Get your detective hat out! One of the most talked-about shows over the past few days has been a new true-crime series unlike anything you've ever seen before. After the new original documentary hit the streaming service on Friday, viewers have been on the hunt for shows like Tiger King on Netflix Canada.

If you're not familiar with the show, Tiger King follows Joe Exotic, a gun-carrying, gay polygamist who also happens to own over 200 tigers and other wild animals that he keeps on his property. On top of keeping busy with all of his furry friends, Exotic also spends much of his time talking smack about his number one rival, Carole Baskin.

Although Baskin owns many big cats of her own, she firmly believes that because she doesn't breed or "pimp out" her animals, she is superior to Joe. The seven-episode series follows not only the feud between Exotic and Baskin but also many other characters in the big cat business.

If you found Tiger King to be entertaining during this hard time, Netflix has an awesome selection of true-crime shows that are just waiting to be streamed.

Evil Genius

Rating: 80% on Rotten Tomatoes

Evil Genius takes place in a small Pennsylvania town where things are suddenly turned upside down after a mysterious bank robbery. The series tells the story of the murder of Brian Wells, who was kidnapped and forced to rob a bank while wearing a deadly collar bomb.

The Devil Next Door

Rating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes

The Devil Next Door is about a seemingly normal grandfather whose family is utterly shocked when he's suddenly accused of being a notorious Nazi death camp guard. While trying to prove his innocence, the family uncovers plenty of dark secrets that make them question everything.

Wild Wild Country

Rating: 98% on Rotten Tomatoes

Of all the shows on this list, Wild Wild Country is probably the most similar to Tiger King in that each new episode will blow your mind more and more. The docu-series follows a controversial guru who takes over a plot of land in the midwest to house his growing cult.

The Confession Tapes

Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes

Both seasons of The Confession Tapes tell stories of innocent people who were wrongly coerced into doing false confessions by law enforcement. Each episode covers a different case and you won't believe how crazy some of them get.

Who Killed Little Gregory?

Rating: 7.4/10 on IMDb

Who Killed Little Gregory? tells the story of France's most famous kidnapping case, which remains unsolved to this day. The kidnapping and murder of young Grégory Villemin happened back in 1984, and all these years later, it still remains unclear exactly what happened to him.

The Family

Rating: 80% on Rotten Tomatoes

The Family takes an inside look at a conservative Christian group of the same name that holds a strong influence over political figures in Washington D.C., proving just how corrupt the world can really be.