An issue I have with the Marvel tv series (Agents of SHIELD, everything on Netflix) is that the A-Team properties get movies, while the B-Team properties get tv series.
Iron Man and Captain America and Guardians of the Galaxy each get three two hour movies over a five or six year span, while Agents of SHIELD gets five seasons and some one hundred hours of material over the same span.
So if you’re looking at the MCU as this big universe including the films and the tv series, the marginal B-Team material overwhelms the A-Team material. Just as of right now, we’re looking at about forty hours of movies and 200+ hours of television programming, and as the years go by, that gap will only increase as you get six to eight hours of film per year and dozens hours of tv content.
Looking at the ratios, I can’t really blame the film division for not acknowledging the tv division.