Empfehlenswerte Serie mit extrem guter Story?

Tut mir leid, diese Frage muss den ein oder anderen mittlerweile echt ankotzen da sie so oft gestellt wird, aber ja, ich brauch ein bisschen neuen Stoff.

Seit vorweg gewarnt, ich bin sehr picky und anspruchsvoll was gute Story betrifft.

Themen u. Genres die mich interssieren:

Ich bin jemand der SciFi, Space Opera und futuristisches Zeug total abfeiert, doch ich glaube mein Lieblings Genre ist Postapokalypse, Dystopie und Endzeit-Szenario. Fantasy und Mystery sind auch gerne gesehen. Fantasy ist jedoch so ne Hassliebe. Drama sollte bitte immer dabei sein.

Es wäre sehr gut wenn die Serie ein düsteres Setting hat und die Geschichte dramatisch und emotional angehaucht ist, doch auch viele schöne und lustige Momente portioniert vorweisen kann (Keine Komödie).

Anbei noch ein paar ausgewählte Filme, Serien und Videospiele die wahre Meisterwerke sind und an denen man sich Orientieren kann:

  • Dark (Serie)
  • Planet der Affen (Film-Reihe)
  • The Last of Us (Videospiel)
  • The Last of Us Part II (Videospiel)
  • Herr der Ringe (Film-Trilogie)
  • Der Hobbit (Film-Trilogie)
  • Life is Strange (Videospiel-Reihe)
  • Detroit Become Human (Videospiel)
  • Interstellar (Film)
  • Sherlock (Serie)
  • Avatar - Aufbruch nach Pandora(Film)
  • Ziemlich beste Freunde (Film)
  • Green Book (Film)
  • Death Note (Anime)
  • Gladiator (Film)
  • Passengers (Film)
  • Joker (Film)
  • The Revenant (Film)
  • The Mandalorian (Serie)
  • The Witcher (Serie)
  • Maze Runner (Film-Trilogie)
  • Harry Potter (Film Reihe)

Danke schon mal im voraus!

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Was sagt ihr zu dieser Stelle in Tolkiens Briefen?

The interest would have shifted to Gollum, I think, and the battle that would have gone on between his repentance and his new love on one side and the Ring. Though the love would have been strengthened daily it could not have wrested the mastery from the Ring. I think that in some queer twisted and pitiable way Gollum would have tried (not maybe with conscious design) to satisty both. Certainly at some point not long before the end he would have stolen the Ring or taken it by violence (as he does in the actualTale). But 'possession' satisfied, I think he would then have sacrificed himself for Frodo's sake and have voluntarily cast himself into the fiery abyss.

I think that an effect of his partial regeneration by love would have been a clearer vision when he claimed the Ring. He would have perceived the evil of Sauron, and suddenly realized that he could not use the Ring and had not the strength or stature to keep it in Sauron's despite: the only way to keep it and hurt Sauron was to destroy it and himself together - and in a flash he may have seen that this would also the greatest service to Frodo. Frodo in the tale actually takes the Ring and claims it, and certainly he too would have had a clear vision - but it was not given any time: he was immediately attacked by Gollum. When Sauron was aware of the seizure of the Ring his one hope was in its power: zhat the claimant would be unable to relinquish it until Sauron had time to deal with him. Frodo too would then propably, ifnot atacked, have had to take the same way: cast himself with the Ring into the abyss. If not he would of course have completly failed.

Ich finde es sehr interessant und würde gerne weitere Meinungen hören.

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