Fantasy TV shows have become increasingly popular in the last decade, leading to higher-quality shows and raised expectations from viewers. From high fantasy worlds to unique twists on well-known tropes, fantasy shows have reinvented the genre. Some notable modern fantasy shows include Outlander, which blends romance and time travel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, known for its iconic concept and LGBTQ+ representation, and The Vampire Diaries, which offers supernatural love triangles and morally gray characters. Other shows like Teen Wolf, Once Upon A Time, Lost, Carnival Row, Supernatural, and Game of Thrones have also made significant impacts in the genre. The recently released Wednesday has already changed the way viewers approach fantasy series by combining the Addams family lore with elements of magic, the supernatural, and various other genres.