Peaky Blinders Came To End: 5 Shows To Watch If You Loved Peaky Blinders

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When it comes to snagging human interest, crime series are at the top. While offering a vicarious look, the crime series taps into emotional appeal. That is why most of us love to spend our free time watching good crime thrillers or detective stories.

In recent times, we are getting access to world-class period dramas from different parts of the world. All thanks to the pirate bay, as it offers you an opportunity to download the latest series and watch them when you are returning from work.

After its release in 2013, Peaky Blinders became one of the most prized in-house crime series on Netflix.

The bad news is it is going to end soon, and you indeed have to find some more options to feed your cravings for crime thrillers.

Shows To Watch If You Loved Peaky Blinders

As your favorite Peaky Blinders is going to end really soon, you might be searching for your next favorite series.

Here are some suggestions that are enough to keep you busy and cancel some plans for the coming weekend.

#1 The Frankenstein Chronicles

It is a loose adaptation of the classic novel by Mary Shelley however, is it indeed a gripping story.

The Frankenstein Chronicles is set in London during the 19th century. The role of inspector John Marlott is portrayed by Sean Bean. He is the in-charge of investigating a series of horrifying murders in London.

The story starts with the first victim, who is a girl whose body was found by the Thames and seemed to have been reassembled. This series is haunting enough to make your jaw drop.

#2 Taboo

For taboo, we want to mention that this BBC series is made by a team effort of Ridley Scott and Tom hardy.

Here, Hardy plays the role of James Keziah Delaney, an adventurer who has left an interesting inheritance, a piece of land in Canada, for his son.

The land is not just any other inheritance and is highly coveted. After the war with America is over, that land will cost a fortune. Since James was presumed dead, his very comeback brings a threat to a number of dangerous people.

This series is also created by the man behind Peaky Blinders, Steven Knight.

#3 Boardwalk Empire

What else can be a perfect background for a crime period drama than the Prohibition Era of the 1920s?

After you finish Peaky Blinder, Boardwalk Empire will surely bring you comfort with mobsters, politicians, gangsters, and corruption, dirty money, secrets. This HBO series portrays the story of Enoch “Nucky” Thompson, who is a politician and also the crime boss of Atlantic City.

This character is played by Steve Buscemi. In the early 2010s, it used to be one of the most popular TV shows, with a total of 5 seasons.

Boardwalk Empire is great enough to bag dozens of awards, nominations, and wins. The list includes Golden Globes and several Emmy.

#4 Breaking Bad

Breaking bad is another mind-blowing series that is definitely going to give you an adrenaline rush. It shows the daily life of a mild-manner high school chemistry teacher named Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston.

When he realizes that he can barely survive only with the salary of a teacher, he turns to a life of crime with his methamphetamine business.

Breaking Bad is proclaimed as one of the best series of all time. We can bet you that once you start watching it, you will get addicted to this series.

#5 Ozark

The story starts with Marty Byrde, a financial advisor, and his family adjusting their new lives in the mountains after moving from Chicago to Ozark. Jason Bateman portrays the financial advisor. Soon Byrde finds trouble in Ozark as a money-laundering scheme goes awry.

He was asked to make a payment for his debts to a Mexican drug lord, and that too in exchange for his wife and two children’s safety.

The same payment that Byrde has to keep up endangers his stability by directly targeting the well-being of his fate. You might have heard the hype about this amazing series, and trust us; you will not get disappointed.

Get The Popcorn, And Hit Play!

Now, you have a watch list to start watching once you are done with your favorite Peaky Blinders.

Watch any of them…

Or; all of them.

Let us know which one has become your new favorite.

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