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12 TV Shows That People Say Need To End ASAP

As viewers become more invested in the stories unfolding on their screens, so does their capacity to express dissatisfaction when a once-beloved series overstays its welcome. In this article, we delve into the realm of viewer discontent, exploring 12 TV shows that people across the digital spectrum argue need to end as soon as possible.

The View

Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Diego Luna, Sunny Hostin, and Sara Haines in The View (1997)
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“The View” was the most popular answer among viewers when asked, “What show needs to end?”

“The View” is an American talk show that has been on the air since 1997. The show was created by Barbara Walters, who was also one of the original co-hosts. It typically features a panel of women, known as co-hosts, who discuss a variety of topics, including current events, politics, entertainment, and popular culture.

The Bachelor

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“The Bachelor” was the second most popular answer that viewers say they wish would end already. “The Bachelor” is a reality television dating show that has been airing since 2002 in the United States. The show is part of a franchise that includes spin-offs like “The Bachelorette,” “Bachelor in Paradise,” and more. The basic premise of “The Bachelor” involves a single eligible man who is looking for a romantic partner from a pool of single women.

The Kardashians 

Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, and Khloé Kardashian in Keeping Up with the Kardashians (2007)
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This show is similar to the previous reality show called “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”, which ended in 2021. This new reality show is now on Hulu, and the internet is already wishing it would go away.


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“Survivor” is now on its 45th season! It seems the internet may be suffering from some “Survivor” fatigue now, though.

“Survivor” is a reality television show that first premiered in the United States in 2000 and has since become a global franchise with versions in numerous countries. The show was created by Charlie Parsons. The premise of “Survivor” involves a group of contestants who are stranded in a remote location, usually a tropical island, where they must work together to build shelter, find food, and overcome various challenges.

Grey’s Anatomy

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Viewers expressed how much they loved this show when it first aired, however, many said it is now past its prime. 

“Grey’s Anatomy” is a long-running American medical drama television series that premiered in 2005. Created by Shonda Rhimes, the show is set at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital in Seattle and follows the lives of surgical interns, residents, attending physicians, and their supervisors. The series primarily focuses on the personal and professional challenges faced by the characters as they navigate the demanding world of medicine.

The Real Housewives

Lisa Barlow, Heather Gay, Whitney Rose, and Jen Shah in The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City (2020)
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Another popular answer among “shows that need to end” was “anything with Real Housewives” in the title.

“The Real Housewives” is a popular reality television franchise that airs in various cities across the United States and internationally. Created by television producer and host, Andy Cohen, the series follows the lives of affluent women and their families as they navigate social and personal challenges. Each city in the franchise has its own cast, and the show often highlights the drama and conflicts that arise among the cast members.

Big Brother

Big Brother (2000)
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Big Brother just started airing its 25th season, and many television viewers wish it would just end already. 

“Big Brother” is a reality television show that originated in the Netherlands and has since been adapted in many countries around the world, including the United States. The format was created by John de Mol. The show is known for its unique concept, where a group of people, known as housemates or contestants, live together in a specially constructed house under constant surveillance. The house is equipped with cameras and microphones in every room, including the bedrooms and bathrooms.

Dancing with the Stars

Nancy McKeon and Val Chmerkovskiy in Dancing with the Stars (2005)
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There are now 32 seasons of “Dancing with the Stars”, and it seems the internet has now had enough. 

“Dancing with the Stars” is a reality dance competition television series that pairs celebrities with professional dancers. The show originated in the United Kingdom as “Strictly Come Dancing” and has been adapted in various countries, including the United States. The American version, “Dancing with the Stars,” first premiered in 2005.

The Masked Singer

Ricki Lake, Donny Osmond, Nick Cannon, Gladys Knight, and T-Pain in The Masked Singer (2019)
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“The Masked Singer” is a reality singing competition television series that originated in South Korea and has been adapted in various countries, including the United States. The show features celebrities who compete against each other while concealing their identities behind elaborate costumes and masks.

The Simpsons

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The Simpsons have 36 seasons under their belt, and they aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. However, some viewers think they have been out long enough now and have said they wish to see it end. 

“The Simpsons” has received critical acclaim for its wit, social commentary, and cultural impact. It has won numerous awards and has become a cultural phenomenon. The show’s success has led to merchandise, a feature film, and a significant influence on the animation genre.


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“Yellowstone” was another surprisingly common answer. One viewer elaborated and said, “Love the show, but you can’t drag it too long, and they have been doing that.” And it seems viewers will be getting their wish, as the hit show will be ending with season 5. 

“Yellowstone” is a modern Western drama television series that premiered on the Paramount Network in 2018. Created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson, the series follows the Dutton family, owners of the largest contiguous cattle ranch in the United States, located in Montana near the Yellowstone National Park.

The News

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While not one network was singled out, many people said they are tired of all televised news shows, and wish they would go away.

Source: Facebook

10 of the Most Overrated TV Shows of All Time

Liam Cunningham, Rory McCann, Maisie Williams, Isaac Hempstead Wright, and Sophie Turner in Game of Thrones (2011)
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Several shows have attracted enormous popularity and acclaim while also igniting contentious debates about their genuine value in the course of the evolution of television.

Read more: 10 of the Most Overrated TV Shows of All Time

10 Actually Brilliant Movies That Audiences Didn’t Like

Bryce Dallas Howard in The Village (2004)
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On an online platform, movie fans recently revealed some of their favorite films that earned terrible reviews from audiences. 

Read more: 10 Actually Brilliant Movies That Audiences Didn’t Like

The Best TV Show That Takes Place in Your State: 10 Americans Weigh In

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There are many amazing things in a TV show, including its actors, producers and directors, plot, and storyline. But another important thing about TV shows is the state where the show was filmed or based on. Let’s discuss the ten best shows that took place in different states, one of which could be yours. Explore the article to see whether it has your state!

Read more: The Best TV Show That Takes Place in Your State: 10 Americans Weigh In

15 Must-Watch, Mind-Bending Movies That Make You Question Reality

The Machinist (2004)
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Exploring the depths of the human mind and pushing the boundaries of perception, these movies have captivated audiences with their intricate narratives, thought-provoking themes, and unexpected twists.

Read more: 15 Must-Watch, Mind-Bending Movies That Make You Question Reality

Guilty Pleasures: 10 TV Shows Women Love Despite Their Toxicity

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Recently on an online platform, women have admitted to loving certain shows despite their problematic aspects. Read on to find out which popular titles made the cut.

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