Top 7 of '07: Worst Shows
Top 7 of '07: Worst Shows
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Check out all our lists for BuddyTV's Top 7 of '07 to relive the best and the worst of the year in television.


Coming up with a list of the worst show's of the year isn't as easy as you might think. For one, we generally don't enjoy watching bad TV, so it's harder to ensure our list is completely accurate. In addition, we don't particularly care for a lot of trashy reality TV, but to be fair, we limited ourselves to just three reality entries on our list.

The criterion for all our lists is highly subjective, but judging inferiority is even more so. Yes, shows like Two and a Half Men are painful to watch, but are they necessarily the worst? And some shows may have good or even great moments, but they can still be a massive letdown, which leaves an even more sour taste in our mouths.
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There were quite a few shows we discussed which did not make the final list. There were plenty of truly awful new comedies like Carpoolers, Cavemen, and Back to You that nearly made it, and a handful of dramas like the poorly executed noir of Moonlight or the train wreck of Bionic Woman. After the end of The Sopranos, we were critical of HBO's latest dramatic offerings, the incomprehensible John from Cincinnati and the sexually graphic Tell Me You Love Me. We also thought about the useless and largely forgotten National Bingo Night, or even the ever popular Heroes, simply for an incredibly disappointing second season.

While those were close, none were as universally loathed by our staff as the seven shows that actually did make the list. So we present to you our list of the seven worst shows of 2007.


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