This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Community·Posted on May 12, 2018These 5 Shows Will Fill The Game Of Thrones Void In Your LifeIt's going to be a looong wait until GoT returns. This is for the LA Rotational Fellowship.by christineminaCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Borgia Michael Driscoll/Atlantique Productions No. of seasons: 3Watch on: NetflixReplace the GoT crown with Papal regalia and this is what you get. Borgia invests in giving you peek at the mystery behind the curtains: secret pacts, ruthlessness, and extortion, all in one man's fight to become Pope. Combined with an accurate historical perspective, you'll feel like you're watching real-life battles during the Renaissance. Not to mention, Samwell Tarly is in it. Need I say more? 2. Outlander Casey Crafford No. of Seasons: 3Watch on: NetflixIn Outlander, there's no shortage of time travel, sex, and gore. A young nurse from World War II (Claire) gets sent back in time, where she must navigate the 18th century Scottish Highlands--all after being torn apart from her husband. Rather than being tied down to old-timey gender norms, Claire controls the storyline, and the passionate relationships that ensue. 3. The Tudors Jonathan Hession No. of Seasons: 4Watch on: NetflixKing Henry VIII is the inspiration for this show, and producers explore the hypothetical backstory behind how and why he killed his wives, only to move onto new lovers and repeat the vicious cycle. Viewers will be conflicted between Jonathan Rhys Meyers devilishly handsome looks and his corrupted ways. Love scenes and power struggles galore. 4. The White Queen The White Queen/BBC One No. of Seasons: 1Watch on: Amazon PrimeThree female protagonists take the lead in The White Queen, navigating a bloody journey during the War of the Roses. The feud between House of York and House of Lancaster entangles The Kingmaker's daughter in a plan to control the crown, and only grows more complex as characters forbidden from each other fall in love. You'll witness a dark and stormy side to England no one ever taught you about in history class. 5. The Last Kingdom Des Willie/Carnival Film & Television No. of Seasons: 2Watch on: NetflixBased on the book series The Saxon Stories, The Last Kingdom brings realism to television as it pits Vikings against each other in medieval England. The leading character Uhtred was a noble who was captured after his parents were killed by Danes. After being raised by Vikings, he is now ready to battle his own monsters and avenge his father. The complex familial relationships are sure give Game of Thrones a run for its money.