Be sure to check out the Marvel series before starting with WandVision

We all know and know about the magic that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has woven for us over the years. With “Avengers Endgame”, the MCU came to the end of its much-loved Phase 3. In general, the transition to all three stages was not so significant that if one was not fully absorbed and consumed by those, but the final phase 3, made quite an impressive impression. With its ending, we saw the end of many characters we grew up with such as Iron Man, Captain America, and Black Widow. Although Black Widow will be revived for his personal films, we’ll just tour his past.

That said, Phase 4 began with “Spider-Man: Far from Home”, with many speculating that it was actually the film ending for Phase 3. But with all of that in mind, we know one thing for sure, Marvel is making its comeback. Small screen. With the release of Disney +, Marvel announced an array of web series that would focus on some mainstream characters and their lives as superheroes. But, this is not Marvel’s debut in the field of the series. Back in 2013, Marvel and Netflix There was a treaty to make and release the series that did not include the main characters, but rather characters who were more vigilant. Sadly, Marvel never had enough success with its TV show like DC has worked with its series over the years. Hopefully, Marvel sees an end to this and we get some amazing series that line up in these upcoming years, starting with WVVision.

Here is a list of Marvel series that will appear before WandaVision before you appear
Agent carter

Marvel’s Agent Carter (Disney + Hotstar)

One of Marvel’s very few TV series that showed continuity from films. The series is based on Captain America’s darling and Peggy Carter, one of the co-founders of SHIELDS. The series shows Carter’s life after the film, “Captain America: The First Avenger” and his journey as a detective agent. The series lays the foundation for various issues familiar in the MCU. In this series, she joins hands with Howard Stark and Edwin Jarvis. I believe this is a necessary watch as Peggy laid the foundation of a very important organization and how she did it in her 40s is very well captured as a woman. The series received positive comments but by the second season, viewership had dropped and so it ended after season 2.

Marvel's Jessica Jones
Marvel’s Jessica Jones (Netflix)

The show is not related to any film, even though there are minor references to the film’s characters here and there, it is completely different. The show pursues some real-life issues such as trauma, PTSD, rape, kidnapping, even though the character was a superhero with super strength and quick healing abilities. It was the second among the Marvel series to hit Netflix and did a fairly good job in the reception area, but it was not pulled too far and it ended with season 3 of the series having a fair ending.

Marvel's Daredevil (Netflix)
Marvel’s Daredevil (Netflix)

Daredevil follows the journey of a blind man, who is a lawyer by day and an attentive by night. Due to the absence of his vision, all other senses are greatly enlarged leading him to pursue crime and fight crime. The series also featured Frank Castle aka Punish’s entry and how Daredevil comes across him. The show also has a very good viewership and rating. Marvel revealed that viewership had always jumped from Daredevil to Jessica Jones, two of the most-watched Marvel’s Netflix series back and forth.

Marvel's The Punisher (Netflix)
Marvel’s The Punisher (Netflix)

The series brings Frank Castle as The Punish, who was introduced in the series Daredevil. Plagued by an incident with his family, he sets out on a journey to end crime, no matter how deadly the solution. He gains the name of “The Punisher” and becomes a vigilante to eliminate people related to criminal offenders. The show received good reviews and audience support, but was canceled by Netflix after two seasons. Talks are on with the third season about its return, but it will likely be released by Disney + now.

Marvel's Agent SHIELD (Disney + Hotstar)
Marvel’s Agent SHIELD (Disney + hotstar)

No list of Marvel TV series can be complete without mentioning the agents of SHIELD, the head of the entire Marvel Universe. It has been one of the longest-running shows with season 7 and is with most references and connections to films in the cinematic universe. In its course the series showcases some of the most prominent enemies that were in the movies and some that were not. He has shown to fight the Inhumans, Hydra, Hive, The Kids, Chronicom. This is an interesting series if you want to be associated with films too.

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