About a third of the world’s population comprises of people in the age group of 12-19, commonly referred to as teens or young adults. Since this is such a huge number, it is only natural that a huge number of things are going to be made in order to cater to them. TV shows are no different to the rest of the people out there. To them, this is a huge audience base that just can’t be left untapped. Here, we are taking a look at some of the best TV sci-fi and fantasy TV series ever created for this target audience.
This show needs no introduction. Ever since its release, it has had a humongous 10 seasons with much drop in its ratings. The Winchester brothers have an insane fan following and it doesn’t look like this show is ever going to be pulled off air. This show is at the pinnacle of everything ever associated with teens and TV.
2. Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Sarah Michelle Geller became a household name with this 1997 classic TV show. The show traces the journey of a vampire hunter called Buffy. To this day, teens go on the internet to watch this insane show. As for the adults who grew up watching it, it still remains a guilty pleasure.
Smallville may have started it all for DC comics in the television business but it was Arrow that created the DC Universe on Television. This wildly successful, acclaimed and popular show was launched in 2012 and since then there has been no turning back. Stephen Amell plays the role of Oliver Queen aka Arrow aka the Green Arrow in this show. Currently, the 5th season of this show is being aired on CW.
4. The Flash
Another DC entry on our list is the Flash. It is another wildly successful as well as acclaimed show currently being aired on CW. It is a spin-off of Arrow and follows the journey of Barry Allen, portrayed by Grant Gustin, a police CI who gets struck by lightning and gains super speed and decides to use it to fight crime and other people like him out there.
Everyone knows and loves Soperman, not as much as batman but still loved. This show started in 2001 and had a run time of 10 seasons before being brought to a close in 2011. It was the show that kept CW running after a messy merger that led to its creation. The show showcases the life of Clarke Kent aka Superman in his hometown, Smallville and his super fights with some of the iconic DC villains