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15 TV Shows That Started Out Promising, but Turned Out to Be Garbage

Have you ever started watching a TV show that seemed like it had all the ingredients for success, only to find yourself disappointed as the seasons went on? 

When “Heroes” first premiered, it was hailed as a groundbreaking superhero series, with an intriguing premise and a diverse cast of characters. However, as the show progressed, it began to suffer from inconsistent writing, convoluted plotlines, and a lack of direction.

Heroes (2006-2010)

“Dexter” initially captivated audiences with its unique premise of a forensic blood spatter analyst who leads a double life as a vigilante serial killer. The first few seasons were praised for their suspenseful storytelling and complex characters.

Dexter (2006-2013)

When “The Walking Dead” premiered, it was hailed as a fresh take on the zombie genre, with its focus on character development and moral dilemmas in a post-apocalyptic world.

The Walking Dead (2010-Present)

“Glee” was a cultural phenomenon when it first premiered, with its blend of musical performances and heartfelt storytelling resonating with audiences around the world. However, as the series progressed, it became increasingly disjointed and melodramatic, with many viewers feeling that the show had lost its way.

Glee (2009-2015)

“True Blood” was initially praised for its bold storytelling, complex characters, and unique take on the vampire genre. However, as the series progressed, it became increasingly convoluted and soap opera-like, with many viewers and critics feeling that the show had lost sight of what made it special.

True Blood (2008-2014)

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