1. First, if you love Schitt's Creek, then watch Derry Girls. Pop / CBC / Netflix Derry Girls is about a group of 16-year-olds and their families as they navigate life in Northern Ireland during the 1990s. Similar to Schitt's Creek, this show is a perfect balance of witty dialogue and pure heart.You can watch Derry Girls on Netflix. 2. If you like Breaking Bad, then binge-watch Peaky Blinders. AMC / Netflix Set in England, Peaky Blinders follows the exploits of the Shelby crime family after WWI. Similar to following Walter White on Breaking Bad, the series follows Tommy Shelby, an antihero you'll find yourself rooting for.You can watch Peaky Blinders on Netflix. 3. If you're obsessed with Brooklyn Nine-Nine, then watch Angie Tribeca. NBC / TBS Starring Rashida Jones and Hayes MacArthur, Angie Tribeca tells the story of Angie, a veteran of the LAPD's RHCU (Really Heinous Crimes Unit). The show was also created by Steve and Nancy Carell. As with Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the ensemble cast is brilliant and finds humor in a police procedural setting.You can watch Angie Tribeca on Hulu. 4. If you adore The Mandalorian, then watch The Expanse. Disney+ / Amazon Prime Based on a series of novels of the same name, The Expanse is set in the future, when humanity has colonized the solar system. The show focuses on a group of antiheroes as they end up at the center of a conspiracy. Similar to The Mandalorian, The Expanse uses science fiction and space to tell some incredible stories about politics and humanity. You can watch The Expanse on Amazon Prime. 5. If you already miss Fleabag, then check out This Way Up. Amazon Prime / Hulu This Way Up follows Áine, a young woman who recently suffered a nervous breakdown. After leaving a rehab center, Áine adjusts to life again with the help of her older sister, Shona. This Way Up has a similar comedic style to Fleabag. Both shows balance heartbreak and humor in a very refreshing way.You can watch This Way Up on Hulu. 6. If you love Game of Thrones, then check out Vikings. HBO / History Inspired by the tales of Ragnar Lothbrok, a notable Norse hero, Vikings tells the story of Ragnar, a farmer who rises to fame after he leads a successful raid into England. The series follows his family and fellow warriors on their adventures. Like Game of Thrones, this series is a monumental period piece. If you enjoyed the massive battle sequences on Game of Thrones, Vikings is the show for you.You can watch Vikings on Hulu. 7. If you like Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, then you'll love Letterkenny. Netflix / Hulu Letterkenny follows Wayne and Daryl, two friends living in the small rural town of Letterkenny, Ontario. Similar to Wet Hot American Summer, the show's hilarious deadpan humor and absurd situations are what make it so great. You can watch Letterkenny on Hulu. 8. If you're obsessed with Superstore, then binge-watch Kim's Convenience. NBC / CBC / Netflix Kim's Convenience follows a Korean-Canadian family as they run a convenience store in Toronto. The series features Simu Liu, who will star in Marvel's Shang-Chi. Like Superstore, Kim's Convenience uses the setting of a store to talk about real issues, especially what it's like to be an immigrant.You can watch Kim's Convenience on Netflix. 9. If you like Jane the Virgin, then binge-watch One Day at a Time. The CW / Netflix / Pop One Day at a Time follows the Alvarez family as they deal with everyday issues together. The show touches upon mental illness, immigration, racism, and LGBTQ issues. Like Jane the Virgin, the importance of family and leaning on the people around you are at the center of this series. You can watch One Day at a Time on Netflix. 10. If you love Dead to Me, then you'll love Workin' Moms. Netflix / CBC Workin' Moms follows a group of friends as they deal with the challenges of being, well, working moms. Like Dead to Me, the show portrays complicated female friendship in a fun and refreshing way.You can watch Workin' Moms on Netflix. 11. If you love Atlanta, then binge-watch Ramy. FX / Hulu Ramy tells the story of a first-generation American Muslim as he explores the challenges of what it's like being caught between being both Muslim and a millennial in America. Similar to Atlanta, the series is a blend of both comedy and drama as it explores a community that is often overlooked.You can watch Ramy on Hulu. 12. If you love Gossip Girl, then you'll fall in love with Elite. The CW / Netflix Elite follows the lives of several students as they attend Las Encinas, an exclusive private school in Spain. Their lives become even more complicated when one of their fellow classmates is murdered. Like Gossip Girl, the series depicts the lives of rich students and how they have more problems than they're letting on.You can watch Elite on Netflix. 13. If you adore Buffy the Vampire Slayer, then check out Wynonna Earp. Warner Bros. / SYFY Based on the comic book series by Beau Smith, Wynonna Earp follows Wyatt Earp's great-great-granddaughter as she battles demons and other creatures inside the Ghost River triangle. Similar to Buffy, Wynonna Earp has a clever take on the "monster of the week" format, but it's the relationships between the characters that make the show extraordinary.You can watch Wynonna Earp on Netflix. 14. If you already miss Orange Is the New Black, then watch Wentworth. Netflix / Showcase Wentworth follows Bea Smith, who has just been sent to prison after being charged with the attempted murder of her husband. Similar to Orange Is the New Black, the series explores the female friendships that form inside prison and the social hierarchy that's in place.You can watch Wentworth on Netflix. 15. If you love Unbelievable, then try Broadchurch. Netflix / ITV Starring David Tennant, Olivia Colman, and Jodie Whittaker, Broadchurch focuses on detectives Alec Hardy and Ellie Miller as they investigate a murder in a small town. Similar to Unbelievable, the series chronicles not only the lives of the detectives, but also the lives of the people who are affected by a tragedy. You can watch Broadchurch on Netflix. 16. If you're obsessed with Lucifer, then watch Good Omens. Netflix / Amazon Prime Based on the novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Good Omens follows the demon Crowley and the angel Aziraphale, who seek to prevent the coming of the antichrist and armageddon. Similar to Lucifer, the series uses these well-known figures to tell new and exciting stories. Both shows are incredibly witty and sincere.You can watch Good Omens on Amazon Prime. 17. If you're obsessed with Succession, then binge-watch The Righteous Gemstones. HBO Created by and starring Danny McBride, The Righteous Gemstones tells the story of the Gemstones, a dysfunctional family of televangelists. Like Succession, complicated family dynamics are at the center of this series.You can watch The Righteous Gemstones on HBO Go and HBO Now. 18. If you adore The X-Files, then watch Evil. Fox / CBS Created by Robert and Michelle King, the creators of The Good Wife, Evil tells the story of a skeptical forensic psychologist, a Catholic seminarian, and a contractor who team up to investigate reported supernatural incidents. Like in X-Files, the dynamics between partners who have opposing viewpoints are what make the series so compelling.You can watch Evil on CBS All Access. 19. If you love The Umbrella Academy, then check out The Boys. Netflix / Amazon Prime Based on the comic book of the same name, The Boys follows a group of vigilantes as they fight against superheroes who are abusing their powers. Similar to The Umbrella Academy, The Boys puts a refreshing spin on the superhero genre as we follow different kinds of heroes.You can watch The Boys on Amazon Prime. 20. If you like Euphoria, then check out Skins. HBO / E4 Skins tells the story of a group of teens living in Bristol, England, as they deal with their everyday lives. The series touches upon family dynamics, mental illness, sexuality, substance abuse, and much more. Like Euphoria, the show isn't afraid to tackle tougher issues that other teen dramas overlook.You can watch Skins on Netflix. 21. If you love Sex Education, then binge-watch The End of the F***ing World. Netflix The End of the F***ing World follows James, who believes he's a psychopath, and Alyssa, who just wants to escape her life, as they embark on a road trip that doesn't go according to plan. Similar to Sex Education, this British dark comedy is so good because of the complex relationships between the young characters.You can watch The End of the F***ing World on Netflix. 22. If you're obsessed with Killing Eve, then check out Hannibal. BBC America / NBC Hannibal focuses on the relationship that forms between FBI investigator Will Graham and Dr. Hannibal Lecter, a forensic psychiatrist who is destined to become Graham's biggest enemy. Like Killing Eve, Hannibal brilliantly showcases a cunning game of cat and mouse that's further complicated by their undeniable fascination with each other.You can watch Hannibal on Amazon Prime. 23. If you're obsessed with The Fosters, then check out Atypical. Freeform / Netflix Atypical tells the story of Sam, a young man who is on the autism spectrum. Throughout the series, Sam searches for love and independence with the help of his friends and family. Like The Fosters, Atypical showcases the compelling dynamics between family members, all while telling important stories.You can watch Atypical on Netflix. 24. If you love The Haunting of Hill House, then it's time to watch Bates Motel. Netflix / A&E Bates Motel is a prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 film Psycho set in the present day. The series depicts the lives of Norman Bates and his mom, Norma. Like The Haunting of Hill House, Bates Motel is easily one of the best horror TV series around. It uses psychological horror to tell a mesmerizing story.You can watch Bates Motel on Netflix. 25. If you love Supernatural, then binge-watch Lost Girl. The CW / Showcase Lost Girl follows the life of Bo, a succubus who learns to control her supernatural abilities in order to help those in need and to discover the truth about herself. Similar to Supernatural, the show dives deep into supernatural lore and fantasy while showcasing complex stories about humanity.You can watch Lost Girl on Netflix. 26. If you're obsessed with Prison Break, then try watching Money Heist/La Casa de Papel. Fox / Netflix Money Heist/La Casa de Papel follows a group of highly trained robbers as they execute a meticulously thought out heist at the Royal Mint of Spain in Madrid. Similar to Prison Break, while compelling action sequences are the basis for the show, the characters and their relationships with each other carry it to incredible heights.You can watch Money Heist/La Casa de Papel on Netflix. 27. If you're obsessed with Outlander, then check out Anne with an E. Starz / Netflix / CBC Based on the beloved novel Anne of Green Gables, Anne with an E follows the adventures of Anne, an orphan girl living in the late 19th century. Similar to Outlander, the show puts a strong female story at the forefront and brilliantly discusses her struggles and joys.You can watch Anne with an E on Netflix. 28. If you adore Downton Abbey, then check out Gentleman Jack. PBS / HBO Based on the coded diaries of Anne Lister, Gentleman Jack tells the story of Anne Lister, a lesbian trailblazer who returns to Halifax, England, in an attempt to transform her family's home, Shibden Hall. Similar to Downton Abbey, the show uses its time period to tell some important and beautiful stories about love, loss, and womanhood.You can watch Gentleman Jack on HBO Go and HBO Now. 29. If you like The Vampire Diaries, then it's time to watch The Magicians. The CW / SYFY The Magicians follows Quentin Coldwater, who is suddenly recruited to Brakebills University, a secret and prestigious school for magicians. He soon learns that the magical world from his favorite childhood books are real and include more danger than he ever dreamed of. Like The Vampire Diaries, the show dives deep into a supernatural and magical world that is extremely alluring. You can watch The Magicians on Netflix. 30. If you're obsessed with This Is Us, you should watch Parenthood. NBC Parenthood revolves around three generations of the Braverman family as they deal with everyday life. Like This Is Us, the show is grounded in the lives of ordinary people with incredibly real problems. Also, Parenthood is another show that will absolutely make you weep during every episode.You can watch Parenthood on Hulu. 31. And finally, if you love 30 Rock, then check out Los Espookys. NBC / HBO Created by Fred Armisen, Ana Fabrega, and Julio Torres, Los Espookys tells the story of a group of friends who turn their love for horror into a peculiar business when they provide horror to people who need it. Similar to 30 Rock, the show's wacky and hilarious brand of comedy is unlike anything else on TV right now.You can watch Los Espookys on HBO Go and HBO Now.