By today’s standards, these three television shows might make many of us shake our heads in bewilderment, but they are absolutely instrumental in establishing these characters as household names. And even today, they still retain
One of the more memorable collections of animated shows, these more recent treatments of Marvel superheroes gave us one of the more cohesive animated superhero universes in recent times. This is the Marvel Animated Universe
The Expanse has recently entered public consciousness thanks to the arrival of the SyFy series, which has gone on to stand beside some of the greats, including Battlestar Galactica. This is the Expanse timeline and
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:
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
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.
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