She-Hulk has officially wrapped and it certainly has fans divided. Some have referred to its finale as the best we’ve seen, while others were turned off by the overly meta storyline. So, where does She-Hulk fit within the overall world of Marvel’s Disney+ series? Well to figure that out the Critic’s Team here at FandomWire got together, compared our rankings and did our calculations. So, here it is, all MCU shows ranked (so far).
8. What If?
Coming in last on our list is What If? It would be an understatement to say that the fanbase was excited about this project when first announced. With this show relying heavily on the multiverse, fans were dying to see what kind of scenarios Marvel could put our favorite heroes AND villains into. Sadly most of the ideas put to screen seemed to be relatively grounded in the grand scheme and didn’t quite live up to expectations, that being said we’re hoping they right their wrongs with the upcoming season two.
7. Falcon and The Winter Soldier
While most of the MCU series to this point haven’t relied much on the films, this one’s plot was directly entangled in them. Following the send-off of Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson is given the shield and unknowingly, the battles it brings with it. While this show had the opportunity to be one of the best, the plot ended up feeling relatively flat, as, in the end, our threat doesn’t feel as if they put much at stake, considering there are tons of heroes around the world now.
Ms.Marvel was generally a show that was executed perfectly for what it was trying to portray, a more kid-friendly approach to the MCU. Iman Vellani was absolutely phenomenal as Kamala Khan, and frankly so was the rest of the cast. That being said, given its PG rating, it loses some of its lust, making the action, in its competition far better.
Loki is a show that while great, did lack at some points, losing some momentum on this list. While the events of the show are fun and interesting, after watching it gives a feeling of confusion. While we know the stakes have been raised, as He Who Remains has now been killed, we still have no way of looking into the peeping hole and knowing what to expect for season two, especially with Avengers 5 on the way.
4. Moon Knight
Is there really much we need to say about Moon Knight? The introduction of the Egyptian gods and heroes into the MCU was done in spectacular fashion. From great acting (from a phenomenal cast) to massive battles standing above the Egyptian pyramids, this show truly has something for everyone.
She-Hulk is the newest of the MCU series and certainly came in with a smash (pun intended). Taking a step away from the normal MCU formula, She-Hulk decides to tackle real-world problems including misogyny, which plays a huge role in the show. And while we don’t want to spoil the finale as it’s still fresh, it was practically perfect and drastically made up for the points where the show had lacked in previous episodes.
Hawkeye is a relatively grounded show in the MCU’s broader aspect, but that doesn’t stop it from being one of the best. Hawkeye excels in telling a story that’s not just about action but family, and what kind of consequences “superheroing” has on one’s family. It’s also a Christmas show! Who doesn’t love a good Christmas show?
At number one we have the show that broke the internet, WandaVision. The plot of this show was simply fantastic. Using each episode as a homage to different generations of sitcoms was brilliant and executed perfectly. Pair this with the fact that the suspense of this show had the internet garnering up every theory in existence. Chances are even if you weren’t watching the show at the time you heard or have now heard of all of the Mephisto theories and memes. That being said, it should bring no question as to why WandaVision comes in at our number one spot.