This show was my first experience with Bryan Fuller and I fell in love. This is the least morbid of his shows, so it is a good one to start with. Just know going in that Bryan does not take himself very seriously, so it may be a bit quirkier than you are used to.
I'm so bummed this is canceled. From what I remember, it does deviate from the book a bit, but I think they did a really good job. My only complaint is that it really should be a mini-series instead of a series, and it wouldn't have been canceled prematurely.
This show is exciting, emotional, and surprising. I love the characters so much, so I find myself invested in every situation. I'm not sure how realistic many of the situations are, but I appreciate this show for what it is.
I woke up at 1 am when the show was released on Netflix to watch the revival, with coffee and cookie dough at my side. I liked it for the most part (the pool scenes were a bit weird and over the top) but I laughed and I cried and squealed and screamed. There were so many familiar faces, so it was very sweet to return to Stars Hollow. I'm not 100% happy. I guess Amy wants some things left up to the audience's imaginations, but I just want to KNOW, you know? Anyway, be prepared for a ride.
I really loved watching what happened after Captain America: The First Avenger ended. Peggy is kick ass; I only wish I could be as awesome as she is. I am very disappointed that it was canceled before we got to see SHIELD fully formed.
This was my favorite show during the summer of 2014, so of course Fox went and canceled it. I will compare it to "The Mob Doctor" only because it is a show within a genre that could easily be another procedural cop (or medical) show but is made more interesting by the main character's involvement in a gang. If you like cop shows and "The Mob Doctor" or "Gotham", this show is for you.