Liar Season 2 and 5 TV crime dramas to watch this week: June 1-5

Joanne Froggatt as Laura Nielson, Dermot Crowley as Henry - Liar _ Season 2, Episode 4 - Photo Credit: Two Brothers Pictures/ITV/SundanceTV
Joanne Froggatt as Laura Nielson, Dermot Crowley as Henry - Liar _ Season 2, Episode 4 - Photo Credit: Two Brothers Pictures/ITV/SundanceTV /

Top TV crime dramas to watch between June 1 and 5, including Liar

It’s the first week of June, which means there are some big drops coming on streaming services. At the same time, broadcast networks have some top picks to watch. It’s time to get your TV crime dramas in order for June 1 to 5.

There is something for all this week. Whether you love a good British series or you’re interested in the final installment of a teen crime drama, you’re covered.

Liar Season 2

Actually, I should put Liar in general. The first season is now available on Amazon Prime Video. All six episodes are ready to binge-watch. The second season premieres on June 4 on Sundance Now. The episodes are released weekly, so you have time to break down the events and figure out who is lying this time.


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The CW has aired reruns of the British crime drama Bulletproof over the last few weeks. Now is the time to tune in for Episode 6. Wait, not been tuning in for previous episodes? They’re available on The CW app.

This is the perfect week. Only five episodes at a time are on The CW App. You can catch up with the first five episodes now and watch the sixth installment on Wednesday night live or catch it on The CW App on Thursday.


Spy dramas are always full of crime, so MI-5 is definitely something you’re likely interested in. Seasons 6 to 10 are available on BritBox this week. You’ll delve into the world of drug traffickers, proliferation, embassy sieges, and much more. One of the interesting things about this show is seeing how the team members deal with their personal lives when they can’t share anything about work.

MI-5 is available to stream on Friday, June 5.

13 Reasons Why Season 4

We turn to Netflix for TV crime dramas this week. The first on the list is 13 Reasons Why Season 4, which is the final season of the teen drama. It originally started as a teen drama based on the novel of the same name, focused on the suicide of a student. However, from the third season, we moved into crime drama territory.

This fourth season sees the students of Liberty High spiral under the weight of the lies surrounding Bryce’s death and Monty’s murder in jail. Will the truth come out? Find out on June 5.


The second offering from Netflix is all about the top crime drama Hannibal. All three seasons will be available on June 5. A prequel to Silence of the Lambs, the show follows Will Graham, an FBI criminal profiler who finds himself sympathizing with Dr. Hannibal Lector. At this point, Lecter is a forensic psychiatrist. Little does Graham know that Lecter is also a cannibal.

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What are you watching this week? Which TV crime dramas do you highly recommend to your friends? Share your thoughts in the comments below.