New York Post's Scores

For 877 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 Sing Your Song
Lowest review score: 0 American Dad!: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 638
  2. Negative: 0 out of 638
638 tv reviews
  1. Lucci plays it campy and fun, and gets to say ridiculous things like, "The church secretary had a body made for more than just praying!"
  2. While its white-collar urban setting would seem to distinguish it from other reality competitions, it has some characteristics in common with them, including: a group habitat that looks just like others seen on MTV's "Real World" and other shows; and contestants who are all jerks. [8 Jan 2004]
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  3. What the series gains this season by giving us more history and more compelling storylines, it loses by repeating some of its, er, epic mistakes. Again, no battle scenes - some of the most important in all of history - are shown.
  4. The "American Idol" winner doesn’t have any theater experience, and she went on to do a lot better in the singing department than in the acting one.... If someone should be banned from singing ever again, it should be Moyer.... Cannily the producers surrounded our rookies with fairly charming kids and a formidable array of Broadway pros.
  5. If you loved the successful couponing special they aired in December, you'll be thrilled with the premiere of the bizarrely watchable Extreme Couponing, a series in which people hoard not just coupons but the stuff they needlessly and endlessly buy with them.
  6. The series that MTV pretends was a cautionary tale was really never anything but train-wreck TV at its saddest. Well, tonight, it finally fulfills its loftiest goal: teaching that being this age and pregnant is nothing but sad and boring.
  7. Good action, good characters and, besides, it's the only show in the history of TV where the term, "f-cking pr-ck" is code. I mean, you gotta love that, no?
  8. Ringer, it turns out, is so good that it's CBS' bad.
  9. Absent from this show are the ridiculous clothes that look like they belong on clowns and strippers. In their place are serious, wearable clothes that are, for the most part, so beautiful, so well-tailored and so, yes, sellable, that you'll want to buy them right up.
  10. [Lange and Bates] are the only reason to watch.
  11. If I hadn't seen the same thing done 56,000 times before - from both versions of "Oceans 11" to my all-time-favorite, "Snatch" - I would be all over this show like a groupie. But I did, so I'm not.
  12. Lots of fun, lots of laughs, lots of good, heartwarming plots.
  13. And better, this season the vamps and the shape-shifting alcoholics find themselves with too many werewolves on their hands. And the werewolves are pretty terrifying and very vicious. Very. How can you not love that?
  14. "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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  15. Beavis and Butt-Head's snarky remarks are still so stupid--even in a world crowded with them--that they're funny.
  16. Diggs is a very good actor. Attempting to pull off a complicated scenario like this would be tough for a vet, let alone someone who made his bones in musical theater.
  17. Good family fun--providing your family doesn't include little kids who are scared to sleep. Ever.
  18. 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.
  19. Newsroom is both entertaining and irritating. The info is important and good, but the quipping banter with which it's delivered, isn't. News junkies will be hooked.
  20. A sophomoric comedy about high school (and really aren't all high school comedies, er, sophomoric?) that supplies as many laughs as a whoopie cushion in a lecture hall.
  21. The show, like the old "90210" and "The O.C.," looks to be--from its premiere, at any rate--a top-flight series about a group of high school students, most of whom I liked immediately.
  22. Suspend all disbelief and relax. It ain't "Inspector Lewis," but it is stylish, good fun with dialogue as slick as those old Rat Pack suits Caffrey loves so well.
  23. Everybody's having too much fun--and that will include the viewers.
  24. Good, dirty fun.
    • 66 Metascore
    • 75 Critic Score
    You will find yourself cheering Ray onward and upward! And yes, I am ashamed of myself.
  25. Southland has a "Cops"-like feel with jittery, hand-held cameras pointing every which way. Dramamine, anyone?--but it works with the show's you-are-there format. A promising start.
  26. The writing is still good.
  27. Once you get past the stupid stuff, such as the sex-goddess submarine tech designer and the equally gorgeous sub's Chief Navigator, Grace (Daisy Betts) there's something pretty damned good here.
  28. What I particularly like about this show (aside from the good chemistry between the leads) is that the women solve crimes the old-fashioned way.
  29. I wish I hated this cheeseball show as much as I used to. But damn, if it ain't a hoot and a half.

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