7 crime shows to watch instead of the Super Bowl

It's Super Bowl time, but that doesn't mean you need to watch it. There are plenty of crime shows to watch instead.

Fool Me Once. Cr: Netflix.
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Candy

Hulu is the place to turn to for this one. Jessica Biel takes on the role of Candy Montgomery, a housewife and mother in Texas. Set in 1980, it looks like she has the perfect life. However, there is something dark under her façade.

This is based on a true story. One night, Candy murdered Betty Core with an ax. It turns out that Candy was having an affair with Betty’s husband, Allan. There are certainly some creative liberties taken with this story, but it certainly brings us a look at the mind of a female psychopath.

If you want to see another telling of the story, turn to Love & Death on Max. Elizabeth Olsen takes on the lead role.

NCIS

As we get closer to the tribute episode for David McCallum, this is a great time to check out older episodes of NCIS. Of course, you won’t have time to get through the whole series. There are more than 400 episodes. You will have a good amount of time to get through a few favorites.

The Ducky-centric episodes are worth watching this weekend. However, there are also some standout episodes for other characters depending on who your favorite is. You could even just go all the way to the start to remind yourself how it all began for the team.

NCIS is on Paramount+.

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