1) The Marriage Ref
There is no shortage of bad shows on television. There are many shows that are not renewed for next season and are replaced by new shows. Here is a list of top 10 worst TV shows that failed to impress audience.Jerry Seinfeld's reality show consists of celebrities watching clips of marital problems of American couples and then deciding a winner.
Some critics have called the show 'painfully bad'. The second season of the show was scheduled to start in March but has now been postponed to June.
The reality show followed 12 women who were competing for their dream wedding and plastic surgery procedures. Each women had to compete to win the surgery of her choice. The show is one of the worst reality TV shows.
3) Persons Unknown
The show was supposed to be a replacement for Lost but the inaccessible town, dull mysteries and storyline did not appeal to the fans. The NBC show ended in 2010 leaving many unanswered questions.
The show tries to be funny but fails to do so with some content appearing as offensive. The cross culture humor did not work in this case.
5) Life Unexpected
The show received low ratings in first season and again in the second season, the ratings dropped. It is the only CW series limited to 13 episodes and after its bad reception, the series was canceled.
6) $#*! My Dad Says (CBS)
The show has been inspired by a Twitter feed and follows a dad who says things that embarrass his son. The show received poor reception and was replaced in mid-season.
Gravity is a dramatic drama co-created by Eric Schaeffer and Jill Franklyn. Starz had high hopes with this TV series but the plot of the show was boring. After just 10 episodes, Gravity was canceled.
NBC court room drama series featured Jimmy Smits as a Supreme Court justice who resigns and starts his own law firm. The show could not attract good ratings and was canceled after four episodes were aired.
9) Plain Jane
It is a reality show giving makeovers to woman every week. The show premiered in July, 2010 and has attracted very few viewers.
The show is based on New Zealand’s Outrageous Fortune series and aired on ABC network. The show didn't do very well and based on the ratings the series was canceled after eight episodes.