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3. Peaky Blinders

For those of you who thought that Brits spent most of the 20th century fretting over the state of their geraniums in luxury estates, then you definitely haven’t caught Peaky Blinders, the BBC’s gangster drama that’s set in the violent aftermath of World War I. Starring Cillian Murphy and Sam Neill, the series follows a young man who acts as boss of a young band of rogues making their way through the streets of Birmingham, England.

Peaky Blinders

4. Black Mirror

If you’re the kind of person who grew up loving The Twilight Zone, if you love some dark sci-fi, or if you’re just convinced your cell phone might one day kill you, then you might fall in love with Black Mirror. Every episode, a new cast tackles a new story that addresses the complex way in which we interact with our brave new world. If you’re a fan of sharp writing and directing, and a parade of talented stars (including Jon Hamm, Domhnall Gleeson, Toby Kebbell, and more), then this is the show for you.

Black Mirror

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