Eerie, Indiana : Season 1

  • Network: NBC
  • Series Premiere Date: Sep 15, 1991
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Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
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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. Mar 15, 2017
    10
    As evidenced by my username, I love this show. Third only to Stranger Things as number two and Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency asAs evidenced by my username, I love this show. Third only to Stranger Things as number two and Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency as number one, this show is one of the best I have ever seen. Everyone from Mr. Radford to Marshall to Dash to Simon, oh GOD, Simon, just makes me smile. "The Lost Hour" was incredible, "Zombies in PJs" was hilarious, "Heart on a Chain" was surprisingly mature, "The ATM" was sweet, and the ending of "The Broken Record" made me cry. Wonderful show. Full Review »
  2. 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 »