Top 5 Terrible TV Shows


5. Shameless

This programmes was first aired in the UK in 2004. It was a show about a dysfunctional family. The show was about the grim reality of living on a council estate in England. The show was filled with graphic content. Show drugs, sex and violence, this show is not for me. It made me feel ill watching it. Towards the beginning of the series, it had some humorous moments, but it gradually descended into filth.

4. Charmed

Charmed was a programme set in San Francisco about a sisterhood of Witches who battled demonic forces. It actually wasn’t all that bad, but it was targeted to women and children, who then believed that witchcraft was real and that they could gain powers. The show was overly cheesy and cliched which featured B-List actors.

3. DR Who


DR Who has pulled in quite a cult following over the years, but for me, the reason it is on this list is because of the ludicrous idea of time travel that they have. Well, that and the predictability of every episode. Half of the stuff on the show makes zero sense and just when you think the Doctor can’t win he pulls off something incredibly easy to save the day. It’s also another show that is cliched and cheesy.


In the 1960’s we had Adam West as Batman. It was a terrible show by any standards. It seemed he always had a gadget in his belt that would save him. I saw one episode of a surfing competition where a shark came along, he just so happened to be carrying a shark repellent spray that day. PHEW! The special effects were also just as bad as the story and acting.

1. The Big Bang Theory

In at Number 1, The Big Bang Theory. Now this show wasn’t always terrible, but in later years it has become more like watching a car crash. Firstly, I find the characters to be getting whinier and more predictable. Each episode now lasts only 18 minutes with a whopping 10 minutes of advertisements. The jokes aren’t as good as they used to be. I used to LOL, now I just chuckle every now and again. And again, they get no A-List actors or celebrities on the show. The acting is also over the top and with the audiences overreaction to the jokes and emotional scenes, this is the worst show I have watched to date.

About the author: Ashley Ellison
Lord Avatar II was born Ashley Ellison in Manchester, England. He became known as Lord Avatar II in 2009 when he became the leader of a growing religious movement in the North West of England. He started out as a writer and quickly moved into other areas of creativity, most notably his music which quickly generated mass following in 2014. In 2017 he made numerous appearances on radio shows and did a few interviews for magazines about his music. Most recently he started producing film and TV, but he is yet to start his professional acting career.

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