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The Most Boring Episodes of 2020

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Not every episode can be a winner! Scroll below to see the most “boring” episodes of 2020 – and before you get angry, remember these episodes still received thousands of "exciting" and "happy" votes!

[Warning: Spoilers ahead! Read at your own risk!]

15. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Part 3E1 “Chapter Twenty-One: The Hellbound Heart”


Going on a mission to hell with your best friends isn’t exciting to everyone…

14. Good Girls, S3E11 “Synergy”


The Season 3 finale left Annie, Beth, and Ruby basically right where they were in Season 2 – because COVID cut the season short!

13. Westworld, S3E8 “Crisis Theory”


With little resolved and many loose ends, Westworld’s Season 3 finale disappointed some… We just hope Dolores returns for Season 4.

12. Vikings, S6E5 “The Key”

History Channel

Hvitserk and Lagertha’s storylines in Season 6 aren’t entertaining enough for Vikings fans.

11. The Walking Dead: World Beyond, S1E2 “The Blaze of Gory”


In the show’s second episode, the group begins to adjust to life outside of their safe community. Perhaps this spin-off needs more time to find its footing?

10. Dracula, S1E3 “The Dark Compass”


Episode three's major twist brings Dracula to the modern world, leaving viewers with mixed feelings.

9. The 100, S7E3 “False Gods”

The CW

As Raven faces an unexpected threat, fans begin to get tired of Sheidheda storylines… and in its final season, there’s no time for that!

8. Money Heist, S4E1 “Game Over”


With frequent flashbacks to Berlin’s past and way too many Arturo scenes, Season 4 starts off a little slower than the usual Money Heist season.

7. The Sinner, S3E8 “Part VIII”


This Sinner’s third season was “the worst season yet” for many TV Time users, and Jaime seeking vengeance in its finale didn’t change their opinions.

6. The Walking Dead, S10E13 “What We Become”


TWD played the nostalgia card with Rick and Glenn, and it still wasn’t enough to make up for this anti-climatic episode.

5. The Flash, S6E11 “Love is a Battlefield”

The CW

Not everyone loves a Valentine’s Day episode! Barry and Iris plan a romantic dinner for Valentine's Day but their evening is interrupted by Amunet.

4. 13 Reasons Why, S4E1 “Winter Break”


Were fans ready for 13 Reasons Why to end? The premiere episode of the show’s fourth and final season focuses on Clay’s mental health while the police question Tyler about guns.

3. Grey’s Anatomy, S16E12 “The Last Supper”


Episodes focusing on dinner parties and Jackson and Maggie’s on/off relationship had fans missing the early days of Grey’s.

2. Lucifer, S5E4 “It Never Ends Well for the Chicken”


A change of pace for Lucifer… This film noir episode goes back to 1946 for a detective story with familiar characters in different roles.

1. Riverdale, S4E17 “Chapter Seventy-Four: Wicked Little Town”

The CW

If you aren’t into Riverdale musicals by now, then this Season 4 episode was a real snoozefest – even the music of Hedwig and the Angry Inch couldn’t save it! (Fun fact: Season 3’s “Heathers: The Musical” was 2019’s No. 2 most boring episode.)

*The “Most Boring Episodes of 2020” is based on in-app emotion votes in TV Time from 1/1/20-11/17/20, featuring episodes that aired in 2020 and only the most “boring” episode per series.

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