So, you’ve finished WandaVision… and maybe, you watched it a second time… Now what? While nothing will quite compare to the phenomenon that Marvel and Disney brought to our screens (Agatha cannot be topped!), there is more to be watched. Check out fifteen shows that TV Time users who watch WandaVision also enjoy. Scroll below for your next binge watch!
15. Space Force
If you loved the small funny moments of WandaVision, try this comedy about a group tasked with creating a sixth branch of the armed services: The U.S. Space Force.
Keep the Marvel train going with two teenagers who find themselves burdened with and awakened to newly acquired superpowers in this short-lived series.
13. Young Justice
Teamwork makes the dream work. This animated series follows the lives of teenage superheroes and sidekicks who are members of an operation group referred to simply as “the team.”
12. The Mandalorian
If you haven’t binged it already, stay on Disney+ and watch the journey of a lone bounty hunter in the outer reaches of the galaxy, far far away from the authority of the New Republic.
Follow the first generation to grow up during the zombie apocalypse in The Walking Dead’s second spin-off series.
10. Good Omens
Having grown accustomed to life on Earth, a demon and an angel come together to prevent the coming of the Antichrist and Armageddon.
Wish you could create a “perfect” life like Wanda? How about an afterlife? After his untimely death, a man is able to choose his own afterlife by having his consciousness uploaded into a virtual world.
Dive into a different franchise with yet another beloved Star Wars series that chronicles the wartime days of Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Yoda during the violent Clone Wars.
Three years after billionaire philanthropist Bruce Wayne disappears, his cousin Kate Kane sets out to overcome her demons and become a symbol of hope, protecting the streets of Gotham City.
Androids are tasked with raising human children on a mysterious planet in this HBO Max original.
The follow-up series to Star Trek: The Next Generation finds beloved Starfleet admiral Jean-Luc Picard stepping into the next chapter of his life fourteen years after his retirement.
In an alternate history where masked vigilantes are treated as outlaws, a detective investigates the reemergence of a white supremacist terrorist group.
3. Doom Patrol
DC’s dramedy brings some retro charm with a group of individual outcasts who possess superhero abilities and come together to investigate the world’s weirdest phenomena.
Love a genre-bending series? Try HBO’s supernatural horror-drama about a young black man who travels across Jim Crow America in search of his missing father.
Keep the girl power going with the story of a high school student who discovers the Cosmic Staff of Starman and becomes the inspiration for a new generation of superheroes.