One doesn’t need to look far to notice we live in the Age of the Geek. Superhero blockbusters regularly break box office records while time-honored geek franchises are back in vogue. Meanwhile, many TV reviewers claim we live in the golden age of TV. With so many good shows out there, it becomes almost impossible to keep track of all of them. So what do you get when you cross these two trends? You get plenty of interesting, exciting new sci-fi and fantasy shows. With every new year comes the New Year’s resolutions. While some people try to quit smoking or get in shape, here at QuirkyByte we would like to keep our goals more manageable. Our New Year’s resolution is to simply check out the top 5 Sci-Fi and Fantasy TV Shows of 2016.
1) THE SHANNARA CHRONICLES
Amberle (Poppy Drayton) is an elven princess who needs to end up one of the seven picked watchmen of the sacred tree Ellcrys, which keeps a multitude of evil presences detained. Wil (Austin Butler) is a young fellow who needs to take in the mending expressions. Eretria (Ivana Baquero) is a forager attempting to make due in the wild. At the point when Ellcrys starts to wilt, these youngsters are joined by the druid Allanon (Manu Bennett ) to keep a multitude of underhandedness from getting away from their ghastly jail and obliterating the world. What’s more, it is a peculiar world in fact, for in spite of all the enchantment, it exists on the post-prophetically calamitous remains of our own Earth.
After Earth is vanquished by an extraterrestrial attack compel, American regular citizens battle under the occupation. Penned inside goliath dividers revolving around whole urban communities, the general population are managed by a military government drove by household associates, with baffling outsider champions avoided locate. Will Bowman (Josh Holloway – Lost) is a previous Army Ranger and an FBI Special Agent? Presently filling in as a truck driver, Will is really an agent inside the Resistance, working with his better half, Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies – The Walking Dead, Prison Break), to locate their missing child.
3) THE MAGICIANS
Quentin Coldwater (Jason Ralph) is an understudy in a New York secondary school considering his alternatives before picking a school. With his companions Julia (Stella Maeve) and James (Michael Cassidy) he finds that enchantment exists. Enlisting in the concealed Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy, Quentin soon finds that the universe of enchantment is far darker that he could have envisioned. Does this sound like Harry Potter? Maybe, yet that is not really an awful thing.
As far back as he was a tyke, Kyle Barnes (Patrick Fugit) was reviled to see his friends and family surrender to evil ownership. Decades later, Kyle unites with Reverend Anderson (Philip Glenister) to realize why is he being spooky by these extraordinary events.
5) LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
Tear Hunter (Arthur Darvill – Doctor Who) is a time traveler from the future amassing a group of current legends, mavericks, and vigilantes. Among them: Ray Palmer otherwise known as The Atom (Brandon Routh – Superman Returns), a creator of a power-suit equipped for contracting to the sub-atomic level; Mick Rory otherwise known as Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell – Prison Break), a pyromaniac with a capable warmth firearm; Sara Lance otherwise known as White Canary (Caity Lotz – Arrow), a professional killer turned-vigilante. They and others of their kind are determined to forestall undying warlord Vandal Savage (Casper Crump) from vanquishing our reality.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe may govern the movies, yet TV appears about DC Comics superheroes have substantiated themselves well known with the gatherings of people. Legends of Tomorrow unites characters of shows, for example, Arrow and The Flash in an epic experience traversing space and time.