If you’ve just finished watching Westworld, you’re probably looking for other similar shows to Westworld to watch. This list includes other shows like Westworld, which should keep you busy until the next season of the hit HBO show returns.
When it comes to movies like Westworld, the most obvious choice is the Westworld movie – this 1973 film set the stage for the TV series, over 40 years later. And, if you’re a huge fan of Michael Crichton, several other adaptations based on his works appear on this list, most notably Jurassic Park and Futureworld – the 1976 film that takes place after the events of the Westworld movie. If you’re looking for shows with a contemporary western feel (as found on Westworld), consider High or Hell Water, too.
TV shows like Westworld include several shows that show the relationship between humans and robots. Among them: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, The Prisoner, Battlestar Galactica, Humans, Almost Human, and Dollhouse. In many of these shows, characters question the nature of their reality – one of the biggest themes in Westworld.
Westworld fans: Do you have any additional suggestions for similar shows or movies to Westworld? Vote for your top choices, and add any that you believe are worthy of a spot on this list.
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