I didn't watch the premiere of Do Not Disturb, but if even the people behind the show are saying it was bad, it can't have been too good...
Producers behind the series have taken an interesting approach, sending out a letter to TV critics which admitted fault:
"We here at Do Not Disturb agree that by airing the "Work Sex" episode before airing the actual pilot we created much confusion and we deserve all the criticism, the bad puns (i.e. "an early checkout from the fall season," "Do Not Make in the First Place," etc.) and, yes, even the accusation that it very well could be the final nail in the multicamera sitcom's coffin." They even went so far as to apologize "for being the perpetrators of such bad television."
However, the producers have assured the critics that future episodes are better and are begging them to give Do Not Disturb another chance!
What do you say? Are you willing to?