Make no mistake, I’m a huge Muppets fan but even I know, not every Muppet-themed project can be a winner. But this show does have potential.
Last night, CBS jumped the gun by debuting the network’s newest summer show, Tough As Nails, one week earlier than previously planned with a two-hour series premiere. Unlike the network’s … Continue Reading ‘Tough As Nails’ Starts Out Slow but is Worth Your Time
While it’s no Wipeout, Cannonball just might be the second best thing. Last week, NBC previewed the new competition series ahead of the show’s debut Thursday on the USA Network. … Continue Reading USA Network Debuts ‘Cannonball’
In these trying times where everywhere you turn you get a lecture on what you shouldn’t do, it’s nice to come across silly game shows like Don’t which jokingly buck … Continue Reading Put ‘Don’t’ On Your ‘Do’ List
CBS’s new sports/comedy/game show hybrid, Game On! led the pack in ratings last night, but that isn’t saying much. Apparently 4.53 million viewers tuned in for the show’s premiere, but … Continue Reading ‘Game On!’ is a Another Wasted Opportunity
Quibi, the new micro programming streaming service from Jeffrey Katzenberg is up and running and like it’s choices in programs, the results are mixed.
The idea of having one’s fiscally irresponsible parents move in with you is an interesting one and Steven Weber and Fran Drescher do make an interesting couple.
No longer are LEGO bricks the scourge of naked adult feet and no longer are adults seen as childish for playing with them. Instead, they are “master builders,” which in Hebrew means “adults who play with toys” I think.
Remember the Batman TV series with Adam West? That silly show worked because while all of the villains played their parts over-the-top, West always played his part straight and with … Continue Reading Don’t Bother with ‘The Bone Collector’
Despite NBC’s weak attempt of showing why you should tune in to watch this new show, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist is amazing. Every part of it.
The same network that ruined your memories of Archie and the gang with “Riverdale,” have done it again. While some parents will disagree with me, this Nancy Drew is not safe for kids.
One of the more controversial new shows on the fall schedule this year is CBS’ Evil. After watching two episodes of the show, I’m still not sure what to think of it. Is it a brilliant mess or an intriguing dialogue about faith and religion?
While “All Rise” is similar in tone to CBS’s former “Judging Amy,” there are enough differences to make this new show stand on its own. Though the series heavily promotes Simone Missick as the show’s star, it really plays out as more of an ensemble show, which I prefer anyway.
Jimmy Smitts brilliant lawyer Elijah Strait heading up a Memphis law firm. But while he’s taking on the bad guys in the courtroom, he messed up plenty in his personal life.
The pilot episode of Bob ♥ Abishola is a little clunky, but overall premise of two worlds colliding (much like Lorre’s earlier show, “Dharma and Greg”) is intriguing.
While you won’t find a more hospitable host for a talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show may be too sweet for some viewers.