New York Post's Scores

For 837 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 24: Live Another Day: Season 9
Lowest review score: 0 Blood and Oil: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 608
  2. Negative: 0 out of 608
608 tv reviews
  1. Sure, Haven is fun. But I get the feeling that I'm suffering from the same attack of "been there/done that" as the lithe and lovely agent.
  2. The Glades isn't bad, it just feels older than a swamp gator--and as hungry as one for some fresh meat.
  3. Yes, there's enough here to keep you tuning in. Just don't reach for the stars. They're out to lunch.
  4. The remake of the classic cop series is pretty good--although there are so many explosions, you'd think the volcanoes were all acting up.
  5. Conan O'Brien's new show, Conan, finally debuted on TBS last night after months of hype--looking pretty much like his two former shows, "Late Night" and "The Tonight Show."
  6. Clearly they've studied both movies and can mimic the moves, but they just don't hear the music.
  7. See, despite the fact that Lights Out has every one of these boxing cliches in spades, it also has that thing that makes all great boxing flicks memorable: great acting and characters you pull for despite the fact that you know you're being manipulated.
  8. They've ended up pitting a dozen very creative people against one another in a very tired format.
  9. The silly, very romantic movie pretends to tell the whole truth about the meeting, mating, splitting and reconnecting of Kate and William.
  10. The show is a string of one-liners occasionally punctuated by women in underwear (one even strips on the stand in court). The lines, if taken by themselves, are pretty funny. But, in the context of what this show is attempting to do, it's not as funny as it could be.
  11. Combat Hospital has the look, feel and pacing of an old "M*A*S*H" episode--minus the humor and preachiness--and the soapy elements of fellow ABC hospital drama "Grey's Anatomy" (a smarmy British doctor, nervous newbies and the no-nonsense unit chief--with the heart of gold, of course). But these aren't necessarily drawbacks. This is an episodic TV drama, after all.
  12. Alphas is fun, sure, but it has a "been there, done that" feel.
  13. Huge egos, big tempers, blood feuds and bling.
  14. The makeover has helped morph the series from unwatchable and unfunny into a witty sitcom about people who are desperate not to turn into TV sitcom parents.
  15. Somebody should kiss a frog or something to break the evil spell and let this show be as much fun as it should be.
  16. If you're a fan of "Russian Dolls," you may enjoy taking a walk on the not-wild side with these all-American Muslims.
  17. Some of this show is funny, but you may want to put paper down on your couch to keep you from catching an STD.
  18. It seems to have been boiled down to its simplest ingredients.
  19. It's mentally exhausting, at least in tonight's opener, to figure out exactly what the heck is going on here, and in which reality we're placed at any given moment.
  20. While the show can be quite interesting and even compelling--you will hear some very smart women say some very smart things--there is something very wrong here. de Cadenet confesses to being married at 16...she was 19.
  21. This isn't ground-breaking TV, but if you're looking for a few good laughs and a lot of action without the commitment of marriage, Common Law the way to go.
  22. The show is so slow-moving that you may find yourself fighting vainly the old ennui.
  23. [Final Witness is] a very good true-crime show. But that voice-from-beyond narrator is just so very wrong.
  24. The ["quirky-genius" cop] genre is getting a bit moldy around the edges--and Perception doesn't add much to the tired mix.
  25. Not that this family of five adult sons, along with matriarch, Tina, and patriarch, Bobby Sr., aren't fascinating. They are. I just don't know if I want to live with them and all their unnecessary drama.
  26. Hotel Hell is as much fun as the others [shows], even if the formula has been used so many times, you're ready for a new dish.
  27. The scenes are always gritty and often very violent, which makes great TV. However, the dialogue? Whew. I mean, seriously? "She is waiting for you with breath bated!"
  28. Chiklis chews scenery--in a good, very good way--and Quaid is terrific, but both deserve far better than what they're given here.
  29. The supporting cast, Kate's British co-worker at the bar, BJ ("Do you know what BJ means in my country?") played by Lucy Punch, and Ben's best friend Tommy (Echo Kellum), are the glue that holds this bro and sister together. Or at least this show together.
  30. It remains to be seen if Underemployed will have time to spread its dramatic wings and shake off its ham-fisted preachiness--but it's off to a promising, if predictable, start.

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