1. Power Rangers (1993)
The evil witch Rita Repulsa and later Lord Zedd, Emperor of all he sees, and their horde of monsters recruit a group of rebellious teenagers to save Angel Grove.
2. The Umbrella Academy (2019)
When their father is found dead, a dysfunctional superhero family must band together to deal with the looming threat of the end of the world.
3. Batman: The Animated Series (1992)
An American animated television series based on the DC Comics superhero Batman, Batman: The Animated Series debuted on Cartoon Network in 2008. The show received high praise for the depth of its themes, its dark tone, its artistic quality, and its fidelity to the origins of its title character as a crime-fighter.
4. Biker Mice from Mars (1993)
Science fiction action animated series Biker Mice from Mars was created by Rick Ungar in 1993 and aired for three seasons before being canceled in the United States in 1994. it follows Throttle, Modo and Vinnie—three anthropomorphic mice who ride motorcycles and escape to Earth to protect it from the evil that ravaged their home planet of Mars—and hope to return to Mars one day. The mice’s primary weapons are a cestus laser, a bionic arm, and flares. They also use flares to confuse their opponents. Contrary to popular belief, despite the numerous battles between good and evil, there is no bloodshed and no firearms are used. Because of these elements, the show could still be rated PG for children.
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Rise of the Turtles (2012)
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6. Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man (2012)
Spider-Man teams up with a new group of teenage allies while being trained by S.H.I.E.L.D.
7. Henry Danger (2014)
It’s up to 13-year-old Henry Hart to balance his schoolwork and his new role as Captain Marvel’s sidekick-in-training, Danger, as he must learn how to manage both simultaneously.
8. Marvel’s The Defenders (2017)
As a sinister conspiracy threatens New York City, Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist band together to take on common enemies.
9. Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger (2018)
Newly-acquired superpowers mysteriously link two disparate teenagers from very different backgrounds.
10. K.C. Undercover (2015)
K.C. Cooper, a math prodigy and black-belt karateka, discovers that her parents are government spies when they ask her to join The Organization, a top-secret government agency. The latest spy gear is at K.C.’s finger tips now, but she still has a lot to learn about being a spy, including how to keep her new job a secret from her best friend Marisa With the help of her parents Craig and Kira, her older siblings Ernie (a humanoid robot), and her younger sister Judy (a humanoid robot), K.C. and her family balance home life while completing dangerous undercover missions to save the world.
11. Kickin’ It (2011)
As of June 13, 2011, Disney XD premiered the first episode of Kickin’ It, a comedy series inspired by American martial arts. Jason Earles stars as the karate instructor at an underperforming martial arts academy, while Leo Howard, Dylan Riley Snyder, Mateo Arias, Olivia Holt and Alex Christian Jones play the five misfit students. The show was created and executive produced in part by Jim O’Doherty, and is rated TV-Y7. The series was renewed for a second season by Disney XD on September 20th, 2011. The second season of the show aired on April 2 of that year. Season three of the animated series was confirmed by Disney XD on November 5, 2012, and will begin filming in January 2013. Season three aired its first episode on that date last year. The third season will not include any appearances by Alex Christian Jones. Disney XD announced in August 2013 that the show had been renewed for a fourth season, which will air in 2014. After the fourth season, Olivia Holt will be seen on Disney Channel in the show I Didn’t Do It, in which she will play a police officer.
12. Powers (2015)
Homicide cases involving “Powers” are investigated by Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim, two detectives who specialize in homicide investigations. It’s a story about superheroes who aren’t really heroes that takes place in today’s paparazzi-obsessed world. Isn’t all of that authority just another pretext for causing havoc and committing crimes such as murder and endorsement deals?
13. Jupiter’s Legacy (2021)
World’s first superheroes (who got their powers in the 1930s) are now revered elders, and their superpowered children struggle to match their legendary parents’ achievements today.
14. My Babysitter’s a Vampire (2011)
Zombie, demon, and other supernatural threats regularly threaten Ethan, Benny, and vampire Sarah’s school.
15. Just Add Magic (2015)
Her grandmother’s enigmatic cookbook is discovered in the attic by Kelly Quinn and her two BFFs, Darbie and Hannah, who discover some unusual recipes. When Kelly’s annoying little brother is silenced by the Shut’em Up Shortcake and Darbie’s ankle is healed by the Healing Hazelnut Tart, the girls discover they have magic power. Based on the best-selling novel, this is a live-action single-camera pilot.
16. Sam & Cat (2013)
Sam & Cat is a Nickelodeon teen comedy series that premiered on June 8th, 2013. It is both an iCarly and a Victorious spin-off/sequel. Jennette McCurdy plays Sam Puckett, and Ariana Grande portrays Cat Valentine in the film. The girls become roommates after meeting by chance on an odd adventure, and they later start a babysitting business to supplement their income.
17. Supergirl (2015)
After being exiled from Krypton at the age of 13, Kara Zor-El, now 24, must learn to embrace her powers after years of hiding them. A disaster forces her to use her powers, and the Danvers teach her how to be cautious with them. This begins her journey as a hero.
18. Ultraman (2019)
Years ago, a legendary hero departed this world for the afterlife to be with the gods. To counter a new threat, Ultraman’s son must rise to the occasion.