The Only 5 Sci-Fi Shows Outlander Fans Will Need to Survive Droughtlander


When it comes to surviving the dreaded Droughtlander, there are plenty of other sci-fi series to keep you entertained. Outlander fans can appreciate how the show merges history and time travel, but there are other captivating worlds waiting to be explored. Here are five sci-fi series that will help pass the time.

"The Man in the High Castle" takes us to an alternate reality where the Axis powers won World War II. Amidst the Japanese occupation, a woman discovers a collection of films that show different outcomes for the war, leading her down a path of resistance.


"The X-Files," a cult classic, follows FBI agents investigating paranormal phenomena, including time travel. With compelling chemistry between the protagonists, it's sure to captivate fans.

"Timeless" combines sci-fi and historical drama as a trio journeys through time to prevent a terrorist from changing history.

"A Discovery of Witches" may not resemble Outlander, but it features time travel and forbidden romance. A witch and a vampire form an unlikely alliance to protect a powerful artifact.

And finally, we have "Doctor Who." Diana Gabaldon was inspired by this iconic series when creating Outlander's time-travel plot. With both classic and revival seasons available, this family-friendly show immerses viewers in different historical periods through the Doctor's adventures.

So, if you're in need of a distraction during Droughtlander, these sci-fi series will transport you to thrilling new worlds and keep you eagerly awaiting the return of Outlander.


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