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The best science fiction series of the moment


The year 2016 seems to become a great season for the world of television series. Although there are some that we are all waiting for, such as Game of Thrones, the recently released last season of House of Cards or The Walking Dead, there are very interesting titles included in the science fiction category that will be released in the coming months.

At ThinkBig we make a compilation of those that we believe will be the most interesting. How many will you give a chance?


On February 15, 11.22.63 premiered , a miniseries based on the Stephen King novel, in which Jake Epping, a high school teacher, manages to travel back in time with the aim of stopping the assassination of the President of the United States. United John F. Kennedy.

James Franco is in charge of embodying the protagonist of the series, along with other top-level actors, such as Sarah Gadon or Chris Cooper. Jonathan Demme, winner of an Oscar for ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ was initially proposed to direct and produce the series, although due to a series of disagreements between him and the author of the original novel, the rights finally fell to JJ Abrams.

The XFiles

The X-Files is, without a doubt, one of the most mythical series in the entire history of science fiction. Now, Mulder and Scully return with 6 episodes, determined to fight a conspiracy, something they are more than used to.

Although it may seem surprising, the tenth season takes place fourteen years after the ninth, which finished airing in 2002. The most famous FBI agent duo of all time returns with more or less mediocre reviews, but what a Surely they will not want to miss any of the countless fans of the saga.


The argument behind ‘ Hunters’ is simple. After the disappearance of a policeman’s wife, a series of individuals form a group of alien hunters, determined to unravel the mystery. A mystery that we could describe as “alien terrorism”.

The series, based on a novel by Whitley Strieber, features the producers of such popular titles as ‘The Walking Dead’. Being a new title, at the moment we do not have much information about it, although what we have been able to see so far, he promises.


Although normally the argument of the series is usually one of the main reasons that tip the balance for viewers, with this series something different may happen. And it is that, if we take into account that Westworld brings together Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris and Evan Rachel Wood, there are few reasons not to at least take a look at it.

The title is based on the movie ‘Westworld’, released in 1973, which tells the story of a futuristic theme park, full of beings programmed with artificial intelligence, who can sneak into the fantasies of visitors, no matter how dark they may be. Another JJ Abrams project, in collaboration with the well-known and almost always successful HBO.


Los Angeles falls under the yoke of a group of strange “invaders“, and a family will do whatever it takes to stay together and survive, living in a colony of the city, from which the series takes its name.

Under these premises, Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies play Will and Katie Bowman, who along with their two children, will have to resist under a regime of military occupation called the Colony Provisional Authority. A movement called The Resistance will try to free humanity from slavery.

Doctor Who

This could be considered another of the mythical titles of science fiction, since it has been on the air (interruptedly) since 1963. Between that year and 1989, 26 seasons were broadcast, and after a long break, the doctors returned to the small screen in 2005, with 9 seasons to date. Doctor Who is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s longest-running science fiction television series.

The plot is based on the time travel of Doctor Who, who through his police cabin – time machine, travels to other places, times and civilizations to solve mysteries, correct injustices, or simply help ordinary people.


Based on the novels by Diana Gabaldon, this British series premieres its second season in April. The story centers on Calire Beauchamp, a combat nurse from 1945 who unwittingly travels through time to 1743 and falls in love with a man from another era, completely different from her husband.

This second is made up of 13 episodes, based on the novel “Dragonfly in Amber”, while the first is now available on Movistar+.

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