Archer has sucked so hard for like 4 years.
I love *It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia*, but the fans who feel the need to jam references to it into any conversation can get super annoying.
Sherlock has sucked hard since season 2.
The Marvel/Netflix shows are pretty poorly written to varying degrees and don't justify having 13 episode seasons.
The seventh season of Dexter with Ray Stevenson was actually pretty entertaining, [spoiler](#s "until they fucking killed him before the season ended.") Then the show went back to being shit.
Westworld has amazing actors, a cool aesthetic, and some interesting themes, but the show cares more about shocking the audience with HUGE SHOCKING TWISTS instead of telling an interesting story. In other words, the writers built a story around twists, not story.
Season two of *Stranger Things* is way too much a retread of season one. Will is in danger! Winona Ryder has to act super concerned and ruin her house with a crazy scheme! There's a vague supernatural danger that we will explain with DnD terms! That danger ends up being destroyed by Eleven! Also the "Eleven sees Mike at just the wrong time so that she thinks he's moved on with a new girl" is bullshit drama. Any conflict that falls apart if the characters say two sentences to each other is dumb storytelling 99 percent of the time.
Any show that changes all their characters from episode to episode to maximize the drama in the current situation with no thought to maintaining a consistent character is annoying. The shows I've seen do this recently are *Transparent* and *Shameless* but they are not the only offenders.
*Friday Night Lights* should be on more people's top 10 shows of all time list.
Jim from The Office is a fucking dickhead. Sneaky as fuck in stealing Pam from Roy (yeah, Roy was a prick, but they were still together), treated Pam like shit when when wanted to join Athleap (what a stupid name), treated Karen like shit, workplace bully to Dwight (but it's all okay because they're "best buds" by the end).
Firefly is only remembered because it was cancelled early; had it stayed on the air for another season it would have just gotten worse.
Skylar White gets way more hate than she should. Like holy shit, her husband is a fucking meth dealer but reddit found a way to make her the bad guy.
The ending of Battlestar Galactica was super good.
There are too many "great" TV shows nowadays, to the point where almost none of them will be remembered. Most of these big budget, highly cinematic, drama-heavy shows will be forgotten in a few years' time, and it'll be the frivolous comedies like BBT and HIMYM that people will remember the most in future decades.
Tried watching How I Met Your Mother the other day. How the fuck did that show run for as long as it did? It was TERRIBLE.
Why do people find "Legen-(some random bullshit)-dary" funny? That shit is fucking stupid.
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*Party Down* was a better American adaptation of *The Office* than *The Office* was
Binge watching is a terrible way to watch TV. Look at a weekly show (say GoT) and the amount if discussion you can have because everyone is at the same stage of watching. You miss this in binging, and also miss out on the details that a weekly show gives you time to think about.
So much negativity here, everyone talks about popular stuff that hate.
To break it, I want to say I fucking love Killjoys.
You probably never heard of it, because nobody watches it except me and maybe 5 other guys.
A show with worst editing, special effects, fight scenes and has budget of a grocery list.
But I really like characters, acting, the world building and its perfect subplot to mainplot ratio.