Want a good fantasy TV series to keep you busy for hours? Watch no more than Amazon Prime Video. From witches and magic to devils and superheroes, there is something for every fantasy lover.
Best Fantasy TV Series On Prime Video
So Let’s start with the first one…
If you’re into sissy emeralds, comedy hints, and lots of fun between Michael Shane and David Tennant, then Good Omens is the show for you. Featuring angels, demons, witches, and a literal antichrist, Good Omens is a wonderful adaptation of the 1990 novel by Neil Gammon and Terry Pratchett’s, in which you have to say “just one more event” each time a credit rolls.
Boys … that’s not the kind of superhero fare we’re expecting. All the healthy, charming superhero sticks come out of the window with this horrible, dark, and bloody picture of what the world would be like if some heroes were really, really bad people. It’s ridiculous, intense, and twisted – but certainly not for the faint of heart.
Carnival Row – Fantasy TV Series
Carnival Row tells the story of legendary humans who, in a tense, murderous environment, are forced to hide with humans in plain sight. Playing Orlando Bloom as a half-fi inspector, the show uncovered a vicious conspiracy that could change the face of the city. If nothing else, it’s worth listening to all the funky names.
The Wheel Of Time
Based on Robert Jordan’s books, The Wheel of Time is an epic fantasy series starring Rosamund Pike as Moiraine Damodred. The mighty sorceress (called Aes Sedai) is tasked with finding the dragon – a chosen one whose purpose is to defeat the statue of evil and save their world from complete annihilation. With 14 books in the series, we expect Wheel of Time content to get in your way.
Teen Wolf – Fantasy TV Series
Not to be confused with the 1985 film starring Michael J. Fox, the series features Tyler Posey as Scott McCall, a young man who was bitten by a werewolf and taken away from all sorts of supernatural creatures. The city has to be defended. Get a healthy diet of teenage anger, relationship dramas, and everyday high school temptations for good measure.
Lore – Fantasy TV Series
Adapted from Aaron Mahnke’s scary podcast, Lore is a horror/fantasy anthology series that will force you to double-check the dark corners of the room before going to bed. Each episode explores a different folk tale or mystery, with everything from murderers and wolves to cursed dolls and haunted houses. See with light.
The Legend of Vox Machina
Based on the critically acclaimed web series Critical Role, The Legend of Vox Machina is an animated adult fantasy that takes a well-known group of adventurers to the legendary land of Exandria. Presenting the sound abilities of all the original web series players, The Legend of Vox Machina is a must-see for D&D lovers and newcomers alike.