There are so many TV shows to watch: Westworld is coming back, Game of Thrones is coming to the end, Atlanta is still great, The Walking Dead remains engaging, Silicon Valley survived the departure of T.J. Miller. On the other hand, there are many TV series critics say that you should skip. The following TV shows are our picks for the worst of 2018.
Enough time has passed since the early 2000s dating reality shows which coerced people into settling relationships and getting married quickly. Like some other kind of game show from a horrible, alternate universe, The Proposal’s producers feel like to have taken an entire cycle of The Bachelor, in which each guy picks up a suitable mate from a horde of blonde drug company reps. And no contestants or viewers at home get to meet or see this so-called eligible bachelorette (or bachelor) because the contestants are competing for the heart of an individual whose identity is hidden up to near the show’s end when someone proposes marriage and someone accepts.
American Woman is a single-camera sitcom about a reality star. It was set in the 1970s, based on the childhood of Kyle Richards, the star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. She later came back in the TV shows Little House on the Prairie and in horror movies Halloween.
This show stars with ’90s icon Alicia Silverstone as Bonnie Nolan, a single mother who struggles to raise two daughters against the second-wave feminism’s backdrop.
Take Two is the kind of shows for summer television – shows which are breezy and light, entertaining on a summer night, but not engaging enough to make you miss when quietly disappearing by the time the fall season takes over.
Take Two tells the story of a veteran L.A. cop teaming up with an actress to research a role in a police thriller. If that sounds something similar to Castle, a previous ABC drama about a cop who teamed up to solve crimes with a mystery novelist, it’s because both two shows are created by Andrew W. Marlowe.