It's the usual "Jersey Shore" wannabe, only situated on different but even less-authentic shores.
A fun soundtrack from Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, great dance numbers, and appealing leads compensate for the overwhelming sense of been there, done that.
The six-hour "Hatfields & McCoys" has a certain grungy intensity, a la "Deadwood," but also features arid stretches, and too many supporting characters who register so sparingly you barely get to…
An overlong period piece that's earnest and handsome, true, but strangely inert, and perhaps because Ernest Hemingway's larger-than-life persona is so familiar, frequently feels stilted and cliched.
Even with a game, mostly appealing cast, the pilot provides scant incentive to invest in a weekly subscription.