Did you like “Sweet Tooth”? Here are other dystopian series to discover!

“Sweet Tooth” is Netflix’s newest original production – and it wasn’t long before Jeff Lemire’s comic book adaptation became one of the most acclaimed and best-received titles on the platform. .

The story takes us to a dystopian future in which humanity has been wiped out by a deadly virus. Survivors were forced to fight for their place on the planet and rebuild society as they knew it – but they realized that with the pandemic a new breed of hybrids between humans and animals began to show. their faces (permeating an atmosphere that prefigures a witch hunt and civil war).

Executive produced by Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey, the series is a touching analysis of what fear of the unknown can do, putting the spotlight on a little deer that sets off in search of its lost mother. .

And, for those who’ve marathoned production before, CinePOP has separated a short list with seven other titles on dystopian realities to make you marathon.

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TOMORROW’S EXPRESS (2020 – PRESENT)

Where to watch: Netflix, TNT

Number of seasons: 02

In ‘Expresso do Tomorrow’, a group of researchers create an experiment capable of ending the threat of global warming, but their plans don’t go as planned and they end up wiping out almost all life on Earth, which, in their opinion, does not go as planned. turn, turns into a desert of ice. The only survivors travel the planet aboard a train called Snowpiercer, but not everyone is resigned to the situation. With this, a revolution is about to break out.

ADMIRABLE NEW WORLD (2020)

Where to watch: Globoplay

Number of seasons: 01

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Loosely based on Aldous Huxley’s book of the same name, Brave New World, it depicts a utopian society that manages to achieve peace and stability through the prohibition of monogamy, privacy, money, family and history itself. Curious to explore life beyond the confines of this community, Bernard Marx (Harry Lloyd) and Lenina Crowne (Jessica Brown Findlay) travel to the Wilderness, where they engage in a heart-wrenching and violent rebellion. But the price of challenging the rules will be too high, putting the current order on a collision course with forbidden love and revolution.

Where to watch: Netflix

Number of seasons: 05

The acclaimed production ‘Black Mirror’, created by Charlie Brooker, is one of the premier productions of the dystopian genre and one of the titles that most catches our attention. The series, which spans five seasons, one film and one interactive episode, analyzes the impact of human ambition for technological progress in a pessimistic and raw way, bringing themes of interactivity and individuality. in the most unexpected way possible.

3% (2016 – 2020)

Where to watch: Netflix

Number of seasons: 04

Created by Pedro Aguilera and starring names like Bianca Comparato and João Miguel, “3%” is one of the series that has most revolutionized the Brazilian entertainment scene, mainly by opening the doors of the post-apocalyptic genre in the country. In the series, the planet has become a devastated place. The continent is a miserable, decaying and destitute region of Brazil. At twenty, every citizen has the chance to undergo the Process, a rigorous selection of physical, moral and psychological tests that offers the possibility of going up to the high seas, a region where everything is abundant and where life opportunities are numerous. However, only 3% of applicants will succeed.

Where to watch: Netflix

Number of seasons: 03

Six years after a brutal virus slaughtered nearly the entire population of Scandinavia, two Danish brothers decide to leave the safety of their bunker to check on what’s going on outside their fortress. In the middle of the rubble, they find a group of young survivors and together they will go to the end to find only one hope for a better life.

THE 100 (2014 – 2020)

Where to watch: Netflix

Number of seasons: 07

When a nuclear war destroyed civilization and planet Earth, the only survivors were 400 people who were in 12 orbiting space stations. 97 years and three generations later, the population already numbered 4,000, but resources are already scarce. To secure the future, a group of a hundred young people are sent to the surface of the Earth to find out if it is habitable. With the survival of the human race in their hands, these young people need to overcome their differences and join forces to cross their path together.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Number of seasons: 04

What would have happened to the world if Allied forces had lost World War II? Twenty years after the defeat, the planet is now divided between Japan and Germany, the largest hegemonic states. As the tension between these two hegemonies grows, and it has drastic consequences in the United States and in the opposing states.

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