According to IMDB, these are the top 10 thriller series of all time

According to IMDB, these are the top 10 thriller series of all time ...

Who doesn't like a good thriller? A TV series that hooks you at the end of each episode, almost requiring you to watch another episode immediately, so you can learn more about previous successes, like Ray Donovan's entire series in October.

Although we spend hours arguing with our friends about which series is better than the other, IMDB has provided us with the definitive ten best thriller television series of all time.

Narcos - 8.7

Narcos deserves a lot of credit because it gave Pedro Pascal the chance to shine in a leading role and surrounded him with other exceptional actors, including Wagner Moura, Boyd Holbrook, and Paulina Gaitan. The program ran for three seasons, documenting the criminal activities of legendary Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar and the other drug lords active during this time.

Netflix's enormous success was matched by a phenomenal third season last year, which is considered the 65th best TV series ever created by IMDB.

Black Mirror - 8.7

Charlie Brooker, the creator of the series and the author of the majority of episodes, has proved to the world that he is one of the most creative people in the television industry. The anthology series investigates the dangers of technology in which humanity's greatest innovations and worst instincts collide.

Daniel Kaluuya, Jon Hamm, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Hayley Atwell are just a few of the most well-known actors in the series' five seasons. According to IMDB, the series is the 64th greatest TV series of all time.

Fargo - 8.9

When the TV series Fargo was first announced, many were concerned that it would tarnish the reputation of the popular Coen Brothers film. Those worries were quickly dissected when the first season premiered, attracting fans with its outstanding performances, quirky characters, and compelling plot.

To date, four series have been released, starring a host of A-list actors, including Martin Freeman, Patrick Wilson, Ewan McGregor, and Chris Rock. Juno Temple, Jon Hamm, and Joe Keery are expected to play in the upcoming fifth season of the anthology series, which will continue that tradition. Fargo is the 39th best TV series of all time, according to IMDB.

True Detective - 8.9

True Detective is credited by many for revealing to A-list actors the true potential of television. The first series, which featured the incredible Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, was a revelation that utilized its twist-filled plot and multilayered performances to attract a large following.

Both the second and third seasons failed to recapture the original charm, but each is enjoyable in its own right, and there's still good hope that the fourth season, directed by Jodie Foster, will continue to develop the same tension-filled, gripping narrative as the first.

Game Of Thrones - 9.2

The underwhelming final season left a sour taste in fans' mouths, yet Game Of Thrones' overall quality cannot be overstated. The series, which followed nine noble families fighting for control of Westeros while an ancient enemy resurfaces and attacks, won 59 Emmys and transformed its little-known cast into household names.

Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harrington, and Sophie Turner became household names in the wake of the program, all going on to star in big films, including The Eternals, Solo: A Star Wars Story, and X-Men: Dark Phoenix. According to IMDB, the show is the thirteenth best TV series of all time.

The Sopranos - 9.2

The Sopranos' quality is perhaps no greater accomplishment than the fact that the program has stood the test of time. It is still talked about to this day, and, though it did not have the technology or money that would accompany today's streaming services, it is considered to be the tenth best TV series of all time by the IMDB.

The Sopranos followed Tony Soprano (the late James Gandolfini), a mob boss who sought to jutulate his personal and professional lives, a task so daunting that he must seek professional psychiatric treatment. The program won 21 Emmys and demonstrated how powerful and gripping a TV series might be.

The Wire - 9.3

The Wire is a television show with a cast that is as diverse as Dominic West, Lance Reddick, Wendell Pierce, and Idris Elba, to name just a few. This is just one of many reasons why the show is considered the sixth best TV series of all time by IMDB.

The Wire gave viewers an in-depth look at the Baltimore drug scene through the eyes of drug dealers and law enforcement. A must-see for those who enjoy crime dramas

Chernobyl - 9.3

Chernobyl is the sixth greatest show on the planet to air in 2019, following the Chernobyl disaster in April 1986. According to the IMDB, the series made a huge impression.

Chernobyl is a timeless mini-series, starring Jessie Buckley, Jared Harris, and Stellan Skarsgard, who all received an Emmy for their performances.

Band Of Brothers - 9.4

Band Of Brothers is a remarkable TV series. Featuring Damian Lewis, Scott Grimes, and Ron Livingston, the series featured an in-depth look at the US Army 101st division's mission during World War II, ranging from Operation Overlord to V-J Day.

The series was praised for its incredible accurate and realistic portrayal of conflict, never shying away from the often terrible details about what the soldiers endured. Many similarities were drawn between the series and Spielberg's critically acclaimed Saving Private Ryan.

Breaking Bad - 9.4

Is anyone surprised that Breaking Bad is considered to be the best thriller TV series of all time? According to IMDB, the series is the second best television series of all time, and it's easy to see why. The plot is intricate and extremely detailed, depicting Walter White's rise from a desperate family man to power-seeking drug lord Heisenberg.

The tension between Walt and Jessie is one of the most fascinating dynamics ever introduced to film. This is why Better Call Saul, which is now in its sixth and final season, is regarded in the same way as Breaking Bad. Unless you've been living under a rock, you've probably already seen Walter White's terrible, tragic journey, but no series has ever merited a rewatch.