By: Tim Holland Smash is
midseason’s best new show. The terrific musical drama stars American Idol runner-up Katharine McPhee
as a New York waitress who dreams of starring on Broadway, specifically landing
the lead in a new musical about Marilyn Monroe more
The Firm hit a rough patch in its first Saturday outing. It feels less disjointed this time out, but it's still missing that something that held my attention when it began.
If you're reading this, you know that The Firm has been bounced to Saturday nights, and therefore probably doesn't have much time left on the air. It's an unfortunate coincidence that its first ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2012/02/ more
This week's sixth installment of The Firm belongs to its guest star, but also reveals some important pieces of the puzzle, so it's a necessary stepping stone to bigger things.
After a strong start, The Firm's fourth chapter wavers - but that also serves to reinforce what makes this show tick and why the series should stick to its guns.
After Sunday's thorough two-hour premiere, The Firm arrives on its regular date and time with another piece that sheds more light on its heroes. Satisfaction from it likely depends on what elemen... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2012/01 more
" Chapter Three " continued in the same vein as the 2 hour series premiere, starting off with some high tension Mitch McDeere chasing during the present time before jumping backwards in time to focus on Mitch, his clients, and his first real steps as a pa more
Did The Firm need a two hour pilot on Sunday to introduce use to McDeare (who is supposed to be ten years older than Tom Cruise when he played the part in the 90s but honestly looks like he could pass for a teenager on a CW show wit more