New York Post's Scores

For 987 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 63% higher than the average critic
  • 2% same as the average critic
  • 35% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 0.9 points higher than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average TV Show review score: 67
Highest review score: 100 Karen Sisco: Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 Ed: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 725
  2. Negative: 0 out of 725
725 tv reviews
  1. The whole setup is insulting.
  2. Charmed doesn't knock our socks off as relentlessly as the WB's wisecracking Buffy did, but it's headed in the wry-te direction. It also shows more early promise than Spelling's more famous soaps did in Week 1. [7 Oct 1998, p.83]
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  3. About as charming as a headache and just as dull. [29 Sept 2000, p.113]
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  4. This show is so atrocious it should earn everyone involved in it a lifetime ban from the TV industry. [8 Oct 2000, p.107]
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  5. To my amazement, I liked "Nikki." [8 Oct 2000, p.107]
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  6. WHO knew Craig T. Nelson had so much charisma? [7 Oct 2000, p.55]
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  7. I like the locale a lot. Heading up the forensics team is Gil Grissom (William Petersen), who is appealing mostly because, like James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano, he doesn't look like he belongs on TV. [6 Oct 2000, p.117]
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  8. I really, really, like the newest incarnation on the little screen. [6 Oct 2000, p.117]
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  9. The characters are all so nutty it's like being trapped in a roomful of Kramers for a half-hour. [6 Oct 2000, p.117]
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  10. That's basically the plot, folks, and just in case you were wondering, you don't have to laugh. This show too comes with torrents of hysterical laughter already provided. [6 Oct 2000, p.117]
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  11. Sheesh! This show's about as real as Pamela Anderson's second set of breasts. [8 Oct 2000, p.107]
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  12. It’s all OK, but the problem is that there still isn’t anyone to really care much about.
  13. The writing is still good.
  14. Where most of the new shows I've been forced to sit through lately do just about everything wrong, Gilmore Girls gets most of the fundamentals right, especially the acting and writing. [5 Oct 2000, p.95]
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  15. More focus on their day jobs and less “Moonlighting” by the producers is needed here.
  16. The premiere is slow to start, but does get better if you hang in there--or in the case of the T-Rex, hang on there.
  17. A new, trite and pretty awful scripted formulaic cop show.
  18. [Princesses: Long Island] just might be the dumbest 45 minutes of TV.
  19. So far, so great.
  20. The show’s writing, pacing, flashback scenes and unexpected surprises fit like a comfortable shoe.
  21. I used to like Arrested Development, and now I don't...So shoot me.
  22. I haven't the slightest idea what the heck I'm watching, but I've seen two of 'em now, and all I know is that two of 'em weren't enough. I wanted to watch a bunch more.
  23. Jewel’s renditions of the country classics is brilliant--and almost makes the movie worth watching. But that’s only if you record this endeavor and skip through the story.
  24. What’s right with this movie are the performances.
  25. If you’re an entrepreneur or just a dreamer, Crowd Rules may be just what you’ve been dreaming of.
  26. While Carell is sometimes guilty of overselling his character's eccentricities, his exuberance is offset by a laidback cast - including John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer and Rainn Wilson (of "Six Feet Under") - whose deadpan reactions to their boss make for some of this show's best moments. [24 Mar 2005, p.130]
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  27. How do I loathe thee? Let me count the ways: You are degrading, debasing, desperate, depressing, dull, and dopey...You are a show so ill-conceived and so demeaning to women that you make Howard Stern look like a feminist. [25 Mar 2002, p.75]
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  28. While they’re hardly the “Jersey Shore” in suspenders, the people of Breaking Amish: Brave New World might be brave--but coming to the “new world” doesn’t mean they’ve become new people.
  29. It helps to be a fan of Christopher Guest--the genius mockumentarian responsible for movies like “Best in Show” and “Waiting for Guffman”--if you’re going to love his new HBO series, Family Tree.
  30. The Newlyweds premiere show is pretty engaging--especially without the fake fights and forced drama.

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