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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Edwards pioneers smart watch effort to help future leaders be better, faster > Air Force Materiel Command > Article Display


The Ellington Airman Leadership School is pioneering the use of smart watches in an innovative Air Force effort to train tomorrow’s leaders to be more efficient, effective and ready in a realm of ever-escalating demands.

It’s another first for Edwards Air Force Base, California.

The school introduced smart watches and plans to implement smart rings in the near future to infuse biofeedback and personal management technology into the curriculum.

This will help students improve their physical exercise, their sleep, their timing of when to tackle which tasks and other benefits that will help them be better leaders and accomplish more professionally and personally, said Master Sgt. Chad Hardesty, ALS commandant.

At a place where records and firsts are most often achieved in the skies above the base, this first came about in an ALS classroom.

It didn’t, however, take place in a vacuum.


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