Guillermo del Toro next to the Cabinet of Curiosities
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Ranking The 15 Best Anthology Series In TV History
15. What If...?
Marvel's "What If…?" series explores alternate timelines from the main MCU and gives viewers more stories with many of their favorite characters.
The series has been praised for its art style, sense of fun and versatility, and its voice cast, which includes Chadwick Boseman's final performance as T'Challa.
14. Cabinet
"Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities" is a gorgeous horror anthology. Del Toro is not only the creator and executive producer but also the host.
Del Toro highlights the work of filmmakers like David Prior and Ana Lily Amirpour. Some stand-out episodes include "The Autopsy" and "The Outside."
13. Easy
Joe Swanberg's three-season Netflix comedic drama is often overlooked; however, the show is full of low-key charm and a star-studded cast.
"Easy" isn't quite a true anthology, as it has a few characters with recurring stories in each season and several one-off arcs.
12. Star Wars: Visions
While the Disney+ era of "Star Wars" has been a mixed bag for many fans, "Star Wars: Visions" honors the franchise's universe and the world of animation.
"Visions" also departs from the franchise's better-known heroes and introduces new characters, helping the creators put their own spin on "Star Wars."
11. Are You Afraid?
Nickelodeon premiered "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" in 1990, introducing a new generation of young people to the horror genre.
The long-running series featured an impressive list of guest stars, such as Melissa Joan Hart, Ryan Gosling, and Neve Campbell.