The five shows to watch if you loved ‘You’
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The five shows to watch if you loved 'You'

You has been one of the most catching thriller series on Netflix. Are you missing it? Struggling to move on? Don’t worry; Best of Netflix has got your back. Here’s a list of the five best shows to watch if you love You.

The premise of the show has been enough to enthral audiences across the globe. Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) is a charming and well-read bookstore manager in New York City. When he meets Guinevere Beck, he immediately falls in love. When the undying passion of love turns into obsession, things change quite drastically. From stalking to blackmailing, he uses everything to get to her. 

Alongside this, a parallel story narrates the traumatic experiences that Joe has been through in his own life. The darkness within quickly trickles down into the outer world, and he needs to deal with the consequences of his ill actions. What happens next? If you have not watched You, yet, it is the ideal time to dive in and binge all the seasons.

Season four’s second part is debuting on March 9th. You can catch the trailer above to get yourself hyped up! However, if you have watched the show already, here’s a list of the five best shows that resemble the tensions of the show itself. Without any more delay, let’s get to the point! 

Five shows to watch if you loved ‘You’:

5. Ozark (2017)

Ozark aired on Netflix back in 2017 and has continued to mesmerise a large audience to this day. This American crime drama revolves around Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman), a financial adviser. Things quickly change when he moves with his family to a summer resort community in Missouri Ozarks.

He now has to launder money for a drug cartel forcibly and soon faces the consequences for doing so. Somehow managing to get more entangled in everything. Watch the latest season on Netflix here.

Ozark Season 4 Part II- Official trailer

4. Killing Eve (2018)

The stunning BBC drama series called Killing Eve revolves around two equally determined women. An MI5 security officer called Eve (Sandra Oh) and an incredibly charming assassin called Villanelle (Jodie Comer). Eve gets on a mission to hunt out the dangerous killer.

Soon the whole chase becomes the game changer within the show itself. If you are new to the show, be sure to get surprised by the most unpredictable and psychological ebbs and flows of the show’s plot. Complex, charming, and a beautiful representation of power play.

Killing Eve Season 4- Official trailer

3. Ginny & Georgia (2021)

A story of a rather unconventional relationship between a mother and a daughter. Ginny & Georgia, along with young Austin, are always on the move. Every time Georgia breaks up with her new love or when she has to deal with the consequences of her actions, she chooses the best option out there. To keep running. Hiding behind new identities and fixated on her image, the show is filled with surprises. This makes her children Austin and Ginny forever newbies in every school they enrol on.

However, when Georgia moves to Wellsbury, she aims to find their roots. Settle down and provide a life for her children that she has always dreamt of having herself. Ginny’s new school brings an array of drama with friends and lovers.

Ginny & Georgia, Season 2- Official trailer

2. Mindhunter (2017)

The birth of the behavioural science unit was back in the 1980s and is perfectly presented by David Fincher within this mind-bending show. Based on the real-life efforts of Agent Hold and Agent Bill Tench, along with the help of academic researcher Dr Wendy created the very foundation of what we know as the Behavioural Science Unit department. In the very same place, psychologically disturbed criminals started gaining a lot more importance in both worlds of crime and academia.

People tried to understand the psyche to help prevent future generations from following the same patterns. A long-term effort presented with sheer brilliance. The duo teaching criminal minds in Quantico gang up to interview infamous serial killers across America to draw conclusions that help these departments narrow suspects till the day. Watch the latest season on Netflix here.

1. Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (2022)

One of the most disturbing shows on the list. Based on real-life incidents. The Jeffrey Dahmer Story captures the disappearance of several young men when Jeffrey Dahmer, an infamous serial killer, happened to them.

The show highlights the way everyone associated with the incidents remains scarred to this day. The story is presented from the perspective of the victims, unlike any other show made in the same genre. Thus giving us a more intense experience of the horrors that notorious serial killer Dahmer inflicted upon them.

Watch the latest season on Netflix here.

Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story– Official trailer