By Daniel Redford on March 23, 2016
Heartbeat is juggling corny drama clichés while adding a little (unintended) slapstick here and there, all the while taking itself way too seriously. The single upside is that, at times, it is so bad that it is funny.
By Daniel Redford on March 21, 2016
Created by Samantha Bee and Jason Jones, who also stars alongside Natalie Zea, there is a lot of potential in The Detour as a series revolving around disastrous family road trips.
By Daniel Redford on March 19, 2016
With new mystery drama series Game Of Silence, NBC is trying to bring you a dark, cable-like drama. But is that what NBC viewers are looking for?
By Robin Oatley on March 11, 2016
Based on the film franchise of the same name, Rush Hour is a police dramedy following a maverick detective and a by-the-book detective who are forced to work together. Although the involvement of Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker in the movie franchise explains their success, for now it seems CBS has found worthy replacements.
By Robin Oatley on March 9, 2016
If you’re looking for a good way to fill your Tuesday nights, you’re better off not tuning in to ABC. This depiction of the story of the shepherd David’s journey to becoming a king misses the mark, plus you’d have to sit through unnecessary scenes of sex and violence that really don’t do anything to improve the story.
By Robin Oatley on March 8, 2016
There once was a boy whose mother was a jackal and whose father was the devil. Now, the little boy has grown up into a thirty-year old photographer called Damien who is actually a pretty nice guy. Surprising, given that he’s the Antichrist. The series is a sequel to the movie The Omen, and quite a worthy one at that.
By Daniel Redford on March 5, 2016
The Catch stars Mireille Enos as LA’s top private investigator whose con man fiancé (Peter Krause) departs with all her money. A place in the TGIT block fits the show like a glove, and it will give it a great boost in the ratings.
By Daniel Redford on March 4, 2016
While the potential is oozing out of this show, the lines are only mediocre and the general vibe the show is giving off is that of a gray and rainy Sunday afternoon.
By Daniel Redford on March 3, 2016
The Real O’Neals may not be pushing the envelope as much as Black-ish. But it is still worth watching because it has Noah Galvin with his wide-eyed reactions to Martha Plimpton’s crazy that make even her most mediocre lines entertaining.
By Daniel Redford on March 1, 2016
Melissa George stars as Alex Panettiere, a world-renowned heart surgeon who struggles to balance her professional and personal lives. This could make for a very interesting series, but if it is not executed subtly enough, it can become annoying very quickly.