7 Shows Like Alba You Must See

Here are 7 shows like Alba, people who like Alba should not miss these shows. We know today a big lump of TV and Movie programs on Amazon. Netflix is also in the crime and thriller genre. Twists and twirls of crime show intrigue us all with the genre. After much tension, anxiety, anger, fear, confusion, and a lot of bated breadth of excitement, we come across a startling twist. Then the pressure is discharged in a feeling of ecstasy, leaving us on a moral standing with justice well served. Maybe understanding crime appeals to our survival tendency.

Despite being a massively lengthened series, Alba kept the viewers engaged for the most part. The show’s most significant asset was its storyline, which trumps the notion by a decent perimeter. So for those who have already enjoyed watching Alba and are in search of something similar to that, we have got you a list!

1. Unbelievable

  • Genre – True Crime; Drama
  • Release year –2019
  • Seasons – 1
  • Ratings– 8.4/10 IMDb

Unbelievable is an eight-episode limited series that tells the tremendous true story of a young woman named Marie (played by Kaitlyn Dever), who told the police she was raped. Still, the police told her she wasn’t. Later the entry of two female detectives helps her to reveal the truth. Unbelievable’s unique performances make it worth it. Incredible shows us the accurate crime beats by changing its gaze to survivors of abuse telling their stories with compassion and sincerity.

2. Making A Murderer

Making A Murderer
Making A Murderer
  • Genre-True crime; Documentary
  • Release year- 2015, 2018
  • Seasons- 2
  • Ratings-8.6/10 IMDb

The primetime Emmy award-winning crime documentary television series Making Murderer tells the real story of the case of Steven Avery. He was charged and then convicted for the murder of photographer Teresa Halbach, alongside his nephew Brendan Dassey, just a few years after being released from prison for a criminal sexual assault conviction.

The first series investigates issues and clashing interests inside the police force. The second series deals with the consequence of the documentary itself and how the velocity created in the case by the extreme media attention influenced Avery’s and Dassey’s efforts to reverse their beliefs.

3. Guilt 

  • Genre- Mystery, Thriller drama
  • Release year- 2019- present
  • Seasons- 2
  • Ratings- 7.3/10 IMDb

Two brothers accidentally run over and kill an older man. Despite wrapping their traces, their lives begin to fall apart when neighbours and relatives of the dead man begin to doubt how he died—modern thriller. Brilliantly cast with lots of twists and twirls that make Guilt a must-watch.

4. Lies And Deceit

Lies And Deceit
Lies And Deceit
  • Genre- Thriller; Drama; Mystery
  • Release year- 2020
  • Seasons- 1
  • Ratings – 6.4/10 IMDb

Lies and Deceit, aka Mentiras, a Spanish mystery thriller, is a remake of the British series Liar. Curro Novellas has directed and penned the screenplay. The show stars Ángela Cremonte as Laura Munar and Javier Rey as Xavier Vera in the lead roles. A literature teacher strives for justice against a surgeon she claims acquaintance raped her. At the same time, he fiercely denies her accounts of the encounter. If you loved watching Alba, then Lies and Deceit is a must-watch.

5. Big Little Lies

Big Little Lies
Big Little Lies
  • Genre- Drama, Mystery, Black comedy
  • Release year-  2017
  • Seasons- 2
  • Ratings- 8.5 IMDb

Based on Liane Moriarty’s bestseller, this provocative, darkly comedic drama series tells the story of three mothers of first-graders whose perfect lives are shattered when a murder takes place in their idyllic town, untangle to the point of murder when a single mother moves to their quaint California beach town. Big Little Lies takes us on a fantastic trek with its sentimental and exciting storyline.

6. Rectify

  • Genre- Tragedy, legal drama
  • Release year-2013, 2016
  • Seasons- 4
  • Ratings – 8.3/10 IMDb

It’s a slow-burn Southern Gothic reflection on liberty, justice, and identity. The acting is outstanding throughout. If you have high patience for slow-burn shows, then I think you would love this show. Like Sundance’s other recent dramas, Rectify moves at its speed, exciting and edge of the seat. It tells the story of Daniel Holden, who was imprisoned as a teenager for the rape and murder of his ladylove and is released from prison almost 20 years later, disrupting the lives of his home.

7. I May Destroy You 

I May Destroy You 
I May Destroy You 
  • Genre- Dark comedy, psychological drama
  • Release year– 2020
  • Seasons-1
  • Ratings– 8.1/10 IMDb

Like in Shakespeare’s stories, the characters in I May Destroy You are as tricky as all human beings are in real life., I May Destroy You,’ Coel’s wild-eyed inquiry of collision and its numerous wave consequences, follows Arabella (Coel), a London writer, after a party night in which she’s drugged and assaulted by a stranger. At first, she ignores the uncertain memory as just a disturbing image in her head.

Coel is unceasingly relentless but just about her creations, including Arabella herself, showing how they can unwittingly contribute to their downfall.

You can watch Netflix.

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