Top 10 awesome shows like Live Free or Die! that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Live Free or Die! and you can't get over how good this show was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar shows which are created by the likes of David Goldsmith, Drew Matthews and W. Scott Parker III . Here goes the list -

  1. LARPs
  2. JD Lawrence's Community Service
  3. Fucking Adelaide
  4. The Adventures of Roman and Jorge
  5. The Coffee Translation
  6. That Stupid Cupboard
  7. Feedback
  8. Up at Ours
  9. Youth & Consequences
  10. Ctrl.Alt.Del
  1. LARPs

    LARPs

    Six friends discover how their real lives affect the way they play - and vice versa.

    This show, created by Julian Stamboulieh, Elizabeth Neale and Scott Humphrey, scores 4.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  2. JD Lawrence's Community Service

    JD Lawrence's Community Service

    JD Stevens (JD Lawrence) is a struggling New York actor and playwright that would do almost anything to help a friend in need. His loyalty is put to the test when he agrees to represent his best friend, Sylvester (Buddy Lewis), in traffic court. Things get even more complicated when a simple $25 ticket turns into a sentence of 5,000 hours of community service at the local community center, run by the judge's temperamental uncle, Bishop Nixon (Clifton Powell).

    This show, created by JD Lawrence, JD Lawrence and Sheryl Lee Ralph, scores 4.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  3. Fucking Adelaide

    Fucking Adelaide

    A 6 part series about three close but disparate siblings who reunite in Adelaide. But when they discover their mother is selling their childhood home, their middle class freedoms and sense of security is rocked and they are forced to confront a past that none of them can let go of it.

    This show, created by Sophie Hyde, Kate Box and Tilda Cobham-Hervey, scores 6.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  4. The Adventures of Roman and Jorge

    The Adventures of Roman and Jorge

    This show, created by Greg Elsasser, Greg Elsasser and Dru Morgan, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  5. The Coffee Translation

    The Coffee Translation

    Two roommates drink coffee, reviewing it and also discuss funny and sad situations from their life.

    This show, created by Nikolay Yeriomin, Anton Yevtikhov and Hermann The Refridgerator, scores 2.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  6. That Stupid Cupboard

    That Stupid Cupboard

    After a two year absence, YouTuber and entertainer Louna Maroun makes a comeback to the world of online video only to be interrupted, once again, by her cupboard-dwelling twin sister, Lucy.

    This show, created by Louna Maroun, Louna Maroun and Laneth Sffarlenn, scores 7.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  7. Feedback

    Feedback

    Feedback is a five part Melbourne based comedy about being young, creative, and riddled with self doubt. It follows Edmund (Tom Henry Jones), a suffering writer in self exile from his comfortable family home and Levi (James Morris), a guitarist coming off a long bender to focus on his music. Lucy (Ailie Bellofiore), a nursing student at a crossroads and a concerned sister to Edmund, often gets swept up in their dysfunctional orbit.

    This show, created by Dylan Murphy, Tom Henry Jones and James Morris, scores 7.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  8. Up at Ours

    Up at Ours

    This half-hour comedy/drama that centred on a St. John's boarding house. Verna Ball, played by Mary Walsh, owned the house, and Jack Howse, played by Ray Guy, was her long-standing lodger. Janis Spence played Mrs. O'Mara, who lived next door, and Kevin Noble was Dolph, the myopic driver of the Outport Taxi. Mrs. Ball's boarding house attracted a number of troubled and eccentric characters in a series that trod between humane relationships and comic treatment. Gordon Pinsent (The Shipping News) was featured in one episode as a parish priest who came to St. John's and found his faith tested and reconfirmed in his encounter with two young women, one a boarder at the house and the other another runaway from an outport community. The series was produced in St. John's by Kevin O'Connell, with episodes directed by Walter Learning, Wayne Guzzwell, and O'Connell, and scripts by writers from the Atlantic provinces-- Pinsent, Learning, Gerry Rubia, Michael Cook, and famed Canadian poet Alden Nowlan. A twelve week series, Up At Ours was a rare example of continuing drama produced in a regional CBC centre and that employed a distinctive local milieu.

    This show, created by Wayne Guzzwell, Brian Downey and Ray Guy, scores 6.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

  9. Youth & Consequences

    Youth & Consequences

    At Central Rochester High, a teen girl struggles for power within the school system.

    This show, created by Anya Adams, Anna Akana and Sean Grandillo, scores 7.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

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  10. Ctrl.Alt.Del

    Ctrl.Alt.Del

    CTRL.ALT.DEL is a dark comedy that follows Carson (Gabrielle Christian), a free-spirited girl in her late-twenties who lacks direction in her life. She has no job, no true 'passion' or calling, but she has a solid group of friends, an online Vlog she updates regularly, and a steady boyfriend - though he doesn't quite understand her quarter-life crisis. After landing a job as a casting assistant to entertainment industry titan Aggie Carter (Ash Lendzion), Carson's journey towards self-discovery goes from zero to full-speed almost instantly.

    This show, created by Kendra Doshier, Gabrielle Christian and Ash Lendzion, scores 7.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Comedy

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