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Five Upcoming TV Fantasy Series To Fulfill Your “Game Of Thrones” Needs

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HBO’s Game of Thrones has been captivating fans since 2011. Since then, television shows have tried to compete against the popular television show, but many have not come close. Now that the HBO series is concluding next year, these five notable shows may have a chance to win fans.  

Good Omens

Fans of David Tennant (Doctor Who) and Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex) will love Good Omens. Based on the 1990 novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, the Amazon fantasy series is set in a world where biblical stories are true. With a star-studded cast, including Jon Hamm and Nick Offerman, Good Omens is sure to be a promising series for every lover of good storytelling.

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The Lord Of The Rings

If you’re a fan of The Lord of the Rings films and J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels, then be prepared for next year’s Amazon television adaptation of the iconic fantasy. Already promising five seasons, the series will focus on a variety of side stories referenced in Tolkien’s novels. Will you be watching?

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His Dark Materials

If you grew up reading Harry Potter and you crave more adventures, BBC’s upcoming fantasy series, His Dark Materials, is your cup of tea. Mirroring The Golden Compass, the new series tells the story of two children who grow up while traveling across parallel worlds. His Dark Materials is the definition of a quality fantasy story.

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The Dark Tower

One name: Stephen King. The name alone should convince you to watch this upcoming Amazon television series based on King’s fantasy. Detailing the journey of gunslinger Roland and his friends as they try to reach the Dark Tower, the point of the multiverse, The Dark Tower is the companion to the 2017 feature film of the same name.

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Game Of Thrones Prequels

If you’re worried about what to watch after Game of Thrones ends next year, don’t be! According to HBO President Casey Bloys, as many as five prequel series are currently planned. Are you interested in exploring what happened before Game of Thrones? No matter how many prequels HBO produces, you will want to watch more of your favorite medieval fantasy.

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