Shows like The Purge
Looking for shows that are like The Purge? Take a look at these great shows sorted by online popularity today.
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    1. The Walking Dead

    #14 most popular show yesterday

    Following a group of survivors navigating a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies, this series delves into the complexities of human nature when civilization collapses, much like The Purge presents a single, lawless night that exposes societal breakdown.

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    2. American Horror Story

    #32 most popular show yesterday

    This horror anthology series presents a new spooky storyline each season, ranging from haunted houses to witch covens. With its blend of horror and commentary on American culture, it's another provocative series that will draw in fans of The Purge.

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    3. The Handmaid's Tale

    #49 most popular show yesterday

    In a dystopian future, fertility rates have collapsed leading to the rise of the totalitarian state of Gilead, where women are forced into sexual servitude. This show's haunting portrayal of totalitarianism and resistance will resonate with viewers who appreciate The Purge's dark societal themes.

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    4. Black Mirror

    #222 most popular show yesterday

    An anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world, each stand-alone episode is a sharp, suspenseful tale exploring themes of contemporary techno-paranoia. It's a match for The Purge fans interested in twisted narratives about society and technology.

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    5. Westworld

    #311 most popular show yesterday

    A dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin, set in a futuristic theme park. Its exploration of morality and free will within a created society echoes The Purge's examination of human nature under anarchic conditions.

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    6. Mr. Robot

    #499 most popular show yesterday

    A cybersecurity engineer and hacker with dissociative identity disorder becomes embroiled in a revolution to upend corporate America. The anti-establishment themes and critique of society will captivate those who enjoy The Purge's rebellion against systemic issues.

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    7. 3%

    #1,500 most popular show yesterday

    Set in a world starkly divided between progress and devastation, where people are given the chance to make it to the 'better side' but only 3% of the candidates succeed. Like The Purge, it explores societal structures and the human condition under extreme pressure.