New York Post's Scores

For 860 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 1.7 points higher than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average TV Show review score: 66
Highest review score: 100 Thief: Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 What About Brian: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 624
  2. Negative: 0 out of 624
624 tv reviews
  1. It's the possibility of unlimited complications looming that make it so insanely riveting.
  2. The Game is worth it. Really.
  3. A hilarious new sitcom about a female vice president of the United States, Selina Meyer, played with insanely good timing by Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
  4. It's one heckuva fascinating look into a world and a culture with which most of us have little or no experience.
  5. Each week, the series takes on a Holmes classic, updates it, turns it on its ear and leaves you breathless.
  6. They've added a new element that makes it something I can finally (I'm sorry) sink my teeth into. They've added politics as blood sport.
  7. It just feels like nothing else you've seen on TV.
  8. A show that manages year after year to accomplish that rare blend of Hollywood darling and fan favorite.
  9. Happily, they are not your average sitcom weirdo crazy group-therapy people. These folks are oddballs, yes, but they are oddballs trying to overcome great tragedy.
  10. Without a doubt, Homeland is the best drama on TV right now.
  11. Even though we all know what happens, somehow in the hands of these magnificent women, you'll be wishing and hoping for a different ending.
  12. Nashville is arguably the best-written new TV series of the fall season.
  13. The Walking Dead, the flat-out scariest, best, most unusual show to ever hit the small screen, is back, and I'm loving every sickening minute of it.
  14. If you weren't born when the Stones broke all the rules, you will get to see why these old guys were/are the greatest of all time. If you were around then you already know, but you still won't believe it.
  15. By the second part of this excellent thriller you won't know who are the bad guys and who are the really bad guys, which is how it's supposed to be.
  16. A frisky little triumph of real spirit and a collaboration between creator-writer-supervising producer Paul Feig ("Life Sold Separately") and executive producer Judd Apatow ("The Larry Sanders Show"). You'll feel better about yourself, and television - if only you'll stay home on Saturdays to watch it. [25 Sept 1999, p.53]
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  17. A very funny, very hip, very terrific sci-fi show.
  18. What would you get if you combined the brains behind "The Usual Suspects" and "The X-Men" with the writer of "Quiz Show" and "Homicide: Life On the Streets"? Aside from a lotta smarts, you'd get House, the best new show since "Lost." [16 Nov 2004, p.91]
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  19. This six-part series is so layered and unexpected that nothing follows a tried-and-true formula.... This is great TV.
  20. Mirren and Pacino are fantastic, and Tambor rightfully underplays the larger-than-life Cutler, who rivals Spector himself.
  21. Not as much sex as you may be used to, but plenty of action, and enough complexities to keep geeks, geniuses and fans glued to the strange and wonderful world of the Seven Kingdoms all spring.
  22. By episode three, things are roiling up and rolling around.
  23. So far, so great.
  24. WHO knew Craig T. Nelson had so much charisma? [7 Oct 2000, p.55]
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  25. I am happy to report that this series remains a 100-percent authentic, white-knuckled hair-raiser. [24 Oct 2002]
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  26. 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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  27. 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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  28. 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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  29. A true-life movie so good, so well-written and yet sleazy enough to satisfy even the cheesiest viewers among us.
  30. Great acting, writing and direction.

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