Supernatural and sci-fi thrillers are always fun to watch. They are always focused on introducing the audience with some new characters and innovations. So, are you already done watching all the episodes of “The Last of Us”, which is among the millions of sci-fi drama series that has taken the world by storm? It has gained enough popularity in the history of television series.
Moreover, in recent times, this TV series is also among the most-watched series in the history of HBO Max. So, if you fall under the category of people who are already done watching this excellent series, then we have some more shows like “The Last of Us”. Let’s start the round-up.
A post-apocalyptic dystopian trumped-up mini-TV series starring Mackenzie Davis, Himesh Patel, Lori Petty, and Prince Amponsah came out in the year 2021. This series was created by Patrick Somerville, which made him an overnight star for his excellent execution and imagination power. Moreover, this is an amazing story of the survivors of a pandemic who survived the devastating flu, and now they are attempting to rebuild and reimagine the world in a new way.
An apocalyptic fictional web show, “Black Summer,” premiered its first episode in 2019. Moreover, the series was created by none other than Karl Schaefer and John Hyams, and it was solely based on the Z nation. The story revolves around the life of Rose (Jamie King), who was being separated from her daughter during the apocalypse war of the zombies, and then she begins the distressed journey to find her daughter. If you are a fan of zombie shows, then this web show is the best one for you.
Chernobyl is a web show that is totally based on a true story of the Chernobyl disaster of 1986, written and created by Craig Mazin. The story revolves around the lives of the people who were involved in the disaster and the firefighters and volunteers who were the first responders. It is one of the greatest shows of all time and has gained much popularity in the history of television series.
Power Rangers: Cosmic Fury (Season 3)
Power Rangers: Cosmic Fury is the 13th season of the famous American Children’s television program “Power Ranger” and also the third and the last season of “Power Ranger Dino Fury”. Netflix has already dropped the final season on the 29th of September. Previously, the show has earned a lot of loyal and loving viewers, and the box office collection is the real proof of that. The extraordinary cinematography, mind-blogging background music, and adventurous scenes are the main essence of this show. Hook on to the show to find out what else they have to show us in this final season.
Painkiller: Limited Series
Painkiller is a fictional story based on the origins of the Opioid crisis. The show covers the causes and consequences of the epidemic. The plot revolves around the Prude Pharma and Sacklers company from where the Opioid epidemic started. If you love science fiction and thrillers, then you cannot miss this one.
A Time Called You
This fictional show, ‘A Time Called You’, is directed by Kim Jin-won, and this is a remake of the Taiwanese Drama known as ‘Someday or One Day’, which was released in the year 2019. The plot of the story is all about the year 2023. Joon-hee, the main character, was going through a tough time due to her boyfriend’s dismissal. She was facing a lot of challenges. Soon, the story takes an interesting turn, and somehow, she gets the chance to travel back to 1998 and wakes up in the body of a different person. To know what happened next, you need to go and watch this series before someone gives you another spoiler.
If you had fun watching “The Last of Us,” then this one is a must-watch. You have to watch it to believe how mind-boggling it is. The series is a crafty weave of time travel, family mysteries, and interwoven characters. The story begins with the disappearance of two children, and that sets a series of events unraveling secrets of the dark past of a town called Winden. As the story moves ahead, the tale turns into a psychology of suspense, and they get immersed in intricate details and well-bred characters. If you are craving an intellectual adventure, this show is for you.
Behind Her Eyes
This one is a supernatural and psychological thriller, starring some of the known faces like Eve Hewson, Simona Brown, Tom Bateman and many more. This show had already aired back in the year 2021 with an approximate count of 6 episodes. The plot of this British supernatural thriller runs behind a love triangle between Louise, a single mother, her boss, and his beloved wife. The affectionate tale soon changes to a dark love story when Louise finds herself in between dark secrets. Sounds tantalizing? Watch it out for some real thrill.
Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead
This dystopian and fictional anime version of the Walking Dead series covers scenes of zombie apocalypse. The plot also unfolds the life of a 24-year-old boy frustrated with his job. Later, he finds his life meaningless when suddenly he encounters a zombie. This anime show will give you goosebumps and startle you with its storytelling. The director of the series – Yusuke Ishida, releases one episode every weekend.
This classic Japanese series shows how life will be in 2071 when the world will become an inhabitable place. The plot depicts the struggles of bounty hunters working for the renowned spaceship Bebop. It is directed by Shinichiro Watanabe. It created immense popularity among young adults because of the ultimate thrill and entertainment. Moreover, it has received mixed reviews from critics due to some of the controversial plots that didn’t suit many viewers.
If you are done watching all the episodes of “The Last of Us,” then this Japanese supernatural series is a must-watch. People are crazy about this series, and it is due to the action stunts, excellent cinematography, and dreamy storylines. The plot of the story revolves around the life of a helpful boy, Yuji Itadori, who accidentally swallowed the finger of a cursed Sukuna (demon) to save his friends, and at last, he ended up being the host of the Sukuna. This series received a high viewership and created such loving audiences within a few months of its release.
Vampire in the Garden
Produced by Wit Studio, Vampire in the Garden is a beautiful sci-fi story that will capture your heart. What happens when humanity loses the war against the Vampire and the people who survived the war make a shelter surrounded by light to protect themselves? What happens when they finally find out that the queen of vampires falls in love with a young soldier who is their only way to make humanity win?
Tales of the Walking Dead
This American series is all about the post-apocalyptic phase, and it is based on the comic book “Tales of the Walking Dead” written by Robert Kirkman. Moreover, this supernatural show is the spin-off version of The Walking Dead series, and we can witness the individual characters from the Walking Dead universe, both new and old. It’s an interesting show, and we are sure that you will have fun while watching it.
Created by Travis Fickett and Terry Matalas, this American fictional web show is based on the film of 1995 of the same name, directed by Terry Gilliam. The story revolves around the life of a scavenger from the post-apocalypse period who then has to time travel back to 2015 to prevent the contamination of a deadly plague. The original network for this web show was Syfy, but now it’s also streaming on Amazon Prime and Hulu.
This is a Danish post-apocalyptic TV series that premiered on Netflix in the year 2018. The show starred some well-known and entertaining individuals like Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen, Alba August, Angela Bundalovic, and many more. The story was based on the lives of two Danish siblings who were the only ones to leave after the world, which had already come to an end due to a rain-carrying virus in parts of Scandinavia. The story took a sudden twist when they joined the other young survivors of the pandemic and realized that even in the post-apocalyptic period, there is love, jealousy, and other dilemmas, too, that they couldn’t think of.