We are in the golden age of cinematic superheroes and it’s not doubt it will keep expanding. The cinematic universe has now moved over to bring some of your favorite character star in their own show.

Now with character like Daredevil, Flash, Arrow and others receiving their own stand alone show, isn’t time for the ladies to shine? Fear not, some of your favorite characters will be making on to the small screen this fall or early next year. Let’s take a look at what to expect from our favorite crime fighting heroines.

Agent Carter

Are you looking for a strong, well written female character? Well your in luck because Marvel’s Agent Carter will be serving you a slice of that in early 2016 with her second season. ABC had no trouble renewing this as fans loved the retro, western, classic edge Agent Carter offered and with Haley Atwell stealing the show, we knew she was going to come back for another season.

Agent Carter has been just another minor in Captain America: The First Avenger who was waiting to get written off. Fans did start to ship Peggy and Steve. She grew popular as a character and we didn’t want to see her go that soon so Marvel gave her a short season and she definitely shined! Agent Carter became a role model and figure to women all around the world. Who knew a fictional character could become a figure?

Smartly written and well developed in the short amount of time given, Agent Carter differs, it’s self from other superheroes shows. The show is primarily based on on Peggy being relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve.

Jessica Jones

Jessica Jones will be the newest addition to the Nextflix Marvel shows. It will be joining Daredevil to build up to the short series Defenders, which is still yet to come. Krysten Ritter will be playing Jessica Jones in the new series and she will be along side with the talented David Tennant.

Fans are expecting Tennant to become a villain, in other words, they’re expecting him to become the Purple Man. We will just have to wait till November to see what happens.

The series will be about Jessica, who is a former super-heroine decides to reboot her life by becoming a private investigator. Now, according to IMDb, Luke Cage will be in all thirteen episodes so I’m expecting that to lead to his own show. What do you think?


“It’s not a bird, It’s not a plane, It’s not a man, It’s Supergirl!” One of my most anticipated shows to come this fall. I’m aware that some had the chance to see an early screening of it at Comic Con, and others may of watched the leaked copy.

It currently has mixed reviews, but I’m really excited for it because for a start, Greg Berlanti is producing this, for those who are unsure, he produced Arrow and Flash. Supergirl will hopefully have Superman villains that we wanted to see in the DC cinematic universe, but they just couldn’t fit it in.

Unfortunately Supergirl will not be crossing over with Arrow or Flash anytime soon, But don’t be to disappointed because we will be seeing Red Tornado, many, including myself aren’t to happy with the costume but It’s a TV budget Red Tornado, were you really expecting more? Supergirl will be flying to your screen in November.