8 of the Most Binge-Worthy Sci-Fi Shows

Stranger Things

This nostalgic series set in the 1980s follows a group of kids who encounter strange occurrences in their small town, including government experiments and alternate dimensions

Black Mirror

Each episode of this anthology series explores a different dystopian or speculative scenario related to modern society's relationship with technology

The Expanse

Based on a series of novels, this show is set in a future where humanity has colonized the solar system, leading to political intrigue, interplanetary conflict, and mysterious alien technology


Set in a futuristic theme park populated by lifelike androids, this series explores themes of consciousness, morality, and the nature of reality

Battlestar Galactica (2004)

A reimagining of the 1978 series, this show follows the last remnants of humanity as they flee from their robotic enemies, the Cylons, while searching for a new home

The Mandalorian

Set in the Star Wars universe, this series follows a lone bounty hunter as he navigates the outer reaches of the galaxy, encountering new characters and challenges along the way.

Doctor Who

This long-running British series follows the adventures of the Doctor, a Time Lord who travels through time and space in the TARDIS, a spaceship disguised as a British police box, encountering aliens, historical figures, and other wonders


Despite only running for one season, this cult classic follows the crew of the spaceship Serenity as they navigate a distant star system on the fringes of society, blending elements of science fiction and western genres