Suppose you’re looking for a show that is mysterious, daring, anxiety-driven, and filled with anticipation concerning who is the criminal, or whether the main characters ever find retribution. Then in this article, we will try to shortlist some fantastic miniseries that are available on Netflix, and you can binge-watch. Defending Jacob is an American crime drama TV series based on William Landay’s novel of the same name launched in 2012. The series premiered on 24 April 2020 and concluded on 29 May 2020. The miniseries included eight episodes and got 73% approval ratings based on 60 critics on Rotten Tomatoes. So here are some more Netflix miniseries to watch if you liked Defending Jacob.
Voice in 2017
Voice is a South Korean TV series starring Lee Ha-na and Jang Hyuk. It was released on Saturday and Sunday on OCN from 14 January 2017 to 12 March 2017. Due to the popularity of the show, the creator made Voice 2 in the following year and released the third installment Voice 3 in 2019. The plot of the series revolves around Moo Jin-hyuk played by Jang Hyuk who was a fantastic detective but faltered when his wife gets killed at work. Kang Kwon-Joo played by Lee Ha-na, has a unique ability. Her psychoacoustic ability allows her to be a voice profiler. And while working on a case, her father gets murdered. These two later team up and solve the issue together to find out who killed their loved ones.
The Twelve in 2019
The Twelve is a Flemish language TV series created by Bert Van Dael and Sanne Nuyens, released in 2019. The series stars Zouzou Ben Chikha, Luc De Ruelle, and Souad Bouhatem. The plot of the series revolves around a woman who is accused of the murder of her best friend and young daughter. And the jury needs to find out whether she is guilty or not. During the whole show, the audiences go on a journey of cover-up, corruption, and framed murder. The defendant argues that her case was never adequately investigated, and some wanted to see her behind bars. It is upon the jury who can not put their issues aside and make a decision to either convict or free the defendant.
Mindhunter in 2017
Mindhunter is an American crime thriller TV series created by Joe Penhall and based on an actual crime book written by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker titled Midhunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit. Penhall produces the series along with Charlize Theron and David Fincher. The show was released on 13 October in 2017 on Netflix. The second season was released on 16 August 2019, and the third installment is on hold due to the pandemic COVID-19. The plot of the series revolves around two FBI agents Bill Tench, played by Holt McCallany, and Holden Ford, played by Jonathan Groff. These two develop a new method of tracking and identifying serial killers in the Behavioral Science Unit. They traveled across the country to interview famous killers Charles Manson and Edmund Kemper. Tech and Ford, along with Wendy Carr played by Anna Torv, look for behavioral patterns of criminals to help the victims before it’s too late.