In this list of 10 new shows to watch after Agents of SHIELD fans can fall in love, you’ll find everything from Agent Carter to The Tomorrow People.
The fourth and final season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is quickly approaching. It’s going to be hard to say goodbye to all of the people who love you. S.H.I.E.L.D.’s storylines have always piqued the interest of the show’s viewers for their outlandishness while remaining compelling. Daisy, Coulson, May, Fitz, and Simmons, along with the rest of the team, have been through it all, from a plot involving the Kree creating Inhumans to traveling into the future to save it.
Allies morphed into adversaries, while some adversaries softened their positions. However, the show’s central themes of reunion, justice, and self-discovery helped to make it stand out. Here are some suggestions for shows to watch in the near future to help fill the void left by the ones mentioned above.
1. Agent Carter
S.H.I.E.L.D.’s predecessor, Agent Peggy Carter, is a good point of reference for this comparison. Because there were only two seasons of Agent Carter, it’s much easier to watch all of it at once.
This show serves two purposes: it serves as a prequel, and it contains much of what fans love about Daisy and her friends. It centers on two friends who grow closer as they stand up for what they believe in. It all comes down to Peggy realizing her worth.
2. Legends of Tomorrow
Arrowverse spinoff is cheesier but still contains the elements fans love about SHIELD in this Arrowverse spin-off.. In order to save the world, a motley crew of misfits must band together in order to save each other as well. They travel through time like the S.H.I.E.L.D. team to make sure nothing goes wrong.
They don’t always succeed, but for the most part, they’re successful. I’d compare the energy in this show to the first few seasons of Agents of SHIELD, so I’m excited to see where it goes.
3. The 100
Those who enjoyed the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premise of going to a post-apocalyptic Earth in the future will enjoy this CW sci-fi post-apocalyptic show. After the Ark was destroyed by nuclear war, it was evacuated by a group of troubled teenagers with criminal records.
These people are being used as test subjects by the new society to determine whether the planet can support human life once more, given that the space station is at capacity.
There were five seasons of fun space adventures on this SyFy original series before it ended in 2019. There’s a story about intergalactic bounty hunters Johnny and D’avin Jaqobi and their friend Dutch, who become rebel leaders and save the galaxy as a result.
The Killjoys, like the S.H.I.E.L.D. team, don’t follow the rules. They stand up for what they believe in, even if it means defying the rules. They are the underdogs who rise to the occasion.
5. The Librarians
TNT’s film series spin-off, which ran for four years, was full of fantasy and adventure stories. This is a perfect pairing for Marvel show fans who also enjoy The Mummy franchise.
It’s up to four new Library recruits, each with a unique set of skills, to protect and save the world as they get sucked into an intricate web of mysteries and supernatural dangers. Along the way, they form close friendships.
S.H.I.E.L.D. fans will find plenty to get excited about in the spin-off of Doctor Who’s 2005 revival. Some extraterrestrial hunters decide to form their own government agency to look into all things extraterrestrial and paranormal in order to safeguard the planet from these dangers.
The obvious resemblance to S.H.I.E.L.D.’s goal makes it a top contender for the next show that fans will watch. In spite of the fact that it was only four seasons long, it managed to pack a lot of punch.
7. Doom Patrol
With this DC superhero web series adaptation, we follow a group of tragic heroes who gained their powers as a result of their own personal tragedies.
A physical mark was left on the Doom Patrol heroes, making them unwelcome in society, similar to what happened to many of the Inhumans from Agents of SHIELD who were granted superhuman abilities in a similar manner. The Doom Patrol, like S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, has a leader in Niles Caulder, the Chief.
Fringe was a supernatural drama that pretended to be a police procedural for five seasons. a former institutionalized scientist and an FBI agent worked together on a case involving fringe science and the supernatural.
Doctor Walter Bishop and his son Peter aided Agent Olivia Dunham in discovering what was really going on when strange cases began to appear that couldn’t be explained logically. It was even more alluring because of the worldwide conspiracy.
9. Dark Matter
There are six people who have had their memories erased and are stranded in outer space with only a ship full of weapons and a destination in mind.
However, the location to which they are being transported is rapidly turning into a war zone, and they must decide on which side of the conflict they will take part. This series, like the Marvel ones, investigates how a person’s past, whether or not they remember it, affects their present-day identity.
10. The Tomorrow People
The show’s creators include CW heavyweights Julie Plec and Greg Berlanti. Lincoln Campbell fans will be happy to know that Luke Mitchell fills in for the late actor in The Tomorrow People.
There was only one season of this American remake, but it was jam-packed with sci-fi goodness to keep fans entertained. The plot revolved around a group of humans who had evolved into superhumans.