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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1. Iron First

Of the Marvel Netflix shows, none gets more hate from fans than Iron Fist. The series centers around Danny Rand as he tries to settle back into his life in New York after being presumed dead. Upon his return, Danny balances regaining his place at his family's company and using his martial arts skills and a mystical force known as the Iron Fist to fight forces that threaten to do harm.

Many criticized the show's first season for pacing issues, uninspired fight sequences, and tore Danny down with countless complaints about why he didn't live up to the standard Marvel's other Netflix shows had set. However, season 1 was nowhere as bad as some made it out to be.

Because so many wrote the show off after a few episodes, they never got to witness the amazing second season the show delivered, which addressed many of the criticisms from season 1 and really found its groove in its second season. The fight choreography was stunning, the pacing was perfect, and Danny transformed into a more mature and complex character as the show dove deeper into the mythology of the Iron Fist and K'un-Lun.

It's a shame the show didn't get the chance to continue its story in season 3 and that fans turned their back on this show when they did, as it evolved so much between seasons and ended its run on the highest of highs leaving those who stuck with the show wanting so much more.

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