Miami Herald's Scores

For 557 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 53% higher than the average critic
  • 1% same as the average critic
  • 46% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 9.6 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average TV Show review score: 57
Highest review score: 100 Invasion: Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 New Girl: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 288
  2. Negative: 0 out of 288
288 tv reviews
  1. It's one of the most textured dramas to hit TV in quite a while. [20 Jan 1998, p.C]
    • Miami Herald
  2. This look back at the America of 1963 breathtakingly captures the dying roars of an old culture and the triumphant cries of the new one. It may be the closest thing to time travel we'll ever experience. [29 Sep 2002, p.M8]
    • Miami Herald
  3. It's a confusing mess that defies even the most vivid imagination. [16 Sep 2001, p.21TV]
    • Miami Herald
  4. Shepherd reveals more spunk and style than she did in Moonlighting; like Candice Bergen and Burt Reynolds before her, she will soar to sitcom stardom. [02 Jan 1995, p.1F]
    • Miami Herald
  5. A stylish fraud, but a fraud nonetheless. [29 Sep 1984, p.7D]
    • Miami Herald
  6. The problem with the show, from an adult standpoint, is that all the good humor in the world isn't going to make it watchable enough to overcome the stupidity of the premise. [04 Oct 1985, p.E7]
    • Miami Herald
    • 68 Metascore
    • 60 Critic Score
    Broad strokes like these might be expected in a Norman Lear comedy of the '70s, but Goldberg's better instincts seem to be leading him to something subtler and more credible. [22 Sep 1982, p.4B]
    • Miami Herald
  7. The show can suffer wild mood swings not just week to week but hour to hour. [12 July 2006, p.E3]
    • Miami Herald
  8. No one will confuse episodic The Tommyknockers with The Twilight Zone. It relies more on cheap effects than imagination or characterizations. Even the setting is counterfeit; this New England is actually New Zealand. [8 May 1993, p.G1]
    • Miami Herald
  9. The Stand is far superior to other miniseries based on King books -- IT and The Tommyknockers -- but at twice their lengths, it's a demanding, sometimes confounding epic. The first six hours unfold, oh so slowly, as an elaborate prelude to the rousing final two hours. ABC is betting you'll still be around by Thursday night, to see divine intervention, spectacularly hellish makeup and an explosive finale. [8 May 1994, p.1]
    • Miami Herald
  10. Leaving aside King's peculiar nostalgia for the Middle Ages, the two-hour premiere of Kingdom Hospital, though a little long on weird affectations and a little short on story line, establishes an appropriately spooky atmosphere at the hospital and deftly sketches its main characters. [3 March 2004, p.4E]
    • Miami Herald
  11. The print ads for The Commish go: "Loves pasta. Sings opera. Nails scum. . . . A police commissioner you gotta love." Viewer, you don't gotta at all. The Commish and ABC should go nail themselves. [28 Sept 1991]
    • Miami Herald
  12. The cornball Walker, Texas Ranger looks like a parody early on; it has the strangest camera angles since Batman. Soon enough, it's clear this is just another violent show filled with cartoonish villains, helpless victims and a taciturn martial arts hero who lets his hands do the talking. The low point comes when a rapist ogles his victim a second time and confides to pals, "Just chalk it up to hormones." [21 Apr 1993, p.E7]
    • Miami Herald
  13. Party of Five is easily Fox's best new series this season...The young actors, especially Wolf, give heartfelt performances, and when they talk about their departed parents, the pain comes through. There are some Fox touches -- the knockout new nanny, for one -- but Party of Five is far from being a life-without-parents fantasy. [12 Sept 1994, p.C1]
    • Miami Herald
  14. Television has rarely been so bold as to present a series like Wonderland, which is intelligently written and acted with conviction and passion. [30 March 2000, p.2E]
    • Miami Herald
  15. Unlike The Real World, Making The Band has far more hopeful, giddy moments where you can't help but root for these guys to make it. [24 March 2000, p.1E]
    • Miami Herald
  16. Fortunately, there's still a lot of substance. With help from some of the Homicide crew - Detective John Munch has a cameo - Fontana and Levinson give The Beat depth through interesting and often quirky subplots. [20 March 2000, p.1C]
    • Miami Herald
  17. The result is a testament to Scorsese's considerable story-telling skills. With no narration at all, No Direction Home is an intricate yet seamless account of an elusive subject whose own friends call him a shape-shifter. [26 Sep 2005, p.E3]
    • Miami Herald
  18. Cop Rock is neither a realistic police drama nor a convincing musical. It's an experiment that's rarely arresting. [26 Sep 1990, p.D1]
    • Miami Herald
  19. I like this show, but am not bowled over by it, and I couldn't imagine racing home each week to see it. Kellie Martin had more compelling adventures on "Life Goes On". As for oft-invoked comparisons to "Catcher in the Rye", forget it. [25 Aug 1994, p.G1]
    • Miami Herald
  20. Tucker, despite having Katey Sagal from "Married . . . With Children" as Aunt Claire, plays as a weak copy of Malcolm. [2 Oct 2000, p.1E]
    • Miami Herald
  21. You could do worse than check this out. [26 Sept 2002, p.E1]
    • Miami Herald
  22. There's no depth in Bodwatch -- er, Baywatch. It is what it is -- a day at the beach. Hunks 'n' Babes with Bodacious Bods, Sullying Sand 'n' Surf with Silly Stories. [22 Sept 1989, p.1]
    • Miami Herald
  23. Swift pacing energizes the movie, and Schulman writes compelling scenes for the large cast. Many actors, who have only one scene to make an impression, meet the challenge splendidly. [11 Sept 1993, p.G1]
    • Miami Herald
  24. Well, call me a party pooper, but I was bored to tears by the thing. It's just the type of silly gimmick that I'm quite susceptible to. Yet I found ALF shrill, predictable and not in the least bit funny. I'm pretty sure that's because it is shrill, predictable and not in the least bit funny. [22 Sept 1986, p.C1]
    • Miami Herald
  25. Given the gamut of Lois' emotions, it's no wonder Teri Hatcher can't get a handle on her character. For his part, the handsome but wooden Dean Cain won't make anyone forget Christopher Reeve as the Man of Steel -- not even the scene in which the hunky former pro football player wears only a towel. He's just So-So-Man. [12 Sept 1993, p.1]
    • Miami Herald
  26. The Flash is one of the most pleasant surprises of the fall season. It's one of CBS' best new shows, and it is spectacular- looking. [20 Sept 1990, p.G1]
    • Miami Herald
  27. What's missing is a soul, a reason to care what happens to the characters. Carter also fails to give viewers enough critical insights to fully understand the complex premise.[8 Oct 1999, p.1E]
    • Miami Herald
    • 70 Metascore
    • 60 Critic Score
    It is so good and bad all at once that you just have to watch it. Remember, it's based on a comic book. [11 June 2001, p.2C]
    • Miami Herald
  28. It sounds smarmy and cliched. But Hidden Hills is really a wry meditation on stale, overworked marriages that's both funny and insightful. [24 Sept 2002, p.E1]
    • Miami Herald

Top Trailers