Science has shown us that the possibilities in this world are limitless, and scientists are trying to discover something that will change the course of history every day. Science is constantly evolving, and as it shows us possibilities, our imagination develops, thinking about what we can do in the future.
Science has made the whole world a completely different place today than it was a hundred years ago. Science fiction, stories that fictionalize the possibilities of scientific study, has long remained popular. Mary Shelley's iconic book ‘Frankenstein’ is considered her first science fiction novel. Later, H. G. Wells and Arthur C. Clarke. It has become increasingly popular among writers such as Clarke. Now let's check out the most acclaimed science fiction movies on Netflix.
Are there people in the world who live in each other's minds? That's the question that immediately comes to mind when you watch this sensational series. 'Sense8' tells the story of eight people who are connected in strange ways and can feel each other's feelings, feelings, and what is going on in their minds. In the series, we see how they manage to survive against enemies and help each other. They also try to find ways in which this feeling can be stopped permanently.
Creators: J. Michael Straczynski, Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski
Starring: Bae Doona, Jamie Clayton, Tina Desai
Stranger Things (2016)
'Stranger Things' became the most popular Netflix original series following the release of the second season. The series is set in a small American town called Hawkins, where a group of scientists’ experiments. A little girl named Eleven was raised in a certain way by her father, who used her to open a door to another dimension called Upside down.
However, when the scientists attempt to close the gateway to Upside down, they are unable to close it completely, and the deadly monsters there enter the real world. One thing that's unique about the series is the use of child protagonists, and each of these actors gives a great performance.
Starring: Matt Duffer, Ross Duffer
Stars: Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Winona Ryder
The Rain (2018)
Third on our list is the 2018 series The Rain, which is the best sci-fi series on Netflix made recently.
‘The Rain ' is a combination of science fiction and a post-apocalyptic society. The series tells the story of two brothers who try to escape death. In the series, Death is revealed to be a disease-carrying dangerous virus that has already killed most of the population of the Scandinavian countries on which the show is based.
Only a few survivors of the series remain, and among them are the series ' lead characters. They have to look for their father, who is a leading scientist and can provide them with a solution or cure for the virus.
Creators: Jannik Tai Mosholt, Christian Potalivo, Esben Toft Jacobsen
Cast: Alba August, Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard
The OA (2016)
OA is the story of a girl named Prairie Johnson who escaped from captivity. But there were two very important changes before and after the girl disappeared. He was blind when he disappeared and now has excellent vision. Second, he no longer likes to be called by his old name and prefers the name OA. The story of this series is quite complex and you have to watch the series to understand it. The cinematography and acting of the series are also quite impressive.
Creators: Zal Batmanglij, Brit Marling
Starring: Brit Marling, Jason Isaacs, Scott Wilson
If you make a list for best sci-fi series/shows on Netflix, 'Maniac' definitely should be in the list. The series ' characters are named Annie Landsberg and Owen Milgrim respectively. Both have mild psychological problems. While Annie suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder, Owen has been a victim of schizophrenia. The characters willingly take part in a medical experiment in which we see them connecting uniquely.
They enter stages known as pill-triggered dreams and share dreams. They have two such dreams, each of which has a different name, personality, and identity. The company that came up with the idea believes it is the best possible way for mental illness to be treated. But is it as easy as it looks?