3. Dexter — “Remember the Monsters,” 2013
Dexter was an awesome show about a serial killer who hunts other serial killers. This show survived three, maybe four, good seasons before its decline. The ultimate flat line was the series finally. Even if you close your eyes and try to imagine how a complex, dark, and disturbed character such as Dexter would meet his end, you would be dead wrong. After mercy killing his sister, he disposes of her body as he had with all this other victims, in the ocean. Then, bent on self-destruction, he sails his boat into a hurricane. This wouldn’t have been so bad had the show ended there. Not one for mystery, the question of Dexter’s fate is answered for viewers. He grows a beard, dawns some plaid, and becomes a lumberjack. I guess Dex wasn’t the only one left in the woods.
http://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/5-tv-series-finales-that-everyone-hated.html/?a=viewall Via cheatsheet.com
2. Quantum Leap — “Mirror Image,” 1993
This ending ranks high on the disappointment scale. Viewers faithfully tuned in to see Sam Beckett leap through time to take over the life of an unsuspecting individual, who would undoubtedly need Sam’s help to fix a major life dilemma. However, what viewers got when they tuned into the series finale was nothing short of a slap in the face. Sam’s goal was always to get back home to his time. The major gut punch delivered to viewers was that Sam doesn’t ever get to go home. If that wasn’t bad enough, audiences didn’t even get to see the disappointing truth acted out. No, the bomb was dropped on fans via written text on a black screen. Adding more insult to injury, the on-screen text spelled the main character’s name wrong. We’re not sure who made that decision, but not even time travel could redeem that quantum disappointment.
http://www.quantumleap-alsplace.com/mirror.htm Via quantumleap-alsplace.com