13 TV Characters Who Are a Waste of Air

Some characters make watching TV shows worthwhile. 

Others… not so much. Some make you wonder why you’re even watching said TV show. Know what we mean?

Below, we’ve listed characters who are a waste of air. It’s sad, but true. They suck. And this is why:

1. Rick Grimes – The Walking Dead

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Look, we really loved Rick during the earlier seasons of The Walking Dead. He took the leadership role very seriously, but somewhere along the way, he started to make mistakes. He didn’t take ownership of them and continued to be in power. He may be gone from the main series, but fans still have to endure this character sulking his way through a trilogy of movies.

2. Jon Snow – Game of Thrones

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At one point, people cared about Jon Snow, but by the time the final season arrived, he might as well have been a guest star. He did very little for five episodes, before plucking up the courage to murder his aunt/lover. His reward? Going beyond the wall … after the Night King’s army had been obliterated.

3. Owen Hunt – Grey’s Anatomy

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Remember when April and Arizona were written out of Grey’s Anatomy because the creative forces behind the show were struggling to serve all of the characters?

Well, Owen should have been the one to go before either of those two. His storyline has been tedious for several seasons. He sucks the air out of every scene he’s in. It’s time for him to go.

4. Alaric Saltzman – Legacies

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Alaric has appeared on The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, and more recently, Legacies. The character continues to make the same mistakes he has since the character first appeared on screens in 2009. More recently, his ridiculous decision to not teach his students defensive magic almost resulted in a lot of them dying.

5. Laurel Castillo – How to Get Away with Murder

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It’s Laurel’s world and everyone is just living in it … at least, according to her. Every single plot twist over the last few seasons have most revolved around Laurel and her crazy family and it needs to stop.

6. Octavia Blake – The 100

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At one point, Octavia was the best part of The 100, but her descent into madness during the show’s fifth season solidified her as a villain, and completely irredeemable.

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15 TV Shows About to End… Forever

Love it or hate it, TV shows have to end. 

Some shows go on longer than they should have (Supernatural), and others conclude while they’re in their prime. 

Below, we’ve rundown some shows that will be wrapping up for good during the 2019-20 season. It’s tragic, but it’s true.

Which will you miss the most?

1. Empire

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This soapy drama will conclude with its sixth season on Fox.

2. Modern Family

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This once-funny show will end for good in 2020 with its eleventh season.

3. Criminal Minds

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Fans were stunned when CBS renewed the show with low ratings, but it will go out with a 10-episode 15th season.

4. Madam Secretary

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Truncated final seasons are becoming the norm at CBS. Madam Secretary will end with a short final season.

5. Blindspot

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A show that started with a woman losing her memory will become just a distant memory in the near future. NBC has renewed Blindspot for a fifth and final season.

6. Supernatural

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Supernatural was originally supposed to end after its fifth season, but by the time the show concludes, it will have gone on for a decade longer than that. Season 15 is the final season.

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13 Series Finales That Sucked Big Time

Investing time in a TV show is no small task. 

As such, it’s not too much to ask for a conclusion that feels not only warranted but bittersweet. 

Sadly, that thought was lost on the creative forces behind these shows because the final episodes sucked. Hard. 

Have a look below to find out just what we’re talking about here. 

1. Game of Thrones

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Daenerys went all Mad Queen, so her lover/nephew took it upon himself to end her reign. As Dany embraced Jon, he stabbed her. Drogon retaliated by not burning Jon to smithereens. Instead, the creature melted the Iron Throne, before picking up his mother’s corpse and flying away. Oh, and Bran who will always be remembered as that kid with white eyes who mumbled for eight seasons was made King.

2. True Blood

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Sookie killed Bill because it hurt him that she couldn’t live a normal life or something. She moved on with some random dude several years later and seemed happier than she’s ever been. It was like the previous seven seasons did not exist. Slap in the face? Totally.

3. How I Met Your Mother

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The whole show was about a dude telling his kids how he met their mother. After meeting the said mother, she was killed off in the series finale. In essence, the previous nine seasons were a waste. Even Barney and Robin didn’t get their happy ending. AWFUL.

4. Dexter

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Dexter bumped off his sister, left his son to be raised by a serial killer. The biggest kicker? Dexter became a lumberjack. We could argue that he could put his knife skills to good use, but the finale was utter nonsense. Even worse, some fans are still calling for a revival. Just leave Dexter to play with his wood. Pun intended.

5. Lost

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Lost was a groundbreaking series that kept viewers glued to the screen for six whole seasons. Early into the show’s second season, fans started to wonder whether the characters were dead and stuck in limbo. That was vehemently denied by everyone associated with the show. So, you can imagine how viewers felt when the series finale confirmed our heroes were, indeed, dead.

6. Gossip Girl

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On paper, the series finale was great. Chuck and Blair got married, and Dan and Serena got married. Shippers got their wishes, but the fundamental issue with the final installment was that Dan was revealed to be Gossip Girl. It made no sense, leaving several questions unanswered.

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13 Netflix Shows You Need to Watch… Right Now!

With the rise of streaming, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep track of the shows that are worth watching. 

Netflix has become the go-to place for shows that are best served binged. 

But which of those shows are worth watching? 

Here’s the 13 Netflix shows you need to watch!

1. Stranger Things

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Through three seasons, Stranger Things has proven to be one of the best shows on streaming. With crazy twists, witty one-liners, and a 1980s setting, it’s one show you do not want to miss.

2. Elite

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Elite is like the lovechild of Gossip Girl and How to Get Away with Murder. It’s set in a prestigious private school that is rocked by the arrival of a group of teenagers from a public school. There’s sex, murder, and a whole lot of twists. Season 1 is available to stream globally, with a second and third in the works.

3. YOU

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This show was a flop for Lifetime but became a worldwide success for Netflix. The reason? It’s best served binged! Penn Badgley plays a literal psychopath who becomes infatuated with a young woman he meets in the bookstore he works at. His obsessive nature puts not only the girl but her friends in mortal danger. It’s a wild ride from start to finish!

4. Orange is the New Black

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Orange is the New Black focuses on the trials and tribulations of a group of women who are prisoners in Litchfield prison. With first-rate acting and compelling storylines, it is up there as one of the best TV shows. Ever.

5. Russian Doll

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Russian Doll features Natasha Lyonne as a woman who keeps dying and reliving the same party. She finds herself in some wild scenarios as she tries to avoid the grisly deaths someone has planned for her.

6. Mindhunter

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Mindhunter is set in the late 1970s and focuses on two FBI agents who aim to expand criminal science by delving into the psychology of murder and get a little too close to some of history’s most notorious killers in the process.

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