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For all you fans of Marvel TV shows, still stuck at home and craving for more content, check out these Marvel TV shows to binge right now!

Suit up and bingewatch these powerful Marvel TV shows

With all the hype surrounding shows like WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, it is no surprise that many fans of Marvel are clamoring for more great content as the quarantine goes on (and on, and on, we’ve made this joke before)

Of course, Marvel already had some fantastic shows that may now get their due. Especially with the rumors that The Defenders may make it onto the big screen, many mentioning how Kevin Feige is looking to get the rights for the characters back and start the process of recasting those who do not wish to return. 

With that being said, we combed through the archives and found some super (pun intended) shows that you can binge-watch right now. Grab your capes and dive into the best Marvel tv shows to binge-watch right now. 

MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER – MARVEL’S AGENT CARTER, played by CAPTAIN AMERICA’S HAYLEY ATWELL follows the cliffhanger adventures of a post-WW2 era super-spy who has to hide her activities from everyone she knows, including her superiors. (Marvel/Katrin Marchinowski)

Agent Carter 

The first Marvel TV show highlights one of the founders of S.H.I.E.L.D as well as the holder of Steve Roger’s heart, Peggy Carter (rest in peace, both of them)

The show’s first season follows Peggy as she rises in the ranks of the SSR while helping Howard Stark avoid charges of selling deadly weapons, with many incredible action scenes as well as many touching moments between the two friends. The second season covers Peggy’s move to LA, culminating in her learning that she can find love again and be a b@da$s while doing it. 

The show is currently available on Disney+ and YouTube, so settle in for a fantastic period piece full of action, killer heels, and heart. 


As the old saying goes, if you can’t take the heat, stay out of the Kitchen. In this second Marvel tv show, Matt Murdock proves that the Kitchen is no place for the faint of heart. 

Matthew Murdock is a blind lawyer by day, vigilante by night who does not pull his punches as he and his friend Foggy Nelson try to run their small law firm (while also being best friend goals). The show is full of both comic-book level fight scenes as well as gritty realism as it tackles heavier topics, such as mob violence. If you’re looking for something a little more grounded, this is the show for you. 

The show is still available on Netflix and is also on Amazon Prime. If you want some grit in your next binge, head on into the Kitchen with Daredevil. 

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D 

This last Marvel show demonstrates the power of the fandom. Agent Coulsen, who was simply meant to be a throwaway character in the MCU, ended up getting his own television show after the backlash Marvel faced for his death in Avengers. 

Now that he has returned from the dead, Coulsen and a group of other loveable agents, superpowered or not,work to handle some strange cases that require less spandex and more finesse. The show is not only hilarious at times, but also helps fill in the gaps in many of the earlier phases of the MCU, giving viewers a stronger timeline of events (and being a good reminder of what has occurred now that it’s been so long)

All seven seasons are available on Netflix & YouTube, so if you want to know just what happened behind the scenes in Phases 1,2,and 3 of the MCU, give this show a binge. 

Have any other cool Marvel tv shows you think we should binge-watch? Drop them below in the comments so we can all keep getting some great Marvel content during quarantine. 


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