It's cheaper than a night at the theater, certainly, but even by TV-movie standards, decidedly off-Broadway.
It's not bad, as inexpensive summer filler goes, but by spreading its premiere across two parts, the show makes like a boorish guest and overstays its welcome.
The mix of disjointed characters brings to mind the formula for "Community." Based on that show's minimal ratings but cultish devotion, it's an assessment that qualifies as a mixed blessing…
Disturbingly condescending and almost irresistibly cheeky, this exploitation of deep-fried Southern rubes is balanced by the fact they'll all likely be much richer, ultimately, for the experience -…
A predictable dose of hijinks in a beachfront setting to while away hot (or boring) summer nights.
As nostalgic summer alternatives go, producer/director/co-writer Kevin Burns makes an offering you shouldn't refuse.
The show's stock assortment of characters does save time by telegraphing practically every joke. After viewing three episodes, last call couldn't come soon enough.
Ostensibly designed to push USA closer to FX-bordering-on-HBO territory, "Political Animals" is an odd duck.
The clever conceit behind "Beverly Hills Nannies" -- aside from the sitcom-like title -- is the show isn't really about nannies at all, but rather the "insane requests" they field from wealthy…
Simply put, there's no more unpredictable series, and its delicate handling of combustible ingredients will be admired and studied by writers for years to come.
Fortunately, "Trust Us With Your Life" comes from the creators of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" so they -- and ABC -- have nobody to sue but themselves.