The all upcoming and new sci-fi shows that will be released in 2021 has been prepared for you. Apple Plus, Disney Plus, Netflix, and many other platforms are coming with science fiction!
In 2020, many science fiction shows were canceled or had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. However, the year 2021 will make a comeback with the science fiction series. Besides long-running TV series such as Star Trek and Doctor Who, productions such as Stranger Things and The Mandalorian will return with their new season.
We have prepared science fiction series for you that will be released on many broadcast platforms. Have a pleasant time.
Every New Sci-Fi TV Show Releasing In 2021
1- The Book of Boba Fett
The Book of Boba Fett will be released in December 2021 as a spin-off of Disney Plus’s The Mandalorian series. We watch the stories of Boba Fett and Fennec Shand as he regains his armor in Season 2 of The Mandalorian. This could also mean that Timothy Olyphant will include the return of Cobb Vanth, a Field Marshal who used to wear this armor and also lives on Tatooine.
2- Resident Alien
In ‘Resident Alien’, a comedy-drama series, the character named Harry becomes one party in an investigation. However, Harry is not a normal person, but an alien trying to hide on Earth. His name is Captain Hah Re. Hah Re is trying to adapt to society, but for him, it is very difficult.
3- Tribes of Europa
The drama is set in the near future, in 2074. The continent is split between 3 tribes fighting for control. Three siblings, Kiano, Liv, and Elija are caught up in the conflict when they come into possession of a mysterious cube.
Foundation is an Apple Plus line. Adapted from Isaac Asimov’s sci-fi series, the Foundation series focuses on the difficult struggle of Hari Seldon, who tries to save the Galactic Empire from destruction. The character of Hari Seldon is played by Jared Harris, who starred in remarkable productions such as Chernobyl, Mad Man, Sherlock Holmes: A Games of Shadows. Apart from Harris, the lead role of the series also features the name Lee Pace.
Although it was first announced in 2013, it was postponed and canceled many times. This year, as with many TV shows, production was interrupted in 2020 due to the epidemic, with re-shoots to shoot the sixth episode and the top five retreats. Halo expected to debut in early 2021.
Steven Spielberg is producing the production, which is the screen adaptation of the phenomenal game series Halo.
6- Star Trek: Prodigy
Star Trek is a huge brand and continues to grow. Star Trek: Prodigy will be an animated series that will air on Nickelodeon. This animated series will follow a group of vigilantes who discover an abandoned Starfleet ship and set out to the stars on a journey of adventure, meaning, and redemption.
7- Star Wars: The Bad Batch
Star Wars continues to multiply and grow in productions like Star Trek. The content, which will be released exclusively on Disney Plus, is a continuation of the Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith story. This period is known as “The Dark Times” and it looks like Bad Batch will be forced to become mercenaries. They look like the Star Wars equivalent of A-Team and have hinted that they will be drawn to the rise of a criminal organization called Crimson Dawn.
8- Star Wars: Visions
Star Wars: Visions, another Disney Plus Star Wars special, will give the franchise an anime comeback. Little information has been shared for Star Wars: Visions and fans are eagerly awaiting the show’s release date.
It has been announced that the main actors of AMC’s upcoming animated series “Pantheon” will feature Paul Dano, Taylor Schilling, Aaron Eckhart, and Rosemarie Dewitt.
The first season will consist of eight episodes and focus on the young character Maddie, who gets mysterious help from a stranger. Maddie will convey that the stranger’s consciousness was brought to him as a result of a brain scan after his deceased father David was used in an experiment.
10- Station Eleven
Dystopic science fiction is still hugely popular, and as a result, WarnerMedia released Emily St. He signed up to adapt the apocalyptic novel Station Eleven, written by John Mandel. While Nabhaan Rizwan and Philippine Velge share the lead roles of the series, the cast also includes actors such as Mackenzie Davis, Himesh Patel, and David Wilmot.