House Of The Dragon

As a prequel series to Game of Thrones, HBO's House of the Dragon follows the history of House Targaryen, one of the most powerful families in Westeros. It takes place around 200 years before the short-lived reign of Daenerys Targaryen.

Raised By Wolves

The Rotten Tomatoes critics consensus calls Raised by Wolves a "bloody exploration of artificial intelligence and religious belief that will stimulate the eye and mind," but even this complimentary description falls short of the show's radical vision.


Not many shows come close to depicting the lived experiences of people during the first century BCE, at the very peak of Roman civilization. Rome covers the tumultuous transition between the Roman Republic and Roman Empire with incredible detail, from era-specific fashion design to the political factions governing the Senate.


Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy was a monumental triumph and a major cash cow for New Line Cinema. Amazon's The Rings of Power attempts to recapture the magical essence of Tolkien's brilliant writing, albeit with limited success. Despite its flaws, this prequel TV show is filled with gorgeous landscapes and stunning performances.


One of the unique components of Game of Thrones was the political dynamics that dominated the relationships between the various powerful families in Westeros. Particularly in the early seasons, this aspect of the series played an even more important role than most of the fantasy elements in the show.