Wondering what to watch after The 100? If the post-apocalyptic sci-fi series got you hungry for more grave looks at our future, you're in luck! It seems our fascination with survivalist stories of the end times is not coming any time soon, because there are loads of movies and TV shows like The 100. Browse this list for some great recommendations.
What movies and TV shows have a similar vibe to The 100? The Walking Dead is a great TV series that finds a rag-tag group of survivors doing everything they can to adapt to a world dominated by zombie-like creatures known as “walkers.” The Leftovers takes place three years after an event known as the "Sudden Departure," in which 2% of the world's population suddenly disappeared. When it comes to movie recommendations for The 100 fans, Academy Award Best Picture nominee Mad Max: Fury Road is an elaborate car chase that takes place in a dystopian future. Other good moves and shows featured on this list include Dominion, Interstellar, and Children of Men.
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