Ray Donovan.No, I haven't seen a single episode as it premiers Sunday (and I never intend to watch a single episode ), but I have seen so many TV ads and online web ads for it that I already loathe it.
Once Upon a Time. I was soooo looking forward to it, hated the first few episodes, but I attributed it to a "slow start"...I quit watching it after the first season. DH loves it, but I will leave the room when he watches it-I hate it and EVERY character on it and the scripts that much.
Thought True Blood was OK season 1 and 2, dislike of the show grew season 3 & 4, haven't seen one episode since Mary Anne died, and couldn't care less about that ridiculous , silly, yet somehow preachy mess of a show.
I liked Grimm for awhile-the complete story TV episodes, the Monroe/Nick camaraderie and chemistry....But in season two, the script writers threw away everything about that show I liked and ramped up everything I disliked : Monroe is barely seen, the atrocious Juliet character is being rammed down the poor viewer's throat when she should have been written out, multi episode "story arcs" that meander and drag on and on and on ...Season three starts in October I guess, and I couldn't care less. :-(
Justified. Heard great things about it , watched it -but the actor who plays Raylan Givens or whatever his name is seems to think smirking & grinning=acting. Very grating.
Eastbound and Down is being brought back AGAIN. :-( They promised us the most recent season was the last, but no, here comes Kenny Powers AGAIN. His show was funny and witty for the first few episodes of the first season, but it's a one-joke show that dragged itself out way past its expiration date.
Enjoyed season 1 of Game of Thrones, bought the first 4 books, read them-HATED the books so much I didn't bother with any other seasons .
The Borgias has been cancelled-there won't be a season 4, which would have wrapped up the story with the multi state conquests of Cesare Borgia, the death of Alexander, the ascension of della Rovere...I am really, really getting tired of "Premium" channel suits cancelling shows before they reach their natural stopping points, and I am seriously considering not watching ANY HBO/Starz/Showtime/AMC shows until they are completely wrapped up and DONE. What's the point of watching them, when one after another is prematurely axed? Rome, Carnivale, Deadwood, now Borgias-ENOUGH!