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 Nashville (2012): Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 American Dad!: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 725
  2. Negative: 0 out of 725
725 tv reviews
  1. What’s the excuse for airing this thing? There’s not a funny word in it.
  2. While mildly amusing, what the show lacks is charm. And humor. And tension. [2 Jun 2005]
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  3. This is the funniest TV show I've ever seen. It might also be the best comedy series ever made, period. [2 Jan 2004]
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  4. I tend to watch "Curb Your Enthusiasm" with open-mouthed amazement... The show is a drop-dead accurate, edge-of-your-seat depiction of the minefield through which we all tread everyday in our interactions with spouses, friends, business associates and that most dreaded of all groups, total strangers. [13 Sep 2002]
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  5. This one is not for everyone. I'm just glad it's one for me. [15 Oct 2000]
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  6. Too bad the premise doesn't feel real.
  7. The Bridge is, overall, a good show with some great performances--including Ted Levine as Lt. Wade, who’s a show stopper.
  8. It's actually more interesting than you might have thought. [21 Jan 2005]
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  9. If you love English mysteries, and love the old Inspector Morse, you will love young inspector Morse more.
  10. As much fun and every bit as exciting as the last season. [7 Sep 2004]
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  11. 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]
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  12. Siberia can be pretty annoying with the shaky single-camera and fake reality premise and all--but then it picks up in the last ten minutes when things go horribly wrong and the best character in the bunch gets killed off.
  13. In some way or another, this show is trying to be "Everwood," "Dawson's Creek," "Eight Mile" and "Hoosiers" all rolled into one. It would be a whole lot more accessible if it would just try to be One Tree Hill, whatever that is. [23 Sept 2003, p.79]
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  14. Great acting, writing and direction.
  15. A true-life movie so good, so well-written and yet sleazy enough to satisfy even the cheesiest viewers among us.
  16. The best detective show to come along in, well, decades...It is so clever, that it makes you remember how good TV used to be - and still can be when they use actors who didn't train at Ford Models. And when they hire writers who can actually put two words together...I promise you, you've never seen anything quite like it. [11 July 2002, p.73]
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  17. Fire up the DVR before a dome hits and you won’t be able to watch all 13 episodes.
  18. The talented hopefuls they pick are either so needy, driven or over-confident that you can't help but to be riveted by their plights. [7 Dec 2005]
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  19. Somehow the show ... works despite the unpersonality of supermodel Heidi Klum, whose delivery is flatter than Kate Moss' chest. ... But it's not about the host ... What makes "Project Runway" a winner is the contestants themselves. They have just the right mix of humility, arrogance, talent, lack of it, need, greed, drive and creativity to make their quests riveting. [30 Nov 2004]
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  20. It’s interesting, weird, enjoyable and not like anything you’ve ever seen on TV before.
  21. God only knows where they're going with this. The producers have made Joan's father the police chief of the small city of Arcadia, but I'm praying that CBS won't turn the Almighty into some sort of cosmic crime fighter...Whatever happens, I'm inclined to give Joan of Arcadia the benefit of the doubt. [26 Sept 2003, p.122]
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  22. King grows on us, and there are laughs that are not nearly as predictable as the premise. [21 Sept 1998, p.75]
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  23. The show seems more oriented to female viewers than ever. [24 Sep 2006]
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  24. What is this, 1961? Who portrays women as non-productive mooches, hellbent on doing nothing besides living off their hard-working husbands and sleeping with the help? [30 Sep 2004]
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  25. Combine[s] the tension of the boardroom in "The Apprentice," the machinations of "Survivor," the tears of a Dr. Phil cry-athon, and the tonnage of a Weight Watchers meeting. [20 Oct 2004]
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  26. Lotsa good, clean/dirty fun for the clean--and dirty-minded--among us.
  27. A pretentious high school drama that would have to borrow a brain to be "Clueless" and a heart to be "Cruel Intentions." [29 Sept 1999, p.84]
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  28. Raymonde and Soffer are so good they deserve Emmy noms.
  29. I love this show. I never thought I'd love a reality show, because mostly I hated all those shows with their wannabe models, fat yutzes and half-wits who try to be as smart as the fat yutz from "Survivor" but are dumber than a family tree of Bushes. But this one actually is so good I am already addicted.
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  30. I am happy to report that this series remains a 100-percent authentic, white-knuckled hair-raiser. [24 Oct 2002]
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