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The best superhero TV shows of all time

Although superheroes were once relegated to Saturday morning cartoons, the popular comic book heroes are no longer confined to terrestrial TV or even cable. The streaming era has led to the rise of several new shows, as well as the chance to see nearly forgotten classic animated and live-action series that might otherwise have only been available as bootleg DVDs at comic conventions. But with so many programs to keep track of, it can be difficult to determine which ones are worth your time. Fortunately, we’ve already made those selections for you in our list of the best superhero TV shows of all time.

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The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008) new
The Spectacular Spider-Man
8.3/10
tv-y7 2 Seasons
Genre Action & Adventure, Animation
Cast Josh Keaton
Created by Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
There have been a lot of Spider-Man cartoons in the last six decades, but The Spectacular Spider-Man has a special place in the hearts of fans. This is the show that thoroughly modernized its take on Peter Parker (Josh Keaton) while successfully drawing from several eras of Spider-Man stories to create a fully realized version of his mythos. It was also one of the few shows to take full advantage of Peter’s large supporting cast, including Gwen Stacy (Lacey Chabert), Mary Jane Watson (Vanessa Marshall), Eddie Brock (Benjamin Diskin), Flash Thompson (Joshua LeBar), and the largest assortment of supervillains this side of a comic book store. It also helps that the theme song is really catchy.
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008) new
Batman: The Brave and the Bold
7.3/10
tv-y7 3 Seasons
Genre Animation, Action & Adventure
Cast Diedrich Bader
Created by Michael Jelenic, James Tucker
After the creative heights of Batman: The Animated Series and Batman Beyond, fans were understandably wary about Batman: The Brave and the Bold’s much lighter take on the Caped Crusader. And it’s true, this show was more about comedy than action. But it was also strangely true to the spirit of the Silver Age of comic books, with some wild team-ups including Space Ghost and Scooby Doo, who would ordinarily never run into the Dark Knight. Regardless, Diedrich Bader’s Batman proved to be a worthy addition to the long line of performers who have taken the role. And the series is a modern classic.
Invincible (2021) new
Invincible
8.7/10
tv-ma 1 Season
Genre Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Drama
Cast Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh, J.K. Simmons

Trust us, you don’t want your very young kids watching Invincible. It’s a terrific show and one of the most comic-book-accurate TV series to date. However, it really earns its TV-MA rating with absolutely brutal depictions of violence which are not for the faint of heart. But it works so well because the title character, Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), is very earnest about his desire to be a hero like his father, Omni-Man (J. K. Simmons). As Invincible, Mark makes a lot of mistakes and pays a high physical price for his shortcomings. Yet his spirit is pure, and he may be the only thing standing between our world and an unstoppable alien force that hits close to home.
Invincible – Official Trailer | Prime Video
Harley Quinn (2019) new
Harley Quinn
88 %
8.5/10
tv-ma 4 Seasons
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Animation, Crime, Action & Adventure, Comedy
Cast Kaley Cuoco, Lake Bell
Created by Dean Lorey, Patrick Schumacker, Justin Halpern
Perhaps the greatest test of Harley Quinn’s star power was whether she could hold down her own animated series. Since the series currently awaits its fourth season on HBO Max, we can safely say that the test was passed with flying colors. This hilariously profane animated series is decidedly not for kids, but it features a fantastic evolution of Harley Quinn (Kaley Cuoco) as she cuts ties with the Joker (Alan Tudyk) once and for all. Harley even puts her own gang together with Clayface (Tudyk), Doctor Psycho (Tony Hale), and King Shark (Ron Funches). But Harley’s defining relationship in this show is with her best friend, Poison Ivy (Lake Bell). Their feelings for each other eventually turn into true love; which is a transformative experience for both of them.
Harley Quinn Season 3 | Official Trailer | HBO Max
Ms. Marvel (2022)
Ms. Marvel
78 %
6.2/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Comedy
Cast Iman Vellani, Matt Lintz, Yasmeen Fletcher
Created by Bisha K. Ali
Perhaps the most refreshing thing about Ms. Marvel is that her alter ego, Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), is so normal. She’s a teenage girl who loves superheroes a little too much who just happens to be a second-generation Pakistani-American and a practicing Muslim who sometimes struggles to find her way in the world. But when Kamala discovers her latent superpowers, she readily embraces her new reality even though she doesn’t initially realize how dangerous her life is about to become. Kamala’s powers are connected to otherworldly travelers and to The Partition of India that created Pakistan decades earlier. And if she wants to be a real hero, then Kamala has a lot to learn.
Peacemaker (2022)
Peacemaker
70 %
8.3/10
tv-ma 1 Season
Genre Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama
Cast John Cena, Danielle Brooks, Freddie Stroma
Created by James Gunn
Director James Gunn really set the irreverent tone for Peacemaker with an opening credits sequence that features the entire cast doing a very silly dance number to the theme song. The show has its dark comedic touches, but it also has its share of human drama and great superhero action. John Cena reprises his role as Christopher Smith/Peacemaker from The Suicide Squad, alongside A.R.G.U.S. agents Emilia Harcourt (Jennifer Holland) and John Economos (Steve Agee); both of whom resent Smith because he’s a huge jerk. Regardless, Peacemaker strikes up an unlikely friendship with Leota Adebayo (Danielle Brooks), unaware that she was sent to spy on him as he goes up against a world-ending threat.
Hawkeye (2021)
Hawkeye
66 %
7.5/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Drama, Comedy, Action & Adventure
Cast Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Tony Dalton
Created by Jonathan Igla
Hawkeye is the Christmas holiday superhero show we never knew we wanted. But all Clint Barton/Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) wants for the holidays is a quiet life so he can spend more time with his family. Unfortunately for Clint, he feels the need to intervene when his biggest fan, Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), is spotted on TV wearing his Ronin costume. This attracts the attention of several of Hawkeye’s enemies from his days as Ronin, including Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox), the woman who has vowed to kill the person behind Ronin’s mask for murdering her father years before. Out of all of the Disney+ Marvel shows, this one has the best mix of comedy and action.
Moon Knight (2022)
Moon Knight
69 %
7.3/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Mystery
Cast Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, May Calamawy
Created by Jeremy Slater
Oscar Isaac has a lot of roles to play in Moon Knight, even though he is technically just one man. Steven Grant (Isaac) doesn’t initially realize that he is Marc Spector or Moon Knight. His dissociative identity disorder is so severe that Steven has no memory of his double life. But when Marc’s existence as Moon Knight bleeds into his other life, Steven finds himself on the run with Marc’s estranged wife, Layla El-Faouly (May Calamawy), on a quest to keep Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke) and his cult from unleashing the wrath of the imprisoned goddess, Ammit.
Superman: The Animated Series (1996)
Superman: The Animated Series
8.1/10
tv-pg 3 Seasons
Genre Animation, Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Tim Daly, Dana Delany
Created by Alan Burnett, Bruce Timm

Twenty-five years ago, the creative team behind Batman: The Animated Series reunited to see if they could capture lightning in a bottle twice with DC’s Man of Steel. Superman: The Animated Series stands as a testament to their success. For the first time since the Christopher Reeve movies, Superman was distilled down to his core essence while also embracing his comic book roots. Tim Daly provided the voice of Superman and his alter ego, Clark Kent, while Dana Delany was an appropriately feisty and independent Lois Lane. The great Clancy Brown brought a real sense of menace to Lex Luthor as both a businessman and Superman’s greatest rival. Even Lauren Tom’s Supergirl proved to be a wonderful addition to the show.

But this show’s greatest accomplishment is that it actually has a slow-burn story with Darkseid (Michael Ironside) and the New Gods that plays out all the way through the series until the two-part series finale. In short, Superman got to face his greatest nemesis, and the animated series had a satisfying conclusion that still resonates.

Green Lantern: The Animated Series (2011)
Green Lantern: The Animated Series
8/10
tv-pg 1 Season
Genre Action & Adventure, Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Josh Keaton, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jason Spisak
Created by Bruce Timm
While the Green Lantern movie failed to set the box office on fire, the animated series really captured the essence of the comic book. Green Lantern: The Animated Series also had the distinction of being the first DC series to fully utilize CGI animation. This show embraced serialization with two different arcs that played out over 13 episodes each. Josh Keaton headlined the series as Green Lantern Hal Jordan, with Kevin Michael Richardson as Kilowog, Jason Spisak as Razer, and Grey DeLisle as Aya. Razer and Aya were both created for the show, and they proved to be the heart of the series as a remorseful Red Lantern and a living machine developed romantic feelings for each other. Triumph and tragedy followed, but this is a series that went out on a hopeful note despite its relatively short run.
Young Justice (2010)
Young Justice
8.7/10
tv-14 4 Seasons
Genre Animation, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure
Cast Jesse McCartney, Khary Payton, Nolan North
Created by Greg Weisman, Brandon Vietti
Don’t call them sidekicks! In Young Justice, Robin, Aqualad, and Kid Flash refused to be considered second-string heroes. That’s why they formed their own team along with Superboy, Miss Martian, and the enigmatic Artemis. Under the instruction of Batman, Black Canary, and other Justice League heroes, the Young Justice squad proved that they were ready for the big leagues. This series embraced mature storytelling and allowed the characters to visibly age and mature over the course of the show. And as the heroes became adults, a new generation of younger heroes kept their tradition alive. This is also the best-written DC Comics-inspired series to date.
X-Men (1992)
X-Men
8.5/10
tv-y7 5 Seasons
Genre Kids, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Animation, Action & Adventure
Cast Cathal J. Dodd, Cedric Smith, Norm Spencer
Created by Sidney Iwanter, Mark Edward Edens, Margaret Loesch, Eric Lewald
Believe it or not, superheroes were considered risky before Fox took a chance on X-Men: The Animated Series. It took a lot to bring Marvel’s mutant heroes to the small screen in a relatively faithful incarnation, but kids were immediately taken by the X-Men. This group of outcasts and misfits fought for a world that hated and feared them, and the show actually allowed them to have conflicted emotions about that. Heroes lived, loved, and even occasionally died, which elevated the show beyond previously watered-down stories. The animated series arguably paved the way for the live-action movie eight years later, and it remains one of Marvel’s best adaptations.
WandaVision (2021)
WandaVision
77 %
7.9/10
tv-14 1 Season
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Mystery, Drama
Cast Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Kathryn Hahn
Created by Jac Schaeffer

A lot of viewers didn’t know what to make of WandaVision when it was released on Disney+ in January 2021. As the first of the streaming service’s miniseries to feature the heroes from Marvel Studios’ big-screen adventures, the first couple of episodes WandaVision transplant Avengers Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and the android Vision (Paul Bettany) to the corny world of TV sitcom without bothering to explain why these two superheroes are suddenly making like the leads of Bewitched and The Brady Bunch. Dropping as many sitcom Easter eggs as they do references to the comic book source material, the makers of WandaVision take precious care to leave you off-balance enough with this bizarre mystery while not leaving you so stranded that you lose interest.

Feeling at times more like Twin Peaks than any of the movies the heroes come from, WandaVision pushes the boundaries of what a superhero story can be. While it’s a delicious mystery that rightly inspires tons of fan theories, it also hits the kind of emotional core that none of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films have dared to get close to before. It may have plenty of superhumans and synthezoids, but WandaVision is ultimately a story about a woman struggling to recover from trauma and soul-crushing grief.

The Boys (2019)
The Boys
77 %
8.7/10
tv-ma 4 Seasons
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure
Cast Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr
Created by Eric Kripke

The disturbingly familiar world of The Boys is one in which superheroes are the property of the powerful corporation Vought International, and those costumed “supes” spend more time tweeting, making commercials, music videos, and movies than they ever do fighting crime or saving innocents. Not to mention the dark appetites of some of the most powerful supes, including the show’s twisted Superman stand-in, Homelander (Anthony Starr). Harboring his own personal vendettas, the brutal Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) leads the titular squad of fugitives — the only group with the backbone to stand up against Vought and its super-powered employees.

Perhaps the highest praise a comic book adaptation can receive is to learn that a large chunk of the source material’s fan base prefers the reimagined version. That the Amazon Prime original The Boys has received such acclaim is a testament both to the show’s creators and to the initial concept. In the comic book created by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, the supes are meant to be embarrassing caricatures of popular superheroes. But its adaptation gives both the supes and the vigilantes pursuing them more dimension while still making it clear how twisted and ridiculous the supes can be.

Marvel's Daredevil (2015)
Marvel's Daredevil
72 %
8.6/10
tv-ma 3 Seasons
Genre Crime, Drama, Action & Adventure
Cast Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson
Created by Drew Goddard, Steven S. DeKnight

If you’ve seen the embarrassing Ben Affleck Daredevil flick from 2003, then you can be forgiven for feeling hesitant about giving the hero Marvel calls the “Man Without Fear” another shot. But unlike that earlier, poor echo of Tim Burton’s Batman, Netflix’s Daredevil feels less like a story about a superhero and more like a crime story that just happens to feature a guy with powers.

Largely influenced by the work of game-changing writer and artist Frank Miller (The Dark Knight ReturnsSin City), the Daredevil series unfolds as a suspenseful action thriller with Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) as a determined but deeply flawed hero facing impossible odds. The show is perfectly cast, including Vincent D’Onofrio as the obsessed crime lord Wilson Fisk and Scott Glen as Murdock’s cruel mentor Stick. The second of its three seasons is generally considered its weakest, but “weak” for Daredevil is better than the best most other shows have to offer. Not to mention one of the highlights of that season is the introduction of Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle, better known as The Punisher.

Batman (1966)
Batman
7.5/10
tv-g 3 Seasons
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Comedy, Action & Adventure
Cast Adam West, Burt Ward, Yvonne Craig
Created by William Dozier, Lorenzo Semple Jr.

Hardcore comic book fans may understandably do an angry spit-take at the idea of honoring the ’60s Batman show, but if you set aside your well-earned preference for the darker and grittier Batman and his love affair with perching from stone gargoyles, you may find yourself appreciating the camp classic.

With their punny dialogue, ridiculous costumes, and penchant for taking their sweet time climbing up the sides of buildings, Adam West and Burt Ward turned Batman and Robin into household names. No, they didn’t even mention the tragic deaths of Bruce Wayne or Dick Grayson’s parents, and yes, Cesar Romero famously refused to shave his mustache for the role of the Joker. But this wonderfully silly show introduced the vocabulary of Batman and Robin to most of America. All the non-print media featuring the Dark Knight and his villains continue to take inspiration from Batman, no matter how gravelly the vigilante’s voice gets.

Watchmen (2019)
Watchmen
85 %
8.1/10
tv-ma 1 Season
Genre Crime, Drama, Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Regina King, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jeremy Irons
Created by Damon Lindelof

If you know anything about the bad blood between Watchmen (the graphic novel) writer Alan Moore and DC Comics, then you probably find it tough to blame the author for foregoing all of the various media adapted from his comic book work, including the HBO original series Watchmen. But it is impossible to experience this series and not want to desperately plead to Moore to give it a shot and share his thoughts. Unlike Zack Snyder’s 2009 big-screen adaptation of the graphic novel, HBO’s Watchmen continues the story that Moore and Dave Gibbons began.

The series is set mostly in modern-day Oklahoma, where the police wear masks and a hate group — inspired by the journal of the late vigilante Rorschach — is gaining ground. Using similar strategies to what Moore and Gibbons used to explore ’80s America, sexuality, and the comic book medium, Watchmen series creator Damon Lindelof focuses on race. The first episode opens with the real-life 1921 Tulsa race massacre and, to highlight how important the series was at that moment in time, many Americans would later confess they’d never heard of the massacre before Watchmen.

The Tick (1994)
The Tick
7.9/10
tv-y7 3 Seasons
Genre Animation, Comedy
Cast Townsend Coleman, Rob Paulsen, Kay Lenz
Created by Ben Edlund
There have been two live-action adaptations of The Tick — the dumb-as-rocks, lantern-chinned superhero created by Ben Edlund. But the character’s first crack at television — in the mid-’90s animated series — remains the most hilarious and fun and introduced a generation of fans to superhero parody. Find a crowd of Gen Xers and yell the Tick’s famous catchphrase “Spoon!” and you’ll see the proof for yourself. The Tick wasn’t alone in his exploits. The series introduced viewers to a whole host of The City’s heroes like Die Fledermaus, American Maid, and Feral Boy, all of whom prove mostly as useless as the titular hero. Thankfully, the physically unimpressive and largely unsung sidekick Arthur is usually around to provide some of the only available brain cells to the forces of good.
Marvel's Jessica Jones (2015)
Marvel's Jessica Jones
76 %
7.9/10
tv-ma 3 Seasons
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama
Cast Krysten Ritter, Rachael Taylor, Eka Darville
Created by Melissa Rosenberg

Starring Krysten Ritter as the eponymous super-powered private eye, Netflix’s Jessica Jones achieves more than most would have suspected a superhero television show capable of. When we first meet Jones, all we know for sure is that she’s a P.I., she possesses superhuman strength, and she’s seldom sober. Eventually, we learn Jones is more than just an irresponsible drunk — she’s the victim of the sadistic Kilgrave (David Tennant), a man with the ability to make anyone do what he says.

Not only did Kilgrave use his talent to make Jones his unwilling plaything in the bedroom, but he manipulated her into committing murder. While the ways Jessica chooses to cope probably won’t make it to a top-10 list of healthy choices in Psychology Today, they’re the only tools she has. Jessica Jones is a suspenseful and powerful crime thriller, but it’s also an affecting depiction of the aftermath of horrific trauma.

Doom Patrol (2019)
Doom Patrol
70 %
7.8/10
tv-ma 4 Seasons
Genre Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama
Cast Diane Guerrero, April Bowlby, Joivan Wade
Created by Jeremy Carver

The heroes of Doom Patrol rarely fight crime, and when they do, it doesn’t go well. They don’t fight armies of robots on floating cities or alien warlords looking for magical rocks. When they do act like superheroes in the sense of fighting evil, the threat is always incredibly bizarre — like teaming up with the SeX-Men to stop a world-threatening sex demon or trying to find their mentor, The Chief (Timothy Dalton), by journeying into another dimension whose doorway is the mouth of a donkey.

Ironically, while the series is certainly the strangest superhero show you’re likely to find, it’s also one of the most relatable. Its heroes include an experimental pilot burned beyond recognition, the brain of a race car driver trapped in a robot body, and a traumatized woman with dozens of splintered personalities. These self-styled freaks don’t care so much about justice or the battle between good and evil — they’re just trying to figure out how to live in the world.

Justice League Unlimited (2004)
Justice League Unlimited
8.7/10
tv-y7 3 Seasons
Genre Animation, Action & Adventure
Cast Kevin Conroy, George Newbern, Susan Eisenberg
Created by Bruce Timm, Gardner Fox

Created as a follow-up to the popular animated Justice League that premiered in 2001, Justice League Unlimited is a love letter to the DC Comics superhero mythos. While its predecessor focused on the core League members with rare guest appearances by the likes of Doctor Fate or the New Gods, Justice League Unlimited expands the team’s roster to include dozens of new and old DC crime fighters — some reaching far back to Golden Age obscurity.

Early episodes, for example, focus on heroes like Green Arrow and Stargirl, long before either were headed for their own live-action series on the CW. Marquee heroes like Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman are still regular features, but fans also get to see Huntress date The Question and Green Arrow begin a romance with Black Canary while they’re caught in a deadly underground arena. One of JLU‘s most impressive accomplishments comes as early as its second episode — For the Man Who Has Everything — when the series adapts the classic 1985 Superman Annual #11 by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, the same creative team that made Watchmen.

Batman: The Animated Series (1992)
Batman: The Animated Series
9/10
tv-pg 4 Seasons
Genre Action & Adventure, Animation, Drama, Mystery
Cast Kevin Conroy, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Loren Lester
Created by Bruce Timm, Eric Radomski

The success of 1989’s Batman and its 1992 sequel Batman Returns led to the influential cartoon Batman: The Animated Series. While its content is decidedly family-friendly, the series is surprisingly cinematic and sometimes even emotionally powerful. The show was influential enough to inspire companion series like Batman Beyond as well as similarly styled animated shows for other DC Comics characters.

The voice work of Kevin Conroy as the Dark Knight and Mark Hamill as the Joker forever married their talents to the Batman mythos in many fans’ mindsalong with the writing and art of Bruce Timm and Paul Dini. Along with adapting many of the comics’ characters, Batman: The Animated Series spawned some of its own — most famously the Joker’s girlfriend Harley Quinn, who has since become one of DC’s most popular creations.

Legion (2017)
Legion
82 %
8.2/10
tv-ma 3 Seasons
Genre Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Cast Dan Stevens, Rachel Keller, Aubrey Plaza
Created by Noah Hawley
Created by Noah Hawley — the same brilliant mind behind the anthology crime series Fargo — Legion is unlike any other superhero show you’re going to find. Based on the troubled son of Marvel Comics’ iconic telepath Charles Xavier, Legion‘s David Haller is a diagnosed schizophrenic with mutant powers similar to those of his famous father. Unfortunately, Haller doesn’t assimilate as well or as early as Professor X does with his burgeoning psychic abilities. Much of the series deals with Haller trying to adjust to his powers, as well as his struggles against Amahl Farouk, aka the Shadow King (Navid Negahban), a parasitic mutant who battles Haller on the astral plane. Throughout the show, viewers are treated to bizarre, trippy, and wildly imaginative visuals.

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