Every Disney+ Marvel Show Finale, Ranked by IMDb from Meh to Epic
Not every TV finale hits the mark, but a few Marvel ‘gems’ really missed the bullseye.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been expanding its narratives with a number of TV shows releasing on Disney Plus. Each series culminates in a finale that aims to tie up loose ends and sometimes sets the stage for future MCU entries, but not every finale managed to satisfy the fans.
9. Secret Invasion — Home (5.5 IMDb)
Secret Invasion was a disaster. To put it mildly, the final episode wasn't well-received by audiences (just like the rest of the series, to be honest). Viewers found the episode underwhelming and criticized it for lack of continuity, logic, and satisfactory resolutions.
Some expressed disappointment over poorly executed fight scenes and narrative choices that left many unanswered questions. If you watched the show, that fight scene of Emilia Clarke ’s overpowered cringey character probably still haunts you in nightmares.
8. She-Hulk: Attorney At Law — Whose Show Is This? (5.7 IMDb)
The final episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law was largely panned by viewers. Many found the episode to be a letdown, criticizing it for misusing characters, lacking a coherent storyline, and having an unsatisfactory ending.
The episode's attempts at humor, especially breaking the fourth wall, were seen as ineffective and distracting rather than entertaining. Some viewers expressed that the episode failed to live up to the potential the series initially had, making it a disappointing finale for them.
7. Ms. Marvel — No Normal (7.1 IMDb)
It’s safe to say that Ms. Marvel is significantly better than the abovementioned shows, but its finale still garnered mixed reactions. Some enjoyed the cartoonish and light-hearted approach, finding it fun and nostalgic of superhero shows from the 80s.
On the flip side, others felt the episode was a mess with poor writing and direction, labeling it as mediocre, and criticized it for being childish and unrealistic, especially in terms of the plot and action sequences.
Some also mentioned that it didn't meet their expectations due to an unsatisfactory ending and uninteresting fight scenes.
6. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier — One World, One People (7.7 IMDb)
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier did stir up some controversies, like the initial introduction of Jon Walker as the new Captain America.
Nevertheless, viewers liked the emotional and action-packed scenes, appreciating Sam's portrayal as the new Captain America and the narrative progressions.
But some criticized the episode for its perceived political agenda, poor writing, and unsatisfactory villain. A few pointed out inconsistencies in characters' abilities and behaviors, and some were not thrilled with the new superhero costume design.
5. Moon Knight — Gods and Monsters (7.8 IMDb)
The final episode of Moon Knight, titled Gods and Monsters, was generally received well. Viewers appreciated some action scenes and CGI, but felt it was rushed and underwhelming in resolving plot points.
Some were satisfied with the character development and pacing throughout the series, but the finale seemed formulaic, lacking in action, and didn't live up to the potential shown in earlier episodes.
4. Hawkeye — So This Is Christmas? (8 IMDb)
Those who liked the concluding episode of Hawkeye pointed out the action sequences. The trick arrows and the intense duel between Yelena and Kate were particular highlights for many. Overall, viewers found the episode to be both delightful and gripping.
The appearance of Kingpin was a highlight for some, but a disappointment for others. Despite some concerns about certain elements feeling rushed, these viewers found the episode to be a great finale to the series, making it a memorable and action-packed end to the show.
3. WandaVision — The Series Finale (8.3 IMDb)
The finale of WandaVision was truly breathtaking. Viewers were completely taken by it, especially the emotional parting between Wanda and Vision. With its exceptional CGI, stellar acting, and immersive soundtrack, it was a memorable and satisfying ending.
2. What If...? — What If... The Watcher Broke His Oath? (8.4 IMDb)
What If...?might be animated, but it's been one of the coolest things to come out of the MCU in recent years. Fans loved the finale for the thrilling action scenes and a satisfying conclusion to the season's storylines. Fans enjoyed the animation style and the humor within the episode.
1. Loki — For All Time. Always. (8.6 IMDb)
Loki is arguably the best Marvel show released on Disney Plus so far. There is no wonder we have already got Loki season 2, which is currently ongoing. The final episode was not just great, it had the most significance to the wider MCU, introducing a key player for upcoming films and setting up future storylines.
Loki's character development was amazing, going from villain to a character we all root for. A lot of fans thought the episode was a great way to wrap up the series, solid and thoroughly engaging.