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Rotten Tomatoes: The best MCU series is Ms. Marvel

On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes’ list of Marvel television programs, the ground-breaking Ms. Marvel came out on top. The Disney+ series, whose first season came to an end last week, has the highest ratings of any Marvel Cinematic Universe show or film.

The series, which stars Marvel’s first Muslim superhero, made its broadcast premiere in June and received a lot of positive press right away. On Rotten Tomatoes, it now has a fresh rating of 98%, ahead of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (95%), and Daredevil (92%).

In contrast, Black Panther (2018), which has a 96% rating, is the most well-liked Marvel film.

According to Rotten Tomatoes, the most recent rankings were based on programs having at least 10 reviews, and ties were broken using both the “Average Rating” under “Score Details” and the total number of reviews for each title.

Kamala Khan, a Pakistani-American teen from New Jersey who is obsessed with the Avengers but finds it difficult to fit in with her peers, is the main character of Ms. Marvel. She becomes Ms. Marvel after learning she has abilities.

It was referred to as a “really fresh addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe” in the consensus of reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. Iman Vellani, the lead actress who was discovered out of nowhere, has also received accolades for giving the eponymous character her “super-sized personality.”

Top 10 Marvel TV programs according to Rotten Tomatoes:

  1. Ms Marvel (2022) — 98 per cent
  2. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013) — 95 per cent
  3. Daredevil (2015) — 92 per cent
  4. Loki (2021) — 92 per cent
  5. Hawkeye (2021) — 92 per cent
  6. Marvel’s Hero Project (2019) — 92 per cent
  7. Wandavision (2021) — 91 per cent
  8. Legion (2017) — 91 per cent
  9. Luke Cage (2016) — 87 per cent
  10. Cloak & Dagger (2018) — 87 per cent

The show’s high rating is additionally impressive given that it frequently experiences “review bombing,” in which viewers purposefully give shows lower ratings in an effort to lower the average score. Last month, Forbes reported that the initiative was probably being driven by outlawed racist organizations in the US.

Although some Muslims have voiced concerns over a plot that exposed Ms. Marvel’s source of strength, which is much different from her image in the comic book, Pakistanis from all over the world have praised the program for its representation of South Asians in popular culture.

The Marvels, a Captain Marvel (2019) sequel, will feature Vellani’s character with Brie Larson, even though a second season of Ms. Marvel has not yet been revealed. The movie will hit theaters in July of next year.

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