‘Ms. Marvel’ is Officially the Highest-Rated Disney+ Series Ever
After three episodes, a series that has suffered some of the lowest viewership numbers of any Marvel Studios project that has been released on the streaming service thus far has remained one of its greatest critical successes, as Ms. Marvel is officially the highest-rated Disney+ series ever.
There were few characters that fans were more excited about arriving at the lauded Marvel Cinematic Universe than the beloved Kamala Khan; a young, Muslim-American hero that has firmly entrenched herself with fan-favorite status.
The character has come to be one of the most beloved young heroes of Marvel comics, and it was only a matter of time until the G. Willow Wilson creation found herself amidst some of the most important Marvel characters within the incredible and vast MCU.
That day has come, and the project that has brought her into this ever-expanding world has been some of the most creative and phenomenally executed projects in the MCU to date; firmly establishing its own unique place among Marvel pantheon of projects.
Despite the low viewership numbers that have continued to plague the fantastic series, it remains among the most well-received Marvel projects ever; with Ms. Marvel officially becoming the highest-rated DIsney+ series ever.
You read that right; not only is Ms. Marvely firmly established as one of the critical darlings of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it is now among the best-reviewed projects in the history of Disney’s exclusive streaming platform.
According to Rotten Tomatoes– the premiere scale for movies and series- it has been rated higher than anything from Walt Disney Studios, Lucasfilm, or Marvel; with its 96% standing above The Mandalorian’s 93% fresh rating.
The only series on the streaming platform that is technically higher rated than Ms. MArvel is season 7 of Star Wars The Clone Wars series, which is rated a rare 100% on the website; although this won’t count as a Disney+ exclusive series since it originally debuted on Cartoon Network.
The next closed Marvel series is What If…? which stands at 94%, with Loki’s 92% and WandaVision’s 91% placing them in the conversation, but firmly away from Ms. Marvel’s success.