The 2010s were, undoubtedly, the decade of superheroes. If you're at the point of superhero fatigue but still enjoy some aspects of the genre, Legends of Tomorrow is exactly what you're looking for. After its first season, based on a time-traveling/reincarnation romance storyline, faltered, the show underwent a total overhaul and became a wild, wacky ride that pokes fun at superhero tropes and gets more delightfully weird every year.
The show has also mastered something few series manage to do: a rotating cast that still gets viewers invested. Over the years, the time-traveling crew of misfits, led by butt-kicking bisexual superheroine Sara Lance, has added and lost several members, but instead of making the story feel transient, it keeps things fresh and funny. Whether they're running away from a demonic unicorn at Woodstock or accidentally getting themselves included in the legends of Camelot, the Legends are always saving the world, one irreverent adventure at a time.