has come and gone, and with it over 17,500 30-minute television
per channel. These slots were filled with some
great shows, unfortunately, along with many not so great shows.
So grab your potato chips and a Coke as we look back on 2003 through
the small screen.
a DVD instead
1. Who Wants to be a Millionaire? (CBS)
2. The Sharon Osbourne Show (WB)
3. Elimidate/ 5th Wheel (WB)
4. Jackass (MTV)
5. I'm With Her (ABC)
First, I would like to make it clear that keeping a previously successful
show on the air for years after its prime is not ever going to be
good programming. Secondly, creating The Sharon Osbourne Show
from the popularity of the family show
are you kidding me?
And finally, all Elimidate-esque shows should be banned
from the airways forever. They are quite possibly the worst shows
Not even funny
1. Everybody Loves Raymond (CBS)
2. Frasier (NBC)
3. The Osbournes (MTV)
4. Reba (WB)
5. I'm with Her (ABC)
Okay, I know that a lot of people are going to disagree with me
on this, but Everybody Loves Raymond is just not funny.
It is stereotypical, predictable and, all in all, annoying. Fraiser
is still being made, but who knew? I had to go to NBCs Web
site to make sure. MTV is famous for its one-season hits, which
leaves me questioning, why is The Osbournes still being
Wheres my remote?
1. E.R. (NBC)
2. 7th Heaven (WB)
3. Angel (WB)
4. Charmed (WB)
5. Gilmore Girls (WB)
There is something wrong with the frog
the WB frog that is.
Four out of the five worst dramas are courtesy of this wannabe TCU
mascot. I would rather watch SuperFrog sort laundry than listen
to the incessant whining of WB soaps. I am sure I will get some
scoffs for picking on the WB here, but keep in mind that the WB
is capable of good shows, but they export all of them to NBC (WB
produces Friends, Will and Grace and many
others). As for E.R., NBC has driven that story line
into the ground. It should be classified as a daytime soap opera,
not a prime time must-see.