10 Worst Web Series of 2022 We Want to Unsee: The Terminal List … – Leisure Byte

It has been a year of some really good shows and comebacks that left an impact on the viewers. But simultaneously there were some web series that makes us want to turn back time and choose wisely. Therefore we have curated a list of the 10 Worst Web Series of 2022 that should have been axed instead of the good ones getting cancelled nowadays.
Echoes is a mystery thriller about two identical twins, Leni and Gina, who share a dangerous secret. Since they were children, Leni and Gina have secretly swapped lives, culminating in a double life as adults: they share two homes, two husbands, and a child but everything in their perfectly choreographed world is thrown into disarray when one of the sisters goes missing.
This show belongs on the worst list as it is only mediocre – at best. Its twisty lead-up to the big reveal never generates the intensity or the suspense it needs. The creators try to maintain the mystery and suspense but the more the story progresses, you start to lose interest and the big reveal leaves you all the more baffled with ridiculousness.
The show is available for streaming on Netflix and you can read our review here.
In this series, Emma has always felt different from anyone else in Middelbo – a small Danish town that became world famous when it was said that a meteor entered the atmosphere and crashed into it 17 years earlier. Now, Middelbo is no longer what it has been, and the question is whether it has ever been what it pretends to be at all.
When Emma accidentally discovers that the whole story of the meteor is a lie, a dangerous and improbable truth about the sleepy town reveals itself. Was it a meteor that hit the little town 17 years ago or was it something far more powerful? With this newly discovered realization, Emma is forced to realize that she is on her own and that friends and society will not save her in a time of life when she needs them the most.
The main drawback of this show is the storyline which progresses very slowly – takes at least 3 episodes to establish the plot and ends on a cliffhanger in the 6th episode, without answering any questions.
The show is available on Netflix and you can read our review here.
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The story of the series takes place over two timelines. The first is set in 2022 and shows 14-year-old sisters Jade and Billie Wesker moving to New Raccoon City. Adjusting to the new life and overcoming their past, they realise that their father may be concealing dark secrets about their lives and things that could destroy the world.
The second timeline takes place over a decade in the future, in 2036 where only 15 million humans remain, with over 6 billion animals and people being infected with the T-virus. It follows Jade, who is fighting for survival in a world overrun by blood-thirsty infected and mind-shattering creatures.
It is an average show which at times looks like a high school drama with some good action sequences but stretched nonetheless. It ended on a cliffhanger which we will never get answers to since the show is not getting renewed.
It is streaming on Netflix and you can read our review here.
In this show, two sisters must face a new reality — and supernatural elements — when it’s revealed their parents participated in a cult ritual ending in death. Eva and Sofia will have to face the horrible crime that their parents seem to have committed, which, before disappearing, has left behind 23 victims. This is the journey that Eva and Sofia will undertake in Feria, a small white village in the Andalusian mountains in the mid-nineties, where the inhabitants are not as naive as they appear.
The show unfolds at a very slow pace and due to this, the makers tried to reveal several answers in the last episode. But most are hollow and unconvincing. It ends with answering very little by taking too much of our time.
The show is streaming on Netflix and you can check out our review here.
Tirso Abantos (José Coronado) is a war veteran who lives in Entrevías, which is an actual neighbourhood in Madrid, Spain. Recently the neighbourhood is infiltrated by drug dealers and troublemakers which irks Tirso, but when his adopted granddaughter Irene (Nona Sobo) falls into the bad company of these thugs, he decides to take matters into his own hand & protect her.
The series deals with the topics of crime, family, and social reform. You can either like it for its real grittiness or absolutely hate it for the same. But there are more elements that leave off a bad taste than the storyline.
The show is streaming on Netflix and you can read the review here.
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The Terminal List follows James Reece (Chris Pratt) after his entire platoon of Navy SEALs is ambushed during a high-stakes covert mission. Reece returns home to his family with conflicting memories of the event and questions about his culpability. However, as new evidence comes to light, Reece discovers dark forces working against him, endangering not only his life but the lives of those he loves.
The offers nothing new in terms of story and is a dull, boring and lifeless watch. Every episode feels like watching the same movie repeatedly, but it gets bland every time.
The show is available on Amazon Prime Video and you can read our review here.
Moon Knight follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee, who becomes plagued with blackouts and memories of another life. Steven discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector. As Steven/Marc’s enemies converge upon them, they must navigate their complex identities while thrust into a deadly mystery among the powerful gods of Egypt.
It was an underwhelming show which left the fans lost due to the rushed pace, right from the start. The was a lack of tension in the narrative which devalued the already rare action. All the more, bad CGI didn’t help either.
The show is streaming on Disney+ and you can read our review here.
The series follows a rancher fighting for his land and his family discovers an unfathomable mystery at the edge of Wyoming’s wilderness. It was depicted as a thrilling fable with hints of wry humour and supernatural mystery, examining how we grapple with the unknown.
To put it simply, it’s a bizarre show which really tests your patience, wanting to be both a heavy multigenerational family drama and a supernatural mystery series but it ends up becoming just a clutter with various plot holes and no answers.
The show is available on Amazon Prime Video and you can read our review here.
Four years after the events in Manscheid, Luc Capitani is working as a handyman in the station district of Luxembourg City. Until Bianca, a prostitute hires him to investigate the disappearance of her friend Andrea. The search is cut short when Capitani locates her body in a forest, and the hunt for her killer begins. Meanwhile, Lucky Onu arrives in Luxembourg from Nigeria, to look for his sister.
It is not clear what the creator wanted to show in this sequel series, it has left all the more questions that weren’t answered. There were murders happening and an angle of dark magic/cult is shown, but there’s no resolution to it. The story of drug gangs mixed with prostitution and a fresh-out-of-prison cop has been done and dusted with many times before. The season feels like its only purpose was to show a redemption arc of its main lead.
The show is streaming on Netflix and you can read our review here.
Michael Lawson seems to have it all figured out. He’s a successful New York City real estate agent with a great career, a supportive family, close friends, and a loving relationship with his partner of 17 years, Colin. But when Colin unexpectedly moves out on the eve of his 50th birthday, Michael is completely blindsided.
Overnight, he has to confront two nightmares – losing the man he thought was his soulmate, and suddenly finding himself a single gay man in his mid-forties in New York City, when he has been in a committed relationship for almost 2 decades.
It is a mediocre show which takes you on a tour of New York city’s luxurious apartments, parties, lunches and dates, filled with some dry humour and bad sex jokes. Neil Patrick Harris as a lead is just a whiny man who just can’t let the past go and criticises others personal choices regarding intimacy. 
The show is streaming on Netflix and you can read our review here.
What are your thoughts on the list? What other shows of 2022 should be on the list? Let us know in the comment section below.
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