The finale of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D series not only came up with the series end but also the end of the era of Marvel Television. Here we are with you with the ranked score of every Marvel show as per the critics.
This Marvel product is at the lowest score by the critics. Due to its dragged plot, confused characters, and flat storyline, this series could even ask for its next sequel. Although it got a bit of praise for its visual effects overall, it was brashly flopped by the fans.
This above ranking is all about the average scoring of every Marvel Collection from the critics to the Marvel series’s closure.
12. Iron Fist
Average score: 37
Before the Inhumans release, this series was considered the worst show created under the Marvel franchise. With an unplanted plot and confused characters, this show was highly bashed by the critics and the fans so that Netflix canceled the other seasons of Iron Fist.
11. The Punisher
Average score: 59
Featuring Frank Castle in the show made the series more interesting to watch the fight scenes in such a gritty and dark tone. Many viewers found the character of Joh Bernthal, who portrayed as the anti-hero in the story but more appreciated by the critics. Its realistic storyline made the series a worth watching Marvel show.
10. The Defenders
Average score: 70.5
This show was quite entertaining for the audience. Although this was a mini-series yet capable of pouring out the actual ideology behind the different characters in the comprehensive society, it was considered the street level’s heroes.
9. The Gifted
Average score: 71
This show premiered in the same year of Marvel’s first series Inhumans, released. This show had a pretty good visual effect and a clear storyline. Some fans found it so underwhelming, but this show was a decent one in Marvel Collection.
Average score: 77.5
This show also ties up with the cloak and Dagger with an average rating of 77.5 by critics. Again, followed up the story of Teenager’s superheroes. But unfortunately, the massive star cast tended to make the information a bit confused for the audience. But after that, its other seasons improved well to get better reviews.
7. Cloak and Dagger
Average score: 77.5
This show was Marvel’s second show about the Teenager’s superheroes. Along with its unique storyline, its engaging storyline captivated the audience till the end, even though it was a bit confusing but so mystical at the same moment.
6. Jessica Jones
Average score: 79.5
The ties of rating score with Agent Carter was Netflix’s second series, which gained so much popularity for its cast’s tremendous performance. As in the character of Kilgrave and Krysten Ritter like Titular, David Tennant was appreciated the most, but later on, Netflix ended up the show with an uncleared finale.
5. Agent Carter
Average score: 79.5
This Marvel show had a fantastic start. Hayley Atwell was the center of the show as the audience knew her as Peggy from Captain America. This show summed up with a mixed barrage of humour, actions, drama, and tremendous cast. But sadly, the series ran-up to only the second season.
4. Luke cage
Average score: 80.5
As being the third Marvel Netflix series, Luke was portrayed as one of a kind superheroes. This was an entirely social series in which the superhero saved the people from humans’ evil souls. However, few audiences found it confusing plot but hit the hearts by the characters.
Average score: 82
This show was the first Marvel show, renowned for its bulky dialogue delivery and fight scenes. The character looked more thriller than expected to be featured in a comic show played by Charlie Cox. The audience in the climax highly admired its final season.
2. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D
Average score: 84.5
This show was Marvel’s longest-running show. Initiated by the low rating, the season revived with much improvement. This series was a sum-up of humor, suspense, and drama all together to captivate its audience.
Average score: 86.5
Legion stood in first place by the critics’ score for the Marvel series. Due to its impressive visuals and plot, this provided us a mixed genres series. Despite being a confusing narrative as a complaint by some audience, it stepped out as one of the masterpieces of Marvels shows.
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