23 TV Shows That People Hated So Much They Couldn’t Make it To The End

Have you ever started a tv show and had to stop mid-season because it was so bad? Someone recently asked, “What show did you start and wound up hating so much you didn’t finish it?” Here are the top answers.

The Blacklist

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“Season One established a cool story and a great anti-hero. The remainder of the series is about the insufferable protagonist ruining his plans and how an entire FBI agency bends over backward to support her, no matter how often or how hard she betrays them.”

“Yeah, not worth the watch. I used it for background noise.”

Designated Survivor

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“Netflix took over, and suddenly half of the best (and most important) characters were gone – not written out as transferred somewhere new, not killed off, just never mentioned again like they never existed.”

“First season was incredible, then the second season was fine, after that, it was awful.”

Under the Dome

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“Yep. I really like the book, and the show started off pretty solid, as I remember, but then it slowly got to where it was like, ‘Okay, what’s the dumbest thing we can think up?’”

“To this day, I still don’t understand how badly they fumbled the bag on this one. The story is so simple, so straightforward, so embraceable.”

Riverdale

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“​​Same here… It became absurd season by season. I think the first season was the only good thing that happened.”

“I made it four seasons, but season four was almost impossible to finish.”

The Flash

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“I got behind and bored, so same thing. Just stopped caring to watch.”

“According to my Grandmother, ‘Superhero shows are hard to follow because there are too many. The Arrowverse is hard to follow because there are too many that suck.’”

Sister Wives

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“I only watched it because my wife liked the show, but it got so bad I couldn’t be in the same room with her when she was watching it.”

“That show is so annoying. All they do is engage in the most pointless, stupid, forced dramatics for no reason while never doing any of the things they’re supposedly arguing over.”

Arrow

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“For five years, I was stranded on an island… No, wait, I was stranded on an island and in Hong Kong, and then back to the island before I actually was in New York, but then I was rescued on the island again! It became an absolute mess.”

“Also, how many times can we possibly kill off Sara? Oh, wait, she’s not dead.”

Glee

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“The funny thing about this show is it originally started as a satire of the very thing it became.”

“For me, it felt like it became a show about shoehorning current hits into the show. The first season felt so much more natural in the way the music played into the show. Later, it was like, ‘This song is really popular, so let’s contrive a storyline tangentially related to it so we can make a bunch of money off our remix!’”

The 100

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“The finale of The 100 is close to the least sane thing I’ve ever seen. You’re better off not having watched it and just imagining an end yourself.”

“I just can’t bring myself to watch the last few episodes because it just got so bad.”

The Walking Dead

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“Personally, I didn’t end up hating it; I just became unbelievably bored with it.”

“I said early on, ‘If Glen ever dies, I will not watch this show again.’ I stayed true to my word.”

Heroes

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“This one still burns for me because series one was a near-perfect setup for the show going forward.”

“Their first mistake was not standing by the original concept of a new season, new cast, new plot.”

Dexter

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“Any time people ask if I’d recommend the show, I tell them ‘yes, but you can stop watching after the trinity killer.’”

“I watched a ton of dexter, but a certain season made me hate it.”

13 Reasons Why

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“0 reasons why you would watch more.”

“I binged the first season and wasn’t even interested in the next season. Honestly, the show should have been a limited series and ended after one season.”

How to Get Away with Murder

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“I loved the first season, tolerated the second, and powered through the third. When I sat down to start the fourth, I realized I hated every single character and wanted them all to die, so I turned it off.”

“The show definitely became more and more annoying. The storylines were just too out there.”

Peaky Blinders

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“Did someone say… very repetitive?!”

“I was excited about this show. And I kept trying to like it. It got too confusing and unbelievable so fast that I had to give up.”

Sabrina the Teenage Witch

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“It always perplexed me how clueless Sabrina continued to be about all of the witchy customs and lore.”

“It drove me crazy that for all of their talk of being this powerful witch family, they barely ever even used their powers and relied on side characters and Scooby Doo tactics to fight the big bad guys.”

Grey’s Anatomy

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“Bro, I can’t imagine watching 18 seasons of any show ever.”

“I genuinely can’t grasp how anyone could stick with this show after it became a caricature and also ruined Alex’s entire character.”

Orange is the New Black

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“Yeah, one of those shows where if you take out the main character, it’d be 100x better.”

“Moving the prison was a dumb idea and killed the vibe of the show. Everything post-riot didn’t land for me.”

American Horror Story

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“Coven was one of the worst things I’ve ever seen.”

“I was never the biggest fan of horror, but I really liked the first two seasons. And then Coven reminded me why I don’t normally watch it and stopped there too.”

Man in the High Castle

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“I remember asking a friend that had already watched if the non-Nazi characters ever get better about making the least rational decisions. He said no, so I wrapped up whatever episode I was on and never came back to it.”

“It’s a frustrating show.”

Westworld

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“Based on years of friend recommendations, I’m really looking forward to watching season one and then pretending it ends there.”

“That’s the same thing that doomed Game of Thrones. They get so hung up on unexpected plot twists that they forget to check if the twists make sense whatsoever.”

The Good Doctor

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“Sorry, just too many cheesy flashbacks.”

“It’s the show House with zero charm.”

Shameless

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“Just an over-the-top soap opera towards the later seasons. I still haven’t finished the last six episodes and probably never will.”

“Sucks because it started out so strong. I think I got to season 4/5 and bailed.”

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