Aug 20, 2012 3:47PM
I despise the so-called reality shows. What has happened to the drama writers. NBC and ABC are pathetic.
Aug 20, 2012 10:56PM
There is a lot of filth on TV and it is hurting this country's youth. The youth are saturated with immoral ideas, anything goes today. To be a whore is good, to speak about God is bad. Shut the TV off and read a good book.
Aug 19, 2012 8:22PM
Judging a book by its cover.... shows how great of a critic you are. A real critic would go in to every new show with an open mind and even give it 2 or 3 episodes to get its bearings. Then give the show a genuine review.
Aug 16, 2012 7:08PM
what the heck do these people know - afterall the critics also said Star Trek was a flop and took it off the air. So I guess they know what they are talking about.
Aug 20, 2012 5:19PM
I can't believe you listed How I Met Your Mother as still having it. The show was unfunny from the start. I don't know how it's still on the air. That and Private Practice. That show's incestous story line is getting old and stale. How can everyone sleep with each other and work with each other and still get along? And how do they manage to get any work done when all they think and talk about is sex?
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|Dead on Arrival|
We offer up 10 new stinkers to avoid this fall
By Mekeisha Madden Toby
NBC's "Law & Order" was one of TV's most influential and durable series. For 20 seasons, the drama ripped its plots from the headlines, inspired a number of spin-offs and introduced the world to the "chung-chung" sound between scenes. The funny thing is, "Law & Order," one of the medium's greatest successes, debuted during the 1990-91 season along with one of TV's biggest flops, "Cop Rock." But that's the spectrum of television. For every "Law & Order" there's a stinker like "Cop Rock," Steven Bochco's painful musical police procedural.
The 2012-13 slate of shows is no exception. For instance, early favorites such as FOX's "The Mindy Project" are countered by duds like FOX's "The Mob Doctor." "The Mob Doctor," which squanders the talents of Jordana Spiro ("My Boys"), isn't the only offender with little to no hope of survival. Read on for a complete list of this season's flatliners.
Bing: 'The Mob Doctor'