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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The Falcon and the Winter Solider, Marvel
(L-R): Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) and Falcon/Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) in Marvel Studios’ THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER. Photo by Julie Vrabelova. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved. /

14. The Falcon and the Winter Solider

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was actually supposed to be the first of the Marvel Studios Disney Plus shows but some delays resulted in it getting pushed to second. Coming just weeks after WandaVision, the show had a tough task to live up to those high expectations, but it mostly pulled it off.

The show's greatest strength lies in the chemistry between leads Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, as their characters' back-and-forth very much elevates some of those earlier episodes that don't quite come together as well as some of the subsequent ones do. Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes are beloved characters within the MCU franchise, and they share a best friend, but they don't get on very well, and that sells the concept of the show well - as does the idea of Steve Rogers' successor as Captain America.

Even with a slow start, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier goes from strength-to-strength the longer that it goes on, producing a compelling tale that spotlights important issue-led storylines and remarkable performances. Seeing Sam's journey to becoming Captain America pay off was a fulfilling moment for fans, as was seeing Bucky address his own trauma from years as the Winter Soldier.

The show also features some of the best fight choreography in all of the MCU. Period.