Shows like Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams
Looking for shows that are like Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams? Take a look at these great shows sorted by online popularity today.
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    1. Black Mirror

    #239 most popular show yesterday

    Black Mirror is a critically acclaimed anthology series that explores twisted, high-tech multiverses. It delves into the dark aspects of modern and futuristic society, often examining the unanticipated consequences of new technologies, making it a cerebral and unsettling reflection of human nature, much like Electric Dreams.

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    2. Westworld

    #317 most popular show yesterday

    Westworld blends Western motifs with futuristic science fiction and revolves around a theme park populated by lifelike androids. The show grapples with the nature of reality, free will, and what it means to be human, themes central to much of Philip K. Dick’s work.

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    3. Fringe

    #505 most popular show yesterday

    Fringe is a series that follows a team of FBI agents investigating strange phenomena that all seem to tie into a parallel universe. Fans of Philip K. Dick’s multi-layered, reality-bending stories will likely appreciate this show’s complex mythology and exploration of alternate realities.

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    4. Love, Death & Robots

    #531 most popular show yesterday

    Love, Death & Robots is an anthology of animated short stories that spans multiple genres including science fiction, fantasy, horror, and comedy. Its often dystopian tales and innovative animation may attract those who appreciate the speculative storytelling of Electric Dreams.

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    5. The Twilight Zone

    #769 most popular show yesterday

    The Twilight Zone's anthology format and its storytelling that often features dystopian realities, supernatural elements, and moral lessons, resonate well with fans of Philip K. Dick's thought-provoking narratives. Its various incarnations over the years provide a wealth of speculative fiction for viewers to ponder.

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    6. Altered Carbon

    #865 most popular show yesterday

    Altered Carbon delves into themes of identity, mortality, and the human psyche through a cyberpunk lens. Set in a future where consciousness can be transferred to different bodies, it explores many of the concepts that Philip K. Dick obsessed over in his novels.