Named as a successor to Breaking Bad in its approach to storytelling, Bloodline is a superb series about a contemporary American family and the secrets it hides. After the black sheep son, Danny, returns to the family, he threatens to expose these secrets. The family is torn between protecting themselves and trying to take him back.
Bloodline is undeniably slow-burning, so it might take a bit of patience at first, but once you get used to the rhythm, and find yourself more comfortable with the Florida Keys, the payoff is hot fire. It waits for you to be comfortable to make you uncomfortable, so to speak. And in the way it manages to be very authentic, and put off series clichés to come up with a believable storyline.