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5 Best Outrageously Violent TV Shows

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Gruesomely violent scenes from television shows are one of the most satisfying things for many adults, because not only it is an indication that nobody is gonna be talking in poems in the show, but it also satisfied that part of our brain, which just wants to take a bat and go down on some piñata looking schmuck. So, today we have listed the 10 best outrageously violent TV shows that you can binge-watch right now and satisfy that part of your brain that just wants to see some gory imagery.

Ash vs Evil Dead (Starz & Prime Video Add-On)

Ash vs Evil Dead
Credit – Starz

If a series is the continuation of Sam Raimi’s wildly gory Evil franchise, then the series will be definitely as gory and as goofy as possible. Created by Sam and Ivan Raimi, the Starz sequel series is titled Ash vs Evil Dead, and it continues the story of Ash thirty years after the events of the Evil Dead trilogy. Ash’s life is not going great as he lives in a trailer and drinks himself to sleep every night but he is called to be a hero once again when the deadlines come back to destroy the world once again. In this quest, he is joined by Pablo and Kelly. Ash vs Evil Dead stars Bruce Campbell in the lead role with Ray Santiago and Dana DeLorenzo starring in supporting roles.

The Boys (Prime Video)

The Boys
Credit – Prime Video

There are no exact words that can describe the level of goriness you will find in Prime Video’s unorthodox superhero series. Based on a comic book series of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, the superhero series revolves around a group of vigilantes called The Boys who go up against the world’s most powerful superhero team called The Seven. While the whole of humanity thinks that The Seven are good, The Boys know the truth behind the facade. Created by Eric Kripke, The Boys stars Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Jack Quaid, Erin Moriarty, Chace Crawford, and many more.

Hannibal (Prime Video, AMC+, Pluto TV & Tubi)

Best Outrageously Violent TV Shows
Credit – NBC

Hannibal is one of the most surprising series on this list because it is a Network series that had to adhere to many regulations but still, it has some of the most haunting and beautiful violence you will ever see in a television series. Starring Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelsen in the lead roles, the NBC series is based on the characters by Thomas Harris and it revolves around an FBI profiler Will Graham, who is called back on the field to catch a notorious serial killer, but because of his psychological issues he needs the help of a therapist which he finds in Dr. Hannibal Lecter. What Will doesn’t know is that Hannibal is one of the most dangerous serial killers of all time.

Peacemaker (Max & Prime Video Add-On)

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Credit – Max

Peacemaker is one of the most violent and gruesome series on this list but all of the violence doesn’t feel as jarring for the fans who watched James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, who also created the series. Starring John Cena in the lead role, the DC series is set after the events of the 2021 film The Suicide Squad and it revolves around the anti-hero named Peacemaker, who continues to work for Amanda Waller to stay out of prison. Peacemaker is violent, but the humor of this series is the highlight and the good news is that a second season is coming even after the death of DCEU.

Preacher (AMC+ & Prime Video Add-On)

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Credit – AMC

Preacher has a similar tone to The Boys and Peacemaker, but a wildly different concept that religious people will be offended by. Based on a comic book series of the same name by Garth Ennis ( one of the creators of The Boys) and Steve Dillon, the series revolves around a preacher with a past of being a ruthless outlaw who promised his dying father that he would take over his church. When he gets a mysteriously destructive power and a vampire comes knocking on his front door, he goes on a quest to find god with his ex-girlfriend and the vampire. Preacher stars Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, and Joseph Gilgun in the lead roles.

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