The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a cinematic universe featuring Marvel Comics’ super hero characters. It has been in existence since 2008, with films starring some of the world’s most popular superheroes, such as Iron Man and Captain America. The MCU features television series as well, which are often based on existing films and can feature minor appearances by their actors.
WandaVision is a spin-off of Avengers: Endgame, which tells the story of Wanda Maximoff and Vision. The show was released on Disney+ in 2019, and it features both characters together for the first time since their introduction in Captain America: Civil War (2016).
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
In the MCU, there are four shows that are set before the events of Captain America: Civil War. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is one of them.
The show follows Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) and Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) as they fight for truth and justice in a world where superheroes are outlawed. It premiered on Disney+ on January 12th 2019 with a second season coming out later this year!
Loki is a TV show. It’s a Marvel TV show, but it’s not like any of the other ones.
It was cancelled after one season, and it wasn’t very good.
What If…? is a miniseries that aired on Disney XD. It follows the story of Roy Harper, who is given a portal gun by his father. Using it, he can travel through time and see what life would be like if things were different. He uses this power to fix his mistakes and learn from them in this animated series.
What If…? was created by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, who also created The Lego Movie with Dan Lin (better known as one half of production duo Lin & McCauley). The show is based off an earlier short film called “The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish” that was released in 2010 for Horton Hears A Who! #1: No More Stories About You .
MCU TV shows are great!
MCU TV shows are great! They’re good for characters from the movies, like Captain America and Iron Man, but also for new characters. And they’re even better when you have stories that don’t fit into the movies (like Agent Carter).
If you love Marvel, then this list of MCU TV shows is perfect for you!
We hope you’ve enjoyed reading about all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe TV shows! There are plenty more out there, of course, including Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which we haven’t included here because it’s not technically a TV show—but if you want to watch it anyway, you can find it on Netflix or Hulu Plus (depending on where in the world). We also recommend checking out our list of all-time favorite MCU movies if you haven’t already seen them either way!