Top 10 Superhero TV series
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Top 10 Superhero TV series
10. Smallvill, The WB and The CW
The pioneer of Superhero TV series. The one who started it all. It aired from 2001- 2011 showing 10 seasons before it ended. It followed the story of a young Clark Kent and his rise to the iconic role of Superman. It is the one classic people will not forget.
09. Gotham, FX
It’s debut season was spoiled by uneven pacing but now it has started to come forward on its own. The story follows the origin of many Batman’s nemesis and of a recently orphaned Bruce Wayne.
08. Heroes reborn, NBC
The reboot series of 2006’s Heroes. It features a smattering of characters old and new, as it tries to recapture the magic that was left by the first season of the original series Although a second season has not yet been confirmed.
07. Supergirl, CBS
It is a series that has grown a lot better since it’s inaugral episodes. It has managed to deliver a very compelling story-line of Superman’s cousin Kara Zor-el. This show has only aired for one season and shows a lot of promises.
06. Arrow, The CW
The arrival of this many Superhero shows was all because of him. The show is suffering a recent downfall because of its lack of focus, weak characters, and a lot of unnecessary deaths and resurrections. But it still holds promise of being better.
05. Agent Carter, ABC
Agent Peggy Carter was designed as a one season spin-off of Agents of Shield . But its popularity has called for a second season. It’s never an easy thing to balance something like gender equality with action and adventure, but Agent Carter accomplishes this to perfection.
04. Legends of Tomorrow, The CW
The show is currently airing it’s first season. It follwes the story of Rip Hunter a time travelling cop. It takes various lesser used characters of Arrow and The flash and gives them their own spin-off series
03. Jessica Jones, Netfix
A mature, noir-esqe superhero genre. This is a show that deals with the really dark stuff and having a more bad-ass villan (Killgrave) didn’t surely hurt. The show provides a startling insightful narrative on consent and abuse.
02. Daredevil, Netflix
This show’s return was one of the most anticipated moments of 2016. Drew Goddard and Steven DeKnight’ violent Netflix version and Vincent D’Onofrio’s chilling performance as Wilson Fisk won us over.
01. The Flash
This comic book show is easily the best at what it does. There was never a series more truer to the insanity of its source material. Parallel universes, Time travel, bringing a psychic gorilla on TV screen with its brilliant CGI. It’s all been there done that for this series.