Not every show in 2011 was a winner. Weigh in now with what you think was the worst...
2 broke girls is definitely brutal...lousy acting, poor writing...CBS loses my attention on this one..turn the channel time.
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I guess animated shows must not count in this poll. Without any doubt whatsoever, "Allen Gregory" was the worst show, not only of 2011 but, so far, the entire third millenium.
I agree with the above comments; love Dexter and the show always surprises me and the finale left me wanting more.
90210 is terrible. The storylines are fine, not great or award-worthy...BUT the actings are terrible. Matt Lanter as Liam is the worst male actor on the show. Sure he has the most gorgeous eyes, but his facial expressions are so blant. He has the same expression for each scene. I use to love his character but he has already hit rock bottom for me. Annie is too overbearing. She has the worst timing in everything. Navid pouts way too much. Naomi is nothing special. Teddy looks way too old for his character and he too cannot prevail the expressions.
I highly disagree, I loved Dexter, can't wait til next season. And besides, Deb is not his real sister, step sister, so there is nothing wrong with her feelings for Dexter, again, its our favorite show on tv.
So dexter was NOT the worst. I loved it! Thats what they do in that show... they build up during the season and then knock you down at the end. if you dont like it, you dont like dexter. And comparing dexter to "the bachelor or 'hillbilly handfishin' .. and loose out?!?!?! I think I may UNLIKE this site... ridiculous.
Totally disagree Dexter was the worst show! It was certainly not the best season, but the ending absolutely saved it! I have only been watching since season three, and the ending made me go back and watch Season One, and even in just the first episode, you can see the tie-ins to Season Six! Beleive me there are alot worse shows you could have named!
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