The Best Sci-Fi Shows to Watch Right Now on Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Amazon, and More

Eliza Taylor, Lola Flanery, and Marie Avgeropoulos, The 100

Eliza Taylor, Lola Flanery, and Marie Avgeropoulos, The 100

The CW

Who needs reality? If you’re looking for something a little more out there than your typical cop/doctor/lawyer show, you should consider exploring the sci-fi genre. The shows on this list take place in otherworldly universes, play around with concepts like time travel and mysterious clones, and will probably get you thinking a lot about whether aliens are actually real. This world is so overrated, it’s time to try another.

From the all-time classics to the new releases ready to take their place, we’ve spent years of our lives watching everything in the sci-fi genre and have collected some favorites that are ready to stream. Below you’ll find plenty of shows across various streaming platforms that are about future societies, clones, robots with feelings, galaxies far, far away, and even immortality. Also, check out our list of all the best

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The Best Sci-Fi Shows to Watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO Max, and More

Alan Tudyk, Resident Alien

Alan Tudyk, Resident Alien

James Dittinger/Syfy

When existing in this dimension gets to be too much, as it often does, there’s no better escape than a sci-fi show. No matter your preferred streaming service, there are great ones to stream everywhere, from Netflix to Amazon to Hulu, and more. Sure, we already live in a dystopia, but you owe it to yourself to transport yourself to a more entertaining one. At least these include time travel, advanced artificial intelligence, and space cruisers.

From the all-time classics to the new releases ready to take their place, we’ve spent years of our lives watching everything in the sci-fi genre and have collected some favorites that are ready to stream. Below you’ll find plenty of shows across various streaming platforms that are about future societies, clones, robots with feelings, galaxies far, far away, and even immortality. Also, check out our list of all

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Trying To Disprove Free Will Shows That Materialism Doesn’t Work

Biologist Jerry Coyne, who is also an atheist activist, offers another post denying free will. Journalist Oliver Burkeman published an essay at the The Guardian last week, asking, “The clockwork universe: is free will an illusion?”, quoting Coyne among others. Coyne, who believes that free will is indeed an illusion, offers support at his blog. Read at your leisure but note: He ignores critical science issues around free will, including the following:

1. Nature is not deterministic. The fact that nature is not predetermined in detail has been shown quite convincingly by the experimental confirmation of Bell’s theorem in quantum mechanics. Succinctly, over the past 50 years, at least 17 teams of researchers have asked and answered the question: does the state of a system immediately prior to a quantum change determine the state of the system immediately after the quantum change? The clear answer: it does not.

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11 astonishing sci-fi shows and movies you can’t miss

The undead truly never die, and the onslaught of zombie hordes hitting Netflix this May is (un)living proof of that. It’s the first time zombies have infected Netflix this much since September 2020!

You could watch The Walking Dead, Daybreak, Black Summer, or a litany of other zombie shows and movies — or you could instead follow our carefully curated list that also incorporates a mix of the most important bits of science fiction this month.

If you find yourself hungering for a taste of tomorrow this May, sink your teeth into these 11 science fiction shows and movies, with special attention given to some options that explore post-apocalyptic fiction and zombies. However, it’s not all flesh-eating ghouls! We’ll always focus on what’s new, original, or leaving Netflix soon.

The Mitchells vs. The Machines is a family road trip gone horribly wrong.Netflix

From producers Phil

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