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Upcoming superhero & comic-based TV release dates for Marvel, DC, Prime Video, Netflix, and more

For upcoming superhero TV shows and upcoming superhero TV seasons from Marvel, DC, My Hero Academia, The Boys, and more!

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As you read this, we’re in a golden age of superhero TV shows, with both Gen V and Loki currently streaming on Prime Video and Disney+ respectively, and soon to be accompanied by the final episodes of Max’s Doom Patrol. The amazing thing is, that’s not all: there’s more on the way, including new seasons of existing shows — welcome back, Invincible — and some all new shows, such as Netflix’s Pluto, based on the classic manga series. With this much happening, you might feel as if you need a guide for what’s coming up. Thankfully, you’ve come to the right place.

Superheroes were born out of serial storytelling - comic books, and comic strips - and TV shows have proven to good fit for telling those stories off the printed page. While superhero movies seem like the center of attention, superhero TV shows have been the mainstream public's dish of choice for generations.

From great heights like the '60s Batman show and the '90s Batman: The Animated Series (yes, there's more to superheroes than Batman), television has been a fertile ground for telling stories of individuals with super abilities and/or secret identities.

While the height of the Arrow-verse on the CW is behind us, superhero TV lives on with streaming services and the occassional terrestial/network show. From Marvel Studios' Disney+ output to DC's new 'Gods and Monsters' line across the CW, Max and more, to even the amazing about of superhero anime on Crunchyroll, there's a lot to watch - and you don't need X-Ray vision to find it.

Popverse has assembled a list of all the current and upcoming superhero TV shows, from Marvel and DC to Netflix, Amazon's Prime Video, and more. Live-action? Yes. Animated? Yes. Anime? That too.

We'll be updating this every time a new superhero TV show is announced and/or a release date is revealed. So stay tuned!

Upcoming 2023 superhero TV shows

Doom Patrol Season 4
Image credit: Max
Debut Date Show Season Channel Studio
November 3 Invincible season 2 Amazon Prime Video Amazon Studios
December 2023 What If... ? season 2 Disney+ Marvel Studios

Upcoming 2024 superhero TV shows

Echo in Hawkeye
Image credit: Marvel Studios
Debut Date Show Season Channel Studio
January TBD Echo season 1 Disney+ Marvel Studios
Early 2024 X-Men '97 season 1 Disney+ Marvel Studios
Late 2024 Agatha: Darkhold Diaries season 1 Disney+ Marvel Studios

Here are other shows anticipated for 2024:

  • Ironheart (Marvel Studios), season one on Disney+
  • The Penguin (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • Spider-Man: Freshman Year (Marvel Studios Animation), season one on Disney+
  • Marvel Zombies (Marvel Studios Animation), , season one on Disney+

Upcoming unscheduled superhero TV shows

Batman Caped Crusader by Bruce Timm
Image credit: WB Animation

Although no specific release dates have been announced, here's what's been announced for the far-flung future:

  • Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur (Marvel Animation), season two on Disney Channel/Disney+
  • My Hero Academia (Bones), season seven on Crunchyroll
  • Creature Commandos (Warner Bros. Animation), season one on Max
  • Waller (Warner Bros. Television), season one with Max
  • Daredevil: Born Again (Marvel Studios), season one on Disney+
  • Booster Gold (Warner Bros. Television), season one with unannounced network/platform
  • Paradise Lost (Warner Bros. Television), season one on unannounced network/platform
  • Lanterns (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • Kite Man (Warner Bros Animation), season one although network unconfirmed
  • Silk: Spider Society (Sony Pictures Television), season one on MGM+/Amazon Prime Video
  • Spider-Man Noir (Sony Pictures Television), season one on MGM+/Amazon Prime Video
  • Bat-Family (Warner Bros. Animation), season one and two from Amazon Prime Video
  • Batman: Caped Crusader (Warner Bros. Animation), season one and two from Amazon Prime Video
  • Umbrella Academy (Universal Cable Productions), season 4 on Netflix
  • I Am Groot (Marvel Studios Animation), season two on Disney+
  • Untitled Wakanda series (Marvel Studios), season one on Disney+
  • Spidey and His Amazing Friends (Marvel Animation, season three on Disney Junior
  • The Boys (Amazon Studios), season four on Amazon Prime Video
  • Noonan's (DC Studios/Warner Bros. Animation), season one on Max
  • Hit-Monkey (Marvel Animation), season two on Hulu
  • Peacemaker (Warner Bros. Television), season two on Max
  • Untitled Arkham series (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • DC Super Hero High (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • Dead Boy Detectives (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • Untitled Justice Leage Dark series (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • Justice League Dark: Constantine (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • Madame X (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • Untitled Val-Zod limited series (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • Justice U (Warner Bros. Television), season one on the CW
  • Untitled Aqualad series (Warner Bros. Television), season one on Max
  • Untitled The Night Begins to Shine series, (Warner Bros. Animation), season one on Cartoon Network
  • Noonan's (Warner Bros. Animation), season one on Max
  • Legion of Super-Heroes(Warner Bros. Animation), season one on Max
  • Teen Titans Go! (Warner Bros. Animation), season 8 on Cartoon Network
  • Tales of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, season one on Paramount+
  • Superhero Kindergarten, season three on Kartoon Channel
  • One-Punch Man, season three

Want more feature-length caped fisticuffs, Check out our comprehensive superhero movie schedule.

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Chris Arrant is the Popverse's Editor-in-Chief. He has written about pop culture for USA Today, Life, Entertainment Weekly, Publisher's Weekly, Marvel, Newsarama, CBR, and more. He has acted as a judge for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, the Harvey Awards, and the Stan Lee Awards. (He/him)

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