1. The Enemy Within (2019)
Erica Shepherd, a brilliant former CIA operative, is currently serving a life sentence in a Supermax prison as the most notorious traitor in American history. The FBI Agent Will Keaton enlists Shepherd’s help to find a dangerous and mysterious criminal she knows all too well, despite the fact that it’s against his nature. Despite the fact that Shepherd and Keaton have different reasons for bringing the enemy to justice, both are aware that in order to catch a spy, they must think like one as well.
2. Condor (2018)
While working for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Joe Turner discovers that the agency has been using an algorithm he developed to spy on American citizens, which has led them to a terrorist plot that could have catastrophic consequences for millions. Three Days of the Condor (1975) by Sydney Pollack served as an inspiration.
3. NEXT (2020)
One of the most powerful A.I.s in the world is discovered by a Silicon Valley pioneer, and he and a cybercrime agent team up to fight a villain unlike anything we’ve ever seen – one whose greatest weapon against us is our own self-destructive tendencies.
4. Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (2018)
To find out what’s going on in Europe and the Middle East, CIA analyst Jack Ryan is thrust into a cat-and-mouse game of cat-and-mouse with a rising terrorist figurehead who is preparing an attack against the United States and its allies.
5. Waco (2018)
Story of 1993 standoff between FBI, ATF and Branch Davidian sect led by David Koresh that resulted in deadly shootout and blaze.
6. The Long Road Home (2017)
Remember “Black Sunday,” when Fort Hood’s 1st Cavalry Division was viciously ambushed in Sadr City, Baghdad on April 4, 2004—a day that became known in military annals as “Black Sunday.”
7. Generation Kill (2008)
Rolling Stone reporter embedded with elite U.S. Marines who spearheaded the Iraq invasion for the first 40 days of the conflict Insightful depiction of soldiers and the forces that aided them in an often-improvised mission.
8. Chernobyl (2019)
One of the most devastating man-made disasters in history: the Chernobyl nuclear accident. About the valiant people who gave their lives to save Europe from an unimaginable disaster.
9.The Blacklist (2013)
As one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives, one Raymond “Red” Reddington voluntarily surrendered to the FBI in person at the FBI Headquarters in Washington DC. They both want to eliminate dangerous criminals and terrorists, he claims. On his list of the most important criminals and terrorists the FBI cannot find because it doesn’t know they exist, has been compiled over the past two decades. The “Blacklist” is what Reddington refers to this. However, he insists that he will only speak to Elizabeth Keen, a rookie FBI profiler, in order to cooperate.
10. The Kennedys: After Camelot (2017)
With The Kennedys – After Camelot, the Emmy-winning miniseries The Kennedys continues to explore the modern era of America’s royal family. Film adaptation of J. Randy Taraborrelli’s best-selling novel.
11. Sons of Liberty (2015)
A secret group of young men band together to change the course of history and create a nation for the United States of America.
12. The Pacific (2010)
Find out how three Marines from the U.S. Marine Corps fought in the Pacific Theater during World War II by following their intertwined real-life stories. Band of Brothers is a sequel to the 2001 miniseries Band of Brothers.
13. Gangland Undercover (2015)
An ATF informant, Charles Falco, spent three years working for the Vagos, one of America’s most dangerous motorcycle gangs. This drama series is a fictionalized retelling of his story. Initially, Falco accepted the job to avoid serving a 20-year sentence on drug charges, but it soon became a personal mission for him to seek justice. As a documentary, “Gangland Undercover” follows bikers who live in a world where respect is earned by fear. Documented historical research and an autobiography by Falco form the basis of the series, which is titled “Vagos, Mongols and Outlaws.”
14. Clarice (2021)
While pursuing serial killers and sex predators in Washington, D.C., Clarice Starling returns to the field six months after the events of The Silence of the Lambs.
15. Messiah (2020)
A CIA officer is on the lookout for a charismatic man who sparks a spiritual movement and causes political turmoil. Who is he, exactly? What does he intend to do?
16. Manhunt: Unabomber (2017)
Track down Ted Kaczynski (aka the “Unabomber”) by following FBI agent Jim Fitzgerald, who used his expertise in profiling and linguistics to bring him to justice.
17. The Americans (2013)
The Americans tells the story of Elizabeth and Philip Jennings, two Soviet KGB officers posing as an American married couple in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., and their FBI Counterintelligence agent neighbor Stan Beeman.
18. The Kennedys (2011)
Canadian-American miniseries The Kennedys won an Emmy for its portrayal of the Kennedy family’s ups and downs throughout its history. Actors include Greg Kinnear, Katie Holmes, Barry Pepper, and Tom Wilkinson in the film, which was directed by Jon Cassar, which was released in 2012. ReelzChannel in the United States and History Television in Canada aired the series in April 2011.
19. The X-Files (1993)
Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully investigate the X-Files, which are cases of paranormal phenomena that have gone unsolved. Mulder is convinced that aliens and the paranormal exist, while Scully, a skeptic, is tasked with disproving Mulder’s claims and reassigning him to more conventional cases.
20. House of Saddam (2008)
This gripping four-part drama chronicles the rise and fall of one of recent history’s most significant political figures, Saddam Hussein and his closest inner circle.