This show is so good that after one episode, I immediately downloaded the book. I made it to book 5 during the first hiatus. I loved how faithful the show was to the first novel, and was even pleased with the small changes they did make. I'm looking forward to season two in France!
It's fun to see some actors I loved in previous shows take on these light-heated roles: Lindy Booth (October Road), Noah Wyle (ER), Jane Curtain (Unforgettable), and Bob Newhart. The show, which centers around Librarians who are the keepers of magical knowledge and artifacts, has a Harry Potter feel to it. Gather the family around for this all-ages action/comedy.
This show has grown on me. It seemed cheesy at first, but now that I'm used to the actors' quirks, I'm actually learning things about tech that I didn't know existed. They are airing 2 new episodes a week though. Seems like that doesn't bode well for the fate of the series. Are they unloading the episodes and getting ready to dump the show?
I tried to give this show a try, because the premise is interesting, and ABC family has done a great job in the past handling sensitive issues on their shows. I didn't like this one though. I just don't like reality TV. Everything felt so staged. The conversations seemed abrupt and rehearsed at the same time. I'm going to pass.
A great mystery series that has certainly stood the test of time. Most episodes are set in fictitious rural English villages where the lives of everyone in the town are intertwined and secrets are divulged over the course of multiple murders. The main character, DCI Barnaby, and his sidekick solve crimes to the backdrop of quaint British culture.
This is one of the best shows of all time. Just look at what became of the cast later! What on earth happened to get the show tragically canceled after only one season? More importantly, why didn't I hear about this show when it was on, and just discovered it over a decade later?