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I agree with both of these, though I really did enjoy Season Two of TWD. Season Three was so bad that I just lose all interest, I'm not even watching Season Four now because I know it's going to be the same exact thing as last year, and based off of reviews and plots and whatnot, it appears to be I was right. I know they've tried to spin it into a drama where humans are the biggest enemy in a world filled with zombies, and that's fine, but it just seems like a soap opera anymore, a show that can't make up it's mind. You can't have two seasons straight where zombies are a huge issue, killing off members of your group, and now they just kill them no problem and zombies are put on the backburner, focusing on drama, secrets, and twists among members. Pick what you're going for and stick with it.
As for 'Dexter,' it was such a great show for the first four seasons, and as soon as the showrunner left at the end of the Season Four finale, it was all downhill. After the excellent S4, I knew the fifth season wouldn't be anywhere near as good, but holy hell, was it bad. I saw a few episodes of S6, hated it, and just stopped there. After reading up on the finale, I knew that was a good idea with how terrible it sounded.
Series 3 I thought was alright, I liked David Morrisey. Series 2 I thought was awful. So f***ing boring. Series 1 was good.
Friends usually fails to get my full attention, the women are way to neurotic and the men caricatures.
Star Trek Next generation & Star Trek Voyager were both shows in the ST universe I gladly avoid.
All those vampire shows with gorgeous people made for a more female orientated audience generally do not get my time.
Both series ran for a long time, compared with other tv series, so there was a viewers market for it. And as for trekkies I do not rate them very high, I think that there were far more people watching it because of the ST label and because it was scifi on the telly. Something we not always had enough of on the telly.
true when it comes to Voyager 7of9 's person might have added to its longer stay on the TV.
Friends is still seen by some as a key to succesfull sitcom, for me the show is just not that impressive, more annoying. Not dung but more MEHHHH.
True but for many people I know it is the best sitcom they know, and I have seen better.
I prefer Steven Moffats version better (of Sherlock & DW)
Well, I suppose that it says that the show was of a good enough quality and thereby was successful enough that it was replicated for many other American "comedy" shows.
That series is ultimate cringe to me. I remember catching it on TV a couple of times in college and the laugh tracks atop some awful dialogue and situations were too much for me.
I actually checked it out immediately after I made my comment and it's even worse. Hell, most sitcoms with laugh tracks do nothing for me, but you take those away and it just seems like an awkwardly timed serial killer comedy (especially this series). Awful.
I don't know if you felt the same way, but I watched a few episodes without knowing much about the show, and I couldn't believe that I was supposed to accept them as friends. They are more like a group of people that have come together because they have no one else, but at the same time, they dislike each other too much to just go their own way. They would rather stick together, and act shitty to one another.
Yes, I didn't know much about it but in between the canned laughter and the constant digs, I'm not sure what the series was offering up. Nerd humor is the whole schtick, I suppose? I just couldn't see the appeal at all.
Have you seen Twin Peaks The Return it's brilliant, more than makes up for the majority of season 2.
Going back to my comment, I would say Two and a Half Men is the most overrated TV show of all time. Nobody changed, it treated women like mean, stupid objects, it set TV up for reality shows, and people wasted time and money on watching Charlie Sheen play himself. The number one rated comedy until The Big Bang Theory? Really, world? (Particularly America)! How many controversies can a show realistically survive? Evidently, no one enjoyed working on it. They always act so negative. People wanted to be Charlie, but they end up like Alan wasting their time on Chuck Lorre shows, with 2.5 men being the biggest example.
It's sweet perfection to me but I get it's not for everyone. Tried to get my girlfriend into it but she started to lose interest in the second season. Definitely not for her.