6 shows like National Treasure: Edge of History on Disney+, Netflix & more

National Treasure: Edge of History follows 21-year-old Jess Valenzuela as she tries to hunt for the treasure of Montezuma with the help of her friends, uncovering family secrets in the process while competing against a ruthless treasure hunter.

Jess is a young and bright DACA recipient living in America with dreams of one day working as a Special FBI agent in the cryptanalysis division. However, it’s not just her dreams that stand at risk of being compromised but also the mythical treasure of Montezuma.

After a retired FBI agent shares the clues to the legendary treasure and tasks Jess with finding it and protecting it from corrupt forces, the girl with big ambitions and a knack for solving puzzles and patterns gears up and gets to the hunt.

Along with a ruthless treasure hunter hell-bent on doing anything to get that treasure, another thing imparting great weightage to this hunt is Jess’s personal family history and heritage attached to said treasure.

Action, adventure, and mystery make up the three major mass-appeal genres that National Treasure: Edge of History has to proffer to the audiences. Here are other shows like National Treasure: Edge of History available on Netflix, Disney+ & more:

Dive Club

Available on: Netflix

Cast: Miah Madden, Georgia-May Davis, Aunti Ibrag, Sana’a Shaik, Mercy Cornwall, Joshua Heuston, Alexander Grant

Dive Club follows a group of teen divers who face a tragedy when a storm hits their small coastal town. Their best friend disappears and now it’s upon them to find her, with time not being a luxury they can afford.

There are teens trying to solve a mystery together, and there’s a sense of adventure in works here as well, making it a story very much in proximity to National Treasure: Edge of History.

Outer Banks

Available on: Netflix

Cast: Chase Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Davis, Rudy Pankow, Charles Esten, Drew Starkey

Outer Banks sees a teenager bringing three of his friends on board to find a legendary treasure linked to his father’s disappearance.

John B leads the group comprised of his friends who all live on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, a coastal town home to a stark social divide between the wealthy and the working-class locals.

The group embarks on the mission to crack the mystery behind John B’s father’s disappearance. However, in the process, they discover a legendary treasure attached to the missing man.

With a wave of nostalgia, heartwarming adventures, and a treasure hunt, Outer Banks arguably resembles National Treasure: Edge of History the most in terms of the plot and the central story beats like the missing father and a treasure hunt attached to it.

The Society

Available on: Netflix

Cast: Kathryn Newton, Olivia DeJango, Alex Fitzalan, Kristine Froseth, Jack Mulhern, Sean Berdy, Toby Wallace

The Society is a mystery drama that sees buses full of Connecticut high school students go on a camping trip, only to return and discover that their town has suddenly become deprived of all the adults, with the reason remaining inexplicable.

The beginning of this quasi-dystopia is fun. However, it eventually dawns on the teenagers that this surreal situation is really dire. Now they must mitigate this world by making alliances and establishing order to survive.


Available on: Netflix

Cast: Lili Reinhart, Cole Sprouse, Camila Mendes, KJ Apa, Madelaine Petsch, Vanessa Morgan, Casey Cott

Archie, Betty, Jughead, and Veronica are four teenagers who have to deal with the coming-of-age troubles that come with adolescence while living in a town that only grows progressively more sinister and perilous.

A teen drama rife with several mysteries and adventures dealing with the criminal and the supernatural. While a lot more fantastical and over-the-top, there are a couple of genre similarities that Riverdale shares with the National Treasure sequel series.

The Mysterious Benedict Society

Available on: Disney+

Cast: Tony Hale, Marta Kessler, Emmy DeOliveira, Ryan Hurst, Gia Sandhu, Kristen Schaal, Seth Carr, Mystic Inscho

A show about a giant conspiracy standing to compromise the free will of people all over the world, it’s upon four gifted orphans to save the world. Reynard, Sticky, Kate, and Constance are the heroes who are recruited by the eccentric genius for a secret and most perilous mission.

Going undercover as students at the school for the anomalous geniuses called “The Institute”, they must take down the evil genius behind the grand plan to take over the globe.

Available on the same streaming platform as the National Treasure sequel, The Mysterious Benedict Society also resembles the former quite a lot.

One Piece

Available on: Hulu, Crunchyroll

One Piece
Image Source: Fuji TV

Cast: Mayumi Tanaka, Hiroaki Hirata, Akemi Okamura, Kazuya Nakai, Ikue Ōtani, Chō, Yuriko Yamaguchi, Kappei Yamaguchi

An anime classic, One Piece is a tale of Monkey D. Luffy and his dream to become the King of all pirates. To help him achieve his dream are his pirate mates, with dreams of their own.

With a feared swordsman who aims to become the world’s best as his right-hand man, Luffy’s crew also includes the best chef, Sanji; the clever navigator, Nami; runes expert, Robin; great liar and sniper, Usopp; sentient and medical expert deer, Chopper; living skeleton, Brooke; Mech expert and builder, Franky.

Through treacherous waters and pirates who wield world-ending powers, Luffy and his friends must contend with one and all to get to the titular treasure only one person in history has ever gotten to see.

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