Ranking Every MCU Show From Worst To Best

From WandaVision to Daredevil, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and beyond...

MCU TV Shows Ranked
Marvel Television / Netflix

At the time of writing The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is mere days away from premiering on Disney+.

For so, so many of us, that 19 March 2021 date cannot get here quick enough, as fans eagerly await how things play out for Anthony Mackie's Sam Wilson and Sebastian Stan's Bucky Barnes in a post-Avengers: Endgame landscape.

Before The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, of course, audiences were treated to the truly sublime WandaVision. Centred in a world of make-believe created by Wanda Maximoff to deal with her grief and trauma, that miniseries kept audiences eagerly awaiting each and every one of its nine episodes.

Of course, the TV landscape of the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe encompasses far more than just WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. It expands far beyond to Netflix and other networks, with various shows of varying quality being made over the last decade.

In truth, there are likely far more shows than you think that actually take place within the MCU. So with that in mind, here is every single MCU TV series ranked from the absolute worst to the very best!

13. Inhumans

MCU TV Shows Ranked
Marvel Television / Walt Disney Television

Inhumans is a unique beast when it comes to the TV shows of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as it was originally announced to be a full feature film for Phase Three of the silver screen MCU releases - even confirmed for a November 2018 premiere.

That announcement came from Marvel Studios back in 2014, but fast forward three years and we'd instead be served up a hugely disappointing eight episode TV take on what was and still is an iconic Marvel property.

On paper, Inhumans looked to have plenty of the right chess pieces in place. Cast-wise, the likes of Anson Mount, Serinda Swan, Eme Ikwuakor, Ken Leung and Iwan Rheon were solid names to anchor the show. The promise of slow-burn family drama over superhero spectacle also made the series an intriguing one.

Unfortunately though this live-action take on the Inhumans fell flat from the moment the first piece of promo art was revealed. With its core crew looking like low-rent cosplayers, the initial character designs and costumes were enough to already have many fearing for the series.

Those fears would sadly be realised once Inhumans started to air and delivered a dull, dragging experience from episode to episode. No wonder ABC opted to axe the series rather than move forward with a second season.

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