Gregg, Atwell, and Mount headline series on ABC, while Cox, Ritter, Colter, Jones, and Bernthal headline series on Netflix. Gardner co-stars in Runaways on Hulu. Holt and Joseph headline Cloak & Dagger on Freeform.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a media franchise and shared fictional universe that is the setting of superhero television series based on characters that appear in Marvel Comics publications. Marvel Television released the first series in the universe, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which began airing on ABC during the 2013–14 television season, and was joined by Agent Carter in the 2014–15 television season. Inhumans aired on ABC in the 2017–18 television season. Netflix's Marvel series began in 2015 with Daredevil and Jessica Jones, with Luke Cage releasing in 2016. Those series were followed by Iron Fist, the crossover miniseries The Defenders, and The Punisher in 2017. Additionally, the MCU expanded to Hulu with Runaways, also in 2017, and Helstrom in 2020, and expanded to Freeform with Cloak & Dagger in 2018. Marvel Studios—the production studio behind the MCU feature filmsbegan releasing series in 2021 that feature greater interconnectivity with the films than these series.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is headlined by Clark Gregg in the role of Phil Coulson, while Hayley Atwell stars as Peggy Carter in Agent Carter, both reprising their roles from the MCU films. Anson Mount headlines Inhumans as Black Bolt. Charlie Cox is featured as Matt Murdock / Daredevil in Daredevil, while Krysten Ritter leads as Jessica Jones in Jessica Jones, which also introduces Mike Colter as Luke Cage, who later headlined Luke Cage. Finn Jones stars as Danny Rand / Iron Fist in Iron Fist and joins Cox, Ritter, and Colter in reprising their roles for The Defenders. Jon Bernthal stars as Frank Castle / Punisher in The Punisher, after being introduced in the second season of Daredevil. Runaways co-stars Rhenzy Feliz as Alex Wilder. Cloak & Dagger sees Olivia Holt and Aubrey Joseph as Tandy Bowen / Dagger and Tyrone Johnson / Cloak, respectively. Helstrom stars Tom Austen and Sydney Lemmon as Daimon and Ana Helstrom, respectively.

Due to the nature of the shared universe, several actors appear in the series as characters that had previously appeared in other mediums, including: Gregg, who appeared as Coulson in the films Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor, Marvel's The Avengers, and the short films The Consultant and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer, before appearing in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.; and Atwell, who portrayed Carter in the films Captain America: The First Avenger and Captain America: The Winter Soldier and the short film Agent Carter, upon which the series of the same name is based, before appearing in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as well. Atwell is the first actor to appear in multiple MCU television series with her role in Agent Carter. All characters that have made appearances in other MCU media, such as the digital series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot, are noted.

ABC series

Further information: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter, and Inhumans cast and characters

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Character Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Carter Inhumans
Black Bolt Anson Mount[1]
Lincoln Campbell Luke Mitchell[2]
Peggy CarterF OS Hayley AtwellG[3] Hayley Atwell[4]
Phil CoulsonDS F OS Clark Gregg[5]
Crystal Isabelle Cornish[6]
Roger Dooley Shea Whigham[7]
Timothy "Dum Dum" DuganF OS Neal McDonoughG[8][9]
Leo FitzDS Iain De Caestecker[5]
Gorgon Eme Ikwuakor[6]
Lance Hunter Nick Blood[10]
Edwin JarvisF James D'Arcy[11]
Daisy "Skye" Johnson
Quake
DS
Chloe Bennet[5][12]
Karnak Ken Leung[13]
Louise Ellen Woglom[6]
Alphonso "Mack" MacKenzieDS Henry Simmons[14]
Melinda MayDS Ming-Na Wen[5]
Maximus Iwan Rheon[15]
Medusa Serinda Swan[16]
Bobbi Morse Adrianne Palicki[17]
Holden Radcliffe John Hannah[18]
Elena "Yo-Yo" RodriguezDS Natalia Cordova-Buckley[19]
Jemma SimmonsDS Elizabeth Henstridge[5]
Deke Shaw Jeff Ward[20]
Daniel Sousa Enver GjokajR[21] Enver Gjokaj[22]
Jack Thompson Chad Michael Murray[22]
Grant Ward Brett Dalton[5]

Netflix series

Further information: Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Punisher cast and characters

2015–2017

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Character 2015 2016 2017
Daredevil
season 1
Jessica Jones
season 1
Daredevil
season 2
Luke Cage
season 1
Iron Fist
season 1
The Defenders The Punisher
season 1

Introduced in Daredevil season 1[edit]

Turk Barrett2 Rob Morgan[23] Rob Morgan[24][25][26] Rob Morgan[27][28]
Shirley Benson Suzanne H. Smart Suzanne H. Smart[29] Suzanne H. Smart
Christian Blake Chris Tardio[30]
Elena Cardenas Judith Delgado[31]
Mitchell Ellison2 Geoffrey Cantor[32] Geoffrey Cantor[33] Geoffrey Cantor[34]
Wilson Fisk
Kingpin
2
Vincent D'OnofrioM[35] Vincent D'OnofrioM[36]
Francis Tom Walker[37]
Gao Wai Ching Ho[23] Wai Ching Ho[38] Wai Ching Ho[39][40]
Carl Hoffman Daryl Edwards[41]
Josie Susan Varon[42] Susan Varon[29] Susan Varon
Lantom2 Peter McRobbie[43] Peter McRobbie[44] Peter McRobbie[45]
Brett Mahoney2 Royce Johnson[41][46][47] Royce Johnson
Vanessa Marianna2 Ayelet ZurerM[48][49]
Matt Murdock
Daredevil
2
Charlie CoxM[50] Charlie CoxM[51] Charlie CoxM[52]
Franklin "Foggy" Nelson2 Elden HensonM[53] Elden HensonM[54] Elden HensonM[55]
Leland Owlsley Bob GuntonM[49][56]
Karen Page2 Deborah Ann WollM[57] Deborah Ann WollM[54] Deborah Ann WollM[58][59]
Melvin Potter2 Matt Gerald[23] Matt Gerald[25]
Vladimir Ranskahov Nikolai Nikolaeff[23]
Marci Stahl2 Amy Rutberg[60] Amy Rutberg[61] Amy Rutberg[62]
Stick Scott Glenn[63] Scott Glenn[64] Scott GlennM[65]
Roscoe Sweeney Kevin Nagle Kevin Nagle[66]
Claire Temple2 Rosario DawsonM[56] Rosario Dawson[67] Rosario DawsonM[68][69][70][65]
Ben Urich Vondie Curtis-HallM[49]
Doris Urich Adriane Lenox[42]
James Wesley Toby Leonard MooreM[49]
Nobu Yoshioka Peter Shinkoda[23][71] Peter Shinkoda[72]

Introduced in Jessica Jones season 1[edit]

Clair Danielle Ferland[73]
Oscar Clemons Clarke Peters[46]
Reva Connors Parisa Fitz-Henley[74] Parisa Fitz-Henley[75]
Donald Paul Pryce[73]
Malcolm Ducasse2 Eka DarvilleM[76] Eka DarvilleM[77]
Emma Gillian Glasco[73]
Jeri Hogarth2 Carrie-Anne MossM[78] Carrie-Anne Moss[38] Carrie-Anne Moss[79][55]
Jackson Ryan Ferrell[73]
Alisa Jones2 Miriam Shor[80]
Jessica Jones2 Krysten RitterM[81][82] Krysten RitterM[52]
Carl Lucas / Luke Cage2 Mike ColterM[83] Mike ColterM[83][84] Mike ColterM[52]
Nicole2 Nichole Yannetty[85] Nichole Yannetty
Pam Susie Abromeit[86]
Samantha Reyes Michelle Hurd[87]
Robyn Colby Minifie[88]
Wendy Ross-Hogarth Robin Weigert[89]
Ruben Kieran Mulcare[88]
Hope Shlottman Erin MoriartyM[76][46]
Will Simpson2 Wil TravalM[90][91][46]
Albert Thompson Michael Siberry[92]
Kevin Thompson / Kilgrave2 David TennantM[93]
Louise Thompson Lisa Emery[92]
Patricia "Trish" Walker2 Rachael TaylorM[94] Rachael TaylorV[95] Rachael TaylorM[65]

Introduced in Daredevil season 2[edit]

Frank Castle
Punisher
2
Jon BernthalM[54] Jon BernthalM[96]
Louisa Delgado Marilyn Torres[29]
Benjamin Donovan2 Danny Johnson[97][75]
Stan Gibson John Pirkis[29]
Hirochi Ron Nakahara[66]
Ray Schoonover Clancy Brown[98] Clancy Brown[34]
Elektra Natchios Élodie YungM[99] Élodie YungM[100]
Blake Tower2 Stephen RiderM[101] Stephen Rider[95]

Introduced in Luke Cage season 1[edit]

Hernan "Shades" Alvarez2 Theo RossiM[69][102][103]
Mark Bailey2 Justin Swain[104]
Noah Burstein Michael Kostroff[95]
Domingo Colon Jacob Vargas[105]
Darryl Marquis Rodriguez[106]
Mariah Dillard2 Alfre WoodardM[107][108]
Bobby Fish2 Ron Cephas Jones[109]
Dave Griffith2 Jeremiah Richard Craft
Mercedes "Misty" Knight2 Simone MissickM[102] Simone MissickM[110]
Connie Lin2 Jade Wu[111]
Megan McLaren Dawn-Lyen Gardner[112]
Candace Miller Deborah Ayorinde[113]
Priscilla Ridley2 Karen Pittman[75]
Rafael Scarfe2 Frank Whaley[114][102]
Cornell "Cottonmouth" Stokes Mahershala AliM[115][116]
Willis Stryker
Diamondback
Erik LaRay HarveyM[117]
Sugar2 Sean Ringgold[75]
Soledad Temple Sônia Braga[118]
Thembi Wallace2 Tijuana Ricks[119][120]
Alex Wesley2 John Clarence Stewart[121]
Lonnie Wilson2 Darius Kaleb[122]
Zip Jaiden Kaine[75]

Introduced in Iron Fist season 1[edit]

Bakuto Ramón RodríguezM[123][124]
Davos2 Sacha DhawanM[125]
Kyle Alex Wyse[126]
Harold Meachum David WenhamM[127]
Joy Meachum2 Jessica StroupM[128]
Ward Meachum2 Tom PelphreyM[128]
Megan Barrett Doss
Danny Rand
Iron Fist
2
Finn JonesM[129][52]
Wendell Rand David Furr[126]
Maria Rodriguez Elise Santora
Kevin Singleton Ramon Fernandez
Lawrence Wilkins Clifton Davis[126]
Colleen Wing2 Jessica HenwickM[130][131]

Introduced in Marvel's The Defenders[edit]

Cole Miller J. Mallory McCree[132]
Murakami Yutaka Takeuchi[124]
Lexi Raymond Chloe Levine[133]
Michelle Raymond Michelle Federer[133]
Alexandra Sigourney WeaverM[134]
Sowande Babs Olusanmokun[124]
Strieber2 Ron Simons[135]

Introduced in The Punisher season 1[edit]

Frank Castle Jr. Aidan Pierce Brennan[136]
Lisa Castle Nicolette Pierini
Maria Castle Kelli Barrett[137]
Rafael Hernandez2 Tony Plana[138]
Curtis Hoyle2 Jason R. MooreM[139]
Isaac Lange Jordan Mahome
David Lieberman / Micro Ebon Moss-BachrachM[140][141]
Leo Lieberman Ripley Sobo[137]
Sarah Lieberman Jaime Ray NewmanM[139]
Zach Lieberman Kobi Frumer[137]
Dinah Madani2 Amber Rose RevahM[140]
Farah Madani Shohreh Aghdashloo[142]
William Rawlins Paul SchulzeM[139]
Billy Russo2 Ben BarnesM[140]
Sam Stein Michael NathansonM[139]
Lewis Wilson Daniel WebberM[143]

2018–2019

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Character 2018 2019
Jessica Jones
season 2
Luke Cage
season 2
Iron Fist
season 2
Daredevil
season 3
The Punisher
season 2
Jessica Jones
season 3

Introduced in earlier seasons or series[edit]

Hernan "Shades" Alvarez Theo RossiM[144]
Turk Barrett Rob Morgan[145] Rob Morgan[146]
Mark Bailey Justin Swain
Frank Castle
Punisher
Jon BernthalM[147]
Davos Sacha DhawanM[148]
Mariah Dillard Alfre WoodardM[149]
Benjamin Donovan Danny Johnson Danny Johnson
Malcolm Ducasse Eka DarvilleM[150] Eka DarvilleM[151]
Mitchell Ellison Geoffrey Cantor
Bobby Fish Ron Cephas Jones
Wilson Fisk
Kingpin
Vincent D'OnofrioM[152]
D.W. Griffith Jeremiah Richard Craft
Rafael Hernandez Tony Plana
Jeri Hogarth Carrie-Anne MossM[153] Carrie-Anne MossM[151]
Curtis Hoyle Jason R. MooreM[147]
Alisa Jones Janet McTeerM[154]
Jessica Jones Krysten RitterM[155] Krysten RitterM[151]
Mercedes "Misty" Knight Simone MissickM[149][156]
Lantom Peter McRobbie
Connie Lin Jade Wu
Carl Lucas / Luke Cage Mike ColterM[157] Mike Colter
Dinah Madani Amber Rose RevahM[147]
Brett Mahoney Royce Johnson
Vanessa Marianna Ayelet Zurer
Joy Meachum Jessica StroupM[148]
Ward Meachum Tom PelphreyM[148]
Matt Murdock
Daredevil
Charlie CoxM[152]
Franklin "Foggy" Nelson Elden Henson[158][159] Elden HensonM[152]
Nicole Nichole Yannetty
Karen Page Deborah Ann WollM[152] Deborah Ann Woll[160]
Melvin Potter Matt Gerald
Danny Rand
Iron Fist
Finn JonesM[161][148]
Priscilla Ridley Karen Pittman
Billy Russo
Jigsaw
Ben BarnesM[147]
Rafael Scarfe Frank Whaley
Will Simpson Wil Traval[162]
Marci Stahl Amy Rutberg[62]
Strieber Ron Simons
Sugar Sean Ringgold
Claire Temple Rosario Dawson[163]
Kevin Thompson / Kilgrave David Tennant[164] David TennantV
Blake Tower Stephen RiderM Stephen RiderM
Dorothy Walker Rebecca De Mornay[165] Rebecca De Monray
Patricia "Trish" Walker
Hellcat
Rachael TaylorM[166] Rachael TaylorM[151]
Thembi Wallace Tijuana Ricks Tijuana Ricks
Alex Wesley John Clarence Stewart
Lonnie Wilson Darius Kaleb
Colleen Wing Jessica HenwickM[167][148]

Introduced in Jessica Jones season 2[edit]

Oscar Arocho J. R. RamirezM[168] J. R. Ramirez
Vido Arocho Kevin Chacon[169] Kevin Chacon
Pryce Cheng Terry ChenM[165]
Inez Green Leah GibsonM[170][171]

Introduced in Luke Cage season 2[edit]

Rosalie Carbone Annabella Sciorra Annabella Sciorra
Tilda Johnson Gabrielle DennisM[149]
John McIver
Bushmaster
Mustafa ShakirM[149]

Introduced in Iron Fist season 2[edit]

Mary Walker
Typhoid Mary
Alice EveM[172]

Introduced in Daredevil season 3[edit]

Maggie Grace Joanne WhalleyM[173]
Rahul "Ray" Nadeem Jay AliM[174]
Benjamin "Dex" Poindexter Wilson BethelM[175]

Introduced in The Punisher season 2[edit]

Amy Bendix Giorgia WhighamM[176]
Krista Dumont Floriana LimaM[176]
John Pilgrim Josh StewartM[176]
Anderson Schultz Corbin Bernsen[177]
Eliza Schultz Annette O'Toole[177]

Introduced in Jessica Jones season 3[edit]

Erik Gelden Benjamin WalkerM[178]
Kith Lyonne Sarita ChoudhuryM[178]
Zaya Okonjo Tiffany MackM[178]
Gregory Sallinger Jeremy BobbM[178]

Young adult series

Further information: Runaways and Cloak & Dagger cast and characters

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Character Runaways Cloak & Dagger
Melissa Bowen Andrea Roth[179]
Tandy Bowen
Dagger
Olivia HoltG[180] Olivia Holt[181]
James Connors J. D. Evermore[179]
Frank Dean Kip Pardue[182]
Karolina Dean Virginia Gardner[183]
Leslie Dean Annie Wersching[182]
Francis Delgado Jaime Zevallos[184]
Molly Hernandez Allegra Acosta[183]
Adina Johnson Gloria Reuben[179]
Otis Johnson Miles Mussenden[185]
Tyrone Johnson
Cloak
Aubrey JosephG[180] Aubrey Joseph[181]
Jonah Julian McMahon[186][187]
Nico Minoru Lyrica Okano[183]
Robert Minoru James Yaegashi[182]
Tina Minoru Brittany Ishibashi[182]
Brigid O'Reilly Emma Lahana[184]
Chase Stein Gregg Sulkin[183]
Janet Stein Ever Carradine[182]
Victor Stein James Marsters[182]
Liam Walsh Carl Lundstedt[179]
Alex Wilder Rhenzy Feliz[183]
Catherine Wilder Angel Parker[182]
Geoffrey Wilder Ryan Sands[182]
Dale Yorkes Kevin Weisman[182]
Gert Yorkes Ariela Barer[183]
Stacey Yorkes Brigid Brannagh[182]
Xavin Clarissa Thibeaux[188]

Adventure into Fear

Further information: Helstrom cast and characters

Tom Austen and Sydney Lemmon headline Helstrom as Daimon and Ana Helstrom, respectively. Helstrom was intended to be the first series in the planned Adventure into Fear franchise,[189] which was intended to feature Gabriel Luna reprising his Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. role of Robbie Reyes / Ghost Rider in the canceled Ghost Rider series.[190]

See also

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