The Flash to Batwoman, 5 TV shows for anyone who is obsessed with superhero movies

Superhero shows make for the ideal escape from this crazy world we live in. Thanks to a resurgence in things like The Arrowverse, Marvel shows, and now the Phase 4 Marvel series, superhero dramas are regaining popularity by the day. That super-powered proliferation of vigilantes, mutants, and metahumans has certainly made it a lot harder to pull together a list of the small screen's best and most impactful superhero series but you can watch these dramas with unforgettable storylines for your next binge!

India TV Entertainment Desk [ Updated: October 14, 2021 13:02 IST ]
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    The Flash to Batwoman, 5 TV shows for anyone who is obsessed with superhero movies 

  • Batwoman on Colors Infinity: Three years after billionaire philanthropist Bruce Wayne and his vigilante alter-ego Batman disappear, his cousin, Kate Kane, sets out to overcome her demons and protect the streets of Gotham City, as Batwoman. As Kate Kane departs from Gotham after the first season, a vigilante named Ryan Wilder, armed with a passion for justice and a flair for speaking her mind, soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman. In a city desperate for a savior, Ryan must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope.
 
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    Batwoman on Colors Infinity: Three years after billionaire philanthropist Bruce Wayne and his vigilante alter-ego Batman disappear, his cousin, Kate Kane, sets out to overcome her demons and protect the streets of Gotham City, as Batwoman. As Kate Kane departs from Gotham after the first season, a vigilante named Ryan Wilder, armed with a passion for justice and a flair for speaking her mind, soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman. In a city desperate for a savior, Ryan must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope.

     

  • Flash on Colors Infinity: Flash is now the longest-running DC series where Grant Gustin stars as Barry Allen, the superhero who becomes Flash after an accident. When a bolt of lightning strikes Barry the same night the S.T.A.R. Labs particle accelerator explodes, Barry finds himself gifted with the power of super speed, which he uses to take down criminals in his city. Through the seasons, Flash has become the heart and soul of the Arrowverse. He has faced a lot of dangerous villains, from Reverse-Flash and Zoom to King Shark, and also went through a version of Flashpoint introducing many members of the Flash family. 
 
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    Flash on Colors Infinity: Flash is now the longest-running DC series where Grant Gustin stars as Barry Allen, the superhero who becomes Flash after an accident. When a bolt of lightning strikes Barry the same night the S.T.A.R. Labs particle accelerator explodes, Barry finds himself gifted with the power of super speed, which he uses to take down criminals in his city. Through the seasons, Flash has become the heart and soul of the Arrowverse. He has faced a lot of dangerous villains, from Reverse-Flash and Zoom to King Shark, and also went through a version of Flashpoint introducing many members of the Flash family. 

     

  • Daredevil on Netflix: Daredevil feels less like a story about a superhero and more like a crime story that just happens to feature a guy with powers. Largely influenced by the work of game-changing writer and artist Frank Miller, the Daredevil series unfolds as a suspenseful action thriller with Matt Murdock as a determined but deeply flawed hero facing impossible odds. Daredevil is a winner for humanizing Matt Murdock in his plight to bring criminals to justice both in and out of the courtroom and for introducing the world to Vincent D'Onofrio's chillingly oppressive Wilson ‘Kingpin’ Fisk.
 
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    Daredevil on Netflix: Daredevil feels less like a story about a superhero and more like a crime story that just happens to feature a guy with powers. Largely influenced by the work of game-changing writer and artist Frank Miller, the Daredevil series unfolds as a suspenseful action thriller with Matt Murdock as a determined but deeply flawed hero facing impossible odds. Daredevil is a winner for humanizing Matt Murdock in his plight to bring criminals to justice both in and out of the courtroom and for introducing the world to Vincent D'Onofrio's chillingly oppressive Wilson ‘Kingpin’ Fisk.

     

  • Loki on Disney+Hotstar: Tom Hiddleston’s Loki follows a plot point from Avengers: Endgame, telling a brand new story set in a brand new world. This multiverse is being controlled by the same TVA who is keeping Loki under lock. If Hiddleston was not enough, there comes an 80’s inspired, time-traveling Owen Wilson, featuring as a hilarious and action-packed feat! The scope, the story, the reality-bending, the time travel, alligators, glorious purposes, The Void, and a real, honest-to-goodness bad guy, Loki is everything you could want from an MCU TV show.
 
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    Loki on Disney+Hotstar: Tom Hiddleston’s Loki follows a plot point from Avengers: Endgame, telling a brand new story set in a brand new world. This multiverse is being controlled by the same TVA who is keeping Loki under lock. If Hiddleston was not enough, there comes an 80’s inspired, time-traveling Owen Wilson, featuring as a hilarious and action-packed feat! The scope, the story, the reality-bending, the time travel, alligators, glorious purposes, The Void, and a real, honest-to-goodness bad guy, Loki is everything you could want from an MCU TV show.

     

  • The Boys on Amazon Prime Video: If you're looking for a darker take on superheroes, Supernatural’s creator Eric Kripke's adaptation of ‘The Boys’ comics, is definitely up your alley. The series envisions a too-recognizable world where superheroes' path to truth and justice gets upended by power-hungry capitalism. It also showcases a world where non-supes find it within themselves to fight back against the globally beloved corrupted heroes. The series can get pretty gory and graphic, but you'll find yourself laughing hysterically through all the blood and guts
 
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    The Boys on Amazon Prime Video: If you're looking for a darker take on superheroes, Supernatural’s creator Eric Kripke's adaptation of ‘The Boys’ comics, is definitely up your alley. The series envisions a too-recognizable world where superheroes' path to truth and justice gets upended by power-hungry capitalism. It also showcases a world where non-supes find it within themselves to fight back against the globally beloved corrupted heroes. The series can get pretty gory and graphic, but you'll find yourself laughing hysterically through all the blood and guts

     

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