Disney+ has tons of great shows, but a good number of those shows seem to target a specific audience, kids and teenagers in general. But in recent times, they have rolled out more mature shows that adults can relate to. With that said, here are some of the best shows to watch on Disney+ right now.
Following the release of many other Star Wars series, Andor is one of the best ones to be released. The series follows the tales of the rebellion against the empire, set in the time before Star Wars Rogue One, and Cassian Andor’s role as a rebel hero as his journey unfolds.
Arguably the best show on this list, Hawkeye is a show that has it all, from top-tier comedy to some of the best graphically pleasing and well-choreographed fight scenes you can anywhere. All of that combined with amazing performances from Hailee Steinfield, Jeremy Renner, and Florence Pugh made the show what it is.
Taking place after the events of Avengers: Endgame, Clint Barton must complete a mission that originated from his past while trying to make it back in time for Christmas with his family. He meets Kate Bishop, who has idolized him since she was a child, and together they take on multiple obstacles that come their way. But they discover that at the top of it all is a big bad that could spoil much more than the holiday season.
3. Ms. Marvel
When the news circulated that a Ms. Marvel series was in the works, I had high expectations for its release, as did many others familiar with her character. It did not disappoint.
In a setup for the upcoming, The Marvels movie, Ms. Marvel takes us on an exciting journey with Kamala Khan’s origin story, how she got her powers, and how she came to be known as Ms. Marvel. Kamala who has been Captain Marvel’s no. 1 fan for as long as she can remember gains powers from a bracelet, given to her by her grandma. While trying to figure out how to use her powers she encounters a group of Djinn who want to use her power to send them back home, she is willing to help but what they do not tell her is that it will come at a cost.
4. She-Hulk: Attorney at law
There was a lot of talk about She-Hulk and its CGI but it was not nearly as bad as people were making it out to be. It was genuinely a good, comedic show with a little action here and there. We even got to see the abomination after all these years.
The show was about She-Hulk’s origin story and how she came to be her giant self by being exposed to her cousin’s, Bruce Banner, blood. Jen, for a long time, didn’t want to be the She-Hulk because she thought it would affect her law career. But a series of multiple events led to her accepting who she had become, and just as she was finally beginning to accept her new self, she finds out about a group of people who want to see her dead.
5. Moon knight
Moon knight is one of those shows that have you wondering what is going to happen next, and before long you find yourself going from episode to episode till you get to the very end. The series follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee, who becomes plagued with blackouts and memories of another life.
Steven discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and that he shares his body with Marc Spector, whose personality and habits are quite opposite to Mark’s. As Steven/Marc’s enemies converge upon them, they must find a way to stop the rise of a great evil that was once kept locked up by the gods.