19 Best TV Shows Like Submission That You Should Watching Update 04/2024

TV Shows Like Submission

1. Room 104 (2017)

Room 104 (2017)

Each episode, which takes place in a single motel room in the United States, tells a different story about the people who stay there.

2. Baby Looney Tunes (2002)

Favorite cartoon characters as precocious preschoolers learning about the world around them.

3. Marvel’s Agent Carter (2015)

Marvel's Agent Carter (2015)

As the men return from the war, Peggy Carter finds herself on the margins. It’s 1946, and peace has dealt Peggy Carter a significant blow. Because of her position with the secret SSR (Strategic Scientific Reserve), Peggy must juggle administrative duties with secret missions for Howard Stark as well as trying to navigate life as a single woman in America without Steve Rogers, the love of her life.

4. The Mayor (2017)

Hip-hop artist runs for mayor in order to promote his mix-tape and is elected to the position

5. Jeff & Some Aliens (2017)

These three extraterrestrials have been sent to study Jeff in order to determine whether or not humanity needs to be wiped off the face of the planet. Having roommates who force you to participate in grueling intergalatic decathalons or perform Azurian honor killings in order to restore interstellar balance isn’t always easy for Jeff, whose mundane life is constantly turned upside down by his extraterrestrial guests.

6. AJ and the Queen (2020)

AJ and the Queen (2020)

Ruby Red, a drag queen traveling across the country in a dilapidated RV, meets AJ, a tough-talking 10-year-old stowaway.

7. The Queen’s Gambit (2020)

In the 1950s, in a Kentucky orphanage, a young girl discovers a remarkable chess talent while battling addiction.

8. Looking for Alaska (2019)

A newcomer to a boarding school develops feelings for a seductive female student.

9. Nancy Drew (2019)

Nancy Drew (2019)

After graduating from high school, young Nancy Drew intends to leave her hometown and attend college, but she becomes entangled in a paranormal murder mystery.

10. Remington Steele (1982)

Laura Holt, a licensed private investigator, opens a detective agency but discovers that potential customers refuse to hire a woman, regardless of her qualifications. Laura creates a male superior, Remington Steele, to solve the issue. A former thief and con man, whose real name is never revealed, assumes the identity of Remington Steele through a series of events that unfold in the first episode, “License to Steele.” Laura is still in charge behind the scenes.

11. Charmed (2018)

“Charmed” takes place in the fictional college town of Hilltowne and centers around the Vera sisters after their mother dies tragically and leaves them orphaned.

12. Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (2019)

Pretty Little Liars The Perfectionists (2019)

Three college friends from Beacon Heights, a picture-perfect town, are dealing with the pressures of being overachievers in their small town. Perfectionists are scrambling to cover their tracks in the wake of the town’s first murder.

13. Castle Rock (2018)

Inspired by Stephen King’s stories, Castle Rock is a fictional town where characters and themes come together.

14. American Gods (2017)

Recreated from the fantasy novel by Neil Gaiman, about an ex-convict who becomes the traveling companion and conman who turns out to be an older god recruiting soldiers for the upstart gods.

15. The Messengers (2015)

The Messengers (2015)

Strange object crashes on Earth, killing a group of people who don’t seem to have anything in common, but when they wake up they learn that the task of averting the impending doom is theirs to do.

16. Coma (2012)

Routine surgical procedures send a number of seemingly healthy patients into comas on the operating table, and a young medical student suspects malpractice.

17. Siberia (2013)

It’s a mockumentary about a reality show where 16 contestants have to survive in Tunguska, a frozen wasteland in the middle of Siberia. Birds Hill Provincial Park, located north of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, served as the setting for the show’s production. NBC aired the series’ premiere on July 1st, 2013. Generally, critics and viewers liked the first season, and there were around 2.03 million people watching each episode on average. The show received a Metacritic score of 63/100. The first season of the show ended on the 16th of September, 2013.

18. Ringer (2011)

Ringer (2011)

Bridget sees a murder six months after deciding to get sober and get her life together again. Knowing her life is in jeopardy and having no faith in the FBI, she flees to her affluent twin sister Siobhan’s mansion in New York. Things are going well — the two are trying to mend their shattered relationship — until Siobhan vanishes. Bridget pretends to be her sister, but she soon discovers that Siobhan’s life isn’t as idyllic as it appears, and she’s no safer than she was before.

19. Proof (2015)

A world-renowned surgeon is on a mission to discover if there is life after death.