17. She-Hulk: Attorney At Law
Marvel Studios never tried anything quite as different as She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. The MCU series was part-time sitcom, part-time superhero adventure, and all-time fun.
Tatiana Maslany was incredibly charismatic with her lead performance as Jennifer Walters, a.k.a. the woman who would be Hulk, and the writing was so darn witty throughout its nine-episode run that every episode felt like a real hoot. It also found some unique and interesting ways to maintain its MCU connection while doing something different, and that involved bringing back faces such as Wong, The Abomination, and even Daredevil.
She-Hulk was a breath of fresh air that tried something different and succeeded in doing so. It might have made more sense as a network TV series (comedies still feel odd on streamers) but the show made it work, delivering lots of laughs, some entertaining story beats, and a thoughtful exploration of what a day in the life of She-Hulk is like.
The show only struggles when it tries to fit into the MCU (as not all of the characters feel like themselves when it does) but when it exists as a standalone nine-episode comedy series, it's brilliant.