What to watch when you've finished 'Jessica Jones'Already rattled through the investigative adventures of Netflix's latest Marvel superhero? Here are our picks of what to try next.
Already finished Jessica Jones on Netflix and now you're desperate for more? Here are our picks of what to try next. First an obvious pick in Jessica Jones's Netflix stable mate Daredevil. The debut collaboration between Marvel and Netflix. Daredevil is set in the same gritty violent world as Jessica Jones. But is more of a traditional crime fighting show with some glorious action set pieces. Like Jessica Jones, Fringe is a cult show with a no nonsense lead. This time special agent Olivia Dunham, played by Anna Torv. Co-created by J.J. Abrams, Fringe follows an FBI team investigating weird or supernatural mysteries, drawing on classics like The X Files, Lost, and The Twilight Zone. Jessica Jones ventures into dark, psychological territory. And if you enjoy that aspect, track down The Killing. This moody Danish crime thriller was treated to a US remake. But it's worth searching out the original for the inimitable Sofie Grabol, who steals the show as tough as nails investigator Sarah Lund. If Jessica Jones wasn't manipulative villain [UNKNOWN] Grace gave you chills you may be seduced by Hannibal. This surreal and very gory series won't suit every appetite but plates up three seasons of [UNKNOWN] and [UNKNOWN] Hannibal and his relationship with a troubled FBI agent. 1955's Kiss Me Deadly is at the roots of the noir tradition that Jessica Jones taps into. Directed by uncompromising author Robert Aldrich, this brutal thriller follows the hard-hitting Mike Hammer, in a search for a mysterious glowing briefcase. Finally, if Jessica Jones was feeling a bit bleak, check out Veronica Mars, the lighter-toned coat-tail of a teenage detective out to solve the murder of her best friend. The show starring the enigmatic Kristen Bell as Veronica herself, ran for three seasons and a crowd funded movie. That should be plenty to keep you going for now but we got more viewing suggestions and loads more to see at cnet.com, so check it out.