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The Best Marvel TV Show According To Rotten Tomatoes

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Published on 19 Jun 2020 / In Film Trailers

As the world prepares for the MCU's Disney Plus shows, it's time to look back on the Marvel TV shows that have already come and gone. There have been many, stretching back to the 1960s, but how do they stack up? These are the best Marvel TV shows, according to Rotten Tomatoes.

10: X-Men: The Animated Series

1992's X-Men: The Animated Series distilled everything that made Marvel's mutants so beloved into a truly wild ride that perfectly encapsulates the '90s. The first episode even features Jubilee being pursued by a Sentinel, and the X-Men trying to save her.

Wolverine is at his sneering best, alongside straight-arrow Cyclops and erudite Beast. They're a motley crew, but they have each other, and by hook or by crook, that ends up being enough.

It's not all about action, however, the show is just as highly regarded for its romance. There is the familiar love triangle between Cyclops, Wolverine, and Jean Grey, of course, but the tension between the untouchable Rogue and loose cannon Gambit is just as enticing. With that blend of well-crafted character and all-out x-treme action, it's no surprise that X-Men stuck around for a full five seasons, finally ending in 1997 after 76 stellar episodes.

With relatively faithful adaptations of classic X-Men stories like The Dark Phoenix Saga, X-Men '92 introduced an entire generation to the greatest superhero soap opera in comics, with all the complexities and weirdness that came with it. As evidenced by its 85% score on Rotten Tomatoes, it's still remembered fondly almost 30 years later.

9: Marvel's Agent Carter

Agent Carter picks up shortly after the apparent death of Steve Rogers in Captain America: The First Avenger, following the post-war adventures of Peggy Carter, played by Hayley Atwell. Stuck as a secretary in the Strategic Scientific Reserve, Peggy gets the chance to do more when Howard Stark recruits her to clear his name after he's accused of treason. Peggy, alongside with Stark's loyal butler Jarvis, embarks upon a double life as a secretary and spy. With a strong lead and fun supporting cast, this show plays both as a stylish period piece and a lighthearted spy romp.

Running just two seasons from 2015 to 2016, Agent Carter was a critical favorite but ended up canceled by ABC for low ratings. The fans who did watch it, however, recognize the show as the hidden gem of the MCU, with a genre-breaking attitude and the same quick-witted action that made Peggy a fan-favorite on the big screen. As a result, it holds a strong 86% on Rotten Tomatoes. Now that the whole thing is available to stream on Disney Plus, it's bound to reach an audience that wants to see Peggy as more than just Captain America's long-lost love. Keep watching the video to see the best marvel TV show according to Rotten Tomatoes.

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10: X-Men: The Animated Series | 0:00
9: Marvel's Agent Carter | 1:33
8: Marvel's Runaways | 2:34
7: Marvel's Cloak And Dagger | 3:40
6: Marvel's Luke Cage | 4:22
5: Legion | 5:21
4: Marvel's Daredevil | 6:34
3: Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. | 7:35
2: The Spectacular Spider-Man | 8:36
1: The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes | 9:44

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