This is like one of those comedies that isn't that great, but you still watch it because it keeps you entertained! I really like this show, the crazy Asian family drama and comedy that the cast serves up.
It's also interesting for the show to be focused on a different cultural dynamic which adds a fresh perspective from typical American comedies.
When this show began, I was sceptical as to whether I'd like it or not, especially with the title 'Selfie' so I didn't really give it a second thought. After learning that the show had been cancelled, I read a few positive reviews and I decided to give it a go, and to my surprise, I enjoyed watching this show!
I like that it deals with current issues and the impact of social media and the breakdown of how the seemingly self-centred Eliza is actually a good person under the facade. I'm sad that the show was cancelled, mainly because I wanted to see Eliza and Henry get together but I feel like the show would've struggled to maintain its interest and develop the plot further.
I watched a few episodes of this show, and just couldn't fall in love with it. Maybe I'll give it another chance sometime down along the line because I liked Boy Meets World, but I'm not holding my breath.
Like every other BMW fan, I awaited this show with high hopes and for me, it seems to be a let down. I think it's all down the acting which isn't well delivered and storylines which are way too over the top to be realistic! Also, the focus on an immature pre-teen girls' drama just doesn't tickle my fancy - been there and done that, thanks!
I used to really like this show, but now it's a snoozefest! There's something different and lacking in the show, and it's just going downhill for me. I love to have a good laugh, and the jokes just don't tickle me as they did before.
With that said, I do love Bernadette, I think she's one of the stronger and more interesting characters on the show - I wish we had more of her. I don't get why some people prefer Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting to her, for example, Kaley won the recent PCA for Favourite Comedic TV Actress which I think Melissa Rauch should've been nominated for instead. Also, I don't get why Raj plays a mediocre role, surely they can make him more interesting! It's so disappointing to see these actors not living up to their full potential, the show definitely needs more emphasis on character development and storylines to get back up to par.
I can't remember why I started watching this show in the first place - maybe because of the hunky guys? ;) It was poorly written and the scenes were lackluster and too fake but it gets 2.5 stars from me due to the cast i.e. Marc Blucas and Michael Trucco, obviously. I watched the two unaired episodes last night (I like to finish things that I start, no matter how crappy they are) and was reminded of how awful this show is - no wonder it was cancelled! Kudos.
This show had me hooked! It had a good dose of steamy and racy drama as well as underlying struggles such as a mother doing whatever she can to support her family. It's such a shame it was cancelled after two seasons but I wonder if the plot would've struggled to develop if there were more seasons - you can only take a massage parlour with 'special favours' so far.
I struggled to keep watching this show and I only continued to the end because I like finishing shows that I start. I didn't really enjoy this show that much and the plot was either lackluster or utterly ridiculous at times - however, there were some good bits particularly with Naomi's drama.
This show isn't all that great when compared to other comedies but I enjoy it nonetheless - think of it as one of those crappy shows you just love watching! I love the drama and banter among the characters, and over time, this show has just gotten better and better.
This show takes the GBBO franchise to another level with professionals whipping up high-end masterpieces rather than the homely classics churned out by British amateur bakers that fans love. It really takes us into another world with many French pastries and towering showstoppers which we can only dream of. The level of expertise, knowledge and craftsmanship is astounding!
However, I think that the show lacks in character and charisma from the judges and Season 2 host. The judges are very strict and harsh critics, pointing out every tiny flaw, and contrast against the light-hearted flair of Paul and Mary. Cherish is particularly brutal at times when she pulls out her ruler and scale to measure and weigh finished pieces! Nonetheless, it is still an intriguing show and one I am eager to continue watching!