One of my complaints about some modern late night talk shows is that the “talk” parts have been reduced down to just mere minutes while the rest of the show is filled with goofy games or self-indulgent song numbers. Not so here. “Hart to Heart” is closer in style to Dick Cavett’s show than Jimmy Fallon’s, which is both good and bad.
Overall, I wouldn’t go out of my way to watch this show, but I am surprised that for how silly this show is, it was actually enjoyable to watch. Bell and Shepard are adorable and frankly, make for great hosts.
For diehard fans, those who love all things Disney including the theme parks, Disney+ offers some things that you can’t find anywhere else. They offer a number of behind-the-scenes docuseries like the new “Behind the Attraction” which is a must-see.
While the subject matter will be upsetting for some, it should all be taken with a grain of salt. It’s all in good fun and this show is actually very funny.
With the exception to such shows like the original “Flintstones”, “Monsters at Work” is one of the rare TV shows with a clever storyline, great animation and squeaky clean humor that is actually funny.
I fell in love with this new show within just the first few minutes. After watching the first episode on Disney+, I’m hooked and can’t wait to see what happens next.
Gone is the iconic theme music (a lot by Herb Albert) which is a bad idea since it was just as much a part of the show. Not that many would notice. Most of the people on the stage weren’t even around when the first show aired.
Now of course this whole set up is pretty silly, but so is The Masked Singer and that is still a lot of fun to watch. Small Fortune is about as much fun as it is to watch someone else play pinball.