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15 Best Steampunk TV Shows That You Will Enjoy To Watch

Steampunk TV series may be difficult to find but they do exist. As a matter of fact, if you look closely, you will find plenty of different shows that have been with us for 3-4 decades.

We were able to do all the hard work for you and do present you 15 best steampunk TV series of all times, you will enjoy watching.

 

  1. Fullmetal Alchemist

This TV series has 51 episode to offer. It was created in 2003 and it lasted until 2004. Sadly, there is no sequel, but it is remembered as one of the best steampunk TV series of all times.

The plot is more than just appealing. In the series, two brothers fail to complete an alchemic experiment. As the result, their bodies are damaged. Alphonse Elric and Edward must locate philosopher's stone in order to recover themselves.

The TV series is extremely fun, loaded with action and a unique symbiosis of possible and impossible. In addition, it is one of a kind and definitely should be on your list as well.

 

  1. Tales of a Broken Reality

Tales of a Broken Reality is a short series with only 6 episodes. The story is also one of a kind and it is set in multiverse inspired with steampunk. The main role has Lumiere Lemaitre, an entrepreneur who lost his sister to a cult.

Now, he is known as Tin Man and he will do anything possible and even outside a reach to bring his sister back. In the series, many different characters are caught in the battle and revenge actions.

We know that this series is loaded with narrative voices and monologues. But, at the same time, each character is well-described and presented to the tiniest detail. This simply means that you will feel welcomed in the show and you will want to know more.

 

  1. The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.

You won’t believe how great this TV series is. In it, Brisco County, Jr. is hired to located members of the John Bly gang. The same gang killed his father so it is also on a quest to bring the murderer to the court of law.

The location is Wild West and the action is present in every episode. There are 27 episodes which were filmed between 1993 and 1994.

You may wonder why this TV series is considered steampunk genre. In it, all the characters, especially bad guys use advanced tools and gadgets that are associated with steampunk. You can think of it as steampunk inspired, futuristic series based on Wild West.

 

  1. The Wild Wild West

The series is one of older developments. It has been with us between 1965 and 1969. After 4 season it was canceled due to interesting reason. The government was concerned about the violence in the show and the fact it may cause a spike in crime and terror in the real world.

We believe that it wouldn’t do that, but it is too late to change anything.

The story and the plot are set in Wild West and the main characters are James T. West (Robert Conrad), a professional gunman and Artemus Gordon who is an inventor.

They two catch bad guys and help solve murders. While doing this, they use some of the best steampunk gadgets of all times.

 

  1. The Dark One

The Dark One 2012 steampunk tv show

The series in question has been filmed between 2012 and 2013. There are 12 episodes and each one is better than the previous one.

The main reason why so many people love this series is in the plot. In it, the main characters are Syris and Michelle.

Syris is an evil wizard, while Michelle is a pure-blood wizard. He wants to consume her soul and steal her powers.

Be prepared for powerful scenes magic and great experience. This TV series is one of those that will keep you occupied for the entire day and probably think of it once you are done watching.

 

  1. Murdoch Mysteries

Murdoch Mysteries started in 2008 and now there is 186 episodes. Plenty if you want to be busy for a long period of time. The action is set in 1895 and the main role has William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson).

He is a detective in Toronto and a pioneer when it comes to different techniques and technologies used for catching bad guys. Just a few glimpses are fingerprints and DNA.

William Murdoch isn’t the main character in the series, obviously. You will encounter a variety of other characters in the series that make it even more interesting to watch. He uses steampunk technology and gadgets for catching criminals. It isn’t strange why crime rate was extremely low back then in Canada.

 

  1. The League of S.T.E.A.M.

It has to be one of the best TV series of all times, not only associated with steampunk but with the mystery, fantasy, and inventions. The name stands for Supernatural and Troublesome Ectoplasmic Apparition Management and you can get a clear picture what this series has to offer.

It follows the actions and quests of investors, adventurers, monster hunters and etc. Each episode is different.

The TV series was launched in 2010 and it lasted until 2016. There are 3 seasons and 29 episodes. For steampunk fans, it is one of those creations that simply must be watched as soon as possible.

 

  1. Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water

Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water is an animated TV series launched back in 1990. It has one season, 40 episodes and it has been with us between 1990 and 1991.

The story is slightly different than any other you may have encountered. It follows the adventures of an acrobat with a mysterious origin and an inventor. Their actions will determine the fate of the world.

 The plot begins with Nadia, who is an acrobat with questionable origin. She meets Jean-Coq Raltique (an inventor) and together they are saved by a strange submarine. The things get even more mysterious from that moment.

 

  1. The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack

The The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack is another animated steampunk TV series. It was released in 2008 and it lasted until 2010. You can watch 69 episodes and each one is inspired with a strange world, mystery and comedy.

The main character is Flapjack, a young boy who is raised by a talking whale. He has a mentor who is a pirate by the way.

With a mixture of comedy, steampunk elements and mystery, this TV series soon became one of the most popular among all kinds of viewers.

 

  1. Jack of All Trades

It may come with a comedy element, but Jack of All Trades is an impressive series that has millions of fans all across the world. It follows the actions of Jack Stiles, who is an American spy located on the Pacific island.

There he meets Emily Rothschild and together they start to prevent Napoleon from taking over the control over Europe. In addition, the alter ego of Jack is Zorro-esque Daring Dragoon.

The series was launched back in 2000 and it lasted one year, with 22 episodes divided into 2 seasons. Motives that are inspired by steampunk made it a popular choice among the fans of the genre in question.

 

  1. Legend

It may have only 12 episodes and it lasted one year (1995) but Legend is still one of the most popular TV series of this kind. It is inspired by mystery, a unique combination of Sci-fi and western and all of that comes with adventurer touch.

Two main characters are Ernest Pratt (the main character) and Professor Janos Bartok. Bartok will supply Pratt with futuristic, steampunk gadgets in a small city in Wild West. Together they solve crimes, have adventures and more.

 

  1. Warehouse 13

Warehouse 13 has been filmed between 2009 and 2014. There are 64 episodes. The plot is focused on two secret service agents in the United States who are sent to South Dakota to a house loaded with mysterious artifacts and objects. The organization behind it Regents and it is outside the government.

Agents now must collect new gadgets, artifacts and mystery creations and add them to the house.

 

  1. Sherlock Hound

There are only 26 episodes of Sherlock Hound and yes, it is animated TV series. The story is already well-known and interesting. In it, Sherlock Hound and Doctor Watson, who are dogs, by the way, will solve crimes and mystery situations.

The series has been in the air between 1984 and 1985 and it has millions of fans all across the world. You definitely must watch the first episode in order to get a clear picture of this TV series.

 

  1. Princess Principal

Princess Principal is one of newer steampunk TV series. It was launched in 2017 and there are 12 episodes. It is an animated series, which is obvious at this point and it comes with traces of mystery, action, and steampunk.

The storyline is focused on 5 girls, members of Queens May Fair School, who spy, track and locate members of shadow world in 19th century London.

 

  1. Mysterious Island

Mysterious Island is precisely as the name suggests. It follows the adventure of several individuals who escaped the prison in a balloon. They are carried in an unknown direction and they are landed on a mysterious island, therefore the name. The island is inhibited by Nemo, who shoots them as they land and who has plans for them. Vulcan is also present on the island, but it has different plans.

The TV series was launched in 1995, but the story is located in 1865. Sadly, there is only one season of the series and 22 episodes. A good thing is the fact all of them are more than just appealing.

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Conclusion

With a few minutes of your time, you can find all of these TV series and start watching them as soon as possible. All we can say is that they are the best steampunk TV series of all times and they are just perfect in the eyes of fans.

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  • Dec 07, 2018
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