The New Year 2022 promises a veritable plethora of upcoming fantasy and sci-fi TV shows. There’s new fantasy and sci-fi for everyone in 2022, here are the list of Best Sci Fi TV Shows – from long-awaited adaptations to new and intriguing forays into existing domains, and so much more.
Are you a sci-fi movie buff? Great! Let’s have a look at the top sci-fi TV shows coming out in the new year of 2022!
10. Archive 81
Archive 81 is an original supernatural horror series partly based on the popular podcast of the same name.
In the film, Archivist Dan Turner gets a job fixing a collection of broken videotapes from 1994. Reconstructing the work of Melody Pendras, a documentary filmmaker, he is dragged into the investigation of a deadly cult at the Visser apartment complex. As the season unfolds across these two timelines, Dan slowly finds himself obsessed with uncovering what happened to Melody. After the two characters establish a mysterious connection, Dan becomes certain that he can rescue her from the horrific end she faced 25 years ago.
9. In From the Cold
The life of an American single mother is flipped upside down while on vacation in Europe with her daughter when the CIA pushes her to face her long-buried past as a Russian secret agent who was also the outcome of a top-secret KGB experiment that gave her exceptional powers. Jenny is forced out of hiding after a mysterious series of manic and vicious incidents suggests someone with her exact powers is targeting innocent victims. She must stop this villain or face losing her family and new identity.
8. All of Us Are All Dead
One may as well read the accessible webtoon to find out how the plotline of the show would develop. The webtoon depicts a group of teenagers locked within a high school with the zombie contagion. The show will clearly follow their life and death predicament, with the planning and effective implementation of different escape ideas. As the contagion spreads, others outside the school will have to go to tremendous lengths to save them.
7. The Cuphead Show
The character-driven comedy chronicles the rash decisions and escapades of Cuphead and his wary but easily manipulated brother Mugman. They’ve always had each other’s backs during their many exploits around their strange home of the Inkwell Isles. Cuphead’s characters and the universe will be expanded in this new series, which will be animated in the style of legendary Fleischer cartoons from the 1930s.
6. First Kill
When it’s time for Juliette, a young vampire, to perform her first kill in order to assume her place among a strong vampire family, she lays her eyes on Calliope, a new girl in town. Calliope, much to Juliette’s dismay, is however a vampire hunter from a line of renowned slayers. Both discover that the other is far more difficult to kill and, sadly, far too easy to fall for.
5. Resident Evil
Only a few information regarding the planned live-action Resident Evil series has been released. However, according to IMDb, it will be set three decades after the T-virus was discovered, and an epidemic would unveil the Umbrella Corporation’s darkest secrets.
From what we know, the storyline is split between two timelines. The first involves Jade and Billie Wesker, 14-year-old sisters who are relocating to New Raccoon City. They begin to suspect that their father is keeping horrible secrets from them that could end the world.
The second timeline is set about a decade in the future, when only 15 million humans are left and the T-virus has infected over 6 billion animals and people. It chronicles Jade, now thirty years old, as she tries to stay alive in this world.
4. The Sandman
The Sandman is a fascinating blend of contemporary myth and dark fiction in which modern fiction, legend, and historical drama, are harmoniously interwoven. The show tells the story of Morpheus, the Dream King, as he tries to fix the cosmic — and human — errors he’s committed over his enormous existence. The Sandman is a new dark fantasy series based on Neil Gaiman’s comic book franchise for DC.
3. The Witcher: Blood Origin
Blood Origin is set in an elven world 1200 years before The Witcher’s world, and it tells the narrative of the creation of the very first prototype Witcher, as well as the events leading up to the key “conjunction of the spheres,” when the realms of monsters, mankind, and elves combined to become one.
2. Cyberpunk: Edgerunners
The 10-episode cartoon series follows a street boy attempting to survive in a future city obsessed with technology and bodily alteration. With nothing to lose, he decides to become an edgerunner — a mercenary bandit also called as a cyberpunk — in order to stay alive.
1. Vikings: Valhalla
Set over 1,000 years ago in the early 11th century, Vikings: Valhalla tells about the heroic expeditions of some of the most iconic Vikings of all time, including the legendary explorer Leif Eriksson, his fearsome and stubborn sister Freydis Eriksdotter, and the adventurous Nordic prince Harald Sigurdsson.
As conflicts between the Vikings and the English royal families reach a bloody climax, and as the Vikings themselves collide over their clashing Christian and pagan perceptions, these three Vikings embark on an epic quest that will take them across seas and battlefields, from Kattegat to England and beyond, in their quest for survival and greatness.
Set over a century after the conclusion of the original VIKINGS series, VIKINGS: Valhalla is a new adventure that marries historical accuracy and drama with brutal, visceral action. It’s indeed a must-watch show in the New Year of 2022.