New York Post's Scores

For 848 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 1.6 points higher than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average TV Show review score: 66
Highest review score: 100 Three Wishes: Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 Heroes: Season 3
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 615
  2. Negative: 0 out of 615
615 tv reviews
  1. Somehow, like the alchemists of old, Jungle Gold ends up making gold from lead.
  2. There are so many things in this movie that are just so damned juicy that it is sure is more fun to watch than the exploits of today's orchestrated star pairings.
  3. I have a sneaking suspicion that, over its next four installments, The Hour will ratchet-up the drama and intrigue and retain the excellence it's achieved thus far.
  4. Girls may not be something you ever want to see if you're not a 20-something-year-old woman living on the edge of disaster at all times. But if it is--and you are, too--you'll be happy to know that it still raw.
  5. It's all much better than it sounds, and more importantly, like "Strike Back," is written better than you'd expect.
  6. It's crude, shocking and politically incorrect on a cosmic level. And that's just part of what makes Legit so damned funny.
  7. There's enough intrigue, suspense and interesting characters here to make Ripper Street a worthwhile viewing endeavor.
  8. New season, more promise. Good start. But seriously? Fewer plot-lines would be even better.
  9. Campbell, Kurkova and Rocha--all insanely competitive with each other--stage the shoot with the models’ input, and it’s flat-out fun to watch legendary photographer Patrick Demarchelier in action.
  10. Think the (hint! hint!) demon love child of “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” and “Rosemary’s Baby,” meets “National Treasure.” The series seems inspired by all of them, mostly successfully.
  11. This series-in-a-series is an innovative and creative way to make TV, which I love. What would I have loved even more? A scripted series about a scary, charismatic cult leader.
  12. An intriguing new series.
  13. The ultimate style show is still so fascinating that I couldn’t stop watching, all the while thinking, “Why is this so good?”
  14. While it’s all too pat, offering instant fixes, there’s still enough here to keep you watching.
  15. Manhunt: The Inside Story of the Hunt for bin Laden on HBO is still very worth watching because it’s told from the perspective of the actual people who brought him down.
  16. The Newlyweds premiere show is pretty engaging--especially without the fake fights and forced drama.
  17. 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.
  18. 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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  19. If you’re an entrepreneur or just a dreamer, Crowd Rules may be just what you’ve been dreaming of.
  20. What’s right with this movie are the performances.
  21. 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.
  22. The writing is still good.
  23. 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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  24. To my amazement, I liked "Nikki." [8 Oct 2000, p.107]
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  25. Raymonde and Soffer are so good they deserve Emmy noms.
  26. Lotsa good, clean/dirty fun for the clean--and dirty-minded--among us.
  27. 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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  28. It’s interesting, weird, enjoyable and not like anything you’ve ever seen on TV before.
  29. 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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  30. 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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