THE EXPANSE is one of the best works of science fiction I have seen in a long time. It’s pretty clear that the people who made the show love science, and appear to have had consulting scientists to give input to the show.
On a totally tangential side note, there’s a video game series called Half-Life, which in my opinion is one of the greatest pieces of science fiction ever made. Again the people who made it clearly love science(particularly experimental and theoretical physics and cosmology).
But people not into video gaming are unlikely to have heard of it of course. If anyone has access to a PC, a highly faithful and technologically updated remake (called Black Mesa) of the original 1998 game Half-Life, was released in final form just a few months ago. It also has multiple sequels(Half-life 2, and it’s two episodes) which, incredibly, are even better than the first game.
Half-Life received acclaim for its graphics, realistic gameplay, and seamless narrative. It won over fifty PC “Game of the Year” awards and is considered one of the most influential FPS games and of the best video games ever made. By 2008, it had sold over 9 million copies. It was followed by the expansion packs Opposing Force (1999) and Blue Shift (2001), developed by Gearbox Software. It was ported to the PlayStation 2 in 2001, along with another expansion Half-Life: Decay , and to macOS and Linux in 2013. Valve ported Half-Life to its Source engine in 2004, while a third-party remake, Black Mesa , was released in 2020.