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

    #13 most popular show yesterday

    This series showcases the transformation of a high school chemistry teacher into a drug lord, presenting a descent into darkness that fans of Six Feet Under's exploration of human frailties and moral ambiguity will find captivating.

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    2. American Horror Story

    #35 most popular show yesterday

    Those who are drawn to the morbid and supernatural aspects of Six Feet Under may find American Horror Story's anthology format and its diverse storytelling ranging from haunted houses to witches, appealing with its blend of horror and drama.

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    3. Dexter

    #76 most popular show yesterday

    Like Six Feet Under, Dexter combines themes of mortality and ethics, set against the backdrop of a funeral home and a lead character with a dark occupation. Both created by Alan Ball, Dexter's narrative complexity and psychological depth will attract fans of Six Feet Under.

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    4. The Sopranos

    #96 most popular show yesterday

    This critically acclaimed series delves into the complexities of family and business within the Italian-American mafia, mirroring Six Feet Under's exploration of family dynamics and mortality. The dark humor and deep character studies will appeal to fans looking for a similarly sophisticated narrative.

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    5. Mad Men

    #292 most popular show yesterday

    Set in a 1960s advertising agency, Mad Men offers a stylized and nuanced look at personal and professional lives intertwining. Its focus on character development and society's existential crises resonates with the thematic depth that Six Feet Under viewers appreciate.

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    6. Transparent

    #1,186 most popular show yesterday

    This show's exploration of identity, sexuality, and family secrets offers a modern take on themes that Six Feet Under fans will recognize, all while it challenges societal norms and expectations with a tender, honest approach.