1. 11.22.63 (2016)
When a high school English teacher goes back in time to stop the Kennedy assassination, he finds that he has grown devoted to the life he lived in the past.
2. Star Trek: Discovery (2017)
Prior to Kirk, Spock, and the Enterprise was Discovery. For the first time in 50 years, Star Trek has returned to the small screen with a new ship, new characters, and new missions, all while maintaining the same ideology and hope for the future that first inspired a generation of dreamers and doers in the 1970s and 1980s.
3. Person of Interest (2011)
CIA paramilitary operative John Reese is assumed dead and partners up with reclusive billionaire Finch to prevent violent crimes in New York City by launching their own sort of justice. They’re a great fit because of Reese’s training in covert operations and Finch’s genius software-inventing intellect, respectively. Surveillance equipment allows them to work “beyond the law” and bring the correct criminal to justice.
4. Heroes (2006)
People realize that they are endowed with superhuman abilities. In order to avoid a catastrophic occurrence, their lives become intertwined.
5. Minority Report (2016)
As the year 2065 approaches, a guy plagued by the future and a cop troubled by her past team up to stop the most heinous crimes of the decade. As a law enforcement agency entrusted with discovering and destroying offenders before their crimes are committed, Precrime has been disbanded for 10 years in Washington D.C. Dash, Arthur, and Agatha – known as “precognitives” – were employed by the agency to carry out this type of justice. A major shift has occurred in the criminal justice system in 2065, where technology is relied upon more heavily than intuition by precogs to solve crimes.
6. Devs (2020)
Lily Chan, a young computer engineer at a cutting-edge computing business situated in San Francisco, investigates the corporation’s covert development section, which she feels is responsible for the murder of her partner.
7. Curfew (2019)
A severe curfew pushes individuals to dash against the clock in a death-defying race for freedom at night. In this competition, alliances and friendships are formed and dissolved at an alarming rate.
8. Quantum Leap (1989)
Dr. Sam Beckett entered into the Quantum Leap accelerator, believing that he could travel back in time within his own lifetime… To get out of the present and modify history, an unknown force had him awakened in the past when he was confronted with mirror images that were not his own. In the guise of a hologram only Sam can see and hear, Al, an observer from his own time, is Sam’s sole compass on this adventure. To get back to where he was before, Dr. Beckett must take another risk in the hopes that his next jump will bring him home.
9. Heroes Reborn (2015)
A new crop of inspiring heroes takes on the final battle between those with amazing abilities and others with sinister intents to seek and harness their skills. As these newly powerful allies come into contact with some of the show’s original characters and learn more about the universe’s fate and their own part in it, they can expect epic adventures.
10. Star Trek: Picard (2020)
After the events of Star Trek Nemesis, we follow the now-retired Admiral Picard into the next chapter of his life..
11. Gotham (2014)
GOTHAM was a city before Batman was born. Commissioner Gordon is a household name. In the criminal world, he is regarded as one of the most formidable adversaries. The tale of Gordon’s rise from a rookie investigator to the Commissioner of the Police remains unknown. As Gotham City’s breeding ground for some of the world’s most famous villains, what did it take to negotiate the many layers of depravity that permeated Gotham? Is it a coincidence that Catwoman, The Penguin, The Riddler, Two-Faced and the Joker were all born out of the same set of circumstances?
12. Powers (2015)
“Power” cases are investigated by two homicide investigators, Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim, who are both assigned to investigate these cases. How would our world be different if there were a plethora of superheroes that weren’t genuinely heroic? When you have so much clout, why not utilize it for something more sinister?
13. Odyssey 5 (2002)
Odyssey 5 is a Canadian science fiction series that aired on Showtime in the United States and Space in Canada in 2002, respectively.
Manny Coto, who worked as a scriptwriter and executive producer on the series, came up with the idea for Odyssey 5. At some time in the future, Coto has shown an interest in extending the series or bringing it to a close.
14. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (2016)
Legends are needed when heroes are not enough. The time-traveling renegade has glimpsed the future, one that he will do all in his power to prevent from happening. It is Rip Hunter’s job to bring a bunch of dissimilar characters together to take on an unstoppable threat that threatens both the world and the future of time itself. Is this ragged crew capable of defeating an immortal foe unlike any they have ever encountered?
15. The Expanse (2015)
The case of a missing young woman pulls together a tough investigator and a renegade ship’s captain in a race across the solar system to uncover the greatest conspiracy in human history.
16. The Player (2015)
Former military operator turned security specialist gets sucked into high-stakes game where affluent folks bet on his ability to thwart some of the worst crimes ever committed in Las Vegas in this action-packed thriller. The question is whether or not he can take them down from the inside and avenge his wife’s death; is it true that the House always triumphs.
17. The Umbrella Academy (2019)
The apocalypse, their father’s death, and more are all solved by a dysfunctional family of superheroes.
18. The Blacklist (2013)
As one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives, one Raymond “Red” Reddington voluntarily surrendered to the FBI in person at the FBI Headquarters in Washington D.C. They both want to eliminate dangerous criminals and terrorists, he claims. On his list of the most important criminals and terrorists the FBI cannot uncover because it doesn’t know they exist, has been compiled over the past two decades. The “Blacklist” is what Reddington refers to this. Elizabeth Keen, a rookie FBI profiler, is the only person who can speak with Reddington.
19. Condor (2018)
An algorithm Joe Turner devised was used to spy on American civilians, which led to the CIA’s involvement in a terrorist plan that threatened the lives of millions of people. based on Sydney Pollack’s Three Days of the Condor (1975).
20. Legion (2017)
This troubled young man, referred to as Legion, may be more than human. Psychiatric hospitals have seen David many times over the years since his diagnosis as schizophrenic. His experiences with voices and images become more troubling following an odd encounter with a fellow patient, and he begins to question whether or not they’re real.