Review of The Librarians

60 minutes

TNT returns to the world of its hit movie franchise The Librarian with a brand new series from Electric Entertainment and executive producers Dean Devlin, John Rogers and Marc Roskin. Starring Rebecca Romijn, the series focuses on an ancient organization hidden beneath the Metropolitan Public Library that solves impossible mysteries, fights supernatural threats and recovers powerful artifacts from around the world. Noah Wyle will also executive-produce and play a recurring role in the series, reprising his role as Flynn Carsen from the movie trilogy.
by UnknownfearContributor
Nov 2, 2015 6:00AM EST

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This review is for Season 2.

When the Librarians first premiered it was fun, nostalgic and filled a giant ol' Warehouse 13 gap. The characters had joyful personalities and he plots had just enough history to make them enjoyable without getting lost in nonsense.

Enter season 2. Lose any historical accuracy in place for magic, fictional characters coming to life and so much whimsical you could start a circus. I totally get that The Librarians is not a serious show and that it doesn't take itself seriously, but we are supposed to like it; and now they are just making us feel like bafoons for trying our hardest to continue to like something that has lost al touch with reality. It's as if it was written by 5 year olds, for 5 year olds. Upsetting. But, Lindy Booth is a super cutie; and so, I shall give it another go, if not just for her.


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