There isn't a large sci-fi library, but the collection it has is pretty impressive. Prime Video has picked up three of the best sci-fi series out there: Counterpart, and. If you've already seen this essential trio, there are other fantastic sci-fi series that you can try.
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Humans might not be entirely original, but their assembled parts sing. A British family purchases an artificially intelligent robot called a "synth" to help out during their busy lives. This grounded approach to sentient, potentially dangerous robots is one of Humans' greatest strengths. At the sweet center: an innocent connection between the family's youngest daughter and Gemma Chan's elegant and efficient synth Anita. A mystery explores philosophical themes such as humanity, pain, and memories.
Electric Dreams (2017-2018)
Electric Dreams is a modern concept, with every episode of the anthology series a vibrant, polished material, whirling on the origins of its source material: Philip K. Dick's works. While some episodes are better than others, let this genre slip over you if you want to.
The Man in the High Castle (2015-2019)
The Man in the High Castle explores an alternate history in which the Axis powers (Rome-Berlin-Tokyo) win World War II. Based on a Philip K. Dick novel, the series explores a world in which Nazi Germany and Japan defeat the war, causing some to rebel. However, there's no actual proof of the situation, and the producers have to wait until the end. This is a gripping TV.
J.K. Simmons is playing off J.K. Simmons for a second time. Set in Germany during a cold war, the sci-fi thriller follows a low-lying office grunt. One day, he meets himself, but a better version from a parallel world makes Counterpart a must-watch.
Tales from the Loop (2020)
Tales from the Loop, a remarkable musical, has layers beneath its stunning surface. Based on a narrative art book by Swedish artist Simon Stlenhag, the series is unique to watch. Meticulous, symmetrical frames somehow give off a painterly sense. Their stories enthuse loneliness, illness, and the effects of technology.
Orphan Black (2013-2017)
In many ways, is the Tatiana Maslany show. Before she becomes a household name thanks to Disney Plus' She-Hulk, see her play no fewer than 14 characters in one series, including a hallucinated scorpion. Just let that sink in for a second. Orphan Black blends clever sci-fi concepts into a fast-paced thriller, with added mystery and comedy in its stride. A must-watch sci-fi series exploring the nature vs. nurture debate.
The Expansion (2015-2022)
The Expanse has been rescued from the realm of canceled television, with its set going up to six seasons. Thank goodness it did, because The Expanse is a smart sci-fi with realistic characters, high production values, and a dash of detective noir. A conspiracy threatens to establish a cold war between the strongest powers. Look forward to more space western themes in the consistently excellent later seasons.
The Feed (2019)
With this British series about technology gone wrong, The Feed is focused on a device that allows people to livestream their lives without having to press a button on a phone. No, nothing goes wrong. David Thewlis and Michelle Fairley have got some of their cast members. Although The Feed isn't as polished or deep-cutting as Black Mirror, it's still worth a look.