No Zombies, No Problem:

15 Must-Watch Post-Apocalyptic TV Show

Post-apocalyptic shows are great to escape from reality. But sometimes, we all can do without zombies.

To the Lake

RGBchocolate nominated, “To the Lake. It's a very down-to-earth view of a pandemic, no zombies nonsense, entirely believable, the second season isn't as great as the first, but it's still decent.”

Into the Night

RGBchocolate also nominated, Into the Night. It takes place during the apocalypse. However, the second season declined a lot. But you can binge the first season in one evening. I'm not sure I can recommend the second.”

The 100

Redditor iangeredcharlesvane2 answered, “The 100. It gets really good after a somewhat cheesy start. The last two seasons are very different, so you can stop before that if you want to keep it in the good years.”


Redditor iangeredcharlesvane2 also nominated, “See. It's better than the premise makes it sound, with great world-building sets and action. Jason Momoa rocks as the lead dude.”

The Stand

It's based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. “I thought it was great acting, but fans of the book didn't love this adaptation. However, I enjoyed it as I love almost all post-apocalyptic shows, and it was an interesting idea.”

12 Monkeys

A Redditor volunteered, “12 Monkeys is on Hulu, with four complete seasons planned out with an excellent ending, fun characters, and sets. There is also time travel, but the time travel is done well. It's an entertaining show.”

Brave New World

Although it has good actors, a slick story, and a creative set and world design, the “lucky people” end up in a utopian society, and the rest are in a failed uncontrolled society of random factions.

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