1. Daredevil

As the first Marvel Netflix series leading to the crossover miniseries, it is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), recognising the continuity of the franchise's film output.

2. Loki

Another Disney Plus classic is Loki. The first two episodes are a bit slow at initially, with a lot of explanation, but after that, the story picks up speed and becomes more complex.

3. Wandavision

Three weeks after the events of Avengers: Endgame (2019),[1] Wanda Maximoff and Vision are attempting to hide their actual selves while leading beautiful suburban lives in the town of Westview, New Jersey.

4. The Punisher

Extreme violence is present throughout the programme, which pleases the diehard viewers, yet the show functions best when it is more subdued.

5. Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D

The first Marvel TV show is something that began inherently tied to the Marvel Cinematic Universe - as Agent Coulson made the unlikely jump to the small screen

6. Jessica Jones

The character's third and last season, Jessica Jones, is a melancholy denouement as it marked the end of Netflix's relationship with Marvel.

7. Agent Carter

After her boyfriend Steve Rogers is mistakenly believed to be dead, Peggy Carter's life changes. She now maintains a dual existence while working for Howard Stark's S.H.I.E.L.D. agency as an agent and performing administrative duties.

Given that the protagonist is one of the less interesting Marvel superheroes, the show is a delight since it perfectly balances comedy and action with an engaging plot.

8. Hawkeye

Legion, Professor X's mutant son. This is a trippy, writhing interpretation of the character that includes dance sequences, horrific dreamscapes, and an ensemble performance that is almost flawless.

9. Legion

Tandy Bowen (Dagger) and Tyrone Johnson, two teens with superpowers, are the subject of a sort of romance in the movie Cloak & Dagger (Cloak).

10. Cloak & Dagger