Every Marvel TV Show Ranked

Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph in "Cloak & Dagger"

Since Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel’s Cinematic Universe has grown in popularity even more than anyone thought possible. In addition to its movies, Marvel have created some great (and not so great) TV shows. Here are all 11 ranked.

1. Jessica Jones

Krysten Ritter is fantastic as the first televised Marvel female heroine. It’s boldly feminist and possesses enough personality to make up for any plot holes.

2. Agent Carter

Despite being cancelled after just two seasons, the story of Peggy Carter is funny, aesthetically pleasing and incredibly well written.

3. Daredevil

The Daredevil TV series is far better on all accounts than the movie adaptation and demonstrates how successful a superhero TV show can be.

4. Luke Cage

Luke Cage has a vibrant, well rounded cast and the series is culturally relevant and important.

5. Cloak and Dagger

The newest addition to the Marvel television franchise has gone down well and has a fantastic array of versatile characters.

6. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

The series ties in well with MCU but is a little muddled in places. Still, it has a good following and has the potential to continue running alongside the movies.

7. The Punisher

Jon Bernthal’s Punisher was the highlight of Daredevil but wasn’t cut out for two whole seasons.

8. The Defenders

Despite uniting Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Daredevil, this series just didn’t come together well.

9. The Runaways

The Runaways probably deserves to be rated a little higher on this list as there are some great bits, especially at the start of season one. Unfortunately, it is derived from one of Marvel’s best comics so loses points for being a disappointing adaptation.

10. Iron Fist

It’s dull, unimaginative and caused is controversially dated.

11. Inhumans

There’s not much good to say about this garish adaptation.