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 Luck: Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 Women's Murder Club: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 624
  2. Negative: 0 out of 624
624 tv reviews
  1. [An] intensive and exhaustive new documentary series by Ken Burns bowing Sunday night on PBS.
  2. Disturbing, sober and flawless.
  3. I used to like Arrested Development, and now I don't...So shoot me.
  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Treme is like Cajun food--it's spicy, it's weird and it's good, but it takes a while to appreciate.
  7. While this Sunday's premiere gets the season started a bit slowly, Episode Two is the rarest kind of TV show there is - one that you hope will never end.
  8. "Malcolm" is kind of a "Wonder Years" for the millennium. Or maybe it's just a weird sitcom about a semi-functional family. Either way, it's funny. [6 Jan 2000]
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  9. The ultimate style show is still so fascinating that I couldn’t stop watching, all the while thinking, “Why is this so good?”
  10. The [first two episodes] are filled with mystery, suspense, action and the lush greenery of Hawaii, where the show is filmed. Be there. Aloha.
  11. Was it worth the wait? Are you kidding me? Does London Fog make raincoats?
  12. This six-part series is so layered and unexpected that nothing follows a tried-and-true formula.... This is great TV.
  13. Felicity is not as flip as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and not as hip as "Dawson's Creek". But it is more than than "Ally McBeal Goes to College" or "My So-Called College Life"...It's an intelligent and gentle ode to the painful joys of growing up, one mistake at a time. [28 Sept 1998, p.75]
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  14. Sheesh! This show's about as real as Pamela Anderson's second set of breasts. [8 Oct 2000, p.107]
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  15. If you are female and under the age of 28, you may really relate to these women and their struggles. If you're over that age, you should hang in until episode three when the series takes off in a great way.
  16. In the weeks ahead, there is a tremendous amount of not-to-be-missed drama--including the area's first face transplant.
  17. Both McConaughey and Harrelson turn in first-rate performances--you wouldn’t be surprised to learn that they disliked each other in real life, such is the animosity between them. But the writing is a bit overblown and the pacing static--at times downright glacial.
  18. After watching the 10-hour Band of Brothers, I'm so drained by the intensity of what I have just beheld that I'm ready to declare this World War II miniseries the finest piece of work ever produced for television. [7 Sept 2001, p.117]
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  19. As important as those set battles scenes are to the series, they are blended beautifully with the bravery, frailties, strength and weaknesses of the actual people involved.
  20. The acting is terrific (by all concerned--there's no weak link), the writing stays true to the spirit of the show and nothing feels forced. That's the mark of a winner.
  21. It’s not the world’s most artful film, but it successfully brings the spirit of the play to the screen, enabling a much wider audience to enjoy the substantial charms of seeing Tyson in such a thoughtful part.
  22. It's funny, it's vicious, it's politically incorrect--in other words, everything that "Community" wants to be and isn't.
  23. Pushing Daisies is fanciful and fun, but sometimes pushes the daisies too hard.
  24. An intriguing, well-done documentary.
  25. 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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  26. In an age when TV is quickly going the way of all idiots, a show like this is a gift...I watched three episodes and can't wait to see more! more! more!
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  27. Riveting as ever, Battlestar Galactica proves again that sci fi doesn't have to be clap trap.
  28. Its scripts - always among the finest on TV - are even stronger this time around.
  29. For better or worse, The Shield set the standard for what is now permissible on basic cable. It's one of those shows I can't imagine living without.
  30. Nashville is arguably the best-written new TV series of the fall season.

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