I just binged watch the hell out of HBO's Succession and loved it. It's a story about a billionaire media mogul (think Rupert Murdoch) and the politics of his family as they angle to replace him after his retirement.
Normally I wouldn't be too into a show about billionaires. Typically they features a bunch of Type A, cunning white men who have "earned" their money. Not Succession, it's a dark comedy portrayal of white privileged at its highest levels.
It shows that, if you have enough money (which skews white) it doesn't matter how stupid, how drug addicted, how much of a criminal you are the system won't let you fail. It also does a great job of showing how they take it for granted.
You keep wanting them to get their comeuppance, but the show makes it clear that the difference between success and "failure" for these people is the difference between having billions of dollars and tens of millions.