Why it's for Game of Thrones fans: If you're hankering for another fantasy-prestige series involving time travel, violence, historical references, and romance, Outlander might be your best bet. It's produced by Ronald D. Moore, an alum of Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica, and like GoT, it's based on a book series (this one's by Diana Gabaldon), in which our heroine, Claire (Caitriona Balfe), a World War II nurse, gets flung back in time to the Scottish Highlands in the 18th century, separated from her husband by time and space. Unlike the bulk of Thrones, Outlander has earned heaps of praise for its competent grasp of the female gaze -- save for some gruesome, GoT-like instances of assault, Claire is prioritized and in control for the show's many steamy sex scenes. Season 2 brings Claire and her love interest Jamie (not to be confused with Jaime Lannister) to Paris for more pseudo-historical shenanigans and graphic sexual encounters. Plus, Edmure Tully (Tobias Menzies) shows up!
Where to watch it: Seasons 1 and 2 are available on the Starz app, with the Season 2 finale airing July 9th; Season 3 is still in the works, but unlike George R.R. Martin's TV-source text, there are still plenty of Gabaldon books left to translate to the screen.