New York Post's Scores

For 871 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 1.3 points higher than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average TV Show review score: 66
Highest review score: 100 Friday Night Lights: Season 3
Lowest review score: 0 Outlaw: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 633
  2. Negative: 0 out of 633
633 tv reviews
  1. It's all much better than it sounds, and more importantly, like "Strike Back," is written better than you'd expect.
  2. The movie, for true-crime fans, is a terrific retelling of the case.
  3. Of Two Minds doesn't pander to its audience, and tries earnestly to give us a sense of what it is like to deal with a very real affliction.
  4. This one should break the "Seinfeld" curse. It smells like a winner and only gets funnier each week.
  5. To love the series, it helps to be exactly Spike TV's target market - a young guy who, when he can't be out drinking beer and throwing up with his friends, loves nothing more than to sit in front of a giant-screen TV doing all of the above.
  6. Hannah’s finally growing up, and how she deals with the inevitable betrayals of people she placed too much trust in will provide Girls with a worthy season arc--and give the aspiring novelist inside the hipster some real material to come.
  7. The authentic New York locales and voices really make this new half-hour dramedy fly.
  8. It’s a good start for a series that’s already been renewed for a second season--and will have time to grow.
  9. Dopey? Yes. But the action scenes are terrifically exciting and very well done, and Hawke does his damndest to survive the overacting of Hurt and the underacting of Cox, who is so wooden he should be the one hobbling around on that wooden stump.
  10. And if there's one thing I love in a movie, it's a sadistic sheriff. I also love wild dogs, feral cats and hungry vultures, and this movie has them all.
  11. "Battlestar" is many cuts above the usual outer-space shoot-'em-up.
  12. If you’re a genre fan, Motive is a satisfyingly different way to get your murder-mystery fix.
  13. Since there will be back-to-back shows tonight, the premiere episode, "Rebirth," starts where the last DVD left off. It's not as good as the second episode, so be sure to stay tuned.
  14. While it’s all too pat, offering instant fixes, there’s still enough here to keep you watching.
  15. Raymonde and Soffer are so good they deserve Emmy noms.
  16. Lots of fun--and I for one am thrilled to see a show in which most of the characters don't look like they took time off from modeling to act.
  17. The animated version of Napoleon Dynamite is almost as funny as a cartoon version as it was in the flesh.
  18. Eight episodes or not, don't count this show dead before it's born.
  19. The show sparkles with imagination. But Kings may be too campy for some, not campy enough for others.
  20. Yes, boys and boys, Entourage gets better and more polished each season.
  21. There's nothing earth-shattering about Rizzoli & Isles, but it's a pleasant, hour-long experience with interesting characters and above-average writing, especially in the exchanges between Jane and Maura.
  22. It’s swiftly paced, disgusting--lots of shots of walkers chomping on screaming faces--and puts down some much needed signposts for the rest of the season. Consider us still hooked.
  23. The locales are great, the plots are interesting and the acting for the most part is good--although they should have cast actors who don't look like lingerie models.
  24. Aside from the gratuitous sexual stuff, Awkward is a really good, funny, fun show.
  25. The season's first episode is pretty damned riveting.
  26. The series, written by Price and produced by Robert DeNiro, has NYC cred, and it, like its characters, grows with each episode.
  27. [Sean Hayes is] the consummate pro, with impeccable comedic timing, fluid verbal and physical dexterity--a nod to Ball’s slapstick shtick--and a tendency to let others around him share in the laughs. That’s all on display in Sean Saves the World.
  28. Dogs in the City is perfect summer fluff for city dog owners.
  29. It’s a pretty grim lot, but ever thus in the nasty, brutish world of George R.R. Martin. Regardless, it’s so good to see all of their bruised, brooding faces again.
  30. Gravity has an intriguing premise and its pacing--the action cuts back-and-forth between the present and five years in the past--heightens the drama and foreboding.

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