This Gut-Wrenching Docuseries Is The Top Show On Max Right Now

“Six Schizophrenic Brothers” is currently the most popular show on Max, according to the platform’s public ranking system.

The four-part Discovery docuseries tells the story of the Galvin family of Colorado Springs, who were the subject of the 2020 bestselling book “Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family.” The family notably had 12 children ― 10 boys and two girls ― and six of the sons were diagnosed with schizophrenia.

“Six Schizophrenic Brothers” explores how the disorder affected the Galvins as they faced unexpected struggles and profound tragedies. The family’s experience also contributed to important research into schizophrenia in the mid-20th century.

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“Your Honor”

“Your Honor” is the third most popular show on Netflix after both seasons recently became available to stream on the platform.

Based on a popular Israeli series, the Showtime drama stars Bryan Cranston as a New Orleans judge faced with a difficult situation involving his son. Although the show was original conceived as a miniseries, “Your Honor” returned for a second season in 2023 ― about two years after the first aired.

“Presumed Innocent”

The top show on Apple TV+ at the moment is “Presumed Innocent,” a new legal thriller from David E. Kelley.

Based on a 1987 novel that was adapted into a 1990 film, the show stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a prosecutor who becomes the top suspect in murder. Ruth Negga, Bill Camp, O-T Fagbenle and Peter Sarsgaard also appear in “Presumed Innocent.”

“The Boys”

“The Boys” is currently trending on Amazon Prime Video following the premiere of the fourth season on June 13 ― about two years after the previous season aired.

The satirical superhero show is an adaptation of a comic book series and follows a group of vigilantes as they battle corrupt forces. “The Boys” features an ensemble cast including Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Chace Crawford, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty and more.


Another adaptation ― the historical drama “Shardlake” ― is popular on Disney+ right now. Based on a series of mystery novels set during the Tudor era, the show tells the story of a lawyer sent to investigate a murder in a secluded town.

The four-part series premiered on May 1 and stars Arthur Hughes, Sean Bean and Anthony Boyle.