The need for adventure is hardwired into us all! In 2022, many new TV series was released, offering viewers an opportunity to embark upon both physical and emotional journeys. Here are the top 10 adventure television programs that premiered in 2022 – guaranteed to satisfy your inner explorer’s thirst for exploration!
Top 10 Adventure Adventure TV Series of 2022:
Here is the list of the Top 10 Adventure TV Series of 2022, In case you missed
1899 – Number of Seasons: 1
Jantje Friese created this multilingual German epic period mystery sci-fi series.
The plot of 1899 revolves around a group of immigrants travelling in a steamship from London to New York when they find another vessel floating on the open sea. The series premiered on November 17, 2022, on Netflix.
Parallels – Number of Seasons: 1
This French sci-fi tv series is created by Quoc Dang Tran and surrounds the lives of four friends in their teens who find themselves in diverse directions after a physics experiment fractures spacetime.
The series premiered on March 23, 2022, on Disney+.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power – Number of Seasons: 1
Patrick McKay and J. D. Payne developed this American fantasy series adapted from J. R. R. Tolkien’s ‘The Lord of the Rings’ and its appendices.
The plot is set in Second Age in Middle-earth thousands of years before the incidents of ‘The Hobbit and ‘The Lord of the Rings as the elves struggle to take down the reemergence of the long-feared evil in Middle Earth. The series premiered on September 1, 2022, on Amazon Prime Video.
The Old Man – Number of Seasons: 1
This drama thriller is adapted from the same novel by Thomas Perry, published in 2017.
The plot revolves around an absconded CIA agent Dan Chase who must meet his last again to ensure the safety of his future which is at stake by the emergence of an assassin. The series premiered on June 16, 2022, on FX.
The Man Who Fell to Earth – Number of Seasons: 1
This sci-fi tv series is adapted from the same named novel of 1963 written by Walter Tevis. The plot revolves around an alien who has arrived on earth during a turning point of human evolution and is now face to face with the experience of being a human, as it is the only way to save his species.
The series ran on Showtime from April 24 to July 3, 2022.
Peacemaker – Number of Seasons: 1
James Gunn created this superhero tv series based on the same named DC Comics character. It marks the first tv series of DCEU and serves as a spin-off of ‘The Suicide Squad‘ (2021).
The plot revolves around jingoistic murderer Christopher Smith aka Peacemaker, played by John Cena. The series premiered on January 13, 2022, on HBO Max.
Resident Evil – Number of Seasons: 1
Andrew Dabb developed this action-horror series that the same named video game series by Capcom inspires. It serves as the second television adaptation of the Resident Evil- franchise after ‘Infinite Darkness’, the 2021 animated miniseries.
The plot is set in its own universe though it depicts the video games’ storyline as background. The series premiered on July 14, 2022, on Netflix.
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area – Number of Seasons: 2
The original Spanish series inspires this second series of the same-named franchise.
The plot revolves around a heist that overtakes the mint of Korea and traps hostages inside as the police struggle to stop them and the mysterious mastermind behind the thieves and the heist itself. The series premiered on June 24, 2022, on Netflix.
The Golden Spoon – Number of Seasons: 1
This is another K-drama on the list. Song Hyun-Wook directed this series adapted from a same-named webtoon by HD3 in 2016. The plot revolves around a child named Lee Seung-Cheon, who was born into a poor family. Things change for him as he swaps his fate with a wealthy family-born friend with the help of a golden spoon, becoming an acquired gold spoon. York Sung-Jae portrayed Lee Seung-Cheon in the series. It ran from September 23 to November 12 of, 2022.
Little Women – Number of Seasons: 1
Kim Hee-won directed this South Korean tv series inspired by the renowned same-named novel of Louisa May Alcott, written in 1868. The plot centres around three sisters of a poor family as they find themselves in the missing case of seventy billion won and become compelled to face the wealthiest family in Korea. Kim Go-Eun, Nam Ji-Hyun, and Park Ji-hu portrayed the three sisters in the series from September 3 to October 9, 2022.