Every Marvel TV show ever, ranked from worst to best

From Daredevil to the Disney Plus shows, Marvel has dominated TV over the years but which of its shows stand out the best?
Marvel's Daredevil. Image courtesy Netflix
Marvel's Daredevil. Image courtesy Netflix /
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Cloak and Dagger, Marvel
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 /

16. Cloak and Dagger

Another underrated series from the Marvel TV days, Cloak and Dagger ran for two seasons on Freeform between 2018 and 2019. It too was loosely set in the MCU, acknowledging some of the events that transpired in the movies, while also focusing primarily on its own characters and storylines.

The titular duo, real names Tandy and Tyrone, were imbued with superpowers after a Roxxon accident, uniting them in the process. They had their differences, but their gifts bonded them in a way that few others could understand them and it soon led them to realize that their power levels grew whenever they were together.

While the show did bite off more than it could chew on occasion, it produced some remarkably thought-provoking stories that elevated the superhero TV genre at the time. It also had just enough balance between superhero fun and seriousness to pull off its premise, while Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph did a phenomenal job with their engaging performances.

Again, this show was capable of more had it been given the chance.

15. The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk might have been made by Universal Television for CBS but it became the most popular series based on a Marvel Comics character for a very long time. It fared much better than The Amazing Spider-Man series and is credited for turning the Hulk into a mainstream sensation as it entertained audiences weekly between 1977 and 1982, producing 80 episodes across five seasons - which was a huge deal at the time.

Sure, it was a product of its time with some outdated storylines and '70s production values but with the way in which it managed to tell intricate stories about the duality of David Banner (not Bruce, interestingly enough) and his green alter-ego was very impressive for the time. Bill Bixby delivered a compelling and nuanced performance as David, while Lou Ferringo was absolutely terrifying as the Hulk. And watching these two get up to some absolutely wild adventures made the show a blast.

It also flew the superhero TV flag at a time when there was so few of them, so who knows where the genre - and the Hulk - would be today without it.