Anthony Hemingway directed the upcoming American action television series ‘True Lies’ which is adapted from the 1994 film of the same name.

The plot revolves around a suburban housewife who discovers that her husband who she thought was her computer consultant, is in fact a talented international spy.

Now they’ve to try hard to save both their marriage and the world. Cast members of the upcoming series include Steve Howey, Ginger Gonzaga, Erica Hernandez, Omar Miller, etc. The series is scheduled to be released on Paramount+ and CBS on March 1, 2023.

Following is the list of other TV series to watch while you wait for the first season of ‘True Lies’ to arrive.

10 Must Watch TV Series Like ‘True Lies’:

The Punisher – Number of Seasons: 2

The Punisher
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Steve Lightfoot created this television series which is based on the same Marvel Comics character mentioned. The series is a spin-off of ‘Daredevil’, the first Netflix Marvel series.

The plot revolves around Frank Castle who is desperate to take revenge on some ruthless criminals who are responsible for the death of his family.

American actor Jon Bernthal portrayed Frank Castle in the series. It ran from November 17, 2017, to January 18, 2019, on Netflix.

The Spy – Number of Seasons: 1

The Spy

The plot of this English-language French espionage miniseries revolves around the true spirit of Eli Cohen, Israel’s most prominent spy, who infiltrated the Syrian government in the 1960s.

English actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen shown to Eli Cohen in the series. It was shown on 6 September 2019, at OCS in France and above Netflix internationally.

SEAL Team – Number of Seasons: 6

SEAL team

The plot of this American military drama series takes us to the most dangerous and high-interest missions executed by the elite unit of the Navy SEALs at an opportune moment. He also navigates the tasks that their families undergo because of these assignments.

The series premiered on September 27, 2017, on CBS. The seventh season was renewed in January 2023.

Kaleidoscope – Number of Seasons: 1


Eric Garcia created this dramatic heist miniseries whose plot revolves around an epic $7 billion heist attempted by master thief Leo Pap and his crew.

But things get more complicated when threats like greed and betrayal tend to undermine the plans.

American actor Giancarlo Esposito shown to Leo Pap in the series. It premiered on January 1, 2023, on Netflix.

The Night Manager – Number of Seasons: 1

The Night Manager
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Susanne Bier directed this British television series whose plot centers around luxury hotel night manager and ex-British soldier Jonathan Pine who is recruited by Foreign Office task force manager Angela Burr to infiltrate the -inner circle of secret arms dealer Richard Roper.

Tom Hiddlestonfamous for photos Loki in the MCU, he portrayed Jonathan Pine in the series with Olivia Colman and Hugh Laurie as Angela Burr and Richard Roper. The series ran from 21 February to 27 March 2016.

The Wire – Number of Seasons: 5

The wire

Author and former police reporter David Simon created this crime drama television series whose plot revolves around Detective James McNulty who investigates crimes with the help of his team while trying to solve the bridge between law enforcement agencies and drug lords.

English actor musician director Dominic West shown to McNulty in the series. It lasted from June 2, 2002, to March 9, 2008, on HBO.

Prison Break – Number of Seasons: 5

Prison Break
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Paul Scheuring created this dramatic tv series whose plot revolves around an engineer who plans to save his falsely accused brother from a death sentence by installing himself as a prisoner he himself helped design.

The series ran from August 29, 2005, to May 15, 2009, and was revived from April 4 to May 30, 2017.

Dexter – Number of Seasons: 8


The plot of this crime drama series is centered on a man named Dexter Morgan who had homicidal tendencies and who lives a double life working for the police department as a forensic technician by day and killing abominable criminals in the his free time.

American actor and singer Michael C. Hall portrays the titular Dexter in the series. It ran from October 1, 2006, to September 22, 2013, on Showtime.

The Terminal List – Number of Seasons: 1

The Terminal List

The plot of this action thriller series revolves around James Reece who returns home after his entire platoon of Navy SEALs is captured and discovers that new dark forces are threatening to harm him and -his loved ones.

Chris Pratt portrays the protagonist in the series released on July 1, 2022, on Amazon Prime Video.

The Blacklist – Number of Seasons: 10

The black list

The plot of this crime thriller series centers on a wanted fugitive named Raymond “Red” Reddington who offers to help the FBI catch dangerous criminals in exchange for immunity from jail and the opportunity to work with a new profiler of the FBI.

James Spader portrayed Red in the series which premiered on September 23, 2013, on NBC.