All 32 DC TV shows ranked from worst to best

From Batman to Superman and Lois, DC TV has been a staple of our lives for decades, But which of the many DC shows is the very best?

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1996 DEAN CAIN AND TERI HATCHER OF THE HIT TV SERIES "LOIS AND CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, DC TV
1996 DEAN CAIN AND TERI HATCHER OF THE HIT TV SERIES "LOIS AND CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN / Getty Images/GettyImages

16. Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993 - 1997)

The Man of Steel constantly found new ways of reinventing himself for television, perhaps making his relationship with the small screen even more successful than his iconic big screen legacy. One of the finest examples of that is Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, which showcased a very different side of him.

The '90s ABC series prioritized Clark Kent over Superman and the importance of his relationship with Lois Lane became a focal aspect of that. Workplace dramedies were a much-loved aspect of '90s television and Lois and Clark managed to channel that with ease, effortlessly blending it with some DC Comics lore while it was at it. It went a long way in humanizing a very superhuman character, while also highlighting just how strong a character Lois is.

Not every aspect of Lois and Clark has aged well. Much of Clark's origins feel underdeveloped or glossed over, and the special effects don't hold up, but the strength of the chemistry between Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher and the witty writing ensures that the show has remained a beloved, relevant part of the superhero TV conversation.