The first thing I did after moving to my own place was get a 55-inch TV. My DVR fills up fast because I have extreme difficulty canceling a series pass, apparently. When I'm not watching the teevees, I'm planning new features for SideReel!
I stand by my pan. Every character is one-dimensional and clichéd and the tech is a strange combination of ho-hum and silly. Genius is not synonymous with social awkwardness or in Walter's case, raging egotism.
The only saving grace was the preposterous airplane v. sports car scene, which was well executed despite being absurd.
Expectations completely exceeded... this show is hilarious and more than just Andy writ large. This is the funniest show on my slate these days!
You know what is better than a few celebrity interviews? Four possibly drunken celebrities sitting on the same couch while interviewed by a fabulously funny and flamboyant Irishman.
Throw in the some internet fails, musical guests, skits, occasional audience participation, the RED CHAIR, all with a UK spin and that is one amusing show.
Cute, but I can't support that kind of behavior, not even in fictionalized media.
Téa Leoni is charming and a fantastic casting choice, giving this show a lot more potential than it otherwise would have. Actually, all the of the cast is pretty great, especially Tim Daly as her husband. The show lacks subtlety though, beating you over the head with the point of whatever political crisis of the week is at hand, but perhaps it will grow out of it.
It started strong, but ended silly. I love me some superheroes, but this show really crapped out after the first season when Bryan Fuller left.
Archer is the brain child of Adam Reed and is easily one of the funniest shows ever created. Do yourself a favor and watch it immediately -- perhaps not with your parents.
In an amusing twist, most of the voice actors look a lot like their animated counterparts, with the exception of H. Jon Benjamin, although he and Archer do share striking blue eyes!
I can't get over how precious this show is. It is distinctly not American, which I find interesting and charmingly different, and the interactions between all the family members are so genuine. Josh's discovery of his sexuality is one of the best depictions of LGBT life that I've seen in awhile. Go directly to Hulu and start watching.
Animals are awesome, and the leads are hot, but the premise is intolerably stupid.
Slick, watchable, well-produced, but ultimately merely a soulless sci-fi Sherlock Holmes rip-off.