(Photo by Marvel Studios)Marvel TV Shows Ranked from Worst to BestUpdated July 12, 2021Disney+ s new MCU-tied streaming series are the latest threat to the rankings of all Marvel TV shows. How do the comic book giant s television properties currently stack up?The streamer s third original MCU offering, Loki, initially knocked Marvel s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. from the top spot on our ranking after the Tom Hiddleston–led series premiere episode. The series has since taken a small tumble, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is back at No. 1 despite hefty competition from the first Disney+ series WandaVision and Daredevil, the highest-scoring Netflix-Marvel collaboration.We ve included titles that have at least 10 reviews, and ties were resolved by the number of reviews for each title and further by the Average rating under Score Details in cases where two series have the same score and the same number of reviews.Check back regularly as new Marvel series like Secret Invasion and Hawkeye debut.Disagree with the results? Tell us in the comments which series you think should have scored higher (or lower) with critics.Recently added: Marvel s M.O.D.O.K. and Marvel s Hero Project.
Pet Sematary (2019) 57% The original 1989 Pet Sematary certainly has its share of fans, which is understandable, given its intriguing premise and a couple of indelible key moments that have seared themselves into cinematic history. Unfortunately, critics were fairly divided on the film, and its Tomatometer score pales in comparison to some of its more fondly remembered contemporaries. In other words, it was a prime candidate for the remake treatment, and to its credit, the version we got in 2019 does try to ratchet up the tension and offer a slightly different take on the story. Of course, there is a subtext to the film – a running theme about the nature of grief and loss – that it doesn t seem particularly interested in dissecting, and that s admittedly unfortunate. But we do get some strong performances, particularly from Jason Clarke and, pulling double duty as both the living and reanimated versions of daughter Ellie, Jeté Laurence, who is equally as frightening as she is endearing. Plus, the duo behind the camera, Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kölsch, infuse the film with dread at every turn. It s possibly a slower burn than many wanted or expected, it may rely a bit too much on conventional horror techniques, and it might have been interesting to see how everything would have turned out if they felt free to diverge a bit more from the previous version, but it s still a decent late-night weekend watch for anyone hankering for some thrills.