5 TV crime dramas to watch this week: Bad Mothers, See No Evil, and more

Bad Mothers cast includes Tess Haubrich (far right). Courtesy of SundanceNow.
Bad Mothers cast includes Tess Haubrich (far right). Courtesy of SundanceNow. /

5 top picks for TV crime dramas to watch from June 22 to 26

TV crime dramas may be a little scarce on the main streaming services and on broadcast TV. That doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to watch.

There are still many reruns of NCIS, Chicago PD, Criminal Minds, and many other shows across various networks. You’ll also get new episodes of Liar, Bulletproof, Burden of Truth and more throughout the week. But what about something different?

What if you do want to spend the week binge-watching a show? What if you need a movie on TV? Here are our five top picks for TV crime dramas this week.

Law Abiding Citizen

Okay, I’m taking liberties with this one. It’s not a made-for-TV movie, but it is airing on a TV network. And it’s definitely a crime drama you’ll want to watch.

Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx star in Law Abiding Citizen. Foxx is an attorney who failed to get justice for Butler after the murder of his family. So, Butler’s character decides to take matters into his own hands.

You can watch on Tuesday at 9/8c on SYFY.

See No Evil

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See No Evil Season 6 continues on ID this week. Episode 15, titled “Cold Feet,” airs on Wednesday night and is worth the watch. It focuses on Annie Le. One night, Annie went missing. She was seen going into Yale but not seen coming out. Something happened to her while in the building.

The police need to scour the building for evidence. They need to figure out what happened to Annie Lee that night she went missing. What do they find?

See No Evil airs on Wednesday at 9/8c on ID. You can watch a rerun at 8/7c too.

Bad Mothers

The Bad Mothers season finale airs on Thursday on Sundance Now. This is the perfect chance to catch up on the previous seven episodes. They’re all still available just waiting for you to binge-watch. At two episodes a night from Monday to Thursday, you’ll get through the entire season.

Of course, you can space the episodes out longer. At least you know you can see it from start to season finale in one long swoop instead of waiting weekly.

Dead Still

If you’re looking for a TV crime drama with a little humor, Dead Still is certainly worth watching. It’s a wild ride from start to finish that will certainly leave you wanting more.

With the release of Hidden Season 2, you may have overlooked at the season finale aired last Monday. Now is your chance to binge-watch all episodes on Acorn TV right now.

Murder House Flip

If you don’t have time for full episodes, Quibi has you covered. The streaming service offers bite-sized episodes, coming in at no more than 10 minutes per episode. And there’s a great show to watch.

It’s not technically a TV crime drama. The show is a house flip show, but it focuses on houses that have been known for gruesome murders, with those behind CSI and other crime dramas helping to bring the stories. It’s certainly not for everyone, but if you’re intrigued at house flips and want to see it with a crime twist, you’ve got it!

The show has just been renewed for a second season. There’s plenty more to come in the future.

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Which TV crime dramas are you watching this week? Share your top picks in the comments below.

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