Loved "Money Heist”? These 5 shows are just as gripping:

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1. Breaking bad

  In Money Heist, the Professor keeps his real identity hidden as long as he can just like Bryan Cranston's Walter White in AMC's Breaking Bad. The series is about a high school chemistry teacher, Walter, who after getting diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer turns to cooking and selling meth with the help of Aaron Paul's Jessie Pinkman in an effort to secure his family's financial future.

2. Body Gard


   Starring Game of Thrones's Richard Mardsen, Bodyguard is a political thriller about David Budd, a bodyguard who is tasked with protecting British home secretary Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes). In the beginning, the six-part series appears to be about Budd and Montague's relationship, but the themes of terrorism and corruption among the secret service and police eventually begin to unfold.

3. Narcos


   Starring Game of Thrones's Richard Mardsen, Bodyguard is a political thriller about David Budd, a bodyguard who is tasked with protecting British home secretary Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes). In the beginning, the six-part series appears to be about Budd and Montague's relationship, but the themes of terrorism and corruption among the secret service and police eventually begin to unfold.

4. Prison break


   A main storyline in Money Heist is the relationship between The Professor and Inspector Raquel Murillo. The two have this cat and mouse game that becomes very personal. That chase is very apparent between Inspector Mahone (William Fichtner) and Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) in Prison Break. The show tells the story of Lincoln "Linc" Burrows (Dominic Purcell), an innocent man sent to death row while his brother, Miller's character, tries to rescue him by getting himself sent to the same prison.

5. Ozark


   Ozark is a show molded in the vein of Breaking Bad: A man who lives a previously ordinary life gets pulled into a criminal underworld only to find he's not too bad at navigating it. Instead of being a teacher like Breaking Bad's Walter White, Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) is an accountant who occasionally does the books for a Mexican drug lord. When things with this high-stakes client go haywire, Marty is forced to move to his family to the Missouri Ozarks and launder money for the cartel. His wife, Wendy (Laura Linney) rises to becomes his partner-in-crime (literally). As the show goes on, the comparisons to Breaking Bad wear out–and Ozark stands alone as its own twisty crime drama.

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