Criminal Minds: Evolution Season 2 and 4 more crime dramas to watch in June 2024

A new month is almost here, so you're looking for more crime dramas to watch. Here are five you'll want to check out this month.
L-R: Joe Mantegna as David Rossi and Paget Brewster as Emily Prentiss in Criminal Minds: Evolution, episode 2, season 17 streaming on Paramount+, 2024. Photo Credit: Michael Yarish /Paramount+
L-R: Joe Mantegna as David Rossi and Paget Brewster as Emily Prentiss in Criminal Minds: Evolution, episode 2, season 17 streaming on Paramount+, 2024. Photo Credit: Michael Yarish /Paramount+ /

Most broadcast shows may be done for another TV season, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to watch. We have some great TV crime dramas to check out, including a few premieres and one series finale.

You’ll want a mixture of streaming platforms for your watches this month. There’s very little on broadcast right now, but there isn’t too long to wait for the fall premieres.

Criminal Minds: Evolution Season 2

Let’s start with the return of the BAU. Two episodes of Criminal Minds: Evolution Season 2 drop on Paramount+ on Thursday, June 6. That will be followed by an episode per week all season.

This season picks up off the back of the big reveal at the end of the first season. You thought Elias Voit was bad, but there is something bigger pulling his strings. Now it’s all about to go down, and the team will need to bring in outside help to figure it all out. Elias also wants to help, but that help comes at a price.

My Life Is Murder Season 4

Ebony Vagulans as Madison Feliciano, Lucy Lawless as Alexa Crowe - My Life is Murder_ Season 2 - Photo Credit: Matt Klitscher/AcornTV /

Acorn TV is the home of some of the best crime shows. My Life Is Murder stars Lucy Lawless as Alexa Crowe, a private detective who wanted to get away from it all. However, she got pulled back into the world of crime solving, because absolutely nobody is as good as her.

This season sees eight standalone crimes for Alexa to solve. She’ll do it with the help of friends around her, although this time someone seems to be looking for a way to pull her down.

Murdoch Mysteries Season 17

We’ll stick to Acorn TV for the next suggestion. The Canadian period crime drama Murdoch Mysteries returned for its 17th season recently. More episodes will air throughout June, and this is a great time to catch up on the episodes. After all, you likely fell behind with the return of broadcast TV.

One of the episodes will see Murdoch in a coma! This puts us into a musical world, where everyone is singing and the entire team need to solve a crime in this alternate world. If you prefer something a little more “normal,” you’ll want to wait for the next episode, which sees Murdoch solve a murder at a graveyard where there’s been sightings of a female apparition. What’s really going on?

Blue Lights Season 2

Do you like Northern Irish crime dramas? You’re in luck with BritBox as Blue Lights Season 2 premieres on Thursday, June 13. It picks up with the officers dealing with a major gangland feud in the city of Belfast.

It’s been a year since the McIntyre crime gang was pulled down. Of course, that means a vacuum for other crime gangs to move into. Each of the cops have their own personal problems to deal with at the same time, but they need to focus on the gang crime when a young military veteran turned gang leader threatens to become the next McIntyre family.

Walker Season 4

Finally, we do turn to a broadcast show. You’ll want to turn to The CW’s Walker. Of course, you’ve already been watching the episodes, but Wednesday, June 26 is the time for a big episode. It’s the series finale.

Yes, the series finale. The CW finally made the decision not to renew the show. There are a lot of questions about whether the finale will work as a series finale, and there is only one way to find out. You’ll need to watch it. Spend the month rewatching episodes on The CW App.

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