Plenty of great TV shows premiered in 2016. But you won't find any of them here. Click on to recall -- for one last time -- the year's most-likely-to-be-forgotten bombs, clinkers and stinkers (in alphabetical order).
The proud holder of an 11 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, this TV adaptation of the horror movie franchise drew perhaps the most chillingly awful reviews of the year. "Ludicrous" was among the kinder summaries.
A period piece that got the period all wrong, "Good Girls" told the kinda-sorta true story of women who took on discrimination at a newsweekly. So many liberties were taken with the facts, it became hard to take the show seriously.
When Mick Jagger teamed up with Martin Scorsese to tell the story of the '70s record biz, what resulted was ... a curio that never clicked with viewers. HBO renewed the drama for a second season, then changed its mind and killed it after all.