9. 'Bloodline' (Netflix)
And now for a TV family that makes Robert Durst's seem relatively together. You know when the family's patriarch is Sam Shepard — the guy who wrote Buried Child — there is going to be some blood on the floor. The Rayburns own a posh hotel in the Florida Keys, but their sibling/parental hostilities boil over when the prodigal son of the family, Ben Mendehlson, drifts back to town. The binge-watching model doesn't quite work for Bloodline, just because the suspense takes time to build — it works better when you stretch it out.