Game of Thrones Is Over. What Fantasy Series Should You Watch Next?

By Staff Reporter - 18 Jun '19 11:23AM

Game of Thrones fans, your watch has finally ended. After 73 episodes over eight seasons, HBO's Game of Thrones is over, and it has left a void the size of Westeros in every fan's life.

Thanks to the Old Gods and the New, Game of Thrones may not ever really end. There's a Game of Thrones prequel in the works, one of the several planned, and all the die-hard fans couldn't be more excited.

But what to do with your life while you wait for the new GoT-inspired TV series? Here are the top fantasy series you can binge-watch right now, as they all have various dramatic elements you loved about GoT.



Knightfall is a historical fiction drama about the Knights Templar and their ultimate fall. It follows the fictional leader of the Templar, Landry du Lauzon (Tom Cullen), and his quest for the Holy Grail.

There are plenty of battles in the Holy Land, lots of betrayals, and a great portion of politics and swordplay, which you would surely appreciate as a Game of Thrones fan.

The series also features Jim Carter as Pope Boniface VIII, Mark Hamill as the veteran Templar Master Talus, Simon Merrells as another veteran Templar, Tancrede de Hautville, and many other talented actors.


Outlander is a historical fiction drama based on a time travel novel series of the same name. It follows the WWII nurse, Claire (Caitriona Balfe), and her mysterious time travel into 1743 Scotland.

There's a lot of intrigues, violence, and battles in Outlander, as well as a lot of romance. You should definitely start binge-watching it if you want to transport into the fantasy world that's a bit reminiscing of Game of Thrones.


Vikings is a historical drama that follows the life of a Norse hero Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), a Viking farmer turned warrior turned Earl turned the Scandinavian King. It all starts with his desire to sail across the sea, and explore and raid the distant lands, such as England.

The series is full of battles, violence, intrigue, and betrayal, and the entire crew makes it even more alluring. If you still haven't gotten around to watch it, now's a perfect time.

Black Sails

Black Sails is a historical adventure series that follows the story of Captain Flint (Toby Stephens) and his pirates, coming from the prequel of the novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.

It's an incredibly exciting pirate show that isn't very similar to Game of Thrones, but if you're a GoT fan, you'll surely appreciate all the intrigues and battles.

Da Vinci's Demons

Da Vinci's Demons is certain to fill that GoT void in your life, as it's also set in ancient times, and it's full of magic, and intriguing, complex characters. It also focuses on numerous political schemes between the Pazzi and Medici families situated in the Republic of Florence.

Although the series includes a lot of historical facts, it isn't 100% historically accurate. So, don't worry about the inaccuracies, but instead, focus on the fantastic adventures of the genius that was Da Vinci (Tom Riley).

Penny Dreadful

Penny Dreadful is a perfect choice if you love your fantasy and drama with a dash of horror. It's quite different from Game of Thrones, but it's ideal for GoT fans because of its mystery, and fantasy elements.

The series is a mix of fictional characters from 19th-century Gothic novels, including Dorian Gray (Reeve Carney), Dracula (Christian Camargo), Mina Harker (Olivia Llewellyn), Van Helsing (David Warner), Victor Frankenstein (Harry Treadaway), Henry Jekyll (Shazad Latif), and the lead witch Vanessa Ives (Eva Green).

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