So, you’ve binged the second season of You, and then you rewatched all ten episodes to find every easter egg (the more Peach Salinger references, the better) and read every Season 3 theory you could find (Is Joe’s new neighbor his own mother?!) -- What now?
Whether you need a palette cleanser from the crazy drama or want to go darker with the world of true crime, we’ve got fifteen shows that TV Time users who watch You also love! Say ‘hello you’ to your next obsession.
A grad student moonlighting as a dominatrix recruits her BFF from high school to be her assistant, leading to a rekindled friendship and self-discovery.
Turn to true crime with this docuseries. The four episodes analyze the mind and motives of one of America’s most notorious serial killers, Ted Bundy, who was convicted for the murders of over 30 women.
13. The Politician
Ryan Murphy’s first Netflix series pushes high school politics to the next level with murder,escape plots, love triangles, and a vice-president candidate who is a victim of Munchausen by Proxy.
12. Tell Me A Story
A modern-day, New York City take on classic fairytales that deals with revenge, murder, and greed.
11. The Society
If Ellie was your favorite character in Season 2, try The Society. A group of independent teenagers create their own society for survival after everyone mysteriously disappears from their hometown.
10. High Seas
Leave present day Los Angeles, and take a trip to the late 1940s. Two sisters board a luxury ship to investigate their father’s passing and the mysterious deaths that are happening at sea.
Two girls begin to lead double lives as they enter the world of sex work in this scandalous series inspired by a true story.
Move from murder to theft! Three teenage girls form an unlikely friendship after they meet in “Shoplifters Anonymous.”
Jump to the future where a dating app digs into users’ brain data to find their soulmates. Of course, this technology comes at a cost …
Based on real events, this 2019 mini-series follows a young woman who was charged with lying about having been raped, and the two detectives who dig to find the truth.
5. Dead to Me
Much like Joe’s “justified” decisions, Judy believes she’s doing the right thing in befriending a recently widowed woman. However, all hell breaks loose when she learns Judy was involved in her late husband’s death.
After watching Joe and Love’s twisted romance, switch gears with something more lighthearted like a French rom-com! But in true You fashion, the comedy series is built on a major secret.
A high school student finds herself on trial for murder, but why? Based on the novel of the same name by Malin Persson Giolito, the drama digs deeper into a tragic event and the dysfunctional relationships that led her to where she is now.
One single decision can change your entire life … Yet another Netflix thriller made for bingeing that tackles morality and the ripple effects of doing unacceptable things.
1. Dirty John
Bravo’s drama has everything a You fan would enjoy: a stalker, deceit, danger, and violence which - once combined - leads to a story so shocking that we can’t believe it happened in real life. (Bonus: The original “Dirty John” podcast is also a great listen!)