Great TV show.Complex characters that tend to exist in the grey areas while trying to do the best they can at their job, which is definitely not easy. Storylines are complex leading to many moral situations where they don't always make the best decisions.
I started with Chicago Fire and tried out Chicago PD when a spin off was announced. I'll probably continue to try out new Chicago franchise TV shows they do come out with. I do like how they're still continue to have characters overlap from both shows, but it's not obnoxious or intrusive. I don't much care for the L&O series, but I'm particularly enjoying this Dick Wolf show.
One of my all time favorite shows and I've been watching since the beginning. It's been wonderful to watch the character progression from the beginning and to see the characters who have come and gone throughout the years and the ones who have stayed. I'm very interested to see where the character development is going to go from here. I think people tend to get too caught up in the perpetuation of the geek stereotype, but it's still working for this show and sometimes people just need to learn to laugh at themselves. I see myself all the time in this show.
Love the guest characters we've had throughout the years especially the recurring ones of Wil Wheaton as Sheldon's nemesis and both Sheldon and Leonard's mother.
My new favorite show to recommend to others to watch! The show is full of very funny moments and easy to remember quips like how "What the ham sandwich" is going to be my new go to for all retorts. The show lends itself to be easily binge watched in one sitting. Can't wait to see what the second season has in store.
I really didn't enjoy Dick Wolf's L&O series, but somehow this is different enough that this is a show that I enjoy. Characters are flawed but relatable. There have definitely been some ups and downs at Firehouse 51. I do like that we see the inner working relationship between truck, squad, and ambo; there is definite friction at times. I do wish we could get some more stabilization in the working relationships of the crew members as well as their personal relationships.
Max Black telling it like it is since 2011! Kat Dennings has great delivery for Max's lines. These girls just cannot catch a break, but it does make for some good television. Here's hoping that cupcake business takes off someday. The supporting cast from the diner is wonderful and brings the show together: Earl, Oleg, Sophie, Han, as well as the random diner customer.
Interesting look at the NYPD/judicial system from the top down. Starting at the top at 1PP with the police commissioner father and a former police commissioner grandfather. Two sons on the police force: one a detective and the other a patrolman; also a third son who previously was on the force prior to dying. One daughter as an ADA with DA's office. Very interesting social dynamics between coworkers and within the family. Every episode has a Sunday dinner where the family discusses everything. I would love to see more scenes focused on the trying of cases versus the police rundown of everything.
Weird, quirky, and adorkable are only 3 adjectives to describe Grace Helbig. Making the transition from YouTube to TV is going well. Interesting array of guests so far with inventive interview techniques. Glad to see the many other YouTubers as guest stars instead of just traditional celebrities.
A life in progress interrupted. A terminal bachelor finds out he has a twenty-something son he never knew about plus surprise, surprise a granddaughter. It turns out the boy's mom is the one who got away also. Jimmy (Stamos) is finding it hard to adapt to the new facets of his life including Gerald (Peck), Sara (Brewster) and little Edie. Comedy ensues while Jimmy figures out how this new development fits into his life from here.
Show definitely has potential and needs more rounded out. Show centers around Ken & Allison and their 2 kids, Molly and Dave. Both are doctors with Allison working as a therapist and Ken working at Welltopia with his quirky boss and coworkers. Show seems a bit predictable at times but show might just need time to flesh out. Also agree with the other review saying the ultimate breakout star is Dave who is just on spot with his comebacks and quips.
A show where two unlikely personalities come together when their husbands decide they would rather be together as a new couple than continue to be with their wives. A story about how people can adapt no matter what life throws at them.