‘Black Mirror’, FX’s ‘Legion’ and ‘The Expanse’ Make IndieWire’s 20 Best Sci-Fi TV Shows Of The 21st Century!

Lakeshore Records is honored to be associated with three hit series named on IndieWire’s 20 Best Sci-Fi TV Shows Of The 21st Century list, with Charlie Brooker’s EMMY®-winning “Black Mirror” cyber horror series heading up the list at No. 1!  See the break down below.  Check out the full list ranked at IndieWire.

What is your favorite sci-fi TV show this year?

1. Black Mirror (Netflix)

Lakeshore’s release of scores by Clint Mansell (Season 3: “San Junipero”) and Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury (Season 3: “Men Against Fire”) were some of the highlights of 2017.  Binge watch the series on Netflix now before the forthcoming Season 4 premiere!

San Junipero Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]


Men Against Fire Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]


6. The Expanse (Syfy)

The futuristic world based on the New York Times best-selling novel series, “The Expanse” is written by Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, known collectively by their pen name, James S.A. Corey.  One of the most critically-acclaimed TV series, described by NPR as the “Best science fiction show in a decade,” Clinton Shorter’s score has also received critical acclaim from members of the film music community.  “I get chills from the Opening Credits sequence every time.” (Always Sometimes Villains).

The Expanse Season 2 Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]


8. Legion (FX)

The Marvel Television and FX Network production has captivated audiences from Dan Stevens’ powerful turn as Professor X’s progeny, to Aubrey Plaza’s delightful multi-layered “Lennie”, to Jeff Russo’s Pink Floyd-tinged score.  “It’s jarring, sometimes scary stuff, but the empathy that ultimately runs through the soundtrack makes this journey to the dark side of the mind worth the fright.” (Tirhaka Love, MTV)

Legion Season 1 Soundtrack Available Now: [Vol. 1][Vol. 2]


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