The Carrie Diaries - CW
The CW clearly realized their mistake of renewing this trash and kicked it to the kerb after the sophomore run concluded. Did anyone really think a show set in the 80's would be a hit with the target demographic of the channel? The writing was pretty bad. The only redeeming quality of this show is Annasophia Robb, and I'm happy that she can move on to other projects.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Fox
This show started off very strong. The storyline they set up was good for the most part, but as we approached the second half of the season it all fell apart. Storylines just were not meshing well and then it got even worse in the sophomore run.
About A Boy - NBC
About A Boy was an excellent movie, so the odds were always going to be stacked up against a TV adaptation. Even Minnie Driver couldn't save this mess. It was laugh-challenged and the jokes had been done to death in other so-called comedies.
Resurrection - ABC
Ever wanted to watch paint dry? You could do it every Sunday on ABC! Not much happened in Resurrection and when it did, it was plain boring. Viewers returned for Season 2, but it lost over half of them by the finale.
The Fosters - ABC Family
Remember when The Fosters debuted it was one of the best shows on TV? Well, the show imploded in the back half of the season and it ruined the majority of the characters forever. It's amazing how quickly you can go from loving characters, to hating them.