Top 10 Best TV Shows That Are Like Game Of Thrones You Can Now Follow

After the last episode of one of the most exciting TV shows in history, Game Of Thrones, you might be wondering whether there’s any other intriguing show to follow.

Well, there are some other top quality TV series that are as hot as Game Of Thrones.

This article provides insight on the very best of other TV shows as good as Game of Thrones you can now follow.

These movies offer the kind of content that fans loved about HBO’s Game Of Thrones – the drama, the sex, the battles, the magic, the royal intrigue.
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Based on the bestselling series of novels by Diana Gabaldon, Outlander stars Caitriona Balfe as a World War II-era nurse who is suddenly transported back in time to 1743. It’s then that she meets a Highland warrior named Jamie Fraser, which sets the stage for a timeline-bending narrative, a hot romance, and plenty of battles.

Black Sails

More rooted in reality than Thrones, Black Sails tells an equally complex story of the Golden Age of pirates. A prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, the series takes place twenty years before the book and follows the iconic pirate Captain Flint (played here by Toby Stephens).


An underrated tw0-season gem from the aughts, Rome was a lush, violent, sexy, and twisty HBO series that follows some of the most infamous historical figures of all time. The show depicts Julius Caesar’s reign as dictator and his betrayal by Marc Anthony, culminating in the latter’s political and romantic affair with Cleopatra.


The classic tale of the gladiator Spartacus gets the cable TV treatment, complete with all of the battles and sex. Spanning four seasons, Spartacus tells the story of the slave who organizes an uprising against his Roman captors.

The Borgias

Oscar winner Neil Jordan created this seductive historical drama that follows the infamous noble family led by the controversial Pope Alexander VI (Jeremy Irons).

The Last Kingdom

Based on The Saxon Stories series by Bernard Cornwell, this BBC / Netflix series stars Alexander Dreymon as Uhtred of Bebbanburg, a Saxon warrior who is enslaved by Vikings as a child. Raised by his captors, his allegiances are tested when he returns to his homeland.


The classic English legend gets a fresh retelling, with Joseph Fiennes starring as the ancient wizard Merlin who assists young Arthur (Jamie Campbell Brewer) to assume the throne of Camelot—much to the chagrin of Arthur’s evil half-sister, Morgan (Eva Green).

Once Upon a Time

Fairy tales come to magical life in this long-running fantasy drama, in which classic fairy tale figures like Snow White and Cinderella—as well as other Disney icons like Aladdin and Elsa—all maneuver between the real world and an enchanted alternate reality.


This History Channel original series tracks the rise of the legendary Norse figure Ragnar Lothbrok, a simple farmer turned warrior who leads a successful raid on England and advances to becoming the Scandinavian king.

The Tudors

The dramatic and bloody reign of King Henry VIII is the perfect subject matter for a TV series. Jonathan Rhys Meyers stars as the English royal, who frequently came to blows with political enemies and went through a handful of wives in pursuit of a male heir.


If you loved and cherished Game Of Thrones you might also binge on any of these movies. Just check them out.

(This article was first posted on Esquire)

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Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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