Ranking a Decade of Live-Action Marvel TV by Worthiness (Of Your Time) | #SciFiSunday
It’s closing in on winter in the middle of a pandemic with very little new content to consume, which means there’s little else to do but binge watch TV from years past. Enter this handy list from Tor.com.
Over the last decade, a wide variety of live-action Marvel superhero shows have been released… and I’ve watched every single one of them (well, all except for Powers—a PlayStation network show. If you’ve ever actually seen it, please let me know where it should go on this list). In honor of Helstrom’s recent premiere and the upcoming WandaVision series, I wanted to look back on the fourteen shows I’ve seen and let you know which ones were most (and least) deserving of your time.
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