Some plot twists can be fantastic on TV. They can leave you talking about the twist for days on end.
Then there's the ones that leave us wondering why we even give the show the time of day.
We've compiled a list of the nine worst twists this spring.
Agree or disagree? Drop your thoughts in the comments!!
Supernatural - Connection to The Darkness
Dean and the Darkness are connected. The story that really went nowhere and served no purpose whatsoever.
Nashville - Lyla's Vendetta Against Juliette
Layla returning from her own time away with a vendetta against Juliette. It was earned, after all she was partially responsible for Jeff's death, but her manipulation of Avery to steal Juliette's man was just so poorly written and thought out, it was very messy and made Layla look weaker than she had when she'd left.
Castle - A Double Shooting
It took all of Castle Season 8 to finally get to any type of explanation about LokSat. That the head of the Greater Detective Society was also the head of this monstrous conspiracy was just silliness. Then Castle doubled down on the preposterously dark story twist by having Caleb Brown magically appear in the Castle loft and shoot both Rick and Kate because he claimed they’d never let it go…despite the fact that they were convinced he was dead. It wasn’t a shocking twist as much as a groan worthy moment that made this lame series finale even more disappointing.
Arrow - Temporary Paralysis
Felicity getting shot and temporarily paralyzed. Was that really necessary? Did it really do anything for the bigger picture, other than make fans aggrevated?
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend - Self-Loathing Alcoholic
Greg is a self-loathing alcoholic who ruins everything. We wanted so many good things for Greg (and for his relationship with Rebecca), so we were so disappointed when he chose not to break his own patterns and throw everything away.
Grey's Anatomy - A Hidden Marriage
It was so obvious as soon as Jo said no to Alex's proposal that she was already married. Honestly, who didn't see that coming?