If you like the House of Cards, the story of Frank Underwood, a democrat from the 5th Congressional district of South Carolina, who decides to take revenge on those who betrayed him, then you should definitely try watching the below-mentioned political series. These political dramas will take you to some extreme level of controversies, twists and turns.
The Crown is a ground-breaking web television series about Queen Elizabeth II's reign, developed and written primarily by Peter Morgan, produced for Netflix by Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television. It is inspired by the film The Queen (2006) by Morgan and his play The Audience.
The Netflix series covers the early years of the monarchy of Queen Elizabeth. The show's premise is the power of the Queen, bound by certain limitations, her relationship with the Prime Minister, and the royal family's internal politics.
Scandal is a TV series starring Kerry Washington. It is a popular American political drama. The series is based on Washington, DC. It focuses on the crisis management agency of Olivia Pope, Olivia Pope & Associates, and its employees, as well as the staff of the White House and the political scene. The lead actors are Tony Goldwyn and Kerry Washington.
Designated Survivor is an American TV series created by David Guggenheim that aired on ABC for two seasons. Season 3 aired on Netflix exclusively and internationally.
Kiefer Sutherland stars as Thomas Kirkman, the guy who has never won an election, then becomes the US President and for him, it's a chance he never wanted. However, he gets the power as the entire army of politicians and leaders are killed by an explosion during the State of the Union.
Veep is an American comedy series of political satire that was broadcasted on HBO from April 22, 2012, to May 12, 2019. Armando Iannucci produced the show as an update. The lead actor in the show is Julia Louis-Dreyfus. It is one of the most intense political dramas. The plot follows the VP and their core team as they fail frequently at running the office.