What TV Crime Shows Can Teach You About Bail

Interested in learning more about bail bonds but don’t want to read all the gobbly goop? Well you’re out of luck because very few shows and movies really deal with the nitty gritty of bail bonding. However, if you want a list of some great tv shows about crime that are at least somewhat related to bail bonding, then you’ve come to the right place. Oh, and if you do want to know more about real bail bonds, check out this blog, maybe this one, and why not this one?

Best Crime TV Shows

Law and Order

Starting with what’s probably the most popular, because it’s generated a series of spinoffs. The Law and Order series usually follows the police during the initial investigation of a crime up until the arrest of the suspect. It then switches to the legal department and how they move to convict the suspect. It is a nice blend of police/crime drama with courtroom case drama. You’re most likely to hear about bail during the police side of the show.


Being a much more humorous show than some of the others on this list, Psych features an amateur detective Shawn Spencer hiding his powerful investigative skills under the guise of psychic ability. This causes the local police to constantly seek his help allowing him to help solve crimes without being a real detective.

Perry Mason

Serving as a testament of time, Perry Mason was a show from the 1950s and 60s that is still shown today in reruns. Perry Mason is a criminal-defense attorney and tackles the toughest cases.

Criminal Minds

Criminal Minds follows the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit. The unit uses behavioral profiling in order to catch dangerous criminals. This show can be darker than the others, even trumping Law and Order.

If you want to find out more on bail bonds, you’ll have to do some reading. Titan Bail Bonds has plenty of information right here on our site, or you can always give us a call. But If you’re just looking for some entertainment, then check out the the shows mentioned above. You might not learn a lot about bail bonds, but you’ll have some fun.