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The 20 Best TV Crime Shows of the 21st Century, Ranked
We rank the greatest series of the past two decades that follow legendary rule-breakers, complicated detectives and the outer limits of human nature.
By Ben Travers, Hanh Nguyen, Liz Shannon Miller, Steve Greene

As long as humans have been passing down stories, those tales have included our capacity to transgress against each other. It’s a tradition literally as old as the Bible.

And beyond documenting how people break the rules that govern our evolving notions of society, we’re constantly fascinated by those charged with righting those wrongs. Whether it follows the detectives who investigate those crimes, those within the judicial system who determine the proper level of punishment, or the friends and family members left in the wake of these actions, this process has become the cornerstone of many of cultural touchstones.

On the TV side, for the better part of two decades when the antihero has reigned supreme, that trend is as prevalent as ever. For every harrowing situation that asks an audience “How would you react in this situation?” there are often dire consequences. There’s no simpler way to raise the stakes than by plunging characters into a situation where they or someone in their orbit have broken the law.

So to honor some of the best television of this young century, we’ve gathered twenty series that best chart this cycle of rise, fall and consequence. Sometimes, the criminals are our heroes. Sometimes, it’s hard to tell who the show is fighting for.

5. Veronica Mars


“Veronica Mars” might have started the way a lot of crime stories do — with the death of a young woman — but it quickly found its own voice, and the compelling teen detective drama was far more grown-up than people might have originally assumed. Season 1, which followed plucky Veronica (Kristen Bell) as she tried to figure out who murdered her best friend, while also helping out her fellow students with their various problems, is perhaps one of the few existing examples of a perfect season of television. Seasons 2 and 3, focusing on different crimes, never quite lived up to it, but the show was consistently brilliant at balancing hardcore crime with a fun noir edge. — LSM

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Bad Moms (2016)

Just saw this movie last week and i really liked it. To be honest the trailer is way more funnier than the actual movie. It was a good movie and maybe one of the best movies this year, but i wasn’t that big of a fan. I’m just not into this whole trend of “let’s put a bunch of famous people in one movie and have them act all out of control”.

The movie is obviously about three moms that are overwhelmed with their day to day duties as….moms. Mila Kunis plays Amy, a very busy career driven woman who is sick of always trying to be perfect. I reallz liked her character and i think she did okay. Kristen Bell plays Kiki a moms that’s all about her kids and doesn’t have any social life outside of her home. Kathryn Hahn plays Carla a single mom who is all about having fun. As you can image these three women get together and start partying and get into all sorts of situations. Not very original.

If you wanna watch a fun, carefree movie then this is the one for you. Please don’t forget to tell me your opinions and have fun ! :)