The genre of science fiction gives ground to the stories that tinker with the laws of time and space. Some of the best shows on television right now are sci-fi, and the popularity of this genre has allowed a great number of stories to come alive on the screen. In comparison to other genres, sci-fi has seen a great development in the creativity of ideas and introducing brain-frying concepts to the audience. The very nature of this genre allows the storytellers to let their imagination run wild and create universes out of scratch. If you are a fan of the genre and have been waiting for some new shows, then you have come to the right place. Here’s the list of upcoming new sci-fi series coming out in 2019 and 2020. We hope that these latest sci-fi shows are as good as some of the recent releases.
15. The 4400 (TBA)
‘The 4400’ was a show that aired on USA Network from 2004 to 2007. The show focuses on an event that brings back a great number of people who have been missing for a very long time. When what looks like a comet burst over the Cascade Range in Washington, exactly 4400 people emerge in the aftermath. These people look exactly as they had the day they disappeared, and none of them recounts the memories of all that happened to them within this time frame. A task force is given the charge of investigating these people, especially the ones who exhibit superhuman powers now. Much to the distress of fans, the show was cancelled after four seasons. CW has taken the responsibility of telling this tale again, focusing on the things that hadn’t been taken care of before.
14. Aeon Flux (TBA)
MTV’s animated series ‘Aeon Flux’ had become a huge sensation amongst the audience. The last episode of the series aired in 1995, but the development of the story didn’t stop there. Since then, it has been adapted into a film, and more successfully, into video games and comic books. MTV has recently been going through its own library to revive/reboot various fan favourites, ‘Aeon Flux’ being on the top of that list. This live-action reboot takes you back to the future where the world has been divided into two regimes, one of which employs Aeon, a deadly assassin, to infiltrate the other regime and eventually bring it to its knees. The show will be helmed by Jeff Davis, who has previously handled ‘Teen Wolf’ for MTV, and Gale Anne Hurd, producer of ‘The Walking Dead’.
13. The Building (TBA)