New York Post's Scores

For 980 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 1.1 points higher than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average TV Show review score: 67
Highest review score: 100 Luck: Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 Carpoolers: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 719
  2. Negative: 0 out of 719
719 tv reviews
  1. A "reality" show so huggy-weepy that it will put even the most enraged domestic abuser to sleep.
  2. Maybe Legends will get better, but if TNT expects Bean to carry this show, they’re going to have to give him better villains and better back-up support.
  3. There's a nice idea in there somewhere. Now, if CBS and the show's producers can get together on changing most of it, they might have something.
  4. It's not only laugh-out-loud-until-soda-squirts-out-of-your-nose funny, but it's also perfectly cast.
  5. "My Boys" is no improv comedy, but it also relies on unnecessary narration.
  6. It's one heckuva fascinating look into a world and a culture with which most of us have little or no experience.
  7. The authentic New York locales and voices really make this new half-hour dramedy fly.
  8. Not like anything else on TV.
  9. Ringer, it turns out, is so good that it's CBS' bad.
  10. 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.
  11. Even if we know how Manson’s story eventually ends, this is one cop show that will chart a tantalizing path to that grim conclusion.
  12. It never rises above the mediocre level, although it certainly sinks below it occasionally. [3 Jan 2005]
    • New York Post
  13. A new, trite and pretty awful scripted formulaic cop show.
  14. 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]
    • New York Post
  15. Unfortunately, lightweight Bower (more Dude Arthur than King Arthur) and an even lighter-weight Egerton can't carry a series, let alone a kingdom. Nonetheless, it's still lots of lush, plush, silly good fun.
  16. The unwavering, insistent sincerity of Signed, Sealed, and its tearjerking final acts, are hard to resist, despite often being served up in greeting-card platitudes.
  17. Mark Burnett's newest plunge into the reality waters--somewhat predictable, with all the requisite reality bells and whistles (lots of dark blue mood lighting, dramatic music, quick-cut editing)--is mildly entertaining in that summer TV kind of way.
  18. Bizarrely complicated and intriguing.
  19. The silly, very romantic movie pretends to tell the whole truth about the meeting, mating, splitting and reconnecting of Kate and William.
  20. The acting here is terrific, particularly among veterans Okonedo (Oscar-nominated for “Hotel Rwanda”), Haysbert (“The Unit” and those Allstate commercials) and Lester (“Girlfriends”), who all deliver meaty, nuanced performances.
  21. The scenes between Liotta and Lopez provide a two-fold tension, as you can see Harlee become unhinged and Lopez quiver in the company of a more talented performer.
  22. It doesn’t feel like a comedy - because it’s not funny. [3 June 2005, p.3]
    • New York Post
  23. The writing is still good.
  24. In its favor, Parks doesn't have a laugh track. On the minus side, it doesn't get many laughs.
  25. [Octavia Spencer is] cast as the one-note, wise-cracking Nurse Jackson--who works alongside Dr. Jack McAndrew (David Annable)--her talents are largely wasted in a role that’s seriously underwritten.... The feelgood message of this show is so relentlessly upbeat--like the music that nearly drowns out every scene.
  26. Grace and Frankie strains very hard for laughter of any sort.
  27. In the CW's world, happiness is rubbing elbows with the rich and fabulous, and drawing the attention of various rich boys, while a soundtrack of chick-friendly pop tunes plays constantly in the background. If this sounds like happiness to you, then by all means feel free to join this "Privileged" class. You have nothing to waste but your time.
  28. I liked it, but I'm still not sure why.
  29. The show is a lot of fun. Like playing dress-up when you were a kid--and about as realistic.
  30. Back to You is no brains.

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