New York Post's Scores

For 971 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 64% higher than the average critic
  • 2% same as the average critic
  • 34% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 1.2 points higher than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average TV Show review score: 67
Highest review score: 100 Homeland: Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 Rules of Engagement: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 714
  2. Negative: 0 out of 714
714 tv reviews
  1. [A] new and intriguing Western.
  2. Tinsley turns out to be the least interesting of her horrible crew. She pales in horribleness next to her friends, J.P. Calderon, an accused purse lifter who throws a glass at a woman and his sworn enemy, rich girl Jules Kirby.
  3. To my amazement, I liked "Nikki." [8 Oct 2000, p.107]
    • New York Post
  4. Terrific fun, and much classier than the old show, but still with plenty of cheese.
  5. Not like anything else on TV.
  6. Great fun, good personalities and some fine food. All in all, the start to another good season(ing).
  7. Lots of fun. The acting and comic timing, when called for, are tremendous - and Miller's got the heft to carry it off.
  8. The twists and turns on Making a Murderer are so crazy and real that the series stands on its own.
  9. Don't believe the hype. "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" is not the best new show of the fall season. It's a pretty darned good one, but not the best one.
  10. The series which starts out badly (idiotic masturbation jokes), builds quickly. And the co-stars are flat out terrific together.
  11. Kaling has lined up enough very funny actors to get this Project the kind of respect that Dr. Mindy never seems to get.
  12. The pilot moves along well, is a lot of fun--but Madsen is just too blond and bland to create the kind of excitement that Jennifer Garner or other of Abrams' female kick-ass characters were able to do with both hands tied behind their backs.
  13. The show is a hoot-and-a-half...I just thought Nip/Tuck was so over-the-top that it was crazy. It is crazy, but it's also funny and can even be deep about the shallow world of cosmetic surgery.
  14. The ridiculously expensive wardrobes, the fabulous hair and makeup, plus a high school with not a single fatty is well, yes, the stuff of teen fantasy. And that is exactly what Pretty Little Liars is: a glamorous, spooky, adolescent fantasy.
  15. Fewer models with more time to talk about themselves and much less about the "fabulous people in the industry" that treated them like goddesses would have made this documentary as good as it is glamorous.
  16. The writing is sharp and believable, the chemistry between the two best friends obviously an advantage and the star cameos well-deployed.
  17. Lots of the characterizations work wonderfully, and the acting is fantastic.
  18. The zombies are truly scary and disgusting. The survivors are terrific characters, and the gore is enough for any lunatic to love. But no amount of love is going to make a flesh-rotting zombie as sexy as a blood-thirsty vampire.
  19. Capitalizing on the astronaut-in-peril popularity of last year’s “Gravity,” and buoyed by Spielberg’s influence, the 13-episode Extant looks to be an enjoyable if not mind-blowingly-original summer series.
  20. Lucci plays it campy and fun, and gets to say ridiculous things like, "The church secretary had a body made for more than just praying!"
  21. Breslin does a credible job with the role of Baby. ... The film tries to make a star out of him [Colt Prattes], and if that doesn’t quite happen, it nevertheless succeeds at showing the hidden talents of some of the medium’s most durable stars.
  22. While its white-collar urban setting would seem to distinguish it from other reality competitions, it has some characteristics in common with them, including: a group habitat that looks just like others seen on MTV's "Real World" and other shows; and contestants who are all jerks. [8 Jan 2004]
    • New York Post
  23. What the series gains this season by giving us more history and more compelling storylines, it loses by repeating some of its, er, epic mistakes. Again, no battle scenes - some of the most important in all of history - are shown.
  24. The "American Idol" winner doesn’t have any theater experience, and she went on to do a lot better in the singing department than in the acting one.... If someone should be banned from singing ever again, it should be Moyer.... Cannily the producers surrounded our rookies with fairly charming kids and a formidable array of Broadway pros.
  25. If you loved the successful couponing special they aired in December, you'll be thrilled with the premiere of the bizarrely watchable Extreme Couponing, a series in which people hoard not just coupons but the stuff they needlessly and endlessly buy with them.
  26. The series that MTV pretends was a cautionary tale was really never anything but train-wreck TV at its saddest. Well, tonight, it finally fulfills its loftiest goal: teaching that being this age and pregnant is nothing but sad and boring.
  27. Good action, good characters and, besides, it's the only show in the history of TV where the term, "f-cking pr-ck" is code. I mean, you gotta love that, no?
  28. Ringer, it turns out, is so good that it's CBS' bad.
  29. Absent from this show are the ridiculous clothes that look like they belong on clowns and strippers. In their place are serious, wearable clothes that are, for the most part, so beautiful, so well-tailored and so, yes, sellable, that you'll want to buy them right up.
  30. [Lange and Bates] are the only reason to watch.

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