Fan of The CW’s Constantine show? Matt Ryan truly is a gem of an actor. But if you believe you haven’t had your fill of supernatural mystery yet, these Netflix Originals can help you quench your thirst.
Secret societies and mysterious magical rituals are only the tip of the iceberg. There’s much more to the show than what meets the eye. Like Constantine, Netflix’s The Order also manages to keep tensions high throughout all each episode. Jack Morton is the newest initiate into the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose, a secret magical society within the esteemed Belgrave University. He intends to avenge his mother’s death. He is unwittingly forced into a war between werewolves and dark supernatural forces at play. The Order has magic and mystery. That’s pretty much a Constantine vibe.
Supernatural meets X-Files in this newly released series based on the life and times of a monster hunting family. Fred and Deloris hunt paranormal creatures and protect humanity from threats the humans don’t even know exist. Their twin children – Geoff and Viv harbor some deep and dark secrets of their own. October Faction did not get many rave reviews when it was released. It is still a a pretty decent ride. There’s a touch of magic as well as science fiction here. So you could call it a best of both worlds.
Fan of Norse Mythology? If you like Viking lore and are okay to dabble into Godly Mythology, then Netflix has got you covered. Ragnarok is the story of a small Norwegian town. For no apparent reason, it starts experiencing heavy downpours and warm winters. The people know what’s coming – Ragnarok is upon the world, the proverbial End of Days in Norse Mythology. Sinister forces are at play. There is a way to save the world though. A descendant of Thor, the God of Thunder, is the world’s last hope. The modern retelling of a mythological catastrophe is unique and interesting.
This particular show has many haters. But it still is one of the most expensive Fantasy based Netflix Originals to have been ever made. A woman dies and is sent to the morgue. She then finds she has been resurrected with weird and incredible powers. There’s a new destiny that befalls her now. And the Warrior Nun must fulfill it at all costs. The show has some very intelligent humor. It’s tone and setting resonates with Constantine on a very high note.
There’s supernatural spirits. There’s magic. And there’s high schoolers gaining superpowers. A renegade Voodoo spirit grants incredible abilities to three teenagers – Sofiane, Luisa, and Victor. The trio then decide to use their powers to find out the identity of the person who killed Sofiane’s brother. The series starts bordering on the dark and a macabre at the end. So we suggest you watch it at your own risk.
If you are a fan of shows like Wayward Pines, then Curon is the one you should watch out for. A mother and her two children revisit her old home town. The mother suddenly vanishes. Now it is up to the two children to find out the secret behind her disappearance. On the way, they also discover a dark secret hidden deep within the village’s tranquil history.