5 Drama Series Pisces Would Love(& 5 They Would Hate)

Pisces feel emotions intensely. Here are five drama TV series people born under this zodiac sign should love, along with five they should hate.

5 Drama Series Pisces Would Love(& 5 They Would Hate)

Pisces individuals are known for being some of the most intuitive and creative of all. Of all the signs, they can be extremely in-tune with their inner worlds and they often feel out of touch with what’s going on around them, almost as if they don’t belong. They are also compassionate and emotionally driven people.

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Because of this, the drama genre would appeal to them in many ways but this doesn't mean they would love them all the same. Here are some drama television series that Pisces would particularly love, along with some they wouldn’t enjoy too much.

10 Love: Euphoria

Because of the empathy that most Pisces have in spades, they would definitely enjoy many drama series that are more about the struggles the main characters are facing.

They would also like the intense, dream-like atmosphere of Euphoria, along with the series' themes of intense attachment as the cast tries to learn how to cope with trauma and mental illness. This would definitely be an engaging watch for this sign.

9 Hate: Game Of Thrones

While Game of Thrones might be a fantasy series, it is also so compelling because of the characters and the interpersonal drama between all of them.

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While some of these relationships might be interesting to the Pisces, the cruel world of Westeros that lacks compassion and sensitivity would likely get under their skin. They are too romantic for this kind of series.

8 Love: Sharp Objects

While it’s true that Pisces can be extremely empathetic and therefore sensitive, this doesn’t mean they are soft flowers who don’t like anything dark.

In fact, because they tend to be prone to melancholy, Pisces can enjoy many things that have a darker subject matter. The disturbing aesthetic of Sharp Objects is what would make this series most appealing to them.

7 Hate: Big Little Lies

Big Little Lies is a compelling drama with a cast of rather believable but interesting characters. While this might make it seem like it would appeal to a Pisces, the world is a little too grounded and simplistic for most people with this sign.

They tend to enjoy things that are a little more mystical or romantic in one way or another, and Big Little Lies has none of that.

6 Love: Hannibal

Hannibal is another dark dramatic series that deals with lots of murder and gore. But, it’s also a series that is particularly known for its dream-like sequences and magical realism moments.

Pisces would love how emotionally driven the story is and how it’s centered on metaphors and themes of connection. They would likely relate to many of the characters who also seem like they live in a world they’ve never quite fit into.

5 Hate: Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad might be one of the most popular series ever, but it’s not one that many Pisces people are prone to love. The gritty, pessimistic worldview of the series and the actions of the main characters would likely annoy and trouble the more sensitive and impressionable Pisces.

They would feel too much empathy and not find this show a good source of escapism or an interesting enough philosophical study.

4 Love: This Is Us

This Is Us is a dramatic television show with a more simple premise, but it has many moments that a lot of people can relate to. The series follows one family throughout various moments in their lives and goes back and forth through time to weave its narrative.

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Pisces sun sign person would likely enjoy This Is Us's storytelling method as it’s less linear and more realistic to how life and memory really work together.

3 Hate: The Handmaid’s Tale

The Handmaid’s Tale is part drama and part dystopian tale, and it’s extremely depressing and traumatic. While many Pisces do enjoy stories that are more imaginative or that don’t take place in our real world, they tend to enjoy stories like this when they have a more hopeful tone and don't’ remind them too much of the stress of their real lives.

The Handmaid's Tale is too depressing of a show to recommend to people who fall under the Pisces sign.

2 Love: Killing Eve

Killing Eve is a show that has some similarities to Hannibal, so it’s not surprising that a Pisces would enjoy it. It’s another drama series with great aesthetic moments, especially certain outfits, and is also about toxic relationships that are rather unusual.

As people that feel very deeply and often connect with others in ways that don’t seem easy to understand, the series would make sense to the Pisces personality type.

1 Hate: The Crown

The Crown is a fictional telling of real-life events, and while the aesthetic elements might be somewhat appealing to a Pisces, the slow-moving pace and practical drama might not be too appealing.

While certainly an engaging and well-made show, it might not have the drama, romance, or imagination that a Pisces would be looking for when picking a drama series to watch. Plus, with so many issues that connect to current world affairs, it could be a bit stressful for some people with this sun sign.

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Horror movies use a number of tactics to scare audiences, but some of the best only need to rely on a single location.

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Nothing is scarier than having nowhere to run. Whether a deranged killer is let loose in a locked building or forces like ghosts, aliens or sharks want to consume a helpless victim, horror films sure love locking people in one solitary place. It’s a trope as old as the genre itself, keeping audiences on their toes as they watch the likes of Sigourney Weaver or Daniel Kaluuya figure out a way to escape their captors.

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These are the horror films that make our current age of social distancing and isolation seem like a cakewalk. For those stuck at home in need of a good scare, these are the ten best horror films set in a single location.

10 The Cabin In The Woods (2012)

What’s better than one horror movie trope? How about all of them? Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon delivered this tongue-in-cheek send up to all those cheesy horror films of yesteryear.

A few college students head to a remote cabin in a forest, only to realize that dozens of different types of monsters are after them, thanks to two technicians engineering the whole thing. For those who are tired of the same old horror films and the same tired tricks, is the perfect thing to invigorate a stale genre.

9 Funny Games (1997)

Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke directed this home-invasion thriller in 1997 and has gained a considerable amount of controversy thanks to it. Two men break into a home and decide to hold a family hostage, subjecting each member to sadistic “games” that act as torture. Meant as a commentary on violence in the media, this film proved to be too intense for viewers, garnering criticism for what some perceived as “torture porn.”

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While the film is far from comfortable viewing, it is an engrossing and nihilistic approach to filmmaking. Haneke would also remake this film in 2007 with an American cast, further amplifying his vision and commentary on society.

8 Murder Party (2007)

Nothing is worse than getting invited to the wrong party, especially if that party is planning to kill someone as an art project. Jeremy Saulnier (who is a modern horror maestro) delivered his first true feature with this bizarre picture. A loner named Christopher is invited to a costume party called a “Murder Party.” Unfortunately, he realizes that the name carries more weight than he thought.

Shot on a small budget, Murder Party makes use of its claustrophobic atmosphere and really aims to make the viewers uncomfortable. This is one party nobody will be able to forget.

7 Dogtooth (2009)

Director Yorgos Lanthimos is known for his psychological approach to genre filmmaking, using more proactive ideals among familiar genres like dark comedies. Dogtooth, his third feature, is something else entirely.

Set in a large compound, three adult siblings live at home with their parents who have not allowed them to leave the house. They are “educated” on the outside world, being told horrifying things to discourage leaving. The film gets increasingly more disturbing as the relationship between the siblings and their parents become more and more blurred. It’s definitely not for everyone though its’ a highly rewarding watch.

6 Green Room (2016)

What’s worse than a gig getting canceled? Probably a new gig full of murderous, neo-Nazi skinheads, as the fictional band the Ain't Rights had to learn. Murder Party’s Saulnier directs this horror-thriller about a punk band on the hunt from skinheads.

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Green Room is a tense and violent film that oozes so much style. It also features a great soundtrack full of punk classics and one of the greatest Creedence Clearwater Revival songs in the end credits. It also features the last performance from Anton Yelchin and a truly chilling performance from Patrick Stewart.

5 Midsommar (2019)

Sweden seems nice, right? Of course, it might be for anyone who does not attend a midsummer festival that occurs every 90 years.

Ari Aster’s was one of the scariest films of 2019, with shots evoking films like The Devils and The Wicker Man. Its use of a pagan cult in broad daylight was a unique choice, to make sure no one felt safe watching this film. It also doubles as an interesting allegory for toxic relationships, adding another layer to its themes of feeling trapped by tradition.

4 Alien (1979)

As the old saying goes, “in space, no one can hear you scream.” It’s one thing to try and outrun a monster; it’s another to try and outrun somthing that’s stuck in the same place as you while hurtling through space. Ridley Scott’s 1979 is among the finest science-fiction films ever, providing some great atmosphere and terror.

At the center of it all is Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley, on the run from the deadly Xenomorph. It’s a truly terrifying dynamic.

3 Get Out (2017)

Sure, aliens are scary, but what about racists? Jordan Peele’s debut feature is one of the most exciting and boldest horror films in recent memory, tackling issues of microaggressions and white privilege while providing classic thrills on par with the likes of Alfred Hitchcock.

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Taking place in an upstate New York home, the film sees Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) uncovers horrible secrets when he visits his white girlfriend's parents. Peele’s first foray into horror filmmaking is a modern classic, kickstarting one of the best horror careers in recent memory.

2 The Shining (1980)

Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of Stephen King’s iconic novel is a classic. Every shot is iconic and has been cemented into the brains of film fans for almost four decades now. It’s the story of cabin fever and the supernatural, bolstered by Kubrick’s direction and the performances of Jack Nicholson and Shelly Duvall.

The Overlook Hotel is a monster itself, consuming those who dare investigate its haunted halls and making isolation feel like a death sentence. It’s often considered one of the most terrifying film experiences ever.

1 The Thing (1982)

John Carpenter’s 1982 classic, , will make anyone distrust their roommates. After an extraterrestrial being is able to take the shape of any living being, a bunch of researchers in Antarctica find themselves unable to trust each other.

While the film is popular for its grotesque special effects, it’s the tension that really makes it. The distrust among the crew in an isolated research center drives the drama, even until the very end. There is no film that perfectly captures what isolation can do to a group of people more than The Thing.

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