I'm trying to think of a good reason why you should care about my opinion on ABC Family's "State of Georgia."
The new multi-camera comedy is ABC Family's third new series premiere in a month and if you're like me and you mostly think of Raven-Symone as a mugging moppet from the later years of "The Cosby Show," there's very little chance that you're anywhere near the audience being targeted by this one.
I guess my best argument is this: I also wasn't the target demographic for "The Nine Lives of Chloe King" or "Switched at Birth," but I'm still enjoying the former and I have a qualified respect for the latter. Good TV is good TV. And good comedy is good comedy. I've watched mere minutes of ABC Family's way-too-broad "Melissa & Joey," but I often found amusement in "10 Things I Hate About You." So who knows?
While I don't have a demographic predisposition to heaping all of ABC Family's programming onto my TV plate, I'm not so snobby as to reject the full slate out of hand, especially if all that's required to make my own judgement is watching two quick half-hour episodes. Read More...