Every TV Series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ranked
Inspired by the arrival of 'Secret Invasion,' we took a look back to rank all eight of the series Marvel has released so far.
It’s no secret that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has left an indelible imprint on Hollywood, creating an interconnected universe that dates all the way back to 2008 and spans 32 separate films. Love them or hate them, the MCU has pushed the boundaries of what was previously thought possible and created new opportunities for countless franchises.
But it was on Jan. 15, 2021, that Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios, and Disney+ really took things to new heights, with the debut of the first MCU television program, Wandavision. The show presented a slew of new opportunities for Feige and Marvel as it offered a brand-new way to tie new heroes, villains, complex ideas that require episodic storytelling, and more into the greater MCU timeline.
Eight TV series have been released on Disney+ since, with three of them being named after brand-new characters that likely would not have been able to carry their own full-length feature films. On top of that, it gives Marvel the chance to spread out its content, have characters’ stories told by different kinds of writers (television as opposed to film), and develop heroes and villains in a more in-depth and detailed way.
So with the release of the newest Disney+ series, Secret Invasion starring Samuel L. Jackson, we took a look back to rank all eight of the series Marvel has released so far. Only time will tell where Secret Invasion falls on this list when it’s all said and done.
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