These 8 Paramount+ shows need to go to Netflix next

With School Spirits now shared on Netflix, here are 8 other Paramount+ shows that should follow suit.

Sylvester Stallone as Dwight "The General" Manfredi of the Paramount+ original series TULSA KING. Photo Cr: Brian Douglas/Paramount+. © 2022 Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Sylvester Stallone as Dwight "The General" Manfredi of the Paramount+ original series TULSA KING. Photo Cr: Brian Douglas/Paramount+. © 2022 Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved. /
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5. Blood & Treasure

If you're in the mood for a fantastic action-adventure show, this is right up your alley. Danny McNarmara (Matt Barr) is a former FBI agent hunting a terrorist obsessed with finding the treasure of Anthony and Cleopatra. Danny enlists former lover and master thief Lexi (Sofia Pernas) to find the treasure first. 

Both seasons pack in scores of twists, as well as some gorgeous international locations. The two leads have a wonderful chemistry matched with a fun supporting cast. It ended after two seasons but is perfect for a Netflix binge to show just pure fun adventure that can match any crime show. 

209 - Peace in the Valley
MAYOR OF KINGSTOWN: “Peace in the Valley”- Jeremy Renner as Mike McLusky and Hamish Allan-Headley as Robert in season 2, episode 9 of the Paramount + series MAYOR OF KINGSTOWN. Photo Cr: Dennis P. Mong Jr./Paramount + © 2022 Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved. Mayor of Kingstown and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. /

6. Mayor Of Kingstown

The star power of Jeremy Renner highlights this compelling drama. He plays Mike McCluskey, whose family dominates the small Michigan town of Kingstown. When his older brother is killed, Mike has to become the de facto "mayor" of this town, meaning he has to navigate the politics of street gangs, cops and the local prison.

The show has a good supporting cast, including Oscar-winner Dianne Weist as Renner's mother, and explores the inequality of modern American life. With a third season ordered, putting it on Netflix would be a good way to showcase the series and Renner's performance making it a standout drama.