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A crime show that cherishes its own goofiness while dealing with the reality of thefts, murders, and assaults will leave you guessing at the real crooks. Sean and Gus run their own long con game while the ensemble cast adds to the quirkiness and fun of the stories. “Psych” welcomes you along for the ride without the need to wade through kiddie pools full of bodily fluids.
Charlie Crews is out of prison and back as a detective, but he hasn’t forgotten his thirst for vengeance over being framed for the murder of his police partner and family. “Life” is a killer show left to die far too early. With a conspiracy that becomes more and more entangled as the show progresses, there are villains behind villains that will leave you reworking your own theories about the minds behind Crews’ imprisonment. “Life” never forgets to push character development nor let the story slow. Plus a partner played by Sarah Shahi doesn't hurt either.
Hulu that doesn’t break the rules of the genre, but doesn’t get caught up in following them either.
A newly minted Sheriff gets to handle all the strangeness from criminal mischief to murder. You won’t find piles of corpses in “Eureka,” but you will find plenty of whodunits. There are enough eccentric characters, crazy inventions, and smarmy criminals to keep you entertained in this crime show. Less serial killers and more time killers, treat yourself to season four’s holiday special, “Do You See What I See” for an animation homage as well as a story worth a few smiles.
“Law and Order: Special Victims Unit."
A crime show that deals primarily with sex crimes, “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” will give you all the gritty, bloody crime you can stomach. What other show has Ice T as an angry cop dispensing wisdom and justice? With a focused perspective on the effects the crimes have on both the victims and the detectives, this crime show on Hulu holds itself to a high standard from season to season.