Hidden Remote’s Worst TV of 2013

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We can thank the diversification of the TV landscape for many things. Without it some of our favorite shows might not have made it on air.  Sadly just like with the Force or super powers, there are two sides to this evolution. The number of networks churning out sub par TV grows exponentially each year. 2013 was a particularly interesting year full of hackneyed reality shows and unimaginative originals. No channel is immune from dumping garbage onto the airwaves. Even Netflix stumbled with their horror show “Hemlock Grove”.

With that in mind here are Hidden Remote’s Ten Worst Shows of 2013.

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  • Afi Keita James

    I Was gonna put keeping with the kardashians on my list of the worst tv of 2013, but it just wasn’t good enough.

  • Afi Keita James

    Now here is my list of the very worst of tube of 2013.
    10. Buckwild
    9. The Michael J. Fox
    8. Zero Hour
    7. The Goldbergs
    6. Ghost Shark
    5. Ironside
    4. Bonnie and Clyde
    3. Dads
    2. Two Broke Girls
    and my pick for the worst tv show of 2013 and perhaps this decade, Ben.
    1. Amish Mafia.

    • Robert Levy

      Zero Hour could have been incredible television. All the right ingredients were there…Somehow they just didn’t mix them all together the right way…Shame…

      • Afi Keita James

        Yeah it’s shame to see anthony edwards waste his talent in this mess.

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  • ladyj

    Did you even watch Do No Harm? I’m not saying it was a good show, but your synopsis is totally wrong. Of course he knew he was changing. He’d been drugging himself for 5 years to keep the alternate personality unconscious at night. He developed a tolerance for the knockout drug which is why the alternate personality started appearing again. He’d been aware of “Ian” since he’d been child.

  • Ace Duncan

    Hard to choose between the Kardashians and Honey Boo Boo…oh, wait, I have never watched a second of either one!!! I must abstain!

  • Will

    Low Winter Sun was the most hackneyed, overacted melodrama ive ever seen in my life.

  • WheelchairNinja

    I thought Ironside was really good, though I might be biased…

  • amorelle hill

    Lucky Seven WAS a good show – all two episodes that we got to see.

  • Aujhati

    I liked Do No Harm. Thought that it was pretty good to be honest.

  • Brandon Quinlog

    if there are people that actually like the kardashians and honey boo, just go die. theres something seriously wrong with you

  • Ellen Ballinger

    The remake of Ironside missed the point IMO. The original was only partly a cop show (and didn’t have as much competition in that area at the time). Mostly it was about the ‘family’ the characters created, and the way they all worked together. The new version was just another cop show with the main character in a wheelchair.

  • greg

    i really liked do no harm as well