Rafe Judkins developed the Rosamund Pike starrer American high fantasy TV series ‘The Wheel of Time which is adapted from the same novel series.
Pike stars as a member of a magical organization- Moiraine who selects five young people one of whom she believes to be the reincarnation of a powerful Dragon that is prophesied to either destroy or save the world.
The first season of the series premiered on November 19, 2021, on Amazon Prime Video. In May that year Season 2 was renewed. It is scheduled to premiere on September 1, 2023.
Following is a list of other television series that you might be interested in if you enjoyed the first season of ‘The Wheel of Time’.
Top 10 Television Series Like The Wheel of Time Season 2:
Warrior Nun: Number of Season 1
Simon Barry created this fantasy drama TV series that is based on Ben Dunn’s created comic book character Warrior Nun Areala.
The plot follows a nineteen years old woman named Ava Silva who, after waking up in a morgue, finds out a divine artifact embedded on her back as well the information that she is part of an ancient order named Order of the Cruciform Sword whose task is to fight demons and evil forces.
Cursed – Number of Seasons: 1
This fantasy drama TV series is adapted from the same illustrated novel by Tom Wheeler and Frank Miller.
The plot retells the Arthurian legend in which the teenage sorceress Nimue, on the mission of saving her people, is found to have joined forces with the charming young mercenary Arthur whose quest is to meet the legendary sorcerer Merlin as she eventually finds their quest to be linking.
Shadow and Bone – Number of Seasons: 2
Eric Heisserer developed this fantasy TV series that is set in Leigh Bardugo’s two-book series about Grishaverse- the trilogy of Shadow and Bone and the duology of Six of Crows.
The plot revolves around a young orphaned woman named Alina Starkov who finds sinister forces working against her after her magical power, which is able to unite her people, is unrevealed.
English actress Jessie Mei Li played the role of Alina in the series. It premiered on April 23, 2021 on Netflix.
A Discovery of Witches – Number of Seasons: 3
This fantasy TV series is based on Deborah Harkness’s All Souls Trilogy. The title of the series is after the trilogy’s first book.
The plot follows a tenured historian, who is also a witch, reluctantly teaming up with a vampire to learn about magical creatures and fend them off.
Teresa Palmer was cast in the role of the witch Diana Bishop with Matthew Goode starring as the vampire Matthew Clairmont. The series ran from September 14, 2018, to January 7, 2022.
The Order – Number of Seasons: 2
Dennis Heaton created this horror drama TV series the plot of which is centered upon a college student named Jack Morton joining a secret society named Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose that practices and teaches magic and finds out dark family secrets and fights between magical dark arts and werewolves involving the organization.
Canadian actor Jake Manley played the role of Jack Morton in the series. It ran from March 7, 2019 to June 18, 2020 on Netflix.
Luna Nera – Number of Seasons: 1
This historical fantasy TV series the plot of which is set in the seventeenth-century Serra, a fictional village situated near Rome.
The plot follows women who have been accused of being witches as they become compelled to fight back. The series premiered on January 31, 2020, on Netflix.
Lockwood & Co. – Number of Seasons: 1
Joe Cornish developed this British supernatural detective thriller TV series that is adapted from the same book series by Jonathan Stroud.
The plot follows the first two books which are ‘The Screaming Staircase’ and ‘The Whispering Skull’. It finds a girl with psychic abilities teaming up with two teen boys to run the titular ghost-hunting agency. The series premiered on January 27, 2023, on Netflix.
Fate: The Winx Saga – Number of Seasons: 2
Iginio Straffi created this teen drama TV series that is adapted from Iginio Straffi created an animated series titled ‘Winx Club’.
The plot follows a fairy named Bloom with fire powers enrolling at a magical boarding school where she meets other stories and many adventures involving combat against ancient creatures.
American actress and model Abigail Cowen portrayed Bloom in the series. It ran from January 22, 2021, to September 16, 2022 on Netflix.
The Outpost – Number of Seasons: 4
This fantasy adventure drama TV series the plot of which is centred upon a lone survivor of a race called Blackbloods named Talon.
Australian actress Jessica Green portrayed Talon in the series. It ran from July 10, 2018, to October 7, 2021, on The CW.
His Dark Materials – Number of Seasons: 3
This fantasy mystery adventure TV series is adapted from Philip Pullman’s same-named novel trilogy.
The plot is centered upon an orphan named Lyra (played by Spanish-British actress Dafne Keen) who discovers a kidnapping plot involving an invisible cosmic substance while looking for a friend who has been missing. The series ran from November 3, 2019, to December 18, 2022, on BBC One and HBO.