I’ve been thinking about writing another blog post about this topic. For a while, I kept seeing a lot of series that I thought had low “stickiness” and seemed to lose a lot of interest. I decided to do some research to see what I could come up with and I found a few interesting trends.

This is going to be a short one today. I thought I would do a series on series that have lost the most interest over time. I will stick to series that I have played through and I will be using the first episode as the average. I will also stick to 3 and 4 episode series. These are not my favorite series and I will not be including any series I have played through.

MCU, Star Wars, Call of Duty, Game of Thrones…. The most popular amusement machines in the world today are also among the biggest franchises, attracting millions (if not billions) of loyal fans. But all good things run the risk of not staying good forever – read on to find out which franchises and series have peaked and which are still going strong. For the Fandom Abandon study, we looked at the biggest movie franchises, video game series, and television shows, analyzed their IMDB and Metacritic ratings, and recorded them to show how they have changed over time.

Video games

While there are always new flagships in the video game world, the best-selling games on all platforms tend to come from well-known franchises like Pokémon, Call of Duty, and GTA. To find out which ones are still at the top and which ones have long lost their place, we analyzed the Metacritic ratings over time. word-image-8871 1. Tony Hawk -59% Peak : 98% Pro Skater 2 (2000) Lowest : 39% Pro Skater 5 (2015) Current: 89% Pro Skater 1 + 2 (2020) *Remake 2. Fallout -40% Peak: 93% Fallout 3 (2008) Lowest and most recent score: 53% Fallout 76 (2018) 3. Metal Gear Solid -36% Image: 96% Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (2001) The cheapest and latest : 60% Metal Gear Survive (2018) 4. Madden NFL -32% Peak: 95% Madden NFL 2003 lowest and newest : 63% Madden NFL 21 5. Need for Speed -30% Peak : 89% Hot Chase 2 (2002) Lowest : 59% Undercover (2008) Actual: 72% Heat (2019) The Tony Hawk video game series had its heyday in the early 2000s, but ratings plummeted when the developers released the interactive skateboarding game Ride in 2009. Fallout and Metal Gear Solid showed the biggest drop in quality in their final installments, both of which experimented with style and gameplay changes.


The highest-grossing movies of the year tend to follow the same pattern as video games: Sequels, remakes, prequels and crossovers become the biggest blockbusters every year. Do these billion dollar franchises get better over time, or do the movie moguls have a vested interest in capitalizing on their head start? word-image-8872 1. X-Men -28% Pic : 8.1 – Logan (2017) Lower and newer: 5.3 – New Mutants (2020) 2. Jurassic Park -22% Peak: 8.1 Jurassic Park (1994) The Bottom Line: 5.9 Jurassic Park III (2001) Latest : 6.2 Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom (2018). 3. Star Wars -18% Image: 8.7 The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Lower : 6.5 The Phantom Menace (1999) and Attack of the Clones (2002) Last : 6.9 Skywalker Rising (2019) 4. Transformers -18% Peak : 7 Transformers (2007) Worst score: 5.2 Transformers : The Last Knight (2017) The Last 6.8 Bumblebee 5. Magic World -16% Peak : 8.1 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows : Volume 2 (2011) The Bottom Line: 6.5 Fantastic Animals: The Crimes of Grindewald (2018). The X-Men franchise has long been criticized for its fragmented and confusing timeline, something the Avengers films have done much better. The last part of The New Mutants was criticized for being predictable and boring. Logan, on the other hand, was widely hailed as the Wolverine movie that all fans were waiting for. In general, fans seem to either hate or love the X-Men movies, with the last two volumes receiving the worst reviews since the first film was released in 2000.

TV series

We live in a golden age of quality television, with thousands of series available and dedicated fan bases celebrating the successes of those series each season and condemning the failures. word-image-8873 1. House of Cards -48% Pic : 8.7 Season 2 (2014) and Season 4 (2016) Lowest and most recent: 3.9 Season 6 (2018) 2. Simpsons -35% Peak: 8.97 Season 6 (1994) Low : 5.47 Season 23 (2011) Latest News: 6.7 Season 32 (2020) 3. Game of Thrones -29% Peak : 9.31 Season 4 (2014) Lower and Beyond: 6.4 Season 8 (2019) 4. Scrub -22% Image: 8.47 Season 4 (2004) Lower and Newer: 6.26 Season 9 (2009) 5. 13 Reasons Why -19% Peak: 8.57 Season 1 (2017) Lowest: 6.37 Season 3 (2019) Latest News: 6.7 Season 4 (2020) Netflix’s political drama House of Cards has filled headlines and critics’ forums with praise and acclaim. The lowest rating on IMDB for the first season is a 7.7 for the eighth episode, while all other episodes score between 8.2 and 9.1 – not many programs can boast that. I enjoyed the next 4 seasons, but ratings plummeted in the final season when Kevin Spacey’s character, Frank Underwood, left the show. The criticism focuses on the lack of direction, plot and imagination. word-image-8874

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the number 1 TV show of all time?

The TV show is a little below the line of “really good” but it is also really old now. If you can watch it, I recommend adding it to your list of classics. As part of our continued look at the most watched shows across all genres, we thought it would be fun to take a look at the most watched TV shows of all time. This list was compiled based on numbers from Wikipedia , and shows that while some programs have been a big hit with audiences, others have been a complete and utter flop.

What is the number 1 series on Netflix?

Netflix recently unveiled a number of new shows, including Fuller House, Cobra Kai, and a new season of Arrested Development. But how do the new shows rank compared to the old? We ranked all of Netflix’s original series from 1 to 100, based on the number of viewers each series lost over time, and compared that ranking with the number of viewers each of the Netflix shows currently has. The number one series on Netflix is Stranger Things, which is a brilliant show. I’ve heard a lot of people say they don’t like it because of its references to 80s pop culture, but I think that’s missing the point. I think the show is actually about how the 80s didn’t die completely, but progressed in a way we can see with our own eyes.

What is the longest lasting series?

No matter how much you enjoyed a series or game, it seems everyone eventually gets tired of it, and moves on to something new. Whether it’s a game, series, or even an entire genre of games, there are some that are more popular than others. So, which ones did we think were more popular than others? We took a look at the most played games on Steam over the last 7 days, and then saw which ones had the most active users on Steam in the same timeframe. Most active games will always be popular, but how long are they popular for? The many series that are seen today compared to their first year can really make a difference. One of these is the Iron Man series, which once upon a time had a huge following and now it is rarely seen. It was also one of the first superhero comics, which was a major change in the comic industry.

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