Electrolytic codeposition is a promising alternative process for fabricating MCrAlY coatings. The coating process involves two steps, i.e., codeposition of CrAlY-based particles and a metal matrix of Ni, Co, or (Ni,Co), followed by a diffusion heat treatment to convert the composite coating to the desired MCrAlY microstructure. Despite the advantages such as low cost and non-line-of-sight, this coating process is less known compared to electron beam-physical vapor deposition and thermal spray processes for manufacturing high-temperature coatings. This presentation provides an overview of the electrodeposited MCrAlY coatings for gas turbine applications, highlighting the unique features of this coating process and some important findings in the past 30 years. Recent research efforts at Tennessee Tech University on the development of electrodeposited NiCoCrAlY coatings and modified NiCoCrAlY coatings with elements of Pt, Ta, Si, and/or Hf are also presented.