Marvel has jumped up from the comic books to TV screens real quick. They are literally the heartbeat of the majority of the youth everywhere. Marvel shows never actually go out of age. So here we have the cream of the Marvel crop for you — The 7 Best Marvel TV Shows.
1. Jessica Jones (2015-2019)
Jessica Jones might have offended you but still, it’s the best show and all because of its season 1. No matter what people say, no Marvel Show has ever matched Jessica Jones season 1. The serious tense moments, Kingpin and Purple Man are like the cherry on top of season 1. The role of Jessica Jones is played by Krysten Ritter who is a private detective. She is arduous and has a hasty tongue. But she falls for The Purple Man, played by David Tennant, who is the villain. Though season 2 is less interesting than season 1 and season 3 is fully trash but still, the season 1 is amazing.
2. Daredevil (2015-2018)
For a large number of people, Daredevil is the best of Marvel and yes, you can disagree with them. Featuring Charlie Cox as the Man with no Fear, Daredevil did a tremendous job of introducing the blind lawyer to the world. The action sequences in the show are absolutely mind-blowing. And Kingpin played by Vincent D’Onofrio is beyond perfection. The only problem was the lawyer stuff of the show which could have been handled in a much better way. Except that, the show was phenomenal.
3. Agent Carter (2015-2016)
Highlighting Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter, Agent Carter moves around her adventures as an administrative assistant who also secretly works with Iron Man’s father, Howard Stark. Agent Carter is an amazing show because of its amazing writing. Peggy Carter who was shown more as an inspiration to Captain America slowly develops as Agent Carter. You will literally wish to see her as Agent Carter in her standalone movie.4. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013-2020)
This show started off as quite boring only to get extremely interesting later on. If you started watching it but left it soon because it’s boring, then you’re at loss. Because later on it gets cooler and includes time travel and ghost rider appearances. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D bring back Agent Phil Coulson who was killed in the Avengers and was brought back to life. Want to know how? Better watch its 6 seasons on Netflix. It is said that the 7th one will be its last season.
5. Spider-Man: The Animated Series (1994-1998)
What makes Spider-Man enter the list is its rogues’ gallery. Almost every superhero or villain character makes it to the rogues’ gallery. Spider-Man is really unbeatable for every Marvel fan even though its voice acting is not good, still Spider-Man’s appearance on the small screen is the best fascination for all Marvel fans. You can watch the entire series on Disney+
6. Legion (2017-2019)
Legion is such a thrilling show that you can’t just watch it for one episode. It’s absurdly unique, surreal, and trippy. It’s quite hard to get inside and understand that madness. It’s amazing as long as it’s trippy to you. The story is about a man named David Haller, played by Dan Stevens, who everybody thinks is schizophrenic, but actually comes out to be a mutant. You can watch the first two seasons on Hulu.
7. Luke Cage (2016-2018)
Luke Cage, who is known as Power Man in the comics, is a socially informed show that slides into blaxploitation territory at moments. Can’t deny that it is weirdly uneven with some parts feeling very unnecessary. The story is about Luke Cage, who is a man with super-tough skin. He starts off with people who think he’s bad, then they think he’s good, and then he becomes a little of both. Despite the weird structure of the series, it’s fine as a standalone in the Netflix Marvel Universe.
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