6 Best Shows Like 'The Umbrella Academy' to Watch for More Dysfunctional Sibling Dynamics

The Umbrella Academy, a peculiar comic book adaption about a group of misfit superheroes, recently debuted its third season and quickly rose to the top of the Netflix global television rankings

Despite its intriguing depiction of superheroes and their lifestyles, the show captures viewers' attention with its distinctive dysfunctional family dynamic, which at least once makes them think of themselves.

Misfits is a British science fiction comedy-drama TV show that airs on E4 about a group of juvenile offenders condemned to community service getting otherworldly powers as a result of an odd electrical storm.

Based on the DC Comics superhero team of the same name, Doom Patrol is an American superhero television series created by Jeremy Carver. 

Marvel’s Runaways or Runaways, which is based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name, follows a group of six teenagers who learn shockingly that their parents are supervillains.

Heroes is a Tim Kring-produced American superhero drama television show that aired on NBC for four seasons.

The Vampire Diaries is a CW series based on the book series of the same name written by L.J. Smith.

Succession is a supernature-free honorable mention on the list that centers on the Roy family, the dysfunctional owners of the international media and entertainment empire as the children battling for the company's control.

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