TV Shows With The Most Scathing Reviews Imaginable

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The Secret Life of Desmond Pfeiffer

This show is completely problematic. You’d think maybe something like slavery shouldn’t be the butt of every joke, yet here we (were). Desmond plays the role of sophisticated Englishman deported to America and works as Abraham Lincoln’s butler. There are just too many foot-in-mouth instances for this to be tolerable, and it was canceled.

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The Flying Nun

Sally Field was no fan of this project, but viewers (for whatever reason) ate it up. The show was literally just about a nun that could fly. She had a habit with wings on the side, and if a gust of wind was large enough, girl was gone.

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