6 crime shows to watch on New Year's Day 2024

New Year's Day is a great time to catch up on some crime shows and these six offer a wide range for fans to enjoy!

Money Heist Korea: JEA (L to R) Jun Jong-seo as Tokyo, Lee Hyun-woo as Rio, Jang Yoon-ju as Nairobi, Park Hae-soo as Berlin, Lee Won-jong as Moscow and Kim Ji-hun as Denver in episode # 1 of Money Heist Korea: JEA. Cr. Jung Jaegu/Netflix © 2021
Money Heist Korea: JEA (L to R) Jun Jong-seo as Tokyo, Lee Hyun-woo as Rio, Jang Yoon-ju as Nairobi, Park Hae-soo as Berlin, Lee Won-jong as Moscow and Kim Ji-hun as Denver in episode # 1 of Money Heist Korea: JEA. Cr. Jung Jaegu/Netflix © 2021 /
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Training Day

Newly debuted on Tubi is the 2017 CBS series Training Day, which sadly ranks as the final performance of the late, great Bill Paxton. Based on the 2001 movie, Paxton heads a special unit of the LAPD that skirts the rules a lot. Justin Cornwell is a new recruit who’s secretly working to discover if Paxton is truly corrupt. 

The supporting cast includes Julie Benz and future NCIS star Katrina Law. The series is good, with some terrific action and Paxton making you guess if he’s the good cop or bad. It sadly only lasted one season due to Paxton’s untimely death, but it can make for a good binge of an overlooked cop drama.

Training Day is now streaming on Tubi. 

Frequency

Rounding out the Tubi entries is this underrated 2016 CW series based on the 2000 movie also titled Frequency. Raimy Sullivan (Peyton List) is a cop who is somehow able to communicate with her late father, Frank (Riley Smith), in 1996. She warns Frank of his impending death, so he avoids it, but doing so alters history. Not only does Raimy’s boyfriend no longer remember her, but a serial killer who should have died long ago has been killing for 20 years…and his victims now include Raimy’s mother. 

Thus, Raimy and Frank have to work across time to fix this while solving other crimes. The series is fun showing how Frank lacks technology taken for granted today and the mix of sci-fi and police procedural is well done. It lacks the special online epilogue made when it was canceled, but it is still a fun binge for those who enjoy a sci-fi cop show with some nice family drama mixed in.

Frequency is now streaming on Tubi.

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