of the same name.
18. Collateral (2018)
In the wake of the murder of a pizza delivery driver in south London, a determined detective sets out to track down the people traffickers responsible and uncovers a vast conspiracy.
19. Longmire (2012)
When a Wyoming sheriff’s wife dies, he has to start over, rebuilding his life and career. Based on the best-selling “Walt Longmire” mystery series by Craig Johnson.
20. Law & Order Los Angeles (2010)
Los Angeles is the setting for Law & Order: Los Angeles, an American police procedural and legal drama that was first aired in 2010. As a spin-off of Dick Wolf’s popular law enforcement drama Law & Order: SVU, it premiered on NBC on September 29, 2010, under the direction of Blake Masters. It was picked up for the entire season on October 18, 2010. In a statement on January 18, 2011, NBC announced that the series would be put on indefinite hold. A representative for the show claims that the recent cast changes were not the sole reason for the change in air dates. The series will return on April 11, 2011, and its final episode will air on July 11, 2011, according to the network’s announcements. On the 13th of May, 2011, NBC announced the cancellation of Law & Order: LA.