Another remake series that just pales in comparison to the original. Back in the 90s, people were in love with Alyssa Milano, Holly Marie Combs, and Shannen Doherty for their portrayals as the Charmed Ones. The show ran for eight seasons and 178 episodes, a developed a huge following throughout its run.
We do have to take our hats off to The CW for trying to recreate the magic with a reboot that was even more feminist in nature and cast people of color as the main witches. But the fact of the matter is that the show just wasn’t as magical. It’s a miracle that the show ended up running for as long as it did (four seasons).
Most casual TV viewers will remember when Charlie Sheen went through his highly-publicized meltdown, being fired from "Two and a Half Men" and ultimately dooming the show. One many might not realize is that FX gave the "winning" man another chance by making him the lead of a sitcom called "Anger Management."
With Selma Blair as his co-star, it seemed like a surefire path to redemption for Sheen. Also, it had the highest-watched sitcom premiere in the history of cable. But the fact of the matter was that the show just wasn't that funny. Not to mention the fact that the first season had 10 episodes and then the second season had 90 before ultimately coming to an abrupt end.
Just to make one thing clear - we are not talking about the original "Ironside" series from the 60s/70s. That show was a straight-up classic and has no place on this list. However, it's remake, which came out in 2013, didn't even last one season - and for many good reasons. Heck, five of the nine episodes that were produced didn't even air because it was hated so much.
Blair Underwood did his best playing the titular wheelchair-using detective. But many didn't like the fact that he was the only character recreated from the original series. Not the mention the fact that they changed the setting from San Francisco to New York City. A hot mess all around.
We think that it is safe to say the Batwoman is a character that has never got the treatment on the big or small screen that she deserved. And the trend continued in 2019, when Australian actress Ruby Rose was cast as the titular superhero. Ultimately though, he portrayal of the character was met with extremely negative reception.
As a result, Rose was written out of the show and for the following two seasons, Javicia Leslie played another iteration of Batwoman in the same show. When your show can't even hold down its main character, you know that is a huge problem.
Keeping Up With the Kardashians
Just because it's one of the most popular shows in the world doesn't make it one of the best. On the contrary, it is certainly one of the worst. Why? For the same reasons that most reality TV is just a waste of time. We see one of the most famous families on the planet desperately trying to come up with storylines that are artificial representations of their already plastic lives.
Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Kendal, Kylie, Kris, Scott, and the rest are certainly a bunch of characters. And the drama is impossible to look away from. But how long can you keep doing the same stuff over and over again before people just get bored and stop watching? These people are so rich, and yet somehow find things to be upset about. Enough.