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?

The Flash -- "When Harry Met Harry..." -- Image Number: FLA406b_0300b.jpg -- Pictured: Grant Gustin as The Flash -- Photo: Katie Yu/The CW -- © 2017 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.
The Flash -- "When Harry Met Harry..." -- Image Number: FLA406b_0300b.jpg -- Pictured: Grant Gustin as The Flash -- Photo: Katie Yu/The CW -- © 2017 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved. /
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7. Wonder Woman (1975 - 1979)

Another game-changer in the DC world, Wonder Woman was the first major female-led superhero series. The show is still highly-regarded for that all these years later. Its reputation precedes it, and honestly it's well-deserved, too.

The first season of the show was set during World War II, and it could get appropriately serious when it wanted to. Sure, it had the triumphant Wonder Woman theme play throughout it, but that was only to add a little bit of hope to some of its more serious storylines, as Diana Prince helped Steve Trevor take down some complex threats. Period pieces have a way of feeling timeless when executed right, and Wonder Woman's first season pulled that off well, with production values that were incredibly high for the time.

Its second and third seasons have aged a bit more-so because of the decision to "relocate" the story in the 1970s. With that, there was spy drama, espionage, turtlenecks and tailored trousers, and a whole lot of disco music. And yet beneath it all were some unexpectedly complex capers that still hold up well in today's day and age.

Wonder Woman's place in history is unchallenged, but we don't discuss the strength of its writing enough. The show is more than worthy of its legendary reputation and Lynda Carter's game-changing performance is still as awe-inspiring to watch today as it was back then.

The show is truly a wonder; then, now, and forever.