This is a list of possible future episodes if life after people airs Season 3, Season 4, Season 5, Season 6 Season 7, Season 8, Season 9 & Season 10, the last season.
Forever a Vision
This episode focuses on buildings people wish to build. These include The Illinois, Windy City Ultra Tower, Aeropolis 2001, Sky City 1000, Holonic Tower, Millenium Tower, Toronto World Commerce Tower, Bureau of Statistics, M Tower, The Holozon, Tour Quebec, Hilton Vancouver, LA MegaStructure, Glass Tower, Miapolis, and more.
Shrouded in Fog
This episode focuses on observation towers that now see only the silence of the world. These include the Coit Tower, Canton Tower, Sky Tower in Auckland, Star Tower, Kuala Lumpur Tower, Ostankino Tower, Milad Tower, Tower of the americas, Reunion tower, And the Calgary tower could all be mentioned.
As Seen on TV
This episode shows the fate of the big screens around the world. This includes the FOX News HQ, CNN HQ, One Times Square, Suzhou Harmony Times Square, CNN Center, AT&T Stadium, Phoenix Island, Estadio Azteca, Everbank Field, Movie theaters, large LED screens in Tokyo and the fate of TVs in over 1.2 billion homes around the world.
There's Nothing to Fear...
This episode shows some of the most feared places in the world. They include: The Tower of London, the Halifax Citadel, The Queen Mary, Ryugyong Hotel, Disney's Discovery Island, Red Sands Sea Fort, Tail of the Dragon (Deals Gap), and the Great Wall of China. It also focuses on Pripyat, which was abandoned in 1986 after the Chernobyl disaster.
This episode focuses on what people had feared such as Area 51 and real aliens inside, the castles of Transylvania including Corvin Castle and Bran Castle, Chauve Sourie Ville and its vampires, Sunnydale, California and its vampires, New York's Sewers, creatures of Oscorp, Michigan Dogmen of Sandusky Ohio, Jersey devils of the Pine Barrens, Duel Academy monsters, resurrected animals of New Holland, Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria's animatronics, and more.
Diversity Of Life
This episode focuses on life forms, living beings, non-living beings, and others that didn't exist on earth but if they were real. It features Undertale Lab and Mettaton, Minecraft Zoo and its creatures, Indominus Rex Farm and its Indominus Rexes, Berk and its dragons, The Last Dragon: Safari and its dragons, Kirby Farm and its real life kirbies, Pika's Farmland and its real Pokémons, Future House, Marysville, California and its voltronians, SSB4 Land and its characters, After Man - Zoology Of The Future: The Zoo and its animals, The Future Is Wild-Land and its animals, Clamp Cable Network Center and its mogwais and gremlins, Kingston Falls and its mogwais and gremlins, Mushnik's Flower Shop and its Audrey II, Dr. Wily's Castle and Dr. light's Home and their Robot Masters, Urban Future Park and its animals, The Croodsland and its animals, and others.
This episode features some of the oldest landmarks around the world. These include Stonehenge, Easter Island statues, The Great Death Pit of Ur, Iraq, Leaning Tower of Pisa, King Tut's Tomb, the Parthenon, Adam's Calendar, The Dome of The Rock, and Sagrada Familia.
Below Zero Degrees
This episode features some of the coldest places on earth. These include the Oslo City Hall, OKO towers in Moscow, Antarctica, the Church of Hallgrimur, Helsinki Cathedral, the St. Isaac's Cathedral, Red Square, the Poles, Lambeau Field, First Canadian place, Alaska state capitol and Perlan. Factories in Krasnoyarsk emit smoke long after humans are gone and the fate of cities like Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Stavenger, Oslo, St Petersburg, Omsk, Moscow, Yaktusk, Juneau, Anchorage, Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Reykjavìk could all be mentioned
Deep in the Heart of Texas
This episode shows the fate of famous buildings, structures, and landmarks in Texas. Locations include Dealey Plaza, Pennzoil Place, USS Lexington, San Jacinto Monument, Texas State Capitol, University of Texas in Austin, Tower of the Americas, San Antonio River Walk, The Galleria, Moody Gardens, Bank of America Plaza in Dallas, Fair Park, Toyota Center, Minute Maid Park, Reliant Stadium, American Airlines Center, Rangers Ballpark, Whataburger, Texas A&M University, High Five Interchange, School for the Gifted and Talented in Dallas, Reunion Tower, Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge , Texas Giant, Texas Tech University in Lubbock, The Alamodome, and Enchanted Rock State Park.
This episode showcases the demise of famous theaters and concert halls from around the world. Locations featured are Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, Walt Disney Concert Hall, John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center, Globe Theater, Paris Opera, National Theater of Beijing, El Capitan Theater, Lincoln Center, Oslo Opera House, Royal Albert Hall, Grand Ole Opry, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Auditorio de Tenerife, and Apollo Theater.
Winds of Destruction
This Episodes focuses on the future of Mount Rainier without humans, Oklahoma City's Devon Tower fending off strong tornadoes and the Shanghai World Financial Center, which is on shaky ground as the city sinks.
Extremes of Nature
This Episode focuses on cities trying to fend off the extreme changing weathers of nature. It features the Bow Building in Calgary, Canada along with the Calgary Tower and the Vostok Station being buried under snow without humans to maintain it. Including Yakutsk's Tallest TV Tower trying to fend of the extreme cold. This episode also focuses on Marysville Safari Park and its animals. Chinook winds pose threat on Montana's cities. It also focuses on the fate of Sacramento Zoo. This episode also focuses on what will happen to Megaman X Land and its Reploids, Mavericks, and Maverick Hunters after people disappear, also including San Fransisco City Hall being attacked by twin tornadoes
This Episode focuses on places that are hard to visits, This includes Area 51, Club 33 at Disneyland, CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia, and the National Security Agency, or NSA.
This Episode Focuses mostly on the Areas in the North, which is the Ice hotel in both Kiruna, Sweden and Rovaniemi, Finland and Hotel Arctic in Murmansk. This episode also focuses on areas of Yellowstone National Park, Pevek In Russia still remains recognizable even after a thousand years, while Thule Tower in one of the most preserved cities in Qaanaaq does not last longer than the other buildings, Plants try to cover Arctic Bays city name that is in the ground and Mt Rushmore sees the Eruption of Yellowstone Supervolcano.
Left Without Maintenance
This episode focuses on what would happen to things people try to tame and those who kept control over their structures. Guernsey becomes flooded with extremely high tides and the Large Hadron Collider falls into disrepair, Labs that contain the smallpox now become released and the Foundations of Tower 42 in London become weakened as waters creep over London, The village in Berk is abandoned and the real dragons must adapt or die, as well as a Nuclear Bomb controlled by a dead man switch could nuke a small portion of the United States of America.Nuclears bombs stored in bunkers Explode when the bunkers collapse, and Subway tunnels of tokyo fill with a deadly toxin.
Stopping the Fun
This episode focuses on areas like the Millennium Force at Cedar Point in Ohio, The Fiesta Shows carnival rides in New England, The Olympic Arena in Sochi, Russia, University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, the Disney Parks, the Sacramento Bird House, Terraformed Mars, Life In Mercury, Life In Venus, Madison Square Garden in New York City, Ober Gatlinburg Tramway in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, and the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada.
Show Me The Money
This episodes focuses on the topic of money and the buildings associated with it. This episode features One World Trade Center in New York, the Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas, Texas, the New York Stock Exchange, the US Mint in Philadelphia, The Canadian Mint in Winnipeg and currency like dollar bills and coins, as well as credit cards and ATM machines.
This episode talks about different places in Romania such as Coloana Infinitului, Prahova Underground hospital, Floreasca sky tower, Black Sea, including romanian ships, foods, drinks, and more.
This episode talks about different places and stuff in Japan. These include Tokyo Sky Tree, The Japanese temples, Tokyo Tower, Gutsman.EXE Farm and its Gutsmen.EXEs, ACDC Town and its Net-Navis, Echo Ridge and its FM-Ians, Tokyo Zoo and its animals (including the ones that might escape such as giant pandas, zebras, gorillas, penguins, tigers, and ostriches), Tokyo Museum, Sony Building, Tokyo Dome,Tokyo Gauken building, Nagoya spiral towers, the palace in Kyoto and more.
This episode talks about different schools and universities around the world including Ballwin Elementary, Selvidge Middle School West Valley Middle School, Montessori school, Stanford University in California, Henry Clay High School in Lexington, Kentucky, DuPont Manual High School in Louisville, Kentucky, Boone County High School in Florence, Kentucky, South Oldham High School in Goshem, Kentucky, Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, University of Kentucky (including BCTC), University of Florida, University of South Carolina, Oxford university and Saint Xavier High School in Cincinnati, Ohio.
This episode talks about places built based on the greatest events in history and other related stuff. These include September 11th Memorial and museum, The wall in Washington D.C, Bunker Hill memorial, The Woodrow Wilson Memorial , Vimy ridge memorial and others
The Lost World Become Reality
This episode focuses on places that contains former extinct species like live dinosaurs and others. It focuses on Prehistoric Park and its prehistoric creatures, Jurassic Park: Sacramento and its prehistoric reptiles, Jurassic Park: Dallas and its prehistoric reptiles, Jurassic Park: Boston and its prehistoric reptiles, Jurassic Park: Miami and its prehistoric reptiles, Jurassic Park: Orlando and its prehistoric reptiles, Jurassic Park: San Diego and its prehistoric reptiles, Jurassic Park: Isla Nublar and its prehistoric reptiles, Jurassic Park: Isla Sorna and its prehistoric reptiles, Jurassic Park San Diego and its mesozoic reptiles, Skull Island Park and its creatures, Skull Island (King Kong 2005) Skull Island and its creatures, Pleistocene Park and its animals, Dinosaur Zoo and its animals, Dinosaur And Monster Zoo and its animals, Eden and its animals, Extinct Animals Preserve and its animals, Extinct Island, Anomaly Research Centre and its animals, Mesozoic Park: Marysville and its animals, Cenozoic Park and its animals, Dinoland USA and its animals, Dinoland China and its animals, and others.
Relatives in Decay
This Episode focuses on Las Vegas's Structures in Display including the Manhatten Express roller coaster, Paris las vegas, Hilton Grand Vacations.In Tokyo the Tokyo Tower rusts from within.The International Finance Center in Hong Kong leans dangerously.The Top Thrill Dragster in Cedar Point endures it's final moments along with the Intimidator at Carowinds and the Intimidator 305 in Kings Dominion.
Energy Supply Draining
This episode talks about the fate of Lamp Posts including the lamp posts in Alberta that seems to sometimes tilt like it's about to fall off, The Fate of Batteries and foods in the Refrigerator, The Suncor Energy Center in Calgary, Alberta begins to fall down, The fate of Rheinkirmes in Dusseldorf Germany mainly High Energy, The Makkah Royal Clock Tower in Saudi Arabia and the Bank of America Tower in New York City fall to it's demise.Picadilly circus experiences a permanent power cut and the GE building destroys all of the Rockefeller complex.
This episode focuses on the world of gaming and what would happen to video games, consoles, PCs, arcade machines and video game memorabilia in a Life After People. Among buildings, the Los Angeles Convention Center, SSB4 Park and the real video video game characters inside the park, Microsoft Redmond Campus, Nintendo's headquarters in Kyoto, Japan, Sony Headquarters at Sony City, and finally the eSports Arena could all be mentioned.The Nintendo World caves in but the consoles could last 10,000 years.
This episode focuses on the fate of NASCAR in a Life After People. Featured are the fates of Atlanta Motor Speedway, Auto Club Speedway Fontana, Bristol Motor Speedway, Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Chicagoland Speedway, Darlington Raceway, Daytona International Speedway, Dover International Speedway, Eldora Speedway, Gateway Motorsports Park, Homestead-Miami Speedway, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Iowa Speedway, Kansas Speedway, Kentucky Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Martinsville Speedway, Michigan International Speedway, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Phoenix International Raceway, Pocono Raceway, Road America, Richmond International Raceway, Sonoma Raceway, Talladega Superspeedway, Texas Motor Speedway, and Watkins Glenn International. Also featured is the fate of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, as well as North Carolina Speedway, North Wilkesboro Speedway, and Occoneechee Speedway, three tracks abandoned by NASCAR, and the shops for Hendrick Motorsports, Joe Gibbs Racing, Team Penske, Stewart-Haas Racing, Dale Earnhardt, Inc, a multipart episode of Life After People
The episode focuses on the fate of the most iconic stadiums in College Football. The fates of Bryant-Denny Stadium, Commonwealth Stadium, Jordan-Hare Stadium, DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Notre Dame Stadium, Rose Bowl, Tiger Stadium, Memorial Stadium (Clemson), Memorial Stadium (Nebraska), Michigan Stadium, Ohio Stadium, Neyland Stadium, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Doak-Campbell Stadium, Kyle Field, Bobby Dodd Stadium, Sanford Stadium, Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Legion Field, Autzen Stadium, Spartan Stadium, and Carter-Finley Stadium, Also featured is the fate of the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
This episode focuses on the fate of Major League Baseball in a Life After People. The fates of Fenway Park, Angel Stadium, Dodger Stadium, Citi Field, Yankee Stadium, Coors Field, Target Field, Citizens Bank Park, PNC Park, Nationals Park, Petco Park, Safeco Field, AT&T Park, Great American Ballpark, Busch Stadium, Chase Field, Marlins Park, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, US Cellular Field, Turner Field, Kauffman Stadium, Tropicana Field, Oakland-Alameda Coliseum, Progressive Field, Comerica Park, Miller Park, and the Rogers Centre. Also featured is the fate of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY, as well as the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory in Louisville, Kentucky.
This episode focuses on the fate of some random stuff, like the Flatiron Building, Ford's Theatre, Fenway Park, The Terra-cotta army, The Island of Sodor, Excalibur Hotel and Casino, a chair, Universal Studios in Orlando, a Vacuum Cleaner, The Freedom Tower, US Bank Stadium, a Swift Transportation semi truck, a Kenworth W900, The Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Hirshhorn Museum, a computer, Westminster Abbey, Lexington Financial Center in Lexington, Kentucky, Swift Transportation Headquarters, Burger King Headquarters, A table, the Microsoft HQ, a Minecraft disc, a honda civic, and Madame Tussauds Hong Kong.
This episode focuses on some other buildings of the capitol of America. The fates include the Pentagon, J. Edgar Hoover Building, Bain & Company Building, and Jerry's Subs & Pizza Restaurant, the Trump hotel washington and more
Illinois Has Fallen!
This focuses on some of the buildings in Illinois. The fates are the Chicago Spire, the Wrigley Building, The Trump Tower, Tribune Tower, Soldier Field, United Center, Illinois State Capitol, CNA building, DuSable bridge, Aon centre, Cloud gate, and at&t plaza.
Up to the Richter Scale
This episode focuses on areas prone to earthquakes. The fates of the Tokyo Sky Tree, Superior Court of D.C., The Manchester Town Hall, AT&T Corporate Center, the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, the Aon Centre, Bellingham City Hall, Metro Manila, Session Road, Levi's Stadium, the Torre Latinoamerica, The Kingdom Tower, the Merdeka Square, The London City Hall, Chicago Board of Trade Building, Bigelow House Museum, Clifton Suspension Bridge, Roth Block, Nagoya Castle ,Torre KOI, Gran Torre in Santiago breaks apart, the Transamerica pyramid topples, and more will be shown.
Revenge of the Tornadoes
This episode focuses on places prone to tornadoes. the fates that are prone to tornadoes are St Paul's Cathedral, The Williamsburg Bridge, J. Edgar Hoover Building, Brickskeller, Passerelle Simone-De-Beauvoir, Devon Tower, Ford Center, Duomo Di Siena, Boston Park Plaza, Carbide & Carbon Building, Chicago Temple Building, Washington State Capitol, Aqua, Whatcom Museum and Leopold Hotel will be in the episode.
The Great Fire Has Returned!
This episode focuses on places that are prone to fire. The fates of Crain Communications Building, Lake Point Tower, 190 South LaSalle, Civic Opera House, NBC Tower, Legacy Tower, One North Wacker, 333 Wacker Drive, Strata SE1, Willis Building, St George Wharf Tower, Beetham Tower, Manchester Cathedral, CIS Tower, City Tower, 17 New Wakefield Street, Heritage Park Aquatic Complex, 50 Fremont Center, 333 Market Street, One Embarcadero Center, One California, Millennium Tower, 101 California Street, San Francisco Federal Building, 555 Mission Street, One California Plaza and Wilshire Grand Tower will appear.
The History Will Never Return
This episode focuses on areas on history or old buildings that are part of are Rouen Cathedral, Cologne Cathedral, Hotel de Bourgtheroulde, Musée des Antiquités, Arqiva Crystal Palace, Pompeii, Kobe Mosque,
From Humans to Foxes
This episode is about homes that are now the dens of foxes. The Woolworth Building, Kensington West Apartments, Madison Rockwood Apartments, Manhattan Penthouse and more will be featured in this FOXY episode.
This episode will focus on The Collapse of the Twin Towers and the rest of the old WTC if 9/11 never happened.
NASA, We have a problem
This episode focuses on NASA. The fates of the Challenger Learning Center, U.S. Space & Rocket Center
Oh My God
This episode will feature Ziggurats, Temples, Synagogues, Churches, and it will feature the fiery and over-dramatic collapse of 16th Street Baptist church, and the sheer chaos that is Angkor Wat capsizing and sinking into deep, dark, murky, icky-squicky, depths of the Cambodian Wetland, and History Channel will have to make this the final episode of Life After People Season 3.
Behind The Strength
This is the first episode of Season 4. This focuses on wrestling arenas.
Hong Kong's Collapsing
This focuses on Hong Kong Skyscrapers and buildings. The fates are The Center, The Bank Of China Tower, The Bank Of China Tower, One Island East, Hong Kong And Shanghai Bank, COSCO Tower, Blue House, Cheung Kong Center, Central Plaza, Sun Hung Kai Centre & Queensway Offices.
England Is Dying
This focuses on places in UK. This includes Westminster Bridge, St Paul's Cathedral, Palace Of Westminster, Kingston University, London City Hall, London Eye, London Bridge, Tower 42 & Manchester Central Library.
No More Tall Buildings
This episode includes tall buildings ever and ones that beat the height in each city, this includes 555 Market Street, AT&T Midtown Center, Kingdom Tower, Opta Tower, Victoria Tower, The Washington Monument collapsing, and the One Atlantic Center.
2nd Demise of Hitler
This episode focuses on stuff related to the Axis Powers, such as Pearl Harbor, Auschwitz, The Fuhrerbunker, the Atlantic wall, Iwo jima and more.
Food without America
This episode goes for restaurants around the US, for example, Subway, Burger King, McDonald's, Pub 99, KFC, Wendy's, Applebee's, Chick-fil-A, and all the others.