Can't stop thinking about HBO's "Big Little Lies?" Here are some other shows that have the same combination of mystery, passion and intrigue.
"Pretty Little Liars" Entering its final season, "Pretty Little Liars" is arguably the most successful teen crime drama of the last five years. Passionate but sinful love stories such as Ezra and Aria’s make the Freeform series' seven seasons perfect bingeable-material.
"Sharp Objects" Add this one to your calendar for future binge-watching: Also directed by "Big Little Lies'" Jean-Marc Vallée, "Sharp Objects" will debut on HBO later this year. Based on the book of the same name from "Gone Girl" author Gillian Flynn, it tackles murder, psychological twists and small-town scandal, and is sure to be a hit with fans who enjoy this female-centric genre.
"Famous in Love" "Pretty Little Liars" executive producer, Marlene King, takes on her newest project, airing April 18 on Freeform. Following the story of a college student turned movie star, "Famous in Love" takes Hollywood glitter and intertwines it with a mystery.
"13 Reasons Why" Airing on March 31, "13 Reasons Why" will navigate the choppy waters of high school, young love and loss. Based on the bestseller by Jay Asher, this Netflix series will take viewers through the mystery that circled Hannah Baker before she ended her life.
"Riverdale" The characters of The CW's "Riverdale" are based on those from the Archie comics, but the similarities end there. When the idyllic town of Riverdale is shocked by a murder, romantic relationships complicate both the town’s perfect image and the path to finding out what happened.
"How to Get Away with Murder" Currently one of the spiciest shows on television, this Shonda Rhimes gem on ABC combines passion, forbidden love and murder like no other.
"The Vampire Diaries" Add a supernatural aspect to lust, mystery and death, and you’ve got "The Vampire Diaries" on The CW. Revenge and bloodlust drive the story of Elena, Damon and Stefan in Mystic Falls.
"Revenge" Taking place in a beachside, wealthy community, this female-centric ABC drama draws many parallels with "Big Little Lies." From determining who her friends are to reconciling with her past, lone wolf Emily VanCamp can be described as a more sinister Jane (Shailene Woodley) when both characters navigate their respective new towns.
"The Catch" The fast-paced, Shonda Rhimes story of a forensic accountant and her fiancé who happens to be a con, tackles the balance of responsibility of love.
"True Blood" Featuring "Big Little Lies" star Alexander Skarsgård and also airing on HBO, the love story of waitress Sookie Stackhouse and vampire Bill Compton brings trouble and excitement to the small town of Bon Temps, Louisiana.
"The Lying Game" Based on "Pretty Little Liars" author Sara Shepard’s books, "The Lying Game" has the same family secrets, tangled love triangles and excitement of a small, wealthy town.
"Scandal" Another classic ShondaLand show, Olivia, Jake and Fitz portray a glamorous (and unrealistic) and complex portrayal of high-profile Washington life.