American Horror Story Freak Show isn't quite as stupid as Coven, which was unwatchable, but it seems to be hoping to get there. It isn't even on par with a bad horror film, but if you're looking for something as a guilty pleasure to talk about, and are willing to admit you watch it, there's fun in here.
Matt LeBlanc tries like hell, but he can't save the writing here, which hopes so hard to be mediocre that it can't possibly miss.
The Last Ship has little to offer any demographic, especially any of those that might tune in. It's largely sappy and nonsensical, and hopefully won't be around long.
Kurt Sutter's The Bastard Executioner eventually sets up a "Jax and his Merry Men" framework that will feel familiar, but there is so much that is wildly goofy going on, and each step is more simplistic than the last along the road we have to take to get there.
The Whispers sorely lacks the delivery it needs to pull off an inherently laugh-inducing concept, and the writing pays far too little attention to overall construction.