What started as a small, gritty realization of one of DC’s minor characters, the Green Arrow, has turned into a huge television universe. This is the Arrowverse episode viewing order (as well as a few books and comics), putting it all together.
What’s in the Star Trek Viewing Order? Trek creators only consider the episodes and films to be canonical in the Star Trek universe so we display them here in chronological order according to stardate (though stardate definitions have changed over time, so we work with what we have).
Many would call Avatar: The Last Airbender the greatest animated show of all time, appealing not only to children but to adults as well. It certainly has become a cultural phenomenon. This is the Avatar: The Last Airbender timeline and episode order.
Power Rangers started as a (slightly) controversial kids show in the 90s, but has since become a hit sensation, spawning multiple spin-off series and even a feature film. This is the Power Rangers episode order.
While the character of Sherlock Holmes has existed for over a century, his popularity increased dramatically in recent years thanks to this modernized version of the character, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch. This is the Sherlock episode timeline.
Stargate started as a film, but eventually became known for its long-running television, becoming one of the top sci-fi shows of its time, right up there with Star Trek. This is the Stargate episode order.
The Walking Dead took the world by storm when it first launched, eventually becoming the most watched work of fiction on television. While the show differs from the comics in some ways, it still has its own brand of canon. This is the Walking Dead episode order timeline.
One of the great peers of Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Stargate, and the like is Babylon 5. Though it hasn’t progressed much as a franchise since the early 2000s, it still remains a beloved science fiction television show.