5 TV Shows To Watch On Showtime After Fellow Travelers End

5 TV Shows To Watch On Showtime After Fellow Travelers End
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As unfortunate as it is, everything has to come to an end, and Showtime 's latest Golden Globes-nominated series, Fellow Travelers, is no exception. Of course, we'll all be sitting down after the finale airs on Friday, December 15, but there's a chance you'll want to watch something afterward just to deal with an emotional overload.

Here are the 5 best Showtime TV series to help you unwind after the finale of Fellow Travelers.

Shameless (2011-2021)

This show would be great if you are in the mood for something long, chaotic, and very family-oriented, but full of dark twists and turns. Once you meet the Gallaghers, you will certainly understand what a dysfunctional family really means, and you will find a whole new level of appreciation for those around you.

Homeland (2011-2020)

Starring Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison, a bipolar but highly effective CIA case officer assigned to the Counterterrorism Center, Homeland is a mix of drama, political thriller, and straight-up action pieces. It's fast-paced, it's eventful, it keeps you in a constant state of suspense, and it never lets all its secrets out.

Californication (2007-2014)

Another fun and light-hearted show to watch, if you haven't already. Californication allows viewers to join David Duchovny's character, Hank Moody, as he explores the secret world of Los Angeles, filled with sex, drugs, and rock and roll, with the latter being a recurring theme for references throughout the show.

Penny Dreadful (2014-2016)

Those of the viewers who enjoy fantasy and horror would appreciate the three-season show filled with very well-known characters, creatures, and entities like Victor Frankenstein, Dorian Grey, or even Lucifer himself. The show consists of 27 hour-long episodes, so it won't take too long to finish.

Dexter (2006-2013)

There's nothing like a good, old-fashioned, grimy, violent crime drama to calm you down after something with such emotional weight. In this show, you would join Dexter Morgan, a police technician who dabbles in vigilante killing. He makes sure to satisfy his bloodlust in the most ethical way possible.