10 TV Shows like Beef you must watch

By Louie Fecou
Published: April 26, 2023 (Last updated: January 10, 2024)
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We discuss 10 TV Shows like Beef you must watch. Add these well-recommended series to your watch list. 

Road rage is real.

If you drive anywhere that has the unfortunate circumstance of allowing other people to do the same, there is a chance that you have experienced it at some level.

So Beef follows the story of two strangers with enough going on who go to dangerous places when their near-miss car accident sparks a vicious vendetta between them.

The show is streaming on Netflix, and with such an interesting premise, we have produced a list of 10 series similar to Beef.

10 TV Shows like Beef

The Resort (2022)

Married couple Emma and Noah are on the Mayan Riviera as the two try to save their marriage and love for each other. However, the pair are pulled into a fifteen-year-old mystery of two people who went missing in the area and must work together to survive.

Black comedy and an investable couple put this on our list.

The Flight Attendant (2020)

Based on a book by Chris Bohjalian, alcoholic fight attendant Cassandra wakes up, hungover, and next to a corpse, we’ve all been there, then makes a sharp exit trying to avoid the drama, but of course, it’s not that easy.

When the feds get involved, she starts to doubt what is real and what is fantasy, and this bizarre story begins to weave in and around itself.

The tone is similar to Beef, so check it out.

The End of the F***ing World (2017)

This crazed teen drama is based on the comics of the same name and has a dark comedic premise to it.

Young outsider and potential psychopathic killer James plans to embrace his tendencies by murdering his classmate Alyssa, but instead, they end up on a road trip.

Violent, crazed, and often hilarious, this is another that is welcome on the list.

Insatiable (2018)

Here’s another series about revenge and rage that fans of Beef will certainly enjoy.

Patty has been bullied for her weight as a child and makes plans to retaliate against her enemies.

The humor is once again present and masks the intense anger hidden inside Patty.

There are some tremendous cinematographic moments, so this is definitely binge-worthy.

Dead to Me (2019)

This black comedy focuses more on human nature and the effects of loss and grief.

Jen finds herself suddenly widowed and trying to solve her husband’s murder.

At a grief support group, she meets the saccharine-laced Judy, and they become friends.

This will keep you guessing as the secrets start to unfold, and everyone seems to have an agenda.

The Righteous Gemstones (2017)

Televangelists, you’ve got to be suspicious, and this comedic masterpiece also masks a dark and sinister undercurrent of unethical activity and damaging ambition.

With themes of revenge and out-of-control feuds, this is a master class of backstabbing double dealings, heavy on the absurd and similar in tone to Beef.

Barry (2018)

Barry is a hitman that finds himself in an acting class, trying to escape his murderous occupation.

Barry tries to juggle two “careers,” and of course, chaos ensues.

The Bear (2022)

The Bear takes place in a pressure cooker of a small business, and the ambitions that new owner Carny has in turning his deceased brother’s sandwich shop into a thriving property will leave you as tense and anxious as you are watching Beef.

The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window (2022)

The title alone here should give you an insight into this bizarre and meta show that pretty much parodies every trope and cliché that you would find in those suburban thrillers. Issue laden protagonist sees something disturbing, but nobody believes them.

Killing Eve (2018)

I remember when everyone was talking about this BBC show. It was the epitome of a water cooler series, and it seemed the show managed to capture a huge cross-section of the viewing public.

The series is based on Luke Jennings’ Villanelle series of novels and stars Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri, an analyst with MI5 in a cat-and-mouse game with the ruthless assassin Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer.

The chase becomes all-consuming, with the two women losing control of their lives as their rivalry threatens to destroy their lives.

Do you have any other recommendations for TV Shows like Beef? Let us know in the comments below.

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