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Best and Worst Reviewed Television Series by Network

by | May 19, 2016 | Comments

From the highly acclaimed to the aw-that’s-a-shame, these are the best and worst reviewed television series by network. Unsurprisingly, networks with just a few shows, like BBC America and TBS, fared much better overall than those with more. Even with 10 shows on the docket, though, HBO still managed to stay entirely Fresh; its lowest-rated series is Animals at 60 percent. See below for the full breakdown.

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Series included are currently on the air and have not aired their final episode as of May 18th, 2016.

  • ilovedflash

    Most of the highest-rated shows came out this year or last year… Does that mean we are in a golden age of TV?

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