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Created by John Kricfalusi for Spike TV, this spin-off of Nickelodeon's The Ren & Stimpy Show, was critically panned.
DVD Talk wrote that "the animation and character designs show that John K.
Real Monsters and little of the cockeyed charm." The Hollywood Reporter called it "a somewhat vacuous effort that lacks the charm and substance of much of Nick's other programming" but added "now and again [the creators] hit on some clever high jinks."This 1994 series created by Danny Antonucci had a short run on MTV and was met with generally negative reception from critics. Clark of the Chicago Tribune said that with the series, MTV "created the most repulsive creatures ever to show up on a television screen" and "accomplished the seemingly impossible." and it was described by Harry Mc Cracken as setting "a standard for awfulness that no contemporary TV cartoon has managed to surpass".
Like Paddy the Pelican, Bucky and Pepito was produced by Sam Singer, a man notorious for his low-budget (but not stylized) animation.
It is exceedingly rare, but has gained some fame for appearing on Jerry Beck's "Worst Cartoons Ever." On the DVD, he states that he has not found any evidence that it was aired on TV.Critical reception for the Nickelodeon animated series was largely negative.Joanne Weintraub of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel described the show as "a rare clinker with all the noisy hyperactivity of Aaahh!!!The following is a list of television series considered the worst by published professional critics, network executives, and/or through viewer rejection (extreme low viewership despite high promotion).
Because situation comedy shows make up a disproportionately large number of shows judged in this manner, they are listed in a separate list of sitcoms considered the worst.
In some cases, a show that is acceptable on its own merits can be put in a position where it does not belong and be judged "worst ever." Multiple outlets have produced lists ranking the worst television series and most spectacular television flops in history, including the U. publications TV Guide and Entertainment Weekly, the British Mail Online and Jeff Evans's The Penguin TV Companion; in many cases, these lists were partially slanted toward recent memory.