Never saw GoT so no vested interest, and I only watched the original BSG back in the late 70’s.
The worst ever? St. Elsewhere.
The best, of course, was Blake’s 7.
Star Trek: The Next Generation a sleep-a-thon
Who killed J.R.?
Star Trek Enterprise had a horrible ending. Series ended without wrapping up the story arc so they threw in some BS about it all being a holodeck story.
How soon everyone forgets Lost…
I’m sure JJ’s very pleased, actually.
At least there were actual endings. There was a time when all TV series simply ended. No wrapping up loose ends….not even an attempt. It just ended.
I’m going to go with Deep Space Nine or The Returned (French Version)
Worst ending ever was the nbc series “Revolution”.
No love for ‘Newhart’?
The Sopranos ending sucked….so did MASH’s.
Dexter, Lost, Jericho, Enterprise – there’s no end to horrible endings.
Were the endings horrible, or were we just pissed the series ended?
Quantum Leap. End of discussion.
The ending of Babylon 5 left me scratching my head.
We already know it’s “Lost”, so go back to work
Firefly, by far.
Quantum Leap. “Dr. Becket continued to try to return home. He never made it.”
LEXX followed by Quark
Just for the Heck of it: Tarzan: the Lost Adventure (unfinished – 16 chapters, 83 pages) (194?) (revised and completed by Joe R. Lansdale) (1995)
I’m siding with the girl. I’ve never seen BG but she’s got a short skirt and nice legs "P
Six Feet Under had a decent ending.
I thought they were arguing about which potentially good show was more ruined by an over-abundance of blatant pandering.
I thought the end of Dick Van Dyke was when he finished his novel, and Alan Brady bought it to make a TV series.
Two and a Half Men series finale was just a joke. The last two seasons were awful. I can’t believe it lasted as long as it did
The Sarah Connor Chronicles did not have a proper ending. They had a season finale that had a great set up for the next season that never was.
John Zakour and Scott Roberts