Marvel TV: Ranking all 13 Marvel Television shows from worst to best

Photo: Marvel's Jessica Jones.. Image Courtesy Netflix
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MARVEL’S CLOAK & DAGGER – “Restless Energy” – Now living very different lives, Tyrone and Tandy try to stay under the wire while still honing their powers. After coming to terms with their destiny, the two now find it difficult to just stand by and do nothing while bad things continue to happen throughout the city. Meanwhile, Brigid is struggling from her recovery. This episode of “MarvelÕs Cloak & Dagger” airs Thursday, April 4 (8:00 Ð 9:00 p.m. ET/PT) on Freeform. (Freeform/Alfonso Bresciani)AUBREY JOSEPH, OLIVIA HOLT /

10. Cloak and Dagger

When the news came out that Cloak and Dagger was going to be a show, it sounded like a novel idea. Cloak and Dagger are unknown to the casual fan. Considering this show was going to be marketed for viewers who watch shows on The CW, these two were a smart choice. Their powers were changed a bit from the comic, but, again, this was a good thing. It was even getting positive reviews in season 1. If everything was doing well, then what was the problem? It just wasn’t for everyone.

Just like some of the heroes and villains in The Gifted, Cloak and Dagger aren’t characters fans would know. Because of they were unknown, Cloak and Dagger had to bring in consistent viewers every week. Despite this not being a show that adults may have preferred, it was well done.

Canceling it after only two seasons was a huge mistake. We’ve seen shows like this work on the CW and go on for years. This was canceled too early and it’s a shame. While it’s being rated low on this list, let it be known it isn’t because this was a bad show. It wasn’t given enough time to progress.  Tandy Bowen (Dagger) and Tyrone Johnson (Cloak) are great and so were the actors who played them.