Wondering what to watch after Band of Brothers? If the tense action of the series has you hungry for more war dramas, you're in luck! Since the public fascination with soldiers going into battle is not ceasing any time soon, there are loads of other movies and TV shows like Band of Brothers ready for you to start bingeing.
If you’re on the hunt for movies and TV shows similar to Band of Brothers, The Pacific is a great TV series about US Marines in the Pacific War. Generation Kill is another great show, focusing on the 2003 Iraq War.
For fans of Band of Brothers looking for good movie recommendations, The Thin Red Line is an excellent film that features a popular ensemble cast. Other good movies and shows featured on this list include SEAL Team, Catch-22, and Saving Private Ryan.
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- Photo: Saving Private Ryan1108 VOTESCaptain John Miller (Tom Hanks) takes his men behind enemy lines to find Private James Ryan, whose three brothers have been killed in combat. Surrounded by the brutal realties of war, while searching for Ryan, each man embarks upon a personal journey and discovers their own strength to triumph over an uncertain future with honor, decency and courage.
- Photo: The Pacific292 VOTESThe intertwined journeys of three U.S. Marines in World War II.
- Photo: Hacksaw Ridge339 VOTESThe true story of Pfc. Desmond T. Doss (Andrew Garfield), who won the Congressional Medal of Honor despite refusing to bear arms during WWII on religious grounds. Doss was drafted and ostracized by fellow soldiers for his pacifist stance but went on to earn respect and adoration for his bravery, selflessness and compassion after he risked his life -- without firing a shot -- to save 75 men in the Battle of Okinawa.
- Photo: We Were Soldiers456 VOTESBased upon the best-selling book "We Were Soldiers Once ... and Young" by Lt. Gen. Harold G. Moore (Ret.) and journalist Joseph L. Galloway, this compelling war drama depicts the true story of the first major battle between the United States and North Vietnamese forces. It is a film about uncommon valor and nobility under fire, loyalty among soldiers, and the heroism and sacrifice of men and women both home and abroad.