The best tv shows 2021 is a list of the top 25 DC TV shows ranked. This list has been updated to include new episodes that aired in 2019.
DC is without a doubt one of the most well-known and respected comic book publishers in the world. The DC world is home to a slew of well-known characters that have graced our television screens for years. The list of popular heroes goes on and on, from Superman and Batman to Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Black Lightning.
There are TV programs that have become famous names over time, much as there are blockbuster movies based on DC Comics characters. Some of these shows have been running for a long time, while others are just getting started. I’ll walk you through the greatest DC TV shows in the following subheads.
Black Lightning (2017–2021) is the twenty-fifth episode of the series.
As the first DC Black superhero, Black Lightning recounts the tale of a school principal who uses his abilities to fight injustice and deadly gangs in his neighborhood. The series was originally placed into production by Fox, but when they passed it on, it was picked up by The CW in May 2017 and ordered to series.
With 13 episodes under its belt, the first episode of the first season of the series aired in January 2018. It now has four seasons, with the fourth season serving as the last installment of the heroic series.
Cress Williams plays Jefferson Pierce in the series, while China Anne McClain and Nafessa Williams play Jeniffer and Anissa Pierce, Jefferson’s children. Christine Adam plays his wife, Lyn, and Marvin “Krondon” Jones III plays his greatest adversary, Tobias White.
The series follows Jefferson Pierce, who has the ability to harness and control electricity as well as increased strength, as he fights the threats that threaten his city with the aid of his daughters, Thunder and Lightning, who have superhuman powers as well. The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Legend of Tomorrow all featured in a DC crossover event with black illumination.
Superboy (1988–1992) was a television series that aired from 1988 to 1992.
Between 1988 and 1992, this DC television series aired. It spans four seasons and focuses on Superman’s early years. Despite the fact that it began with the moniker Superboy, it was renamed The Adventures of Superboy at the start of the third season.
The first season of the series was published in 1988, and it was the first weekly TV series created at Disney/MGM Studios, which had just opened at the time. It revolves on the early years of Clark Kent/Superboy. Superboy is played by John Haymes Newton, while Lana Lang, Clark’s childhood friend and love interest, is played by Stach Haiduk. Lex Luthor, Clark’s arch-enemy, is played by Scott James Wells.
Because the show’s producers were not pleased with Newton’s depiction of the main character, Gerard Christopher took up the role of Clark Kent in Season.
Supergirl (2015 – 2021) is the 23rd character on the list.
Supergirl is based on the DC Comics character of the same name, who is a superheroine and Superman’s cousin. It first aired on CBS before being picked up by The CW. Supergirl debuted in October 2015 for its first season and has since aired six seasons, the sixth of which is scheduled to be the last. However, a spin-off titled “Superman and Lois” has debuted.
Greg Berlanti, Ali Adler, and Andrew Kreisberg created the program. Kara Zor-El, who was brought to Earth to safeguard her newborn cousin Kal-El, is the protagonist of the series. Her ship is thrown off track and transported into the Phantom Zone, thus she is unable to do so. Her cousin has already grown up and become Superman by the time she arrives on Earth. Kara subsequently returns to National City, where she becomes the city’s Superhero and Protector against criminals.
Melissa Benoist plays Kara Danvers/Supergirl, Chyler Leigh plays her adopted sister Alex Danvers, Mehcad Brooks plays Jimmy Olsen/Guardian, and David Harewood plays J’onn J’onzz/Marian Hunter in the series.
22. Helpless (2017)
Powerless is another DC television program that chronicles Emily Locke’s exploits as Director of Research and Development at Wayne Security, a division of Wayne Enterprises located in Charm City. The business specializes in goods for regular people who are about to become victims of Superhero vs. Supervillian conflicts.
Ben Queen created the program, which debuted in February 2017 with its first episode. It barely lasted one season before being discontinued for the next season. Its last three episodes were even delayed to be broadcast on TVNZ OnDemand later. There were 12 episodes in the first and only season.
Vanessa Hudgens plays Emily Locke, Danny Pudi plays Teddy, who works under Emily, Alan Tudyk plays Van Wayne, Bruce Wayne’s cousin, Christina Kirk plays Jackie, Van’s personal assistant, and Ron Funches plays Ron, who works alongside Teddy.
Birds of Prey (2002–2003) 21.
Birds of Prey takes place several years after Batman has left Gotham City. Oracle and Huntress are the new heroes of the new Gotham, combating crime in lieu of Batman. To fight crime in Gotham, they are ultimately joined by a telepath, Dinah Redmond, Alfred Pennyworth, and Detective Reese. They take on a variety of villains, including Harley Quinn.
The program only lasted one season, with 13 episodes, before being terminated due to low ratings, despite attracting a large number of people when it first premiered. Laeta Kalogridis created the program, which is based on the DC Comics series of the same name. From October 2002 until February 2003, the program aired. Ashley Scott portrays Huntress, Dina Meyer portrays Oracle, Rachel Skarsten portrays Dinah Redmond, Shemar Moore portrays Detective Reese, Ian Abercrombie portrays Alfred Pennyworth, and Mia Sara portrays Harley Quinn/Dr. Harleen Quinzel.
As previously said, the program had a high number of viewers on its premiere with 7.6 million people, but those numbers dropped dramatically in the following weeks. There is just one season of the show, which consists of 13 episodes.
The Swamp Thing (1990–1993) is number 20.
The Swamp Thing, a DC Comics creature, inspired the TV series, which premiered in July 1990. Despite mixed reviews, it was one of the top-rated programs on the USA Network. It was created by Joseph Stefano.
Dick Durock stars as the Swamp Thing/Professor Alec Holland, a professor who is transformed into a monster that seeks to defend his new habitat after being burnt by chemicals. Dr. Anton Arcane, a villain and Professor Holland’s adversary, is played by Mark Lindsay Chapman. Among others, Kevin Quigley portrays Graham, Arcane’s loyal aide.
The series is divided into three seasons, each with 72 episodes.
Human Target No. 19 (1992)
Human Target is another DC television show that debuted in 1992. It’s based on Len Wein and Carmie Infantino’s DC Comics character. Danny Bilson and Paul DeMeo created the series for television. It first broadcast in 1992, and it was also the final time it was released. It just has one season under its belt. In 2010, Fox resurrected the program, which was similarly based on the Human Target Character.
Christopher Chance, a Vietnam war veteran who is now a bodyguard and private investigator, using sophisticated technology and cosmetics to take the identities of his clients, thereby becoming a human target, is the protagonist of the series. Philo Marsden, a computer specialist, Jeff Carlyle, the pilot of the Blackwing (a plane Chance uses to fly from job to job), and Libby Page, a former CIA agent, are among his allies. Christopher Chance is played by Rick Springfield, Philo Marsden is played by Kirk Baltz, Jeff Carlyle is played by Sami Chester, and Libby Page is played by Signy Coleman.
The series consists of just one season and seven episodes. It was not renewed for the next season because to low ratings and bad response.
Shazam (1974–76) was an animated television series that aired from 1974 to 1976.
Shazam is yet another superhero series based on Captain Marvel, commonly known as Shazam. Filmation created the program for Saturday Mornings. Michael Gray portrays Shazam, Les Tremayne portrays Mentor, and other actors like as Jackson Bostwick and John Davey appear in the series.
The program revolves on Billy Batson, portrayed by Micheal Gray, a youngster who can change into the superhero Captain Marvel by just using the magical word “Shazam.” Billy travels in a 1973 Dodge Open Road RV with his guardian, Mentor, in search of injustices to correct. From 1974 until 1976, the program was on the air.
The series includes three seasons and a total of 28 episodes, with the first season having the most episodes (15).
17. Lois & Clark: Superman’s New Adventures (1993–1997)
The series is based on the Superman character developed by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster for DC Comics. Deborah Joy Levine created Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman for television, which ran from September 1993 to June 1997. The series covers the origins of Superman, as well as Clark and Lois’ friendship and romance. Another series with the same name is now airing as a spin-off from DC’s Supergirl series.
Twenty-seven years after Jonathan and Marth Kent discover Kal El in a field outside of Smallville, Kansas, the story begins. Clark relocates to Metropolis and seeks employment at Daily Planet after leaving his position as editor of the Smallville Press. He is employed and meets Lois Lane, with whom he instantly falls in love. Lois falls in love with Clark’s alter ego after he rescues her from a space shuttle accident and calls him Superman.
Later, Superman encounters his arch-enemy, Lex Luthor, who is engaged in criminal activity. Lex learns that Kryptonite is Superman’s vulnerability and tries all he can to make the hero’s life miserable.
The Lois and Clark series includes four seasons, each with 22 episodes, for a total of 88 episodes. Clark Kent/Superman is played by Dean Cain, Lois Lane is played by Teri Hatcher, Perry White is played by Lane Smith, Catherine “Cat” Grant is played by Tracy Scoggins, and Lex Luthor is played by John Shea. In Season 1, Micheal Landes portrays Jimmy Olsen, while in future seasons, Justin Whales takes the part. Jonathan Kent is also played by Eddie Jones, while Martha Kent is played by K Callan.
The show was very popular at the time, and it was nominated for many accolades, including a victory for Best Genre Television Series at the Saturn Awards.
16. Legends of Tomorrow (from 2016 until now)
Legends of Tomorrow is one of the most popular DC Universe shows. It premiered in 2016 and has since appeared in episodes of other shows like as The Flash, Supergirl, and Arrow. Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, and Phil Klemmer created the program for television. The CW broadcasts the series, which is based on DC Comics characters. It really begins as a spin-off with characters who have previously been in The Flash and Arrow. After The Flash and Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow is the fourth series in the Arrowverse.
The show debuted in January 2016 and has already aired six seasons, with the seventh set to begin in October 2021. The series was initially panned, but with a few tweaks in later seasons, Legends of Tomorrow has been acclaimed for its performances, humor, and action, among other things.
The pilot episode tells the tale of Rip Hunter, who enlists the help of a group of superheroes and villains in order to revenge the murders of his wife and kid. Ray Palmer (The Atom), Sara Lance (White Canary), Martin Stein, and Jefferson “Jax” Jackson (Firestorm), Kendra Saunders (Hawkgirl), Carter Hall (Hawkman), Leonard Snart (Captain Cold), and Mick Rory (Heat Wave) make up the squad.
There have been six seasons of the show so far, with a seventh on the way, with a total of 96 episodes: 16 in season one, 17 in season two, 18 in season three, 16 in season four, 15 in season five, and 15 in season six.
Victor Garber plays Martin Stein, Brandon Routh plays Ray Palmer, Arthur Darvill plays Rip Hunter, Caity Lotz plays Sara Lance, Franz Drameh plays Jefferson “Jax” Jackson, Ciara Renee plays Hawkgirl, Falk Hentschel plays Hawkman, Amy Pemberton plays Gideon’s voice, Dominic Purcell plays Mick Rory, Wentworth Miller plays Leonard Snart, Matt Ryan plays John Constantine, Nick Zano plays Nate Heywood, Tal
Legends of Tomorrow, a DC television series, has been renewed for a seventh season, which will premiere on October 13, 2021.
15. (2018–2019) Krypton
Krypton is a new DC TV series that centers on Seg-El, Kal-grandpa El’s and Superman’s grandfather. The story takes place 200 years before Kal-birth, El’s and Seg-El, whose family has been disgraced, must battle to restore his family’s reputation while also protecting the Earth from anarchy. The series depicts the events leading up to Superman’s birth and even provides a glimpse into how life on Krypton used to be, as well as how Superman’s grandpa battled the threats that plagued the planet at the time.
The premiere episode of the series is set before Superman. Val-El, Seg-grandpa, El’s is killed for treason in the city of Kandor by the city’s corrupt government. Seg’s parents are subsequently deprived of their rights and cast out of society. Years later, Daron Vex, the man who arranged Val-death El’s and the exile of Seg-family, El’s arranges for Seg to marry Nyssa, his youngest daughter, in order for Seg to reclaim his status as a member of the upper class.
Later, a man from the future, Adam Strange, presents Seg with a sunstone with the El sign and instructs him to locate the “fortress.” Seg is brought to the Fortress of Solitude by his mother, Charys, who is subsequently murdered by Jayna Zod with his father. Seg discovers his grandfather’s study in the Fortress and learns about how he discovered an extraterrestrial danger but was silenced because of it. After that, Adam informs Seg that he must strive to stop the darkness from erasing Superman.
There are only two seasons in the series, each with 10 episodes. Syfy terminated the series in August 2019, leaving us with just those two seasons. Cameron Cuffe portrays Seg-El, Georgina Campbell portrays Lyta Zod, Shaun Sipos portrays Adam Strange, Elliot Cowan portrays Daron Vex, Ann Ogbomo portrays Jayna Zod, Aaron Pierre portrays Dev-Em, Blake Ritson portrays Brainiac, Wallis Day portrays Nyssa Vex, and Ian McElhinney portrays Val-El.
The Flash (1990–1991) was a television series that aired from 1990 to 1991.
In both the DC Universe and this list, The Flash is just one of the series. It is the first program to focus on the DC Comics character Barry Allen, who is the Flash, a costumed superhero with the ability to move at extraordinary speeds who battles crime. From September 1990 until May 1991, The Flash ran on NBC. Danny Bilson and Paul De Meo, who are also executive producers of the program, created it.
It tells the tale of Barry Allen, a forensic scientist who works for the Central City Police Department. After being hit by lightning, he gains super speed, which he uses to combat criminals under the moniker The Flash. Dr. Tina McGree, a research scientist at S.T.A.R Labs, lends a hand to Barry. He must combat crime as a superhero while simultaneously concealing his true identity from his coworkers and closest friend, Julio Mendez.
Among the cast members are John Wesley Shipp as Barry Allen/The Flash, Amanda Pays as Christina “Tina” McGree, Alex Desert as Julio Mendez, M. Emmet Walsh as Barry’s father, Henry Allen, and Priscilla Ponter as Barry’s mother, Nora Allen. Wesley Shipp reprises his role as Earth-3’s Flash and Barry’s father in the second Flash series, which premiered in 2014, while Amanda Pays takes on the character of Dr. Tina McGree. The new one incorporates some of the allusions from The Flash’s first season.
Wonder Woman (1975–79) was a superhero who appeared in comic books from 1975 until 1979.
While many of us are better acquainted with the current Wonder Woman films, a television series with the same name has previously aired. The Wonder Woman series is based on the same-named DC Comics heroine. Between 1975 and 1979, the show aired. Wonder Woman was the title of the first season, while The New Adventures of Wonder Woman was the title of the second and third seasons. Stanley Ralph Ross created the show for television.
The series takes place in 1942, during World War II. Major Steve Trevor, an American pilot, bails out during an air combat above the Bermuda Triangle, the site of Paradise Island, which is home to Amazons, strong, agile, and intelligent women. Trevor is rescued and nursed by Amazon Princess Diana.
The Amazon Queen arranges a gaming event to choose an Amazon who would return Trevor to America, but she prohibits her daughter from participating. Diana decides to remain on the opposite side of the island since she is not permitted to take part. Blonde Amazon stands out throughout the games and is ultimately crowned the champion.
Because all of the Amazon players are wearing masks, the blonde Amazon takes off her disguise and wig, revealing herself to be Diana. Her mother, first reluctant, agrees to let her accompany Steve to America, where she would face off against Trevor’s secretary, Marcia, who is a Nazi Fifth Columnist double agent.
Princess Diana/Wonder Woman is played by Lynda Carter, Steve Trevor is played by Lyle Waggoner, and Steve Trevor Jr. is played by Steve Trevor. There are three seasons in all, with approximately fifty episodes. Douglas S. Cramer and Wilford Lloyd Baumes served as Executive Producers.
12th (2014–2015) Constantine
Constantine is a DC TV series that debuted in 2014 and is based on the same-named DC Comics character. It tells the tale of John Constantine, an exorcist and occult investigator from England who pursues demonic beings. Despite the show’s termination, Constantine will continue to appear in the Arrowverse franchise, and may be seen in certain episodes of Legends of Tomorrow.
Alan Moore, Stephen R. Bissette, Rick Veitch, and John Totleben modeled it on John Constantine. Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer created it for television.
The series follows John Constantine, a demon hunter and occult master who is grappling with his past crimes while defending the innocent from otherworldly dangers that continually break through into the world. In order to save his soul from everlasting agony, Constantine utilizes his abilities to travel throughout the nation, sending these supernatural terrors back to their realm.
Matt Ryan portrays John Constantine, Lucy Griffiths portrays Liv Aberdine, Angelica Celaya portrays Mary “Zed” Martin, a psychic artist who follows Constantine on his exorcisms, Charles Halford portrays Francis “Chas” Chandler, Constantine’s old friend, and Harold Perrineau portrays Manny, an authoritative angel assigned to watch over Constantine, among others.
The series has just one season, which consists of 13 episodes.
Batman (1966–68) is the eleventh film in the Batman series.
Together with Superman, Batman is one of DC’s most popular superheroes. The series is based on the same-named DC Comics superhero. Batman and Robin, two crime-fighting heroes who protect Gotham City from criminals, star in the series. The first episode aired in January 1966, and the last episode aired in March 1968. William Dozier conceived it, and Lorenzo Semple Jr. adapted it for television. Two episodes per week were published throughout the first two seasons, while one episode per week was broadcast during the third season.
The series tells the tale of Bruce Wayne, a billionaire, and his nephew, Dick Grayson, as they protect Gotham City as Batman and Robin, respectively. There are three seasons in all, with a total of 120 episodes in the series.
It stars Adam West as Batman, Burt Ward as Robin, Alan Napier as Alfred, Batman’s faithful butler, Neil Hamilton as Commissioner Gordon, Stafford Repp as Chief O’Hara, Madge Blake as Harriet Cooper, Robin’s maternal aunt, Yvonne Craig as Barbara Gordon/ Batgirl, Commissioner Gordon’s daughter and Batman and Robin’s crime-fighting partner, and Cesar Romero as The Joker.
Smallville (2001–2011) was a television series that aired from 2001 until 2011.
Smallville is another Clark Kent/Superman tale, adding to the already long list of Superman series. It is based on the DC Comics character Superman and was created by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. It follows Clark Kent as he prepares to become the Man of Steel in the village of Smallville.
The first four seasons follow Clark through high school and his romance with Lana Lang. Clark’s adult life, including his job and relationship with Lois Lane, is explored in Seasons 5 and up. The show was well-received, with an average of 4.34 million viewers each episode. It also surpassed Stargate SG-1 as the longest-running science fiction series in North America in terms of episode count.
The show ran from October 2001 until May 2011. Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, Michael Tollin, Brian Robbins, Joe Davola, Ken Horton, Greg Beeman, James Marshall, Todd Slavkin, Darren Swimmer, Kelly Souders, Brian Peterson, and Tom Welling served as executive producers on the film. Remy Zero’s “Save Me” was the opening theme tune. There are a total of 217 episodes in the series, with 21 in season one, 23 in season two, 22 from season three through six, 20 in season seven, 22 in season eight, 21 in season nine, and 22 in season ten.
Tom Welling plays Clark Kent, Kristin Kreuk plays Lana Lang, Micheal Rosenbaum plays Lex Luthor, and Eric Johnson plays Whitney Fordman, Lana’s first lover. Among the cast members are Sam Jones III as Pete Ross, Alisson Mack as Chloe Sullivan, Annette O’Toole as Martha Kent, John Schneider as Jonathan Kent, John Glover as Lex’s father, Erica Durance as Lois Lane, Laura Vandervoort as Kara Zor-El, Justin Hartley as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, and Callum Blue as Zod.
The series won many accolades and is widely considered as one of the finest depictions of Clark Kent/Superman ever made.
Arrow 9 (2012–2020)
Arrow is a TV show based on Mort Weisinger and George Papp’s Green Arrow character from DC Comics. Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Andrew Kreisberg created it for television. The show debuted in 2012 and is part of the Arrowverse, which includes shows like The Flash, Supergirl, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. David Nutter (pilot), Sarah Schechter, Wendy Mericle, Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim, Greg Berlanti, Beth Schwartz, and Jill Blankenship are the executive producers for the series.
Oliver Queen, a wealthy playboy, spends five years stranded on the mystical island of Lian Yu before coming home to Star City to battle crime and corruption as a vigilante with a bow and arrow. Throughout the series, Oliver joins up with a few individuals in order to combat crime and stop the evil men in the city. John Diggle, Felicity Smoak, Sara Lance, Roy Harper, Thea, and Laurel Lance are among them.
Oliver returns to Star City in the series’ premiere to be reunited with his family and friends. As he hunts down the individuals on a list in his father’s notebook, he becomes a vigilante known as The Hood. To catch the evil people, he joins up with John Diggle and Felicity Smoak. Oliver had flashbacks of his first year on the island and his battle to survive throughout the first season. There are eight seasons in all, with a total of 170 episodes.
Stephen Amell portrays Oliver Queen/Arrow, Katie Cassidy portrays Laurel Lance/Black Canary, David Ramsey portrays John Diggle, Colin Donnell portrays Tommy Merlyn, Willa Holland portrays Thea Queen, Emily Bett Rickards portrays Felicity Smoak, and Colin Haynes portrays Roy Harper. The series was well-received, and it is now one of the most popular in the Arrowverse.
8. The Flash (from 2014 to the present)
Another series in the Arrowverse is The Flash, which is also one of the most popular in the world. It is based on the same-named DC Comics superhero. After the 1990 version, this is the second Flash series to reach the list. It has several allusions from the previous one, like as John Wesley Shipp’s appearance on the program as both Barry’s father, Henry, and the Flash from Earth-3, Jay Garrick.
This Flash series debuted in 2014 and went on to become The CW’s second most-watched premiere ever. Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, and Geoff Johns created it for television, and it has already aired seven seasons, with the eighth episode set to premiere in November 2021.
Barry Allen, a forensic scientist and crime scene investigator, is hit by lightning and falls into a coma before waking up with the ability to move at superhuman speed. The series’ premiere follows Barry, who gains power when the particle accelerator at Star Labs explodes. He, on the other hand, utilizes his newfound power to combat crime and apprehend criminals and metahumans. Barry is on the hunt for his mother’s murderer, Eobard Thawne, who is later revealed to be his mentor, Harrison Wells, in the first season. Eddie, Eobard’s ancestor, commits himself in the end to wipe Eobard from existence.
Each season sees The Flash and his crew against powerful metahumans in Central City. The series consists of seven seasons and 151 episodes. Grant Gustin portrays Barry Allen/The Flash, Candice Patton portrays Iris West-Allen, Danielle Panabaker portrays Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost, Carlos Valdes portrays Cisco Ramon/Vibe, Tom Cavanagh portrays Harrison Wells, and Jesse L. Martin portrays Joe West, among others.
The program was completely created as a consequence of the great response that Grant Gustin, the Flash, got after his appearances on Arrow. Over the years, the program has grown in popularity, with Gustin always excelling in his portrayal as Barry Allen.
7. Titans (from 2018 until the present)
The program is based on the Teen Titans, a group of teenage heroes who band together to battle evil in DC Comics. Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, and Greg Berlanti, together with Sarah Schechter, Greg Walker, John Fawcett, and Richard Hatem, created the program for television. There are three seasons and a total of 32 episodes in the series.
The series tells the tale of a group of teenage superheroes who band together to fight evil. Dick Grayson, Kory Anders, Rachel Roth, and Gar Logan make up the squad. Rachel joins up with Dick in the first season for protection against her father’s intentions to enslave the whole planet. Dick attempts to separate himself from his mentor and Robin image throughout the season.
Brenton Thwaites as Nightwing, Mame-Anna Diop as Starfire, Teegan Croft as Raven, Ryan Potter as Gar Logan/ Beast Boy, Curran Walters as Jason Todd/ Robin, and Conor Leslie as Donna Troy/ Wonder Girl, among others, appear in the series. The first season of the show aired in 2018, and the third season will debut in 2021.
6. Human Objective (2010–2011)
This is the list’s second Human Target series, and it’s also based on a DC Comics character. Jonathan E. Steinberg created the series, which debuted in January 2010. Jonathan E. Steinberg, Brad Kern, Kevin Hooks, McG, Peter Johnson, and Matt Miller serve as executive producers for the series. There are two seasons and a total of 25 episodes in the series.
Christopher Chance, a private contractor, bodyguard, and security specialist hired to safeguard his clients, is the protagonist of the film. Unlike in the comic book, when Chance assumes the identities of his customers, he instead becomes a Human Target by integrating himself into their life. He joins up with Winston, a business colleague, Guerrero, Ilsa Pucci, a former customer, and Ames, a thief.
Mark Valley, Chi McBride, Jackie Earle Haley, Indira Varma, and Janet Montgomery appear as Christopher Chance, Detective Laverne Winston, Guerrero, Ilsa Pucci, and Ames, respectively. After two seasons, the program was canceled.
5. Superman: The Adventures (1952–1988)
It chronicles the narrative of Clark Kent/Superman, based on the DC Comics character, much as the other Superman shows on the list. Between September 1952 and April 1958, it broadcast. It’s the first time Superman has appeared on television. George Reeves portrays Superman, Noel Neil portrays Lois Lane, Jack Larson portrays Jimmy Olsen, a Daily Planet photographer, and John Hamilton portrays Perry White, an impatient editor and publisher for Daily Planet.
There are six seasons and 107 episodes in all. Whitney Ellsworth and Robert J. Maxwell created the series for television.
iZombie (2015–2019) is the fourth game in the iZombie series.
The show is a rough adaptation of the same-named DC Comics series developed by Chris Roberson and Micheal Alfred. Rob Thomas and Dianne Ruggiero-Wright created it for television for The CW. The show debuted in March 2015 and has a total of 71 episodes spread over five seasons.
Olivia “Liv” Moore, a Seattle medical resident, is transformed into a zombie while attending a boat party in the tale. Liv begins working in a morgue to quench her desire for brains, eating the brains of the bodies she autopsy. Dr. Ravi, her employer, learns about it quickly and starts working on a solution for her. Liv joins up with a detective to solve certain murders since she can temporarily acquire the personality characteristics, abilities, and even have flashbacks in the person’s life.
Rose Mclver portrays Olivia “Liv” Moore, Malcolm Goodwin portrays Detective Clive Babineaux, Rahul Kohli portrays Ravi Chakrabarti, and Ali Michalka portrays Peyton Charles, Liv’s roommate and closest friend.
3. Gotham (2014–2019) is a television series set in New York City.
The series is based on characters from the Batman franchise from DC Comics. Gotham examines the years leading up to Bruce Wayne’s transformation into Batman, as well as James Gordon’s early days as a detective with the Gotham City Police Department. Bruno Heller created it just for television. It ran for five seasons with a total of 100 episodes between March 2014 and April 2019.
Gordon and his colleague, Harvey Bullock, are entrusted with investigating the death of Bruce Wayne’s parents in the series’ premiere. The program covers Gordon’s early years in Gotham, as well as the rogues’ gallery of criminals. Ben McKenzie portrays James Gordon, Donal Logue portrays Harvey Bullock, David Mazouz portrays Bruce Wayne, and Sean Pertwee portrays Alfred Pennyworth.
2. Preacher (from 2015 until the present)
The series Preacher is based on the DC Comics character of the same name. The program began airing in September 2015 and ended in September 2019. It consists of four seasons and a total of 43 episodes. Sam Catlin, Evan Goldberg, and Seth Rogen collaborated on the project. It is based on the true tale of Jesse Custer, a preacher who is given supernatural abilities. This inspires him to go on a journey to better comprehend his newfound abilities and discover God. He embarks on this journey with Tulip, his ex-girlfriend, and Cassidy, his new vampire buddy.
Jesse Custer is played by Dominic Cooper, Proinsias Cassidy is played by Joseph Gilgun, and Tulip O’Hare is played by Ruth Negga.
1. Lucifer (2016–2021) is a fictional character who lives in the year 2021.
Lucifer is at the top of the list and at the top of the countdown. The series is based on The Sandman, a DC Comics character from the comic book series. Tom Kapinos created the program specifically for television. The program began in January 2016 and the most recent season will be published on Netflix on September 10, 2021. The series consists of six seasons and a total of 93 episodes.
The series follows Lucifer Morningstar, who becomes weary of being Lord of Hell and decides to go to Los Angeles, where he establishes the Lux nightclub. After utilizing his abilities to assist with a murder case, he becomes a consultant for the Los Angeles Police Department. Tom Ellis plays Lucifer Morningstar, Lauren German plays Detective Chloe Decker, Kevin Alejandro plays Detective Daniel “Dan” Espinoza, Lesley-Ann Brandt plays Mazikeen, Lucifer’s loyal comrade, and Rachel Harris plays Lucifer’s psychotherapist, Dr. Linda Martin.
The best dc series – imdb is a list of the top 25 best DC TV shows ranked. The list was last updated in 2021.
- best tv shows 2021 uk
- best tv shows 2021 rotten tomatoes
- best tv shows 2021 netflix
- best dc series on netflix
- dc shows