The five worst TV shows of 2015


SunTrap, BBC1

Monstrous crime comedy misfire, the Eldorado of sitcoms

SunTrap: Bradley Walsh as Brutus and Kayvan Novak as Woody

Anything on C5 about Benefits

An ocean of poverty porn, prejudice and shame. Surely we can do better?

Benefits Britain: Tom and Stacey Shaw and their 14 childrenBenefits Britain: Tom and Stacey Shaw and their 14 children Photo: Channel 5

Pompidou, BBC2

Matt Lucas’s silent comedy attempted to combine Mr Bean with Monsieur Hulot and failed dismally

Lucas (right) with Roy Baraclough in Pompidou

Prized Apart, BBC1

BBC1 floundering once again to find a winning light entertainment format. Cancelled

Emma Willis and Reggie Yates presented Prized Apart

Wimbledon 2Day, BBC2

The title told you all you needed to know. Ghastly revamp of a highlights show that wasn’t broken and didn’t need fixing

Wimbledon 2day was heavily criticised by viewersWimbledon 2day was heavily criticised by viewers Photo: BBC