Shows like Better
Looking for shows that are like Better? Take a look at these great shows sorted by online popularity today.
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    1. Breaking Bad

    #13 most popular show yesterday

    Breaking Bad is the precursor to Better Call Saul, sharing a universe, many characters, and a similar tone. Fans of Better will appreciate the intricate plotting, moral quandaries, and character development, centering on Walter White's descent from chemistry teacher to meth empire kingpin.

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    2. Succession

    #66 most popular show yesterday

    Succession chronicles the Roy family's power struggles within their media empire, featuring a combination of sharp writing, dark humor, and complex family dynamics. Admirers of Better's intricate character dynamics will find much to enjoy.

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    3. The Sopranos

    #80 most popular show yesterday

    The Sopranos, a seminal series in the anti-hero genre, delves into the life of mob boss Tony Soprano. With its focus on flawed characters and the intersection of crime and family, it's a natural choice for fans of Better's deep character studies.

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    4. Fargo

    #124 most popular show yesterday

    Anthology series Fargo, inspired by the Coen Brothers' film, presents season-long crime stories infused with dark humor and moral complexity. Fans of Better may relish its similarly rich storytelling and morally ambiguous characters.

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    5. Billions

    #256 most popular show yesterday

    Billions pits a determined U.S. Attorney against a hedge fund king in a cat-and-mouse game of financial brinkmanship. Its high-stakes drama and exploration of legal and ethical boundaries echo the themes that are central to Better.

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    6. Ozark

    #265 most popular show yesterday

    Ozark follows a family's spiral into the criminal world, echoing Better's exploration of moral ambiguity and the consequences of bad choices. Its dark tone and complex characters make it a compelling watch for those drawn to the shades of grey in Better.

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    7. Mad Men

    #267 most popular show yesterday

    Mad Men offers a character-driven narrative set in the world of 1960s advertising, spotlighting the complexities of its protagonist, Don Draper. While not in the legal or criminal domain, its attention to character development aligns well with what draws viewers to Better.

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    8. Boardwalk Empire

    #441 most popular show yesterday

    Set during Prohibition-era Atlantic City, Boardwalk Empire explores the world of politics and organized crime. Its historical setting and focus on the consequences of power and corruption will resonate with fans of Better's crime-centric storytelling.