Another series will come to AMC, titled James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction, the six-part docuseries will dig into Sci-Fi’s sources as a little type with a faction and creating to the blockbuster popular culture wonder it is today. The show is slated to make a big appearance in 2018.

In every hour-long show, Cameron will present one of the unavoidable issues that mankind has considered all through the ages and reach once more into Sci-Fi’s past to better see how our most loved movies, TV shows, books and computer games were conceived and where the class, and our species, may go later on. Cameron and his peers, who have energized Sci-Fi’s staggering development throughout the most recent quite a few years, likewise will talk about the legitimacy, which means and effect of the movies and books that affected them.

Cameron went ahead to state, “When I was a kid, I basically read any book with a spaceship on the cover and I saw 2001: A Space Odyssey many, many times. The movie inspired me to become a filmmaker. I liked the special effects, but I really loved the ideas and the questions behind them: How will the world end? Will technology destroy us? What does it mean to be human? These are subjects sci-fi has never been afraid to tackle. With this series, we are going back to the origins of sci-fi, following the DNA of these ideas back to the source. Without Jules Verne and H.G. Wells, there wouldn’t have been Ray Bradbury or Robert A. Heinlein, and without them, there wouldn’t be Lucas, Spielberg, Ridley Scott or me. As a filmmaker who specializes in science fiction, I’m interested in exploring the struggles and the triumphs that brought these incredible stories to life and seeing how art imitates life, as well as how science fiction imitates and sometimes informs science.”