• Network: NBC
  • Series Premiere Date: Sep 15, 1991
  • Season #: 1
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  1. Reviewed by: David Hiltbrand
    Jun 25, 2013
    83
    Imagine Twin Peaks for preteens.
  2. Reviewed by: Ken Tucker
    Jun 9, 2013
    75
    At its best, Eerie combines two pop-culture phenomena: the substantial youth market for supernatural fiction ... plus the let's-take these-young-people-seriously attitude that made Beverly Hills, 90210 and Doogie Howser; M.D. touchstones for teen TV audience. ... So far, however, the show's concepts have been funnier than its scripts.
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  1. Oct 5, 2012
    10
    Set in 'Weirdsville, Indiana', Eerie is the kind of town Americans move to when they want to settle down and have a normal, wholesome lifeSet in 'Weirdsville, Indiana', Eerie is the kind of town Americans move to when they want to settle down and have a normal, wholesome life with children. The Tellers move from New Jersey to do exactly that, but they didn't reckon on their inquisitive youngest, 13-year-old Marshall Teller, becoming obsessed with the odd goings-on in this suburban pocket of the universe which is far from normal. There were nineteen episodes of this amazing programme, and I was thirteen when I watched it for the first time. I was hooked immediately, and loved every minute of it. But farther down the line in life, I began to appreciate just how relevant the themes are in each episode. Witty, imaginative and genuinely experimental, as I became a writer myself I would constantly self-reference my own standards back to the comic, dramatic and anarchic directions Eerie, Indiana explored. If you've never seen this programme, I won't spoil it for you, but just buy it. You'll watch the DVDs until the disc wear out or you do. 10/10 Full Review »