Top 10 SYFY Original Series Gained Popularity in 20210 (0)
Here we are all set for the new seasons of Stranger Things and The Handmaid’s Tale, but still, there are several upcoming shows on the list of 2021. Whether it is Superman or secret small town aliens, here we have a list of the top 10 Syfy original series that gained popularity in 2021.
Read this blog and get to know more about the premium shows and series of SYFY by considering these Top 10 SYFY Original Series.
1. The Nevers
This Syfy, The Nevers set in the Victorian era, follows a group of superpowered women in a big ol’ science fiction story, but the behind-the-scenes shake-ups will leave you fascinated. Joss Whedon, who created the series, but took some time off, since he departed well into the production. Its cast consists of Laura Donnelly, Olivia Williams, James Norton, Tom Riley, Ann Skelly, and Nick Frost. Apart from Whedon, the show hails from several other Buffy/Angel-era alums, including Doug Petrie and Jane Espenson as well. And also, it is an HBO, without any doubt the production quality should be rock solid. The series is slated to debut in the summer of this year.
As you know that Avengers is famous for its time-twisting events, it started when Endgame provided a fascinating set-up for a Loki series on Disney+, where the God of Mischief disappearing with the Tesseract into parts unknown. Loki’s first trailer is crazy, where Loki zips across eras and possibly launching a presidential bid along the way. It seems to be a vehicle to show off the greatness of Tom Hiddleston, basically, and it is not what we all deserve. It is also a kind of many Marvel shows in the works for Disney+. The show is tentatively expected to release around May 2021, this year.
3. Resident Alien
It is a sort of small-town murder mystery, with a mix of (This Is Us), all with an alien, which is played by Alan Tudyk in this piece of Syfy in the middle of the bizarro action, based on the acclaimed Dark Horse comic of the same name. The list of the cast is as follows, Tudyk is joined by Sara Tomko, Corey Reynolds, Alice Wetterlund, and Terminator alum Linda Hamilton. It is all set for the premiere on Jan. 27 on SYFY.
4. Superman & Lois
This series of Superman and Lois brings back our own Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch’s Lois Lane, as the duo look to report the big stories at The Daily Planet, who raise their family and save the world with their powers a few times along the way.
5. Y: The Last Man
It looks like we were hearing about a potential adaptation of Y: The Last Man for years, but now it is all finally set to hit the airwaves. This series follows the survivors in this world since they try hard to rebuild humanity. The comic is one of the most praised comics of the modern era, and its story is an ambitious and gorgeous one.
6. The Book of Boba Fett
It is quite surprising that Disney+ is giving Boba Fett, played by Temuera Morrison, his very own miniseries of sorts, as it is revealed at the end of The Mandalorian’s second season finale. Boba and his mercenary pal Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen) became key players in The Mandalorian’s second season final arc, and now they are off to establish their criminal syndicate in Jabba the Hutt’s old stomping grounds. This show will debut near December 2021, with a proper third season of The Mandalorian, which will follow in 2022.
7. MacGruber (Peacock)
The SNL spy spoof, which is starring Will Forte, is getting here the full series treatment at Peacock. The concept is based on the extremely handy agent MacGyver, the guy who can build a bomb out of bubblegum and a pencil and was already been turned into a movie back in 2010. Forte is all set to reprise the role for this series and is also attached as a producer. Sadly, MacGruber is not as adept as MacGyver is there in the series when it comes to solving the problem of the world. Here you will find plenty of laughs and explosions when this one hits streaming, which is currently slated for the back half of 2021.
Apple’s streaming service has already taken some big tasks with genre shows, and projects like See, Servant, and For All Mankind have already been renewed for second seasons. This series is based on the sci-fi book series by Issac Asimov and spans centuries. Its cast includes Lee Pace, Jared Harris, and Laura Birn. The producer of this series is David S. Goyer and David Ellison. There is no word yet on a premiere date, but the hope is to drop it in 2021.
9. Cowboy Bebop
One of the most praised anime sci-fi stories in history is now finally getting the big-budget, and live-action treatment, thanks to Netflix. It is a big, stunning, future-set sci-fi world, and it’ll be brought to life when stars John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, and Alex Hassell also become a part of it. Its premiere is planned for mid-to-late 2021.
10. The Lord of the Rings
Series is a massive, expensive, and ambitious adaptation of the Lord of the Rings franchise that has been in the works for a while now. It is all tentatively set to premiere in late 2021, but we do not have any formal date.