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What to Watch If You Love Maze Runner

Updated March 26, 2019 573 votes 155 voters 7.2k views20 items

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While Maze Runner and its subsequent films are a thing of the past, fans everywhere seek similar films and TV shows to get their action-thriller fix. When it comes to top dystopian movies, it was no surprise to anyone when Maze Runner smashed the box office upon its release in 2014. The film, based on the 2009 novel of the same name has garnered a significant fan base and now that its two sequels, Maze Runner: Scorch Trials and Maze Runner: The Death Cure have come and gone, you'll be happy to hear there are plenty of TV shows and movies like Maze Runner.

Fortunately, the Sci-Fi action thriller genre is rife with amazing examples in both film and television so there is plenty to watch after Maze Runner. Some of the obvious greats within the genre are the Hunger Games franchise and Indiana Jones, but there are many more to choose from that are similar and amazing. The best aspect of the genre isn't simply the single entries you can watch and enjoy—most of the films found here are but one in a series of movies. That gives you more options to watch after Maze Runner than are presented on this list.

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