Now that She-Hulk is done smashing things (…including a certain handsome lawyer), we’re looking at a months-long break until Disney+’s next Marvel series arrives. So let’s take stock of how the MCU’s small-screen efforts have stacked up after nearly two full years.
WandaVision of course kicked things off in grand fashion in January 2021 (racking up 23 Emmy nominations along the way), followed soon after by Loki and then The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. We then got a non-canonical diversion in the form of the animated What If…? anthology, after which Hawkeye rang in the 2021 holiday season with a Christmas-in-New York folly.
Moon Knight marked Disney+’s first Marvel series of 2022, followed by Ms. Marvel and then the aforementioned She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
Now, save for the one-off Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (due out in December), Marvel’s steady stream of TV offerings is taking its longest breather yet, until Secret Invasion hits our screens in Spring 2023.
Which of Disney+’s seven live-action, in-MCU series have been the most “super,” and which have fallen short? Here is our current ranking — give it a look, then vote for the BEST (link here) and WORST (link here) shows! (Also, purely as a fun FYI, we have noted where each show and its finale ranks per the TVLine reader polls conducted at each season’s end.)