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Marvel Studios / Courtesy of Marvel Studios 27.Love, Victor (2020–)

Coming out is hard, especially when you’re still trying to figure out your own sexuality. In this spinoff of the 2018 film Love, Simon, Victor Salazar (played by newcomer Michael Cimino) finds himself with a cute girlfriend but a crush on gay classmate Benji (George Sear). Is Victor gay? Is he bi? Is he straight? None of the above? As he navigates life at his Texas high school, at his coffee shop job, and with his big Hispanic family, he must come to terms with who he is and who he loves. Bebe Wood’s (The Real O’Neals) delightful performance as Victor’s social media–crazed classmate and a new third season are just two more reasons to give the YA series a try.

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Mitchell Haaseth/Hulu/Courtesy Everett Collection 28.The Mandalorian (2019–)

Baby Yoda. What else need I say about this Star Wars spinoff, other than that it features the most adorable alien ever created? I will watch 75 seasons of this space Western just to watch my little guy yawn, eat a toad, and play with a space cruiser’s joystick. THE launching show for the streamer, this live-action saga, set directly after Return of the Jedi, follows a bounty hunter (played by Pedro Pascal without a crushed skull) on a series of episodic missions around the galaxy. Both seasons of the show have garnered plenty of praise and prizes (such as the 24 Emmy nominations it scooped up for Season 2, including Best Drama), and a third season (and even more Baby Yoda) will be headed your way in 2022. (Also, I’m well aware that Baby Yoda is technically named Grogu, but we shan’t be calling him that in my house.)

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Lucasfilm Ltd. 29.Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006–16)

One of the beauties of Disney+ is that it is truly a streamer for all ages. We’ve got your great-uncle Wilbur bingeing Nat Geo content, and then we’ve got a robust set of Disney Junior offerings for the little tykes. One such show is this flagship cartoon starring Mickey & Co. Each episode sees the gang solving some problem or other with the help of recurring kid-friendly segments like the “Mystery Mouseketool” and “Oh, Toodles!” Also, every episode ends with the characters dancing to a song called “Hot Dog!” by They Might Be Giants. I’ve watched several dozen episodes of this with my cousin’s children, and I must say it’s oddly enthralling.

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Disney Channel 30.Monsters at Work (2021–)

I have an undying devotion to Monster’s, Inc. I firmly believe that it is the best Pixar film, I have watched it probably a hundred times, and I ran the Disney Marathon in a Mike Wazowski T-shirt. I am therefore thrilled to have a spinoff series now rolling out on Disney+. The show, which takes place after the original film, follows Tylor Tuskmon (Superstore’s Ben Feldman), a recent graduate of Monster University and scare major, who now finds his job obsolete in a world that is transitioning to the more efficient laugh energy. The show reunites the vocal talents of Billy Crystal (Mike) and John Goodman (Sulley) and introduces Mindy Kaling and Henry Winkler to the mix. FWIW, I also find the show a captivating statement on privilege, toxic masculinity, and the postpandemic era as we follow a character seemingly well placed in society scrambling in the face of a new societal hierarchy. (Too much of a close read? Watch and let me know.)

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Disney+ 31.Moon Knight (2022)

Marvel never ceases to amaze me with the origin stories they’ve got dreamed up for their superheroes. In the sixth installment of the television branch of the MCU, Oscar Issac joins the ranks of prestige actors-turned superhero as he plays the titular Moon Knight. His origin story? Museum gift shop employee who suffers from dissociative identity disorder that causes him to shift personalities while he sleeps. By day he is sporting a British accent as Steven Grant, awkward wannabe tour guide with a fascination in Egyptian history. He’s also Marc Spector, a mercenary from Chicago. And then there’s of course Moon Knight, his superhero mummy conduit for the Egyptian god Khonshu. Ethan Hawke’s also in the cast as the creepy cult leader villain, and the pair are making a meal out of these roles. I would not be surprised at all if Moon Knight follows Wandavision as Marvel’s Emmy contender of the year.

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Marvel Studios/Disney+ 32.Ms. Marvel (2022)

As the Marvel Universe continues to expand, we’re luckily getting further and further from the typical superhero origin stories we’ve seen for years. In this new MCU spinoff, we’re introduced to the delightfully sweet and spunky Kamala Khan, played by newcomer Iman Vellani. In the increasingly meta MCU, she is a fangirl of Captain Marvel who discovers she also has secret powers while cosplaying as her hero at the first-ever Marvel Con. The show feels more like a cute teen dramedy than an adult action thriller in the best way possible. Think a slightly scaled back version of the Tom Holland Spider-Man films. Ms. Marvel will be appearing in the film The Marvels next year, so no time like the present to get watching.

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