Inspired by a discussion about Good Fight season 3 on a TNZ topic. Lots of shows out there start out awesome, then jump the shark, or have that one arc that really didn't make any sense. What are the most glaring examples of these? I'll leave it to other people to rant about GoT. To me it was a let down but not profoundly terrible enough to make my list. 1. The Good Fight season 3 I mean, what the hell? The first two seasons struck a balance between liberal activism, commentary on the insanity of the Trump presidency, and the kind of normal court stories The Good Wife offered. This season goes completely self indulgently off the rails, with one of the worst, least believable characters in TV history, bizarre shorts, and talking directly to the camera. 2. Community season 4 When it was announced Harmon was being kicked off the show, the new showrunner said "For those who are worried about the characters not being quirky, don't worry, I got experience with quirky characters when I produced Just Shoot Me!" Yeah...Community is a show that was a hit with its audience because it was specifically on their wavelength and NOT like normal network sitcoms. When you try to make a niche thing appeal to mainstream, the niche will be offended, and the mainstream will be uninterested. 3. Stargate season 9/10 I don't really blame the Farscape actors for this. First it was hard to make the same show anyway, since it was a show that started out with a very specific chemistry and a formula that involved using mundane military equipment to fight aliens, and they have elevated the power levels to a point the story had to revolve around a race for the next maguffin. But the Ori weren't interesting, the writing was stale, Vala was over the top, and they never found a new chemistry. 4. Enterprise season 1 I wasn't sure whether to have a separate list of 'Best seasons of bad shows' for Enterprise season 4, but I guess having one good season makes something a good show. At this point in the show everything fell flat. The temporal cold war stuff was untrackable, the cast was stiff, the Vulcans attitude was abrasive, the goal was unclear, and the storylines seemed like more repetitions of the safe TNG/Voyager path. And their attempts to make characters seem more down to Earth and folksy made them seem unnecessarily brash and lacking the sense of wonder Star Trek drives on. 5. Battlestar Galactica season 4 I think they had some good things going on in this season, it wasn't all bad. They just needed more time than they gave themselves to bridge the gaps between the rebel cylons and the humans and they needed not to end on such a blatant act of deus ex machina.