Who joined Mario Lopez in this list of TV's 10 worst of the year
No. 1 - 'H8r'
I've already said my piece on The CW's Mario Lopez Magnum Opus "H8r," which was doubtlessly the most offensive, ill-conceived, wrong-headed, ineptly executed, intellectually risible piece of television to air in 2011. America rejected "H8r" so quickly and so completely that I'd be giddy, except that I don't believe that anybody -- from Mario Lopez to The CW's executives -- learned ANYTHING from the mistake of building an entire TV series around humiliating ordinary people for the capital crime of daring to express the opinion that Snookie and people of her ilk are anything less than an intelligent, responsible humans of irrefutable virtue. Plus, there's a special circle of TV hell for people who generate such noxious programming and have the shameful temerity to leach onto the very real and very damaging epidemic of cyber-bullying for moral cover. Put simply, "H8r" was a nadir for the entire medium, not just for this year, but possibly ever.
Some more dishonorable mentions are on the next page...