20 Best TV Shows Like Being Mary Jane Update 06/2024

TV Shows Like Being Mary Jane

She’s a successful TV news anchor and a self-sufficient powerhouse who stays dedicated to a family that doesn’t share her drive. Mary Jane Paul is a one-woman show. As Mary Jane juggles her work, her relationships, and her family obligations, a rollercoaster of emotions and unforgettable moments unfolds.

1. Teen Wolf (2011)

Teen Wolf (2011)

When Scott McCall, a high school student in Beacon Hills, is bitten by a werewolf and turns into one, his life is turned upside down. He’ll have to learn how to live with his problematic new identity while also being a normal adolescent. This story’s supporting cast includes Stiles (his best friend), Allison (his love interest and a member of Allison’s family), and Derek (a werewolf with an unknown past). His main goal is to keep his family safe while also trying to have a normal life with them.

2. Togetherness (2015)

Four adults in their late 30s and early 40s share a house and fight to keep their friendships and their personal goals alive.

3. Hollywood (2020)

Hollywood (2020)

Hollywood’s up-and-coming actors and filmmakers try to make it big in the years following World War II.

4. Dallas (2012)

Everybody from the Ewing family has returned to the town of Southfork, and they’ve got plenty of secrets, schemes and betrayals planned. A new generation of Ewings has arrived, one that takes ambition and deception to new heights.

5. Nashville (2012)

As artists and individuals, Rayna Jaymes and Juliette Barnes deal with a variety of issues, both personal and professional. Families, friends, and lovers can complicate their lives, as can up-and-coming musicians and songwriters who are trying to break into the industry. Musical and lyrical artists in Nashville are caught in the eye of a storm fueled by their own aspirations. Creativeness and a desire for notoriety are two factors that motivate some. Some people can’t handle the stress of success, so they’re doing everything they can to hang on to their position.

6. The Divide (2014)

The Divide (2014)

The Divide is a WE tv legal drama from 2014. There were eight one-hour episodes in the first season. On the 16th of July, 2014, it made its debut. WE-tv announced the cancellation of the show on October 30th, 2014.

7. Hit the Floor (2013)

When Ahsha Hayes goes against her mother Sloane’s wishes and auditions for the elite L.A. Devil Girls dance team, she enters the wild world of professional basketball.

8. Ugly Betty (2006)

Ugly Betty (2006)

Educated, but well-balanced As a young woman navigating the competitive world of New York fashion, Betty embraces her distinctive looks and self-reliant spirit. Betty’s big dreams will be supported by her proud but unglamorous Queens family, and she will overcome any obstacle in her own special way.

9. Prime Suspect (2011)

It’s hard enough for Detective Jane Timoney to get respect as a homicide detective in New York City without having to contend with a male-dominated police force. She’s a newcomer in a precinct where a boys’ club has formed an impenetrable clique. With a shady past, Timoney is prone to being impulsive, rude, and forceful. However, she’s also a skilled officer who’s focused on catching the main suspect.

10. Little America (2020)

Little America (2020)

In a time when immigrants are more relevant than ever, this anthology series looks at the funny, romantic, heartfelt, inspiring, and surprising stories of immigrants in America.

11. Breaking Bad (2008)

A cancer diagnosis gives Walter White, a New Mexico chemistry teacher, only two years to live, and he becomes fearless and determined to secure his family’s financial future by any means necessary as he plunges into the dangerous world of drugs and crime.

12. Impulse (2018)

Keep an eye on Henrietta, 16, who has the ability to teleport. This realization dawns on her while riding in the back of a pickup truck with her high school’s Golden Boy, who proceeds to rape her in an attempt to gain her trust.

13. Young & Hungry (2014)

Young & Hungry (2014)

When Josh, a wealthy young tech entrepreneur, meets Gabi, a feisty young food blogger who wants to be his personal chef, two worlds come together. In order to get the job, Gabi needs to impress Josh’s assistant, who would rather hire a well-known chef. A romantic dinner planned by Josh and Gabi goes horribly wrong, leaving Gabi in an awkward position with Josh’s girlfriend. She turns a bad situation around with the help of her best friend Sofia and Josh’s housekeeper with the help of Gabi’s best friend Sofia. Josh’s assistant and housekeeper provide much-needed assistance and advice to Gabi.

14. Alex Rider (2020)

When Alex Rider learns that his British spy uncle Ian has been killed in the line of duty, everything changes for him. This normal adolescent is approached by The Department’s head and forced to assist in the investigation into his uncle’s death as a result. For some reason, Alex decides to go undercover at the remote Point Blanc Boarding School.

15. Chosen (2013)

As a lawyer and father, Ian Mitchell gets a strange package in the mail one day that contains a gun and a picture of a stranger, along with orders for him to kill whoever is on the picture. After being attacked by a second stranger, he learns that he has been selected to take part in a deadly game by a mysterious group called The Watchers.

16. American Odyssey (2015)

American Odyssey (2015)

Unexpectedly, the lives of three strangers — a female soldier, a corporate lawyer, and political activist — collide in this “Traffic”-like action drama.

17. Marvel’s Luke Cage (2016)

A wrongly convicted man becomes a superhero for hire after a sabotaged experiment gives him super-strength and endurance.

18. Mob City (2013)

Mob City (2013)

The true story of a decades-long battle between the Los Angeles Police Department and ruthless criminal elements led by Mickey Cohen, a former boxer who rose to the top of L.A.’s criminal world, under the determined leadership of Police Chief William Parker. The show takes place in 1940s and 1950s Los Angeles, and it’s a fast-paced crime drama. A glamorous world of movie stars, studio heads, returning veterans, a corrupt police force and an even more dangerous criminal network are all vying to make Los Angeles their home base.

19. Salvation (2017)

A low-ranking Pentagon official learns from an MIT graduate student and a tech superstar that an asteroid is only six months away from crashing into the Earth.

20. Devs (2020)

Devs (2020)

Lily Chan, a young computer engineer at a cutting-edge San Francisco tech company, investigates the secretive development division because she believes it is responsible for her boyfriend’s murder.