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.


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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