Immerse Yourself in the Enchanting Worlds of the Best Fantasy TV Series
From epic quests filled with magic and monsters to thrilling battles between good and evil, the realm of fantasy TV series has captivated audiences for decades. With a multitude of fantastical worlds and unforgettable characters, these shows transport us to places beyond our imagination. Whether you're a fan of mystical adventures or supernatural dramas, there is something for everyone in the world of fantasy TV. In this article, we will explore some of the best fantasy TV series that have captured the hearts and minds of viewers around the globe.
The Witcher (2019 - ongoing)
Based on the book series of the same name by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, which inspired a very popular video game franchise before Netflix took it up as a live-action series, The Witcher follows the adventures of the titular “witcher” Geralt of Rivia, played by Henry Cavill and soon-to-be-replaced by Liam Hemsworth. “Witchers” are magically enhanced monster hunters, and Geralt travels the lands of the high fantasy world in which he lives doing just that—until he comes across the sorceress Jennifer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra) and Ciri, the crown princess of the destroyed kingdom of Cintra (Freya Allen), who’s bound to him by destiny.
While I have enjoyed The Witcher, especially its first season, I feel like its narrative rhythm has somewhat worsened as the episodes progressed, which is why it sits at the bottom of this ranking. Still, Cavill is a brilliant casting choice for Geralt and if you’re looking for some generally uncomplicated fantasy fun, this is definitely the show for you.
Merlin (2008 -2012)
This is such a trip down memory lane for me and all the OG Tumblr girlies. You know who you are and you know I’m right—because Merthur was right up there with the other Big Ships™ holding up our fandoms. It still is, to be honest. And that’s because BBC’s Merlin managed to make the relationship between the young wizard Merlin (Colin Morgan) and the boisterous prince—then king—Arthur (Bradley James) one for the ages. All the characters you know and love from Arthurian legends are here, from Katie McGrath’s Morgana to Angel Coulby’s Guinevere, Anthony Head’s Uther Pendragon, and Santiago Cabrera’s Sir Lancelot.
Merlin stirs up some very fond memories for me, even if those include sobbing my eyes out through the entire Christmas holidays of 2012 after “The Diamond of the Day” aired. Still, if I have to look back at the show with as much objectivity as possible, I have to admit that its visual effects really ask you to stretch your suspension of disbelief, which is why you can find it toward the bottom of this ranking.
A Discovery of Witches (2018 - 2022)
Based on yet another book series—the All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness—A Discovery of Witches is exactly the type of urban fantasy to get into if you love all the darker shades of academia. It stars Teresa Palmer and Matthew Goode as Diana Bishop and Matthew Clairmont, an incredibly powerful witch and very old vampire respectively. The series follows the pair from their first meeting in the halls of the University of Oxford through their adventures in a dangerous magical world and backwards and forwards in time—and their passionate love story, of course.
The atmosphere and cinematography of A Discovery of Witches are as immaculate as they come, as is the chemistry between the main characters—if one ignores the usual age difference that happens whenever a vampire is involved—though its storyline could be considered very “typical” for its genre.
The Wheel of Time (2021 - ongoing)
The first season of Prime’s The Wheel of Time received quite polarizing reactions since it’s not as faithful to its source material as it could be. And given that its source material is one of the most popular high fantasy book series of all time, written by Robert Jordan and finished by Brandon Sanderson, fans were vocal about everything wrong with the show.
Then again, I will admit to not having finished the series and having read the first installments so far back that I had pretty much forgotten them by the time I started watching the show—and I have to say that as a standalone product, The Wheel of Time definitely holds up. Its magic system is complex and detailed, its world rich, and its plot and storyline coherent. Plus, it has Rosamund Pike playing a (queer) powerful sorceress on a mission to save the world from certain destruction. So, I mean, I’m more than sold.
American Gods (2017 - 2021)
American Gods was developed by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green and is based on the novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman—a household name when it comes to fantasy stories that blur the lines between the real world and the supernatural ones. This story in particular follows Shadow Moon, played by Ricky Whittle, who becomes entangled in a global-scale conflict between the Old Gods (think the Norse and Egyptian and Celtic gods) and the New Gods, the embodiment of technology and globalization.
American Gods did lose some of its punch as the seasons progressed, and lost some of the shine it had during its first episodes. Still, the concept that drives the entire story is a brilliant one and remains incredibly enjoyable, as are the performances from everyone involved. Ian McShane as Mr. Wednesday and Orlando Jones as Mr. Nancy, you really are everything to me.
Supernatural (2005 - 2022)
Another one for the history books, and one that will make everyone who hung around Tumblr all the way back in the early 2010s zone out and stare into the distance as “Carry On My Wayward Son” starts playing in their head. Supernatural probably needs no introduction, considering how long it ran, but I also find describing its fandom experience very complicated—you kind of needed to be there to really get it.
At its core, the story of Supernatural is very simple: Two brothers, Dean and Sam Winchester (Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki) are raised as monster hunters by their less-than-optimal father John (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). The first seasons of the show are all part of the same wider narrative arc, which leads the brothers to become entangled with Hell, Heaven, and their inhabitants—including the angel Castiel (Misha Collins). The rest is quite literally history. And also, as Urban Dictionary would put it, the greatest love story ever told.
Supernatural holds a very special place in my heart, though by the end I wasn’t as consumed by it as I was when I first started watching. It obviously took a nosedive in quality in its last seasons, which is why it can’t be ranked higher, but there’s also no escaping its effects, which is why it ultimately had to be on this list one way or another.
Shadow and Bone (2021 - ongoing)
I’m listing this as “ongoing” because I refuse to believe this show is canceled until Netflix comes right out and confirms it beyond any possible doubt. But if it does—in very Netflix fashion, one might say—then we’ll always have these two seasons to see the rich world of the Grishaverse come to life and follow the story of Alina Starkov, a girl who discovers she holds an incredible power that can quite literally change the fate of the nation and of everyone around her.
I’ve been a longtime Grishaverse fan, so of course Shadow and Bone had to rank somewhat high on my list. The magic system is one of my favorites in YA fantasy, and there are very few found families done better than the Crows. Then again, the second season is incredibly rushed—sure, the threat of cancellation was looming right over their heads, but you can still feel the plot just speed-racing forward and leaving you a bit dazed.
The Sandman (2022 - ongoing)
Another peak Neil Gaiman story, The Sandman is the adaptation of the comic books he wrote between 1989 and 1996 for DC Comics. The protagonist is Morpheus, the titular Sandman, the personification of dreams who escapes from a century of imprisonment at the hand of a human occultist and sets out to restore order in his realm of the Dreaming. That includes chasing a runaway nightmare, engaging in a battle of wits with Lucifer, and evading the schemes of one of his siblings, Desire.
The Sandman is brilliant, each episode charmingly unique and addictive in the way that only something out of Neil Gaiman’s mind can be. At this point, the ranking really becomes a question of which story I enjoy more—because I like them all so much to begin with.
Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (2016 - 2017)
Representing the K-drama side of the entertainment world, most people would know this show simply as Goblin. One of the most popular to come out of South Korea in recent years, Goblin stars Gong Yoo and Kim Go-eun as Kim Shin and Ji Eun-tak, respectively—the titular Goblin and the Goblin’s bride, i.e., the only person who can put an end to the Goblin’s long and painful life. It’s exactly the kind of gut-wrenching and heart-shattering romance you can only find in K-dramas.
Goblin made me sob my eyes out pretty much from start to finish because it’s just that kind of story. If you like your fantasy to come with a heavy dose of romance, then this is definitely something you should try.
His Dark Materials (2019 - 2022)
His Dark Materials is based on the trilogy of the same name by Philip Pullman, which you might recognize from the individual titles of the novels that comprise it: The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass. The story is set in a world just slightly different from ours, where human souls take the shape of an animal companion called a daemon that remains by the human’s side for their entire life. The protagonist Lyra Belacqua and her daemon Pan embark on a journey to find out what happened to her kidnapped friend, setting them down a path to playing a key role in a heavenly war.
His Dark Materials is one of my favorite fantasy worlds of all time, and this adaptation is overall very faithful—diving right into all the wondrous elements that make up the interlocking universes of its protagonists.
The Magicians (2015 - 2020)
The Magicians dealt me such a blow in its fourth season that I only skimmed through its fifth and final one, and yet up until that point it was one of my favorite shows on television. Imagine a school for magical humans, but make it a college filled with disaster and queer twentysomethings who get embroiled with cosmic entities and magical worlds—halfway between Harry Potter and Narnia and oh, so much fun. Julia Wicker and Margo Hanson, you’ve always been my favorites, and I still love you very much.
I couldn’t possibly not have The Magicians on this list, and not rank it very high, since it meant a lot to me as it was airing and it’s also genuinely entertaining with all its chaos and banter. Still, the ending of the fourth season is there, destroying every possible desire I might have for a rewatch.
Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005 - 2008)
Avatar: The Last Airbender—and its sequel, The Legend of Korra—is undoubtedly one of the most influential animated shows of the 2000s. Brilliant in its worldbuilding and plot, it blends a variety of heavy themes with light-hearted fun and incredibly well-written characters. The story is set in a world where some people have the ability to manipulate, or “bend,” one of the four elements. One person, the Avatar, can bend all four elements and acts as the bridge between the human and spirit worlds. The plot begins when siblings Sokka and Katara, a waterbender, encounter the lost Avatar, an airbender boy named Aang. Together they embark on a journey, helping Aang master all four elements and escape from the clutches of the Fire Nation, which has conquered most of the world and wants nothing more than to eliminate the Avatar.
Highly entertaining and filled with characters that will stay with you—Zuko, you know I’m talking about you—it’s definitely a must-see for all fantasy lovers. Especially if you also really like anime, since the animation style blends it with more typical American cartoons.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997 - 2003)
Supernatural changed the face of fandom spaces, sure, but before we had the Winchester brothers there was only Buffy Summers, who straight-up helped change the face of pop culture as a whole. The story follows the titular Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar), the latest incarnation of the Slayer—a chosen one who is granted powers to fight vampires, demons, and a wide array of forces of darkness. Buffy is trying to balance her supernatural responsibilities and the day-to-day struggles of being a teenager, all with the help of her mentor and a group of friends.
Through its highs and lows, Buffy remains a must-watch show that is worth every minute of its seven seasons. The only reason it doesn’t rank number one, honestly, is because I am and forever will be an ASOIAF girlie before anything else.
Locke & Key (2020-present)
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Creator: Meredith Averill, Aron Eli Coleite, Carlton Cuse
Cast: Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Laysla De Oliveira, Petrice Jones, Griffin Gluck
Despite its immense success and Eisner Award win, Locke & Key, the graphic novel series of the same name by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez, struggled to be adapted for screen. That is: until Netflix stepped in!
The long-anticipated Locke & Key series follows the Locke family — Nina (Darby Stanchfield) and her children Tyler (Connor Jessup), Kinsey (Emilia Jones), and Bode (Jackson Robert Scott) — as they move to the little town of Matheson following the murder of the Locke patriarch, Rendell. The ancestral home distracts the children before they start uncovering secret keys with magical properties. The keys unlock more than just magic, though, as an old forgotten evil arrives to torment the family and those they care about.
Locke & Key is a gripping show that balances its youthful protagonists with mysteries and shocking twists. The show manages to keep readers of the graphic novels engaged while welcoming new viewers as well. The production design is outstanding and leans heavily into the source material. The combination of genres means this show appeals to a wide audience. – Monita Mohan
Sweet Tooth (2021-present)
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Creators: Jim Mickle, Beth Schwartz
Cast: Nonso Anozie, Christian Convery, Adeel Akhtar
Based on the comic book by Jeff Lemire, Sweet Tooth is one of the most adorable and wholesome post-apocalyptic dramas. Set 10 years after a global catastrophe and societal collapse, Sweet Tooth follows a naive half-human half-deer hybrid boy named Gus (Christian Convery) on his journey to find his mother. After his father’s death, Gus befriends a traveler (Nonso Anozie), who reluctantly agrees to accompany the boy. Sweet Tooth delightfully balances science-fiction weight with a charming and emotionally engaging narrative, ultimately producing an intriguing mystery and exciting action drama intended for viewers of all ages. – Yael Tygiel
Lockwood & Co. (2022-present)
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Creator: Joe Cornish
Cast: Ruby Stokes, Cameron Chapman, Ali Hadji-Heshmati
Based on the book series by Jonathan Stroud, Lockwood & Co. was developed for television by Joe Cornish. Starring Ruby Stokes, Cameron Chapman, and Ali Hadji-Heshmati, Lockwood & Co. follows the adventures of a couple of London boys who begin a ghost-hunting business with the assistance of a psychic girl. Set in an alternate UK where ghosts are more than a daily occurrence, the trio of unsupervised teens finds themselves amusingly immersed in a dangerous mystery that may change their lives — and the course of history itself. Campy and filled with fun supernatural charm, Lockwood & Co. lands somewhere between Ghostbusters and Goosebumps. – Yael Tygiel
The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself (2022)
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Creator: Joe Barton
Cast: Jay Lycurgo, Nadia Parkes, Paul Ready, Isobel Jesper Jones
Adapted for television by Joe Barton and based on the novel Bad Half, The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself is a deviously engaging supernatural series that was tragically cut short. The series follows Nathan (Jay Lycurgo), the illegitimate teenage son of a powerful witch, caught in the middle of a battle between two powerful factions. As Nathan’s powers begin to blossom, so does the fear left by his father’s destructive and lethal legacy. The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself explores themes of nature versus nurture, family dynamics, and good versus evil through the eight-episode series, begging to be binged again and again. – Yael Tygiel
Alchemy of Souls (2022-present)
Creators: Hong Jung-eun, Hong Mi-ran
Cast: Lee Jae-wook, Jung So-min, Go Yoon-jung, Hwang Min-hyun
A clever and captivating concept, Alchemy of Souls is a supernatural South Korean series set in the fictional country of Daeho. Written by the Hong sisters, Hong Jung-eun and Hong Mi-ran, Alchemy of Souls follows a couple of young mages who unwillingly switch their souls with other people, ultimately twisting their fates, after encountering a forbidden spell. A love story wrapped in a fantasy adventure, Alchemy of Souls compellingly explores romance tropes like soulmates and mistaken identity. Starring Lee Jae-wook, Jung So-min, and Go Yoon-jung, Alchemy of Souls is an intriguing soapy spectacle. – Yael Tygiel
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Creator: Alfred Gough, Miles Millar
Cast: Jenna Ortega, Gwendoline Christie, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzmán
Blending comedy and horror like The Addams Family does so well, Wednesday highlights the eerie coming-of-age story of Wednesday (Jenna Ortega), the eldest daughter of Gomez (Luis Guzmán) and Morticia (Catherine Zeta-Jones). Ortega's portrayal of the character is a brilliant update on the beloved version from the early 90s, emphasizing Wednesday's clever and macabre nature. The series revolves around Wednesday's experiences at Nevermore Academy, a school for the macabre overseen by Principal Larissa Weems (Gwendoline Christie). With its mysterious family secrets and the development of Wednesday's psychic abilities, the story feels reminiscent of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Prepare to be enthralled as Wednesday navigates both her family's mysteries and her own supernatural talents. - Yael Tygiel
The Order (2019-2020)
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Creator: Dennis Heaton, Shelley Eriksen
Cast: Jake Manley, Sarah Grey, Adam DiMarco
Created by Dennis Heaton and Shelley Eriksen (The Imperfects), The Order is a thrilling and tragically short-lived fantasy series that explores the realms of magic and monsters. Starring Jake Manley as a college freshman at Belgrave University, the show revolves around his journey to uncover family secrets while getting entangled in a war between werewolves and dark magic. Alongside Manley, Sarah Grey and Adam DiMarco (The Magicians) portray fellow students as they delve into dangerous magical practices. With its whimsical drama, intricate mythology, and dark undertones, The Order promises high-stakes adventures that will leave you enthralled. - Yael Tygiel
The Letter for the King (2020)
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Creator: Will Davies
Cast: Amir Wilson, Ruby Ashbourne Serkis, Thaddea Graham, Islam Bouakkaz
Starring Amir Wilson (His Dark Materials), The Letter for the King is a captivating coming-of-age fantasy mini-series based on the beloved bestselling novel by Tonke Dragt. Developed for Netflix by Will Davies, the show follows Tiuri, a young squire (Wilson) who embarks on a perilous mission to deliver a letter to the King, hoping it will lead him to becoming a knight. Throughout his epic quest that spans three kingdoms, Tiuri and his passionate companions encounter a range of magical and human adversaries, all seeking to plunge the world into darkness. Brace yourself for a thrilling adventure that showcases diverse landscapes and tests the characters' bravery. - Yael Tygiel
Warrior Nun (2020-present)
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Creator: Simon Barry
Cast: Alba Baptista, Toya Turner, Thekla Reuten
Based on the comic book character created by Ben Dunn, Warrior Nun centers around Ava Silva (Alba Baptista), a 19-year-old who wakes up in a morgue with a halo embedded in her back, granting her superpowers and the ability to walk again. What's the catch? The halo was bestowed upon her by a group of warrior nuns tasked with battling demons. As Ava is recruited into their ranks, fans of shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and First Kill will delight in the unique blend of coming-of-age chaos and supernatural elements. Brace yourself for a thrilling journey as Ava uncovers her true destiny while facing off against demonic forces. - Taylor Gates
First Kill (2022-present)
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Creator: V.E. Schwab (based on the short story by)
Cast: Sarah Catherine Hook, Imani Lewis, Elizabeth Mitchell
A modern supernatural series, First Kill beautifully intertwines Romeo and Juliet themes by presenting star-crossed lovers as a vampire and vampire hunter. The show immerses audiences in a dramatic and romantic young-adult narrative, with Sarah Catherine Hook (The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It) and Imani Lewis (Hightown) delivering captivating performances as Juliette and Calliope, respectively. Embarking on an adventure filled with romance, action, and breathtaking visuals, First Kill will keep you hooked as it explores the depths of love and introduces an array of fascinating characters. - Yael Tygiel
Fate: The Winx Saga (2021-present)
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Creator: Brian Young
Based on the Winx Club series by: Iginio Straffi
Cast: Abigail Cowen, Precious Mustapha, Eliot Salt, Hannah van der Westhuysen, Freddie Thorp, Danny Griffin, and Elisha Applebaum
Based on the popular animated series Winx Club, Netflix's live-action adaptation, Fate: The Winx Saga, follows Bloom (Abigail Cowen), a newly-discovered fairy who embarks on her journey at Alfea, a college for fairies and specialists. However, Bloom's arrival also attracts the return of old enemies, the Burned Ones. As she and her friends experience the trials and tribulations of adolescence, they must confront the growing threat of the Burned Ones and other dark forces. This live-action take on the enchanting and magical world of the Winx Club offers a blend of drama, romance, and captivating relationships that will leave you hooked from the first episode. - Jay Snow
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Creator: Jennie Snyder Urman, Jessica O'Toole, Amy Rardin
Cast: Melonie Diaz, Madeleine Mantock, Sarah Jeffery, Ser'Darius Blain, Ellen Tamaki, Rupert Evans, Nick Hargrove, Jordan Donica, Poppy Drayton, Lucy Barrett
A reboot of the beloved 1998 series, the new Charmed is a positively delightful take on the magical realm. After their mother's death, a trio of sisters discovers their status as the most powerful good witches on Earth and must protect the world from dark forces. The show's commitment to BIPOC and LGBTQ+ representation highlights the idea that everyone, regardless of race or sexuality, possesses their own magic. Prepare to be charmed by the magical adventures and heartfelt relationships that unfold in this fantastic and inclusive series. - Taylor Gates
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Creator: Frank Miller, Tom Wheeler
Cast: Katherine Langford, Devon Terrell, Gustaf Skarsgård, Daniel Sharman, Sebastian Armesto, Lily Newmark, Peter Mullan
Adapted from the illustrated novel by Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler, Cursed presents a fresh retelling of the Arthurian legend through the eyes of a young woman named Nimue (Katherine Langford). Initially shunned by her village due to a perceived curse, Nimue discovers her hidden powers and embraces her destiny as a hero. Set against a backdrop of fairies, magicians, and warriors, Cursed delivers a captivating and fantastical adventure that will transport you to a world of magic and myth. - Taylor Gates
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Creator: Julie Plec
Cast: Danielle Rose Russell, Aria Shahghasemi, Kaylee Bryant, Jenny Boyd, Quincy Fouse, Peyton Alex Smith, Matt Davis, Chris Lee
Spinoff from The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, Legacies captures the essence of what made its predecessors so popular while establishing its own unique identity. The show centers around Hope Mikaelson (Danielle Rose Russell), daughter of Klaus Mikaelson and Hayley Marshall, as she attends the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted to learn how to control her powers. In this mystical setting, Hope and her classmates face challenges ranging from battling monsters to dealing with internal conflicts among themselves. Legacies offers a captivating blend of fantasy, drama, and coming-of-age stories that will keep you invested throughout. - Taylor Gates
Creator: Tom Kapinos
Cast: Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro, D.B. Woodside, Lesley-Ann Brandt
Based on the beloved comic book series, Lucifer follows the titular Devil as he takes a break from Hell to run a nightclub in Los Angeles. When a friend is murdered outside his club, Lucifer becomes involved in the police investigation and eventually becomes a civilian consultant for the Homicide department. While the show starts as a procedural with fantastical elements, it gradually develops into a complex storyline featuring God, demons, time-travel, and the introduction of Lucifer's angelic siblings. Originally airing on Fox Network for three seasons before its cancellation, the show was revived by Netflix for an additional three seasons due to overwhelming fan support. Prepare to be captivated by the detailed world-building, stunning visuals, and top-notch performances as Lucifer navigates the complexities of his existence. - Alyse Wax
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Creator: Ronald D. Moore.
Cast: Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Duncan Lacroix, Sophie Skelton
While Outlander leans more towards historical drama and romance, it features a pivotal fantasy element - time travel. Caitriona Balfe stars as Claire, a WWII nurse who finds herself transported back to 1743 after encountering mystical standing stones. There, she falls in love with Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan), a rebel Highlander. The show takes viewers on an epic journey across continents and eras, exploring the profound romance between Claire and Jamie and their struggles against the backdrop of sociopolitical events. Combining sweeping romance with historical significance, Outlander is a binge-worthy series that captures the heart and mind alike. - Haleigh Foutch
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Created by: Matt Groening
Cast: Abbi Jacobson, Eric Andre, Nat Faxon, John DiMaggio, Billy West, and Noel Fielding
Created by the mastermind behind The Simpsons and Futurama, Disenchantment marks Matt Groening's foray into the world of Netflix. This medieval fantasy series takes place in the fictional realm of Dreamland, where a rebellious princess embarks on a complex journey through a captivating and often unpredictable world. Accompanied by her elf companion Elfo and her "personal demon" Luci, the show delves into the princess's adventures while also offering a charming and comedic narrative. While it may take some time to fully embrace its fantastical elements, Disenchantment is a delightful escape into an enchanting realm. - Adam Chitwood
House of the Dragon
Olivia Cooke, Paddy Considine, Evie Allen, Steve Toussaint, Eve Best, Shani Smethurst, House of the Dragon
HBO's House of the Dragon takes the fantasy television world to new heights. As the first spin-off from Game of Thrones, this series boasts an expansive scope and an impressive budget. Set in the world of Westeros, House of the Dragon encompasses a royal drama that surpasses the boundaries of its predecessor. Centered around the Targaryen family, the show delves into their epic civil war that shakes the entire kingdom. With meticulous attention to detail and stunning visuals, House of the Dragon is a feast for the eyes. Prepare to be captivated by the outstanding performances of Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, and Matt Smith. Of course, what would a Game of Thrones series be without dragons? Prepare for a captivating journey into the heart of Westeros. - Tim Surette
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
Morfydd Clark and Charlie Vickers, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
In its quest for a dazzling fantasy epic, Amazon Prime Video brings J.R.R. Tolkien's world of Middle-earth to life with The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Set in the Second Age, before the events of Peter Jackson's film trilogy, this highly anticipated series delves into the creation of the infamous rings and traces Sauron's journey to becoming the realm's most notorious villain. With an infinite budget and meticulous years of development, The Rings of Power offers a visually stunning and faithful portrayal of Middle-earth. While some die-hard Tolkien fans have reservations about the pacing, this family-friendly escapade will transport you to a world of magic and wonder. - Tim Surette
Netflix took a gamble with its animated series, Arcane, which is based on the widely popular PC real-time strategy game League of Legends. However, this gamble paid off as Arcane became one of Netflix's biggest hits in 2021. Although the show may not have gained the same level of recognition in America, it dominated the charts in 52 countries worldwide. Now, it's time for the rest of the world to discover what Arcane has to offer. This visually stunning series explores a gripping storyline focused on two sisters, voiced by Ella Purnell and Hailee Steinfeld, who find themselves separated by a class conflict in a world that combines technology and magic. Surprisingly, you don't need to be familiar with League of Legends to appreciate the show. Arcane's storytelling and themes are universally appealing, and the animation is truly breathtaking. Season 1 of Arcane swept the Annie Awards, winning in all nine categories it was nominated for, including Best Series for Adults. Without a doubt, Arcane stands as one of Netflix's greatest achievements. - Tim Surette
In a world where dragons soar, witches weave spells, and heroes are forged, the realm of fantasy television series continues to captivate viewers with its enchanting tales. From the epic adventures of The Witcher and the mystical realms of Shadow and Bone to the supernatural escapades of Supernatural and the magical world of Merlin, there is no shortage of fantastical worlds to explore. With new and ongoing series like The Sandman and House of the Dragon on the horizon, the realm of fantasy TV shows no signs of dimming its allure. So, grab your spell book, don your armor, and prepare to journey into worlds where anything is possible, because the best fantasy TV series are here to whisk you away on extraordinary adventures you'll never forget.
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