unwatchable

unwatchable

(ʌnˈwɒtʃəbəl)
adj
too unpleasant, unamusing, or distressing to watch or be worth watching
Translations
inregardable
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It was unwatchable, at one point I wanted to leave.
Anyone who has sailed knows it's a blast; it's also pretty much unwatchable and not even the presence in the Caribbean of Admiral Savage is likely to improve BT Sport's viewing figures.
But it hasn't always been a smooth journey for Brian Rosman, the calendar's creator, a healthcare access advocate who lives in the Boston area and is a Simpsons Jewish humor completist: After all, he watches each new episode, even a decade into the show's horrific and unwatchable twilight.
BAREFOOTED Whitney stepping in dog sick, bullied Bex eating cat-litter truffles and Abi throwing up on a bloke in a nightclub making EastEnders an unwatchable hellhole.
LET'S BE EVIL (15) HH HHH The special effects are impressive and the cast photogenic, but this virtual reality-themed sci-fi chiller turns out be virtually unwatchable.
HILARIOUS, horrifying and heartbreaking - Ricky Gervais has made a movie that is unmissable and often unwatchable at the same time.
A decade of budget cuts backs and an over reliance on factual entertainment and reality shows have left the five main channels pretty much unwatchable, and is why many young people now don't even consider buying a TV now.
Paul Marchant He brought about the demise of the Scarlets 2006-8 when they became largely unwatchable, bringing in too many substandard overseas players and has done NOTHING positive at the Blues.
The auto-stereoscopic displays (save one) all suffered such incredible distortion and artifacting that they were all but unwatchable, and had an incredibly narrow viewing "sweet spot.
Johnson mixes the unplayable with the unwatchable, but is on song and also proved too much for Trott in Manchester.
Johnson mixes the unplayable with the unwatchable, but is on song at the moment and also proved too much for Trott in Manchester.