5 most disliked Marvel TV shows, ranked worst to best

5 Marvel TV shows have been so disliked by audiences they earned Rotten status on Rotten Tomatoes. Some of these shows deserved the hate they were given, but others weren't nearly as bad as fans made them out to be.

MARVEL'S INHUMANS - "... And Finally: Black Bolt" - It's brother versus brother as the final showdown between Black Bolt and Maximus takes an unexpected turn - one with lasting consequences for all of Inhumanity, on the exciting season finale of "Marvel's Inhumans," airing FRIDAY, NOV. 10 (9:01-10:01 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Karen Neal)
MIKE MOH, EME IKWUAKOR, KEN LEUNG, ANSON MOUNT, SERINDA SWAN, ISABELLE CORNISH
MARVEL'S INHUMANS - "... And Finally: Black Bolt" - It's brother versus brother as the final showdown between Black Bolt and Maximus takes an unexpected turn - one with lasting consequences for all of Inhumanity, on the exciting season finale of "Marvel's Inhumans," airing FRIDAY, NOV. 10 (9:01-10:01 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Karen Neal) MIKE MOH, EME IKWUAKOR, KEN LEUNG, ANSON MOUNT, SERINDA SWAN, ISABELLE CORNISH /
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SECRET INVASION
Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury in Marvel Studios' SECRET INVASION, exclusively on Disney+. Photo by Des Willie. © 2023 MARVEL. /

3. Secret Invasion

Secret Invasion had so much potential, but wow did the show squander that away so quickly. 

The show did itself no help when right out of the gate it gave fans a major reason to dislike it before ever watching an episode. The show made the tone-deaf decision to utilize AI tools to create its opening title septa a time when creatives in Hollywood were literally fighting for rights to protect themselves from AI. 

As if the credits weren’t bad enough, the show was just dreadfully boring and made so many dumb decisions. 

The worst of the bunch? That would be the decision to kill off Maria Hill and Talos, two amazing characters who deserved so much more than this show’s mistreatment of them. Maria’s death in particular was just downright shameful as Marvel once again fridged a powerful and beloved female hero with the sole purpose of “furthering” the story of a male counterpart. 

The only reason this show does not rank lower on this list is Olivia Colman. Colman was such a delight in the role of Sonya Falsworth delivering a scene-stealing performance that has fans hoping we haven't seen the last of Colman in the MCU.