Some people would sell their souls for an apartment on New York's Park Avenue. And Midwestern couple Henry and Jane may have to do just that--and more--once they become managers of a highrise that is home to the rich, the famous, and the spooky. Dave Annable and Rachael Taylor star.
I wish this had been given a proper send off. I really liked this show, it was spooky and had the potential to be scary but I had the feeling the budget and energy (from writers? producers?) just wasn't there. The cast gave it their all but it was doomed. :/
Please don't let the title bother you , religious ways . At first I was sceptical about watching this because of 666 and the bible THANG but wow guys it's so worth watching this as it's more about the actors and hoe a Hotel has it's own life . WOW for the ending
I like the entire cast and it's a horror show, pretty much why I wanted to watch at least the 13 episodes that were produced. It's a intriguing and suspenseful show that had potential if explored further. I still enjoyed it, if not for the spectacular cast.
This show had a decent idea but it wasn't executed well. The writers and producers tried to do too much in so little time. 666 Park Avenue did have it's good moments; the mystery and history of the building was very intriguing. The show was well acted and the base outline of the show was a good idea but it lacked emphasis and direction. I don't suggest watching this show.