New York Post's Scores

For 848 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 Rubicon: Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 Flash Gordon: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 615
  2. Negative: 0 out of 615
615 tv reviews
  1. Some half-hour segments work spectacularly well and some don't. Like real life, I guess. But even the ones that don't work so well are very interesting.
  2. Lots of fun. The acting and comic timing, when called for, are tremendous - and Miller's got the heft to carry it off.
  3. Eight episodes or not, don't count this show dead before it's born.
  4. If any lawyer ever did even a third of the things that Elizabeth Canterbury does on Canterbury's Law, the outrageous Denis Leary/Jim Serpico show that premieres tonight, she'd be disbarred in about six and a half seconds. But luckily this is TV, where lawyers-gone-wild are an always fun-to-watch staple.
  5. High School Confidential is an illuminating documentary series more in the tradition of director Michael Apted's series of films, starting with "Seven Up!," that have been tracing the lives of its subjects since 1964.
  6. Though the miniseries represents a compressed and not entirely accurate history, it is moving enough to remind us of the sacrifices made by Adams and a great many other people to form a republic against almost impossible odds.
  7. 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.
  8. It's not quite as randy--it's become less of a soap and more of a historical drama. This is not to say it's not great.
  9. Riveting as ever, Battlestar Galactica proves again that sci fi doesn't have to be clap trap.
  10. Wilkinson steals the entire movie with his portrayal of Baker, playing him as a brilliant, wily political strategist.
  11. 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.
  12. If you are a dog person, have I got a show for you. It's like dog camp but done as a reality show, Greatest American Dog.
  13. Its newest show, Samurai Girl, is an action-packed, three-night martial arts miniseries that introduces girls to the world of Asian action flicks.
  14. Tracking the many ways in which reality converges with fiction is one of the principal pleasures of Entourage, which otherwise explores some pretty well-worn territory in its new season.
  15. Lots of good action and lots of fun to boot.
  16. Lucas the PI (Michael Weston) is such a good addition, I really hope he stays....For my money, Lucas' chemistry with House is better than Wilson's--and it's definitely not as weirdly closeted.
  17. Tonight, through the miracle of modern medicine, the show comes roaring back with a plot that includes the, er, trauma of Seattle Grace Hospital being downgraded from the number two facility in the state to the number 12.
  18. It is so over the top--in such a fantastically bad-taste way--and so out-there crazy, that tonight's episode (at least) is every bit as good as those old soaps.
  19. The slightly-altered version that arrived for review more recently left me charmed.
  20. The action is pretty non-stop, the stars terrific and, if you're willing to do the work to follow the complicated plot, the show can be lots of fun.
  21. Chocolate News" is funny like Chappelle, edgy like "In Living Color" and smart like "The Daily Show," but without the smugness.
  22. The show is a lot of fun. Like playing dress-up when you were a kid--and about as realistic.
  23. Great fun, good personalities and some fine food. All in all, the start to another good season(ing).
  24. If you were worried about your favorite show's favorite character's replacement, rest assured that Fishburne's Langston is different enough to walk easily in Grissom's paper lab shoes.
  25. All in all, a great good time with not one single character to like. Now, that's entertainment!
  26. All told, the graphics and the easy-to-follow, fun storylines are sure to entertain the show's easily distracted target audience.
  27. So, two quantum physi cists walk into a bar and one says to the other, "It's 10 p.m. Do you know what time it is?" If you love that joke, or if you even understand that joke, have I got a fifth season for you.
  28. Good, dirty fun.
  29. Fallon seemed a bit nervous in his monologue (who wouldn't be?), but quickly found his rhythm, firing off some snappy one-liners.
  30. The show sparkles with imagination. But Kings may be too campy for some, not campy enough for others.

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