Worst Shows on Netflix

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5. Made in Mexico
> Starring: Shanik Aspe, Roby Checa, Columba Diaz
> IMDb user rating: 4.0/10
> Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score: 45%

This one-season reality series with a Real Housewives vibe focused on lifestyles of rich Mexican socialites and expats. While some reviewers on Rotten Tomatoes found the cast members endearing and full of emotion, one viewer said, “as a Mexican you will despise this.”

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4. The I-Land
> Starring: Natalie Martinez, Kate Bosworth, Ronald Peet
> IMDb user rating: 4.4/10
> Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score: 34%

“The I-Land” is about 10 people who wake up on a mysterious island without any memories and must learn to survive. The one-season series has been pilloried by Rotten Tomatoes critics, among them Brian Tallerico of RogerEbert.com, who called the seven-episode show a “bafflingly horrible sci-fi show.”

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3. Richie Rich
> Starring: Jake Brennan, Lauren Taylor, Joshua Carlon
> IMDb user rating: 3.3/10
> Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score: 43%

“Richie Rich,” a live action reboot of the 1980s animation series about the adventures of a rich boy, managed an overall rating of just 3.3 out of 10 in IMDb. One critic scolded the show for celebrating materialism.

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2. Bill Nye Saves the World
> Starring: Bill Nye, Karlie Kloss, Rachel Bloom
> IMDb user rating: 3.6/10
> Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score: 38%

Bill Nye, who first made a name for himself as the host of children’s show “Bill Nye, the Science Guy” in the 1990s, returns as host of this adult-oriented Netflix original. Audiences have criticized the show for its controversial — and embarrassing for some — moments, such as its “My Sex Junk” skit. Netflix, however, has produced three seasons to date.

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1. Troy: Fall of a City
> Starring: Louis Hunter, Christiaan Schoombie, Bella Dayne
> IMDb user rating: 3.8/10
> Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score: 24%

This British-American co-production from BBC One and Netflix tells the story of the 10-year siege of Troy and the relationship between Paris and Helen. Only 24% of fans on Rotten Tomatoes liked the single-season series, and IMDb users rated it 3.8 out of 10. Some critics also disliked the show, calling it unimaginative accompanied by dull dialogue.