5 Shows You Must Watch If You Loved Silo And Can’t Wait For Season 2
There is a way to help you wait until Silo returns with a new season.
Silo is a new Apple TV Plus series that debuted in May, but has already generated a lot of buzz. The reason for this is the show's drama-packed storyline, which always keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Even though it's easy to predict some of the plot twists, most of the time fans were left shocked by new cliffhangers.
And with the season 1 finale airing on June 30 and season 2 likely a year away, fans of the dystopian show have the opportunity to give shows as addictive as Silo a chance.
1. The Man in the High Castle
The show takes place in a parallel universe where the unimaginable has happened: the Nazis have triumphed in World War II and the world has been brought under a totalitarian regime.
2. Altered Carbon
This Netflix show is considered to be one of the most underrated of the genre. The show tells the story of a man who is stashed for decades and is awakened to help solve a murder.
In this dystopian future, people are allowed to transfer their consciousness into artificially-created bodies called sleeves, making them nearly immortal.
3. Neon Genesis Evangelion
This 1995 Netflix series is considered to be one of the best anime ever made. The story of the show follows Shinji Ikari, who is forced by his estranged father to join a mysterious organization called Nerv to pilot a giant bio-machine called Evangelion.
4. Raised by Wolves
The story of this series is set in a far future where two androids have been given the responsibility of raising human children. The androids soon discover that humans are adopting different religious doctrines, which threatens to tear the new civilization apart.
5. Brave New World
This show is based on Huxley’s novel, and is a modern take of the iconic book. The story is about a society of self-proclaimed Utopians, a society where the citizens are beginning to question the strict laws that are in place to control monogamous relationships and their privacy.