The Best Shows on Netflix by Genre
Netflix’s ever-growing repertoire means that there’s something for everyone, but it also means a seemingly endless list of media that can be intimidating. If you have as much trouble choosing what to watch as us, look no further. We’ve locked down the best show per each genre on Netflix so that you can just jump to whatever you like best and find the next show to curl up in bed with.
Comedy – The Office
Can you believe there are still people who haven’t seen The Office? As surprising as it may seem, it’s true, and if you are one of those people, let this be your final push towards checking out the TV comedy classic. If you’re usually turned off by sitcoms, don’t let that stop you – The Office is no regular sitcom, and its deadpan humor makes for jokes that are still being echoed by people all over the world years later. Seriously, don’t wait any longer. Watch The Office. Right now. Go.
Drama – Orange Is the New Black
Another popular title, this show is full of both humor and drama, following the lead Piper as she enters the twisted world of women’s prison. Dark and light and full of twists, it has a character for everyone to love. It also has LGBT representation in it if that is something you look for, and if not it’s very enjoyable regardless. The show also sheds some light on the real issues US prisons face, and how the inmates have to deal with most of them by themselves. It also doesn’t help that the opening song is absolutely killer.
Crime – Narcos
Following the path of Colombian drug cartels, this show is dark, gritty and marvelously twisty. It’s based on the true story of Pablo Escobar. If you like high-stakes drama, hedonism and crime shows, Narcos is perfect for you. The show is also non-stop action, so you don’t need to worry about falling asleep during a late-night binge. A little bit Breaking Bad, a little bit The Heist, Narcos is sure to be enjoyable by fans of nitty-gritty crime.
Supernatural – American Horror Story
With seven seasons American Horror Story could intimidate a more casual viewer, but not to worry. Each season stands on its own two feet as an independent horror telling. Though intended for mature audiences, American Horror Story can be enjoyed by anyone over fifteen with enough spunk to stand up to the creeptastic show it puts on. Plus, did we mention it has an amazing soundtrack? Because it does.
Superheroes – Luke Cage
Marvel’s Luke Cage is one of the most critically acclaimed shows available on Netflix right now, and for good reason. Based on the comic book hero of the same name, it’s set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) – which is a selling point in of itself – and takes place in Harlem, New York. The line Cage toes between hero and villain is the most compelling part of the series, so if you’re a fan of grey morality and tough choices, Luke Cage is definitely going to enrapture you.
Food – Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
Though Anthony Bourdain’s passing was a tragic loss both for the food scene and the world in general, his legacy lives on through this travel and food show he filmed from 2013 to his death. If you’re a foodie and love seeing different cultures’ takes on dishes, this show is perfect for you. Anthony Bourdain is also a pleasant host, with a voice many find soothing and commentary that sheds fascinating light on both the history and the make-up of the dishes shown on screen.
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The Best TV Shows on Hulu in 2022
The streaming wars are here to stay. If you too are one of those people who cancel streaming services and resubscribe to them depending on what they’re offering, we advise you to take a look at our Coming Soon section with everything that’s new on streaming each month. But let’s dive into what Hulu, specifically, has to offer when it comes to series. So, whether you need to make an informed decision about subscribing to this Disney-owned service or are just looking for something new to watch, here are the best TV shows on Hulu right now.
Hulu: Pricing and Bundles
If you’re interested in a bare-bones Hulu subscription and don’t mind ads, you can get it for $7 per month or $70 for the whole year. If you prefer the no-ads version of Hulu, that’s $13 per month. Then there’s the Disney Bundle , which offers Hulu without ads and with Disney+ and ESPN+ for $20 per month.
We’ve already told you about Hulu Live + TV , the option that for $70 per month (or $76 for Hulu without ads) gives you additional access to 75+ channels, including news and sports, and that can be a good way of replacing cable.
Hulu also offers add-ons for HBO Max ($15 per month), Cinemax ($10 per month), Showtime ($11 per month) and Starz ($9 per month) on top of one of its subscription plans. But remember that the FX library is already included and you don’t have to pay an additional fee for it.
So, with all this in mind, here are the best TV shows on Hulu — and some of the best movies on Hulu — that make it worth the subscription cost.
Original Hulu TV Shows
Here’s a selection of some of the latest and most popular original TV shows on Hulu right now.
The Handmaid’s Tale (2017–) This adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s harrowing novel of the same name doesn’t make for easy watching. But expect a masterful performance from Elisabeth Moss (June) while her character strikes out as a rebel in this dystopian story about a totalitarian society. Season five of The Handmaid’s Tale arrives on Hulu in September, but all the previous episodes are ready to stream.
Normal People (2020) This twelve-episode coming-of-age miniseries not only highlighted the need for intimacy coordinators on sets but also ignited the careers of stars Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones. This was the first adaptation of a Sally Rooney novel on Hulu, which this year debuted Conversations With Friends .
Love, Victor (2020-2022) Set in the same universe as the movie Love, Simon , the three-season dramedy Love, Victor finds Victor (Michael Cimino) figuring out his sexuality and struggling to tell his Catholic parents that he’s gay. During his tenure at Creekwood High, Victor makes friends for life and understands some truths about his attraction to — and later his relationship with — Benji (George Sear). You can read more about Love, Victor here .
Only Murders in the Building (2021–) This two-season murder mystery comedy stars Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez. They play neighbors at an exclusive Upper West Side apartment building where someone turns up dead. The trio suspects murder and they even end up producing their own true-crime podcast while investigating the death. Martin is also one of the co-creators of the show, which features a stellar cast that includes Nathan Lane, Amy Ryan, Jane Lynch, Da’Vine Joy Randolph and cameos from Sting and Amy Schumer. You can read our review of Only Murders in the Building here .
Nine Perfect Strangers (2021–) Nicole Kidman plays Masha, the woman in charge of the boutique health resort Tranquillum House where nine perfect strangers gather in search of relaxation and healing. Melissa McCarthy, Michael Shannon, Luke Evans, Bobby Cannavale, Regina Hall, Samara Weaving, Manny Jacinto and Tiffany Boone round out the cast. Big Little Lies creator David E. Kelley serves as co-writer and co-showrunner of the eight-episode series. This Liane Moriarty ( Big Little Lies ) adaptation was conceived as a miniseries but has already been renewed for a second season. You can read our full review of Nine Perfect Strangers here .
Pam & Tommy (2022) This eight-episode limited series tells the story of Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, and how they fell in love and got married, only to have a tape with the two of them having sex stolen from their home. The tape would be sold as a VHS and uploaded online. This is a good companion piece to last year’s Impeachment: American Crime Story and Framing Britney Spears — both of them are also available on Hulu. Read our full review of Hulu’s Pam & Tommy here.
The Dropout (2022) Amanda Seyfried plays Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes in this limited series from Liz Meriwether ( New Girl ). The Dropout follows the rise and fallout of Holmes and her blood-testing start-up company and is based on the ABC News podcast of the same name . Naveen Andrews ( Sense8 ), William H. Macy ( Shameless ) and Laurie Metcalf ( Lady Bird ) round out the cast. Read our full review of The Dropout .
The Kardashians (2022–) This new reality TV series focuses on the lives of Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie from the Kardashian-Jenner family as they invite the cameras back into their lives after the 20 seasons of Keeping Up With the Kardashians . Season two of this family melodrama is set to start streaming in September. You can read more about the Kardashian-Jenner family here.
FX Original Shows on Hulu
Here are some of the best TV shows on Hulu from FX — a network that exclusively streams new content on this platform.
American Horror Story (2011–) This Ryan Murphy- and Brad Falchuk-created anthology series tries to redefine horror one installment after another — and it’s been ten seasons released so far, with season eleven set to debut in October and two more already confirmed. The Horror formula is slightly tweaked in American Horror Stories (2021–), an episodic anthology show that features a new narrative each episode and that’s also available on Hulu.
Atlanta (2016–2022). Donald Glover created and stars in this dramedy set in Atlanta where he plays a musician trying to make it on the rap scene. Zazie Beetz, Brian Tyree Henry and LaKeith Stanfield round out the cast. The show is set to finish with a fourth season that’ll debut in September. Season three, which premiered in March of this year, saw the gang during a successful European tour and struggling to adjust to the newfound success they’d so long aspired to achieve.
Pose (2018–2021) It’s difficult to overstate the historical relevance of this FX show that last year finished its third and final season. Not only did it provide a front-row seat to ballroom culture in New York, but the show is also set in the late ‘80s and ‘90s and depicts the lives of a group of Black, Afro-Latina and Latina transgender women and their gay friends. Pose was praised for having the largest transgender cast of any scripted series . Star Mj Rodriguez made history by becoming the first trans woman to be nominated for an Emmy in one of the major acting categories .
What We Do in the Shadows (2019–) This mockumentary comedy series based on Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s 2014 film of the same name follows vampire roommates Nandor (Kayvan Novak), Nadja (Natasia Demetriou), Laszlo (Matt Berry) and Colin Robinson (Mark Proksch) and human familiar Guillermo (Harvey Guillén). The show premiered its fourth season in July and has already been renewed for seasons five and six.
Reservation Dogs (2021–) This half-hour comedy series from co-producers Waititi and Sterlin Harjo tells the story of a group of Indigenous teenagers in rural Oklahoma who dream of getting to California as a way of honoring their late friend. Every writer, director and series regular on this show is an Indigenous person. Reservation Dogs follows a recent trend of television stories centering Native Americans with Peacock’s Rutherford Falls and AMC’s Dark Winds . Season two of Reservation Dogs premieres on FX in August and — we won’t get tired of saying this — season one should have received Emmy nominations in various categories but was inexplicably snubbed by the TV Academy.
The Old Man (2022–) Jeff Bridges plays the titular old man in this FX psychological drama. He’s Dan Chase, a former CIA operative who’s been off the grid for decades after running away from the agency. But when they manage to track him down, he’s forced to grab his to-go bag and his two dogs — the exceptionally well-trained Dave and Carol — and live life on the run once again. John Lithgow ( Dexter ) and Amy Brenneman ( The Leftovers ) round out the cast. The Old Man has already been renewed for a second season.
Under the Banner of Heaven (2022) This seven-episode FX miniseries is inspired by the true-crime book by Jon Krakauer . It narrates the story of the murder of Brenda Wright Lafferty (Daisy Edgar-Jones) and her baby daughter in 1984 in suburban Utah. Andrew Garfield plays the detective in charge of the investigation who also uncovers truths about the origins of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Academy Award-winner Dustin Lance Black ( Milk ), who was brought up as a Mormon, created the show and served as showrunner.
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Ghost Whisperer (2005-2010)
A newlywed with the ability to communicate with the earthbound spirits of the recently deceased overcomes skepticism and doubt to help send their important messages to the living and allow the dead to pass on to the other side.
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If shows about people speaking to the dead speak to you, then you're on the right list, composed mostly of detectives who have a direct line to the after-life and use it to solve crimes. Miss Cleo was wasting her talent!
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The 13 Best TV Shows About Mediums and People Who Can See Ghosts
An age-old debate that’s clearly divided is on whether or not ghosts are real. Sure, there seems to be a lot of seemingly irrefutable evidence of them on the internet, but skeptics will always clap back with “that video/picture was obviously edited!”.
Personally, I’ve always been a huge fan of the horror genre so in the above debate, I’m definitely on the pro side – ghosts are real.
Halloween is my favorite holiday, I sometimes have scary movie marathons by myself, and I even enjoy the low-budget B-movies with predictable jump scares and bad special effects, and creepy kids’ shows . I mean, there’s probably only a handful of horror movies that I haven’t seen.
However, I’m also a huge scaredy-cat. I know, weird, right? I can’t sleep alone in a pitch-dark room or sleep with my back to open spaces, and I will screech if something goes bump in the night.
With that being said, the last thing I’d ever want to happen to me is to have the ability to see or communicate with spirits.
In the shows on this list though, mediums are at the forefront: the characters can see, hear, or communicate with ghosts and in some cases, even help them pass on into the next life.
It’s a mix of eerie and fascinating, and these mediums certainly handle their “gift” (if you want to call it that) with grace!
The InBetween, NBC (2019)
In NBC’s The InBetween , Cassie Bedford is a clairvoyant and a medium – abilities that she was born with and has had to deal with her whole life.
She sometimes has visions of the past or the future, and she can communicate with troubled spirits still roaming our world – sometimes leading her to help them find peace and move on.
Her father, Detective Tom Hackett, and his skeptical partner and former FBI profiler , Detective Damien Asante, encounter a particularly grisly murder and solicit Cassie’s help to provide insight through her visions.
Instead of running from her abilities, she learns to cope by using them to help the city’s police force solve their more complex cases.
Ghost Whisperer, CBS (2005 – 2010)
CBS’ Ghost Whisperer tells the story of Melissa Gordon, a New York woman who’s trying to live a normal life as a wife, mother, and antique shop owner. Her gifts as a medium, however, often get in the way of that.
The spirits she encounters at first seem to be menacing or dangerous, but it’s often because they remain tied to the physical world due to their own guilt, leaving them confused and preventing them from crossing over into the spirit world.
Melissa, assisted by friends, colleagues, or those around her with similar gifts, takes it upon herself to help these earthbound and restless spirits find peace with their unfinished business.
A Gifted Man, CBS (2011 – 2012)
Before Patrick Wilson took on the role of renowned paranormal investigator Ed Warren in The Conjuring movie franchise, he was a man haunted by the ghost of his recently deceased wife.
He plays Michael Holt, a successful New York City surgeon with a wealthy clientele that allows him to become accustomed to the luxurious and privileged lifestyle.
Before the car accident that took her life, his wife Anna was the director of a free clinic for underprivileged patients. Now, Anna has returned to Michael’s life in the form of her spirit, and all she wants is for him to continue her work at the clinic – a task that turns his life and his perspective on life upside down.
Marley’s Ghosts, Gold (2015 – 2016)
Marley’s Ghosts is a two-series British sitcom from Gold that takes a more humorous perspective on a pretty unfortunate situation.
In the case of Marley Wise, it’s not even her ability to see and speak to the dead that’s troublesome – it’s the three ghosts that she can always see and who seem to have decided to stay in her life.
Who are they, you ask? The first is her husband Adam, who died after choking on a chicken bone. Second, her workplace lover Michael, who died in a car accident involving a vicar – who rounds out the trio haunting Marley.
As if her life as a British magistrate wasn’t complicated enough already!
Ghosts, BBC One (2019 – present)
Speaking of British sitcoms, there is another one we just have to mention here.
BBC One’s Ghost follows Alison and Mike, a young married couple who unexpectedly inherits Button House, a huge mansion that they plan to turn into a luxury hotel. Little do the Coopers know that the house is haunted .
When the ghosts’ plan to haunt the couple out of the house causes Alison to fall out of an upstairs window, she dies for 3 whole minutes and slips into a coma. However, when Alison wakes two weeks later, she suddenly can see ghosts.
So, now Alison has to learn to co-exist with the ghosts which is especially challenging because the ghosts don’t want Mike and Alison to convert the house into a hotel.
Ghosts, CBS (2021 – present)
Like the premise of the previous show but are more partial to American sitcoms? Well, you’re in luck then because CBS just did a reboot of the British comedy that has become quite popular.
Much like with the original series, CBS’s Ghosts follows Newyorkers Samantha and Jay, who move into an old country house after Sam inherits it from a distant relative.
The couple plans to turn the mansion into a bed & breakfast, which is an idea the ghosts do not like. So they decide to start haunting the house to make the Arondekars leave. But as with everything the ghosts do, they go a little overboard with the haunting and cause Sam to fall down the stairs.
When Sam wakes up from her near-death experience she realizes that she can see ghosts. Which means that now she has to get used to co-habiting the house with a bunch of eccentric ghosts. While Jay has to learn to go with all the crazy shenanigans Sam and the ghosts get into.
Medium, NBC/CBS (2005 – 2011)
The medium in question in the CBS series (originally at NBC) Medium is Allison DuBois, a wife, and mother of three daughters – whose character is based on the real-life purported medium of the same name.
In the series, Allison can not only communicate with the dead, but she also has dream visions of events both past and future.
She began as an intern at the Phoenix District Attorney’s office but when a dream she has leads to the successful solving of a murder case, she begins a career as a consultant for the DA’s office, battling both the skepticism of the DA himself and her own husband, and helping her daughters cope with the gift they’ve inherited from their mother.
The Fades, BBC Three/BBC HD (2011)
Paul Roberts is a seventeen-year-old boy who likes to keep to himself, limiting his social interaction to just his best friend Mac. Oh, as well as the vengeful ghosts he often encounters, of course.
They are called the Fades, and they’re the hateful spirits of people who have not been able to ascend and have harbored bitterness towards the living.
The Fades have discovered a way to regain their ability to touch things in the physical world, leading to the beginnings of a possible war between the dead and the living.
Only Paul can see them, but he gets the help of Mac and his twin sister Anna to prevent the Fades from destroying the human race.
Deadbeat, Hulu (2014 – 2016)
Hulu’s supernatural comedy Deadbeat follows the story of Kevin “Pac” Pacalioglu, a young and lazy stoner who works as a medium for hire.
With the help of his best friend and fellow stoner Roofie, the pair attempt to communicate with ghosts to figure out their unfinished business in order to help them find peace and cross over – including the ghost of a girl he tried to date who’s now living in his apartment.
It’s all well and good until he encounters Camomile White, a young woman faking her way as a medium and whom Pac is desperate to stop before she causes damage to the people she claims to be helping.
Bedlam, Sky Living (2011 – 2012)
Abandoned buildings are creepy enough on their own but when it’s a former mental asylum, that adds a whole other layer of eeriness.
In Bedlam , a former asylum was shut down after reports of patient mistreatment were discovered, and the building was renovated into a block of lavish residential apartments called Bedlam Heights. Naturally, the site is home to malevolent spirits and violent hauntings.
Jed Harper is a new arrival to Bedlam Heights and he has a certain skill set that’s perfect for the place: he can see ghosts and even has visions of their deaths, making it his job to discover the ghosts’ motive and stop them.
Saving Hope, CTV (2012 – 2017)
The first season of CTV’s Saving Hope doesn’t technically tell the story of a medium but rather brings in a unique, opposing perspective: that of Dr. Charles “Charlie” Harris, who’s in a coma after a car accident and decides to up and leave his body to roam the hallways of the hospital he’s confined in.
His fiance, Dr. Alex Reid, continues to hold out hope that he’ll survive and wake up while struggling to deal with her own surgical patients.
When Charlie does eventually come out of the coma, that’s when his gifts as a medium kick in – now he can see the spirits of comatose and dead patients!
Dead Last, The WB (2001)
Dead Last was another comedic take on the plight of mediums – though, the mediums in question here were, well, accidental.
The three members of a fictional band called The Problem stumble upon a magical amulet that gives them the ability to see and communicate with spirits.
Since they can’t get rid of it, they reluctantly take on the task of helping the spirits figure out what’s keeping them here, fix it, and move on to the next life.
This proves to be a particularly challenging task when everyone around them seems to think they’re crazy, and all they want to do is work on their music, uninterrupted by ghosts.
Raines, NBC (2007)
The last show on our list may have also been short-lived, but seven episodes of Jeff Goldblum as the protagonist will still be a gift that never stops giving.
In NBC’s Raines , he plays the titular Michael Raines, a brilliant but eccentric homicide detective. At the start of the show, he has just lost his partner in a shootout but thanks to his ability to hold conversations with the dead, still relies on his help to solve crimes.
Raines also receives assistance during investigations from the victims themselves! They’re hallucinations, of course, and he knows that – but they’re great sounding boards while he searches for their killers , and they disappear as soon as he does, too.
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‘Not Dead Yet,’ ‘Ghosts,’ ‘Upload’ & More Shows Where the Dead Aren’t Gone for Good
Sometimes the dead makes for the best TV (and no, we’re not talking about murder victims in procedural dramas).
Just look at how popular Ghosts — already renewed for a third season — is for CBS , following a couple who inherits an estate and converts it into a B&B and the spirits inhabiting the place (only Rose McIver’s Sam can see them). Then there’s The Haunting of Hill House and Bly Manor on Netflix if you’re looking for something less comedic and a lot more spooky. And life continued after death on Dead Like Me and The Good Place .
Now, ABC is debuting a new comedy that also features those who have passed on, with Not Dead Yet on February 8. And so because of that, we’re taking a look below at the aforementioned shows and more where the dead aren’t gone for good.
American Horror Story
Unsurprisingly, given the show’s name, this anthology series (which premiered in 2011), has featured multiple seasons that fit this list, including Murder House , Coven , Hotel , and 1984 . Available on Hulu
A high school senior ( Lana Condor ), just as she’s aiming to live her best life, dies but finds it’s not quite over for her yet as she continues on as a ghost in this Netflix series from 2022. Available on Netflix
Dead Like Me
The 2000s dark dramedy on Showtime — there was also a follow-up movie in 2009 — followed grim reapers ( Ellen Muth , Mandy Patinkin , Callum Blue , Jasmine Guy , Rebecca Gayheart, Laura Harris ) who remove people’s souls, hopefully before they die, and escort them until they move on into their afterlife. Available on Roku
In this ABC supernatural comedy, which premiered in 2014, Tyler Labine plays a medium who uses his ability to talk to the dead to make a living. Available on Hulu & CW Seed
For five seasons on CBS, this drama followed Melinda ( Jennifer Love Hewitt ), who could see and communicate with ghosts. She tried to balance living a normal life with helping those spirits resolve their problems and cross over into the spirit world. Available on Hulu
The CBS comedy premiered in 2021, and not only do we get to see Sam (McIver) and Jay ( Utkarsh Ambudkar ) managing their B&B, but we love following the spirits’ ( Brandon Scott Jones , Richie Moriarty , Danielle Pinnock , Asher Grodman , Román Zaragoza , Sheila Carrasco , Rebecca Wisocky , Devan Chandler Long ) lives as well, from how they died to their relationships now. Available on Paramount+
The Good Place
The NBC comedy, which premiered in 2016, showed that people can change after death, when Eleanor ( Kristen Bell ) met fellow deceased ( William Jackson Harper , Jameela Jamil , Manny Jacinto ) after she was told she was in the titular location. It was much more complicated than that. Available on Netflix
The Haunting of Hill House & The Haunting of Bly Manor
As the names of these Mike Flanagan series from 2018 and 2020 make clear, there are ghosts everywhere . Hill House followed siblings ( Michiel Huisman , Elizabeth Reaser , Oliver Jackson-Cohen , Kate Siegel , and Victoria Pedretti ) forced back to the haunted house where they grew up, while Bly Manor saw a young governess (Pedretti) arrive at the titular property. Available on Netflix
In this one-season drama on NBC in 2019, Harriet Dyer plays a bartender with the ability to see the dead, which allows her to sometimes help the police (including her foster father, played by Paul Blackthorne ) solve crimes.
Ghosts isn’t McIver’s first time in a show about the dead, but in this CW series (which premiered in 2015), her character was the one no longer living like she used to. Rather, her medical student, after being turned into a zombie, worked at the coroner’s office and helped solve crimes by eating the brains of victims to see their memories. Available on Netflix
For five seasons on this NBC series, Patricia Arquette played a medium who consulted for a district attorney’s office; her character’s children inherited her ability to talk to the dead. Available on Paramount+
Not Dead Yet
In this upcoming ABC comedy, Gina Rodriguez plays a journalist who after starting to write obituaries as part of restarting her life begins to see the people of her column.
In this 2000s fantasy drama on ABC, Lee Pace’s pie-maker can bring the dead back to life, but there are twists, including if he touches a person again, they die permanently. He uses his ability to help solve crimes … and to keep his childhood friend ( Anna Friel ) alive (again) after she dies. Available on HBO Max
Santa Clarita Diet
This three-season Netflix horror comedy, which premiered in 2017, follows a couple ( Drew Barrymore , Timothy Olyphant ) after she becomes a member of the undead with a craving for human flesh. Available on Netflix
A writer ( Courteney Cox ) and her dysfunctional family ( Greg Kinnear , Gus Birney , Dylan Gage) move to a house where Mira Sorvino is a ghost who ends up serving as her muse in this Starz series that premiered in 2022. Available on Starz
What if you could live on in a virtual afterlife after death? That’s the concept of this Prime Video series, which premiered in 2020, starring Robbie Amell as one such person who has been uploaded and Andy Allo as his “angel” in the afterlife. Available on Prime Video
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7 Shows Like CBS's Ghosts to Watch If You Like Ghosts
They're hauntingly funny
Asher Grodman, Rose McIver, and Romn Zaragoza, Ghosts
Ghosts is finally back for Season 2, but it's scary how long the wait for new episodes can feel. Sure, Thursday nights are taken care of, but what about every other night of the week? There's no need to wander aimlessly all around your haunted house-turned-haunted B&B, trying to figure out how you'll fill this hole in your schedule (and in your floor). If you're a fan of the charming CBS comedy, which follows young Brooklyn couple Sam ( Rose McIver ) and Jay ( Utkarsh Ambudkar ) as they move into a mansion with a lot of undead residents, there are plenty of similar shows waiting to haunt you, in a fun way.
Ghosts is a high-concept comedy that could easily be gimmicky, but the whole thing is infused with such humor and heart and topped with such great cast chemistry that it's hard to not be charmed by it almost immediately. For more shows that deal with the afterlife, the mingling of the living and the dead, or supernatural beings just trying to live their lives, check out the list below.
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You'd think you'd have to choose between the original U.K. version of Ghosts or the CBS remake, but surprisingly, there's room to love both. The premise is (obviously) the same, many of the storylines are the same — although the original version is three seasons deep — and many of the characters are either exactly the same (troop leader with an arrow through his neck? check!) or pretty similar but have been Americanized for the remake (the pantsless, douchey Wall Street guy was originally a pantsless, douchey member of Parliament). And yet still, the original has its own distinct feel thanks to its British sensibilities and the chemistry between this particular cast. No reason not to double the amount of Ghosts in your life.
Dead Like Me
Mandy Patinkin and Ellen Muth, Dead Like Me
For another original take on the dead and living interacting, try Bryan Fuller's short-lived early 2000s dramedy Dead Like Me . A young, dissatisfied temp worker named George dies and joins the ranks of reapers — people who have died but are unable to pass on until they reap a certain amount of souls. Their job is to take a person's soul right before they die and help guide them to the afterlife. Once the reaper hits their quota, they can pass on, too. So, in Ghosts -language, this show is basically all about trying to get sucked off. It's weird and funny and moving — everything you'd expect from a Bryan Fuller show — and has a great cast that includes Mandy Patinkin , Jasmine Guy , and Rebecca Gayheart .
Rose McIver, iZombie
It's a shame iZombie never really took off, because Rose McIver was over here doing work for five seasons. She plays Liv Moore, who is a medical resident until the day she gets turned into a zombie. Instead of killing to get her human brains fix, Liv takes a job as a medical examiner at a morgue and she realizes that when she eats someone's brains she begins to not only take on their personality traits for a short time, but also gets some of their memories. So, when someone is, say, murdered, she can get some clues to solve that murder straight from the source. It's a fun, wacky procedural with a great supporting cast — especially Rahul Kohli as Liv's boss at the morgue and Malcolm Goodwin as the detective Liv uses her power to assist — and watching McIver take on completely new personalities each episode is a treat.
For a different perspective on the afterlife, there's Upload . Created by Greg Daniels ( The Office , Parks and Recreation ), Upload imagines a future in which people can upload their consciousness into a digital afterlife of their choosing when they die. The series follows computer programmer Nathan ( Robbie Amell ) who dies unexpectedly (and suspiciously, if you catch my drift) and gets uploaded into the afterlife his demanding girlfriend has chosen. He ends up bonding with his afterlife guide/angel/customer service rep Nora ( Andy Allo ), who is still alive. The show blends an examination of Big Tech, some light mystery, and romantic comedy and has only gotten stronger in its second season.
Come on, if you want to watch cool explorations of the afterlife, you need more than one Bryan Fuller show in your life. If you missed out on the surprising, wacky, wonderful Pushing Daisies when its two seasons aired from 2007 to 2009, now is the time to correct that mistake. Lee Pace stars as Ned, a maker of pies who can also bring dead things back to life with just his touch — but if he touches that thing or person again, it will die permanently. That poses a problem when Ned raises his childhood love Chuck ( Anna Friel ) from the dead and they fall for each other but, alas, can never touch (cling wrap has never been so romantic). Ned uses his ability as a side business, helping private investigator Emerson Cod ( Chi McBride ) solve murders. With vibrant visuals and playful writing, Pushing Daisies excels at being both a procedural and a romance.
What We Do in the Shadows
Kayvan Novak and Natasia Demetriou, What We Do in the Shadows
A comedy about supernatural beings living outside of their original time in a house together could describe both Ghosts and the hilarious vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows . Based on the movie of the same name by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement , the TV adaptation finds four vampires — Nandor ( Kayvan Novak ), Laszlo ( Matt Berry ), Nadja ( Natasia Demetriou ), and "energy vampire" Colin ( Mark Proksch ) — sharing a home in Staten Island and attempting to blend in with the modern world. Harvey Guillén is excellent as Nandor's familiar — his beleaguered assistant who dreams of one day becoming a vampire. It's as goofy as they come, and perhaps like vampires themselves, the show gets better with age.
The Good Place
Jameela Jamil, Manny Jacinto, D'Arcy Carden, Kristen Bell, William Jackson Harper, The Good Place
Although they may not explicitly say it, most of the ghosts on Ghosts are trying to be better people than they were when they were alive, which is a sentiment baked into afterlife comedy The Good Place , as well. Created by Michael Schur ( Parks and Recreation ), The Good Place dives deep into philosophy, existential dread and somehow makes it all fun, funny, and heartwarming — I know, I'm as surprised as you are. Actually, I'm not that surprised when the cast is led by Kristen Bell , as dirtbag from Arizona Eleanor, and Ted Danson , as Michael, a well-dressed other-worldly being trying to reinvent the afterlife. When Eleanor suddenly dies, she learns that there is a detailed point system for your actions on Earth that will send you to either the Good Place or the Bad Place and while she parses it all out, she's joined by other now dead humans trying to figure it out: anxious moral philosophy professor Chidi ( William Jackson Harper ), very tall socialite Tahani ( Jameela Jamil ), and a character I won't ruin for people who've yet to see, played with aplomb by Manny Jacinto , as well as an all knowing not-a-robot being named Janet ( D'Arcy Carden ). The less you know going in, the better. But know this: It'll make you think, it'll make you laugh, and it'll make you cry. Just keep it sleazy for me, OK?
Missing the other side : A K-Drama like Ghost Whisperer (Netflix) ?
After the arrival of Little Womenit is the turn of Missing: The Other Side to make its entrance on the catalog of the American company. The new South Korean fiction invites us to follow the adventures of Kim Wook, a con man who has the habit of earning money by abusing the kindness of people who have the misfortune to cross his path.
When our hero arrives in a small village where he is looking for his next victim, something is wrong, it is as if the place is haunted by several spirits. Kim Wook will then meet Jang Pan Seok who is actively looking for missing persons. Together, they will try to understand what happened in this mysterious village.
Missing The Other Side : Discover the trailer
The first season of Missing The Other Side is composed of twelve episodes with a rather long format (about one hour). The series was very appreciated by the South Korean public since it obtained an average note of 9,6/10 (8500 votes) on the site Viki which is a free streaming platform allowing to watch Asian films and series for free!
The trailer of Missing The Other Side reveals a rather dark atmosphere but there are many comical scenes especially thanks to Lee Jong Ah, a young hacker who particularly likes Kim Wook. She will help our heroes to solve the mystery surrounding the death of all these people.
Who is in the cast of Missing The Other Side on Netflix?
Kim Wook will be played by Ko Soo (Money Game, Heart Surgeons), Jang Pan Seok (Innocence, Man of men) by Heo Jun-Ho and Lee Jong Ah (Thirty Nine, Entourage) by Ahn So-Hee. A fourth main character will join our heroes, it is a police inspector desperately looking for his wife and played by Ha-Joon (Insider, Crazy Love).
What is the release date for Missing The Other Side on Netflix?
The first season was released two years ago in South Korea, but the streaming platform with the red logo has just acquired the rights. So the release date of Missing The Other Side has been set for Wednesday 12 October 2022 on Netflix . Season 2 is currently airing and will probably be released in a few months …
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