Rebecca Ferguson stars in "Silo," a captivating sci-fi mystery about a society hiding secrets from its people.
One of the most unique shows on this list is Severance, which goes into an ever-so-different near-future from our own where people have the ability to sever their work life from their home life,
One of Apple TV+'s first series, For All Mankind imagines a reality where the space race never ended. The show's story starts in 1969 with an alternate world where Russia beats the U.S. to the moon.
Disney+'s flagship series, a galaxy far, far away, delights Star Wars fans. Pedro Pascal's bounty hunter encounters the adorable Grogu (Baby Yoda).
This is a series that brilliantly blends top-tier writing with smart, radical, real-world applicable messaging. Diego Luna leads an incredible cast as the titular space rebel.
David S. Goyer brings Isaac Asimov's sci-fi legend to life with stunning visuals. Prepare to be blown away by this TV adaptation!
Based somewhat loosely on Emily St. John Mandel's novel of the same name, Max's Station Eleven is a slow burn sci-fi story about the end of the world that, actually, turns into a story of hope.
One big-scale sci-fi series that flew under the radar but is nonetheless quite good is Prime Video's The Peripheral, starring Chloe Grace Moretz and Midsommar's Jack Reynor.
Mrs. Davis is a timely limited series that was co-created by Damon Lindelof, the brilliant TV creator behind Lost, The Leftovers, and Watchmen.
For cyberpunk fans, Altered Carbon is a must-watch! Two seasons, starring Joel Kinnaman and Anthony Mackie, explore a future where death isn't permanent.