The Walking Dead will conclude its eleventh season this year. And while waiting for the release date’s announcement, fans might start searching for other shows of the same genre. Although similar kinds of shows might feel repetitive and hence it is worth expanding the choices. So in this article, you will find some list of familiar shows yet have a great contrast from the show The Walking Dead.
The Boys (2019-present)
The Boys is an American superhero television series developed by Eric Kripke for the streaming platform Prime Video. The series is based on the comic book series of the same name written by Darick Robertson and Garth Ennis. The show premiered on 26 June 2019, and Amazon renewed the second season of the show on 4 September 2020. The third installment of the show will also soon land. The universe of the series revolves around super-powered individuals, recognized as heroes by the general public—the group work for the powerful corporation Vought International. The heroes with superpowers are mostly the bad, arrogant, and corrupt guys. There are two groups the show focuses on, one is the Seven, who work for Vought International’s premier, and the second one is the Titular Boys, who are looking to bring down Vought and corrupt superheroes.
The Boys has everything from action, comedy, and gritty stories. The show does not waste time on filler episodes; each season has a target conclusion that pretty well ends the story. The series is a great content to look at something familiar yet with a unique style.
Supernatural is an American television show created by Eric Kripke. The show premiered on 13 September 2005 on the Warner Bros. Television Network. It stars Jared Padalecki in the character of Sam Winchester and Jensen Ackles in the character of Dean Winchester. The plot follows two brothers Sam and Dean, who hunt ghosts, demons, monsters, and other supernatural things. Supernatural is shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the surrounding areas. The show was under development for ten years. Originally the show was planned to be of three seasons, but later it expanded to five. The fifth season of the series concluded the main storyline. Although the show continued for several seasons up to its eleventh-season, Supernatural is the longest American live-action fantasy television show.
Supernatural is a very addictive show, and you will love it. Fans might binge-watch all the seasons one after another, and the chemistry between the brothers never fizzles out after years of storytelling.
Lucifer is an American urban fantasy television show developed by Tom Kapinos and premiered on 25 January 2016 on Fox. The show is based on a DC Comics book series The Sandman, written by Sam Kieth, Mike Dringenberg, and Neil Gaiman. The plot revolves around Lucifer Morningstar, played by Tom Ellis, or the Devil, who abandons Hell for Los Angeles. He runs his nightclub and becomes a consultant of the Los Angeles Police Department. Lucifer is a mighty angel who was cast out from Heaven for betrayal. He is the Lord of Hell but becoming unhappy and bored. So he abandons his kingdom, Los Angeles, and ends up owning a nightclub named “LUX.” The film’s cast includes Kevin Alejandro, Lauren German, D.B. Woodside, Racheal Harris, and Lesley-Ann Brandt.
The series is a good one that made a devil out to be a good guy, and the most appealing thing in the show is the character’s effortless charm. Lucifer is a combination of crime and fantasy drama. And with every season, a more dangerous character appears.
Fargo is an American television series on black comedy crime drama anthology written and created by Noah Hawley. The show is inspired by the 1996 film of the same name directed and written by the Cohen brothers. The show revolves around the cold Minnesota state, where people make the worst decisions, which eventually leads to several violent out of control situations. The show is worth trying, as Fargo introduces some great characters and their journey of danger. The storyline also has a witty sense that endures the highly gripping storyline. It won the Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Miniseries, Outstanding Casting, and Outstanding Directing. The show also won the Golden Globe Awards for Best Actor- Miniseries or Television Film and Best Miniseries or Television Film.
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