End of year lists are always a trying thing, especially when you are zeroing in on one specific area of cinema or television. Do you include everything or simply highlight what you think was the cream of the crop? When it’s a catch-all list across all genres, I always find the latter to be the best approach. When you’re getting specific, however, your options are limited. So, in an effort to cover as much ground as possible in our inaugural year, I’ll be tackling the entirety of it, at least to a degree.
Some shows have been overlooked, so don’t get too up-in-arms if a favorite of yours is not represented. I can only speak of what I have actually seen and I sadly haven’t seen everything. I’m quite behind on AMC’s “The Walking Dead“, so it will not factor in here. Nor will the likes of Playstation Network’s “Powers” and Syfy’s “Dark Matter“, neither of which I have found the time to sit down with just year. Aside from one, you also will not find any animated shows on this list, again because I’m either terribly behind or it’s something I haven’t seen at all.
You also won’t find NBC’s “Heroes Reborn” or CBS’ “Supergirl” factoring in here. It might just be my personal view, but I cannot fathom ranking a show based on an unfinished season. The ones that are discussed within this piece are those that aired during the 2014-2015 season or that at least dealt out their entire season within 2015 itself. Anything that is classified as “in progress” will have to wait until next year.
Keep in mind that these are simply my own opinions. We all like different things and have different storytelling preferences, so my likes and dislike may not be the same as your own. Comic book and superhero television is a wildly varied thing, which means each and every viewer’s opinions will vary wildly as well, and that’s a beautiful thing.
Without further adieu, let’s get down to business. Here are the comic book and superheroes TV shows of 2014-2015, from worst to best…
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