The following is a list of television series considered the worst by published professional critics, network executives, and/or through viewer rejection (extreme low viewership despite high promotion).
Because situation comedy shows make up a disproportionately large number of shows judged in this manner, they are listed in a separate list of sitcoms considered the worst.
Worried that my leg would seize up over the next two and a half hours, I had to keep surreptitiously doing some stretches I remembered from a Tracey Anderson exercise DVD to check it was still working.
It was all very romantic (that, and the fact that we were watching a film about a horse dying on the battlefield of World War One). Boys may come and go, but the Green Cross Code is forever.
The show is infamous for its shoddy pencil-sketch artwork, reused animation, rambling voiceovers, muffled soundtrack, and general low-budget problems.
Chris Swanson of What Culture gave the pilot episode a rating of 0.5 out of 5, saying "There is nothing charming, witty or interesting about this show.
Factors that can reflect poorly on a television series include inherently poor quality, the lack of a budget, rapid cancellation, very low viewership, offensive content, and/or negative impact on other series on the same channel.
When a car hits you, your life really does flash before your eyes, and I remember having vague thoughts along the lines of ‘Is this what dying feels like? Luckily, I got up and – aside from some minor-to-moderate pain in my leg – seemed mostly in working order, though slightly shaken up. Iceland did his public service by checking I wasn’t entirely dead, then drove off once I had moved from the road.
Why the hell did I get up and walk instead of, say, going to the nearest A&E department, or just going home and sitting with an ice pack on my by now entirely bruised leg? After hobbling my way to the cinema, I ended up having to pay for both tickets, as my date – despite being much, much posher than me - had apparently drained his entire bank account that week.
In an effort to not be one of those people who's like, "Omg, you're single?
Aren't you just having the BEST time dating, aka doing something that can be exhausting, awkward, and sometimes soul-crushing?!?