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From fascinating documentaries to acclaimed TV series the streaming services have fully exploited the subject of the drug. While there is a vast collection of such shows and movies here are the top 3 rated TV shows by IMBD. You can start from these 3 options:

1. Breaking Bad(2008-2013):

A high school chemistry teacher is diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer, who later become one of the best blue meth manufacturers in the U.S with his student from school is what lies at the epicentre of the show. In the process, blue meth becomes a major addiction for ‘The Heisenberg’, who do not want to look a step back even when the situation becomes normal in his life. Thus, drugs do not become an addiction for the young drug addicts who cannot live without consuming it but also for Heisenberg.

Total Seasons: 5
Total Episodes: 62
Duration: 49 minutes each
IMBD Ratings: 9.5

2. The Wire (2002-2008):

Set in the city of Baltimore, the show depicts the food chain of drug dealers from junkies to dealers and from cops to politicians. The city represents US war on drugs and how the urban life decays with drugs, an important part of their lives, with the influencing role of politicians, media and everyday citizens.

Total Seasons: 5
Total Episodes: 60
Duration: 59 minutes each
IMBD Ratings: 9.3

3. Narcos (2015-2017):

The show depicts the real-life story of how cocaine drug cartels actually spread and grew not just in the US but across the globe. It showcases how the law enforcement agencies like U.S DEA deals with these cartels and actually bring them down through a mission in California.

Total Seasons: 3
Total Episodes: 30
Duration: 49 minutes each
IMBD Ratings: 8.8

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Author- Neha Wadhwa

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