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Perfect Harmony (2019)
I, generally, don't like sitcoms but this one is okay. I like the actors who play the main characters so that helps. Watch it and see what you think.
Beat Bobby Flay (2013)
Only created, IMO, to play to Flay's ego
I am nor impressed with this series. I feel like it was created to play to Flay's ego. I am not sure he is all that good of a cook. If you watched Iron Chef, you saw he lost to other chefs as much as he won. I don't know why I started watching this.
Spin the Wheel (2019)
The best rating I could give
I thought this was lame. Dax Shepard looks like he is bored to be there, at least half the time. Look at his eyes. They are blank. I didn't know about "The Wall" before seeing this but now I have and Chris Hardwick is the total opposite of Shepard. If they want to keep this show going (because they need the money-right?), they need a different host as Shepard totally bombed. I love game shows but I doubt I would come back for another season.
Family Food Fight (2019)
Better Then Valerie Bertinelli's show.
I like this show better then the one from the Food Network. At least we don't hear "Isn't this Fun?"
The Last Czars (2019)
I was hoping this would be interesting but it is not. And, to boot, was it necessary to include thenudity and graphic sex scenes if this is supposed to be historical? Talk about including stuff for the titillation! How about just telling the accurate story?
Four Weddings and a Funeral (2019)
Six stars is the best I can give this and it's a stretch. They are billing this as based on the film "Four Weddings and a Funeral" but I don't see the connection at all unless you count the brief appearance of Andie MacDowell. I think this series was made for those in the late teens and early 20's. Definitely summer fare. And still more then 2 months until premiere time for the fall. Sigh
Interesting idea but......
I started watcging because I thought it was an interesting concept but it is losing me fast. Some seriously bad acting. I used to think that the studios needed to give other actors a chance instead of always casting the same people over and over, but I am not so sure any more. I am omly on the thrid episode and I am getting ready to bail. I have given it a generous 4. That may be too generous.
Grand Hotel (2019)
Bad soap opera
In Florida. Just another one of those lightweight summer series. I don't plan on wasting any more time.
Project Runway (2004)
I am so done with Project Runway. I am thrilled for Sebastion that he won but that is not enough. Heidi was annoying but this new host is so far beyond that-annoying plus. I liked Christian but I miss Tim. I have had it and will no longer waste my time and my life with this nonsense.
Blood & Treasure (2019)
Not Indiana Jones
Not Indiana Jones-more like National Treasure with lesser actors. National Treasure was hopeless but this is worse. Save your time.
Designated Survivor (2016)
Third season is a dud
I really liked "Designated Survivor" for the first two seasons (gave them a rating of 9) and was happy when they announced that Netfkix was going to do a thrid season, but not only is this season dull (do they have new script writers?) but they have added crude language and graphic sex which is disappointing. The story line of Kirkman running for president is done in a lousy way. The new characters are obnoxious straight down the line even though the actors who play them are, for the most part, decent actors. Overacted and with the feeling that everyone except Sutherland are just phoning it in. This is turning me off pretty quickly. How could Netflix ruin what was a decent series? Those of us who were watching it most likely didn't watch a lot of "House of Cards" and that is not what we want.
Summer of Rockets (2019)
Just plain dreary
I love British dramas but this is hopelessly boring and seems unreal. After 2 episodes, I don't think I can go for a third. I have seen many post war dramas but none were as dreary. Don't waste your time.
Good Omens (2019)
It was okay
I have found that many of the series created by the pay to view sites have been pretty mediocre, but, although I felt it took too many episodes, I found this to be entertaining.
Someone complained about the over the top (and thus bad) acting by Sheen and Tennant, but I didn't feel that way. How else would you portray these two characters?"
As for McKean's accent, give it a rest. It was amusing.
Anyway, thank goodness for something worth watching.
Proven Innocent (2019)
I don't know if it is bad acting (by everyone) or bad scripts but this is a waste of time.
Out there in TV land there are a few intereting and watchable series but this is not one of them.
Tin Star (2017)
I wasn't really all that impressed by the first season but the second was pretty intense. I like Tim Roth as an actor and that was my reason for watching. The issues I have are due to the language and violence, but Holy Moses, the last episode was vivid. They left it, sort of, open ended so there could be another season. We shall see.
Pass on this one.
This film was a waste of time. Worse, it was boring. By the time it finished, I didn't care what Collette had accomplished. I think it has to be the writing becaause the actors were fine, I guess. This must be one of those films the actors did to pay the mortgage because even they had to see what a snoozefest this script was.
No Easy Days (2018)
Its as bad as they say.
I gave it a 2 just to be different but it deserves a 1. The acting is atrocious and unbelievable. The story seemed like it had promise but I could only make it through one episode and I dislike those who review something on one episode but I can't go on watching. Do all the good Canadian actors come to the US?
The Little Drummer Girl (2018)
My twin was a fan of Le Carre so I thought I would give it a shot, but I am done. Bad Script? Definitely, poor acting. And, most damning, it's just plain boring. I couldn't even care enough to watch the third episode. Save your time.
Who is writing for this season?
I have watched this since the beginning and it was cheesy but the current season has gone from bad to worse. I am pretty much done with wasting my time om drivel. Find some mew writers, please. This feels like really bad TV and it is going from bad to worse.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018)
Don't even bother
I am a devoted ABBA fan but was disappointed by the first Mamma Mia film. This is worse. The plot, if you want to call it that, is barely existent and all you have to hang on to is the music. I just see this as quick money for the producers, staff, and actors. IMO, they don't care how lame this is as long as their checks clear. And, why, why, why include Cher? She is barely there. I felt it was a total waste of money for me.
I have not read these books but if they are as bad as this series, that will never happen. I have watched all of the episodes and rarely been so bored-ever-by anything. If they make more, I won't be watching. To me, this series is for the easily entertained. I am so bored, already, with Count Olaf. I have read there is a movie but, even that, no longer interests me.
There are some decent actors such as Joan Cusak and Patrick Warburton and, of course, the children, especially Sunny, but even they are not worth continuing with this series.
And the theme song is really annoying.
Rillington Place (2016)
Long, slow, and not worth spending time on.
While the acting of the principal actors is fine, especially Tim Roth. this mini-series just drags on and on. The way they have set up the narrative is odd and it just plods along.
The story is mildly interesting because it was the mishandling of the case against Timothy Evans and his subsequent execution that eventually led to the abolition of the death penalty in the UK.
The series is very dark and the ending is abrupt. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone despite the fact that it is from the BBC which has produced a lot of fine programming. Since this story has been told several times before, I am not sure why another telling was necessary.
American Gothic (2016)
Holy Cow, this is so not worth watching
I made it through the first 3 episodes and then wondered why I was wasting time that could have been better spent.
I know summer fillers are often not worthwhile but this one is right up there near the top when it comes to being that waste. IMO, it is poorly written. Among the characters there is not one, so far, that has any redeeming qualities except the cop who married into the family. It is both overacted and underacted.
What is more, is that by this time, I don't even care who the killer was (is).
Was this just created as a vehicle to give Virginia Madsen a job?
MasterChef Australia (2009)
Professionalism with heart
I have had fun, finally, watching a version of Masterchef where the contestants are kind to each other and support each other. They behave in a professional manner while having fun-no pop tarts in 6 inch heels; no back stabbing; and, for me, no crude and coarse language. It's easy to watch and enjoy. The judges seem to have a kindness that comes out in so many ways. It may just be the best food competition reality show out there.
I watched both the US version and the UK version and became disgusted. The language, the attitudes shown by the judges (and, often, the contestants) from each series turned me off so quickly that I gave up. I just happened to stumble across Masterchef Australia and I have, now, streamed all of the seasons (currently in the middle of the latest one) and it continues to be fun. One quickly comes to know each of the contestants and it is sad when one goes home.
I have recommended this show to others and do the same here. Go; watch; and enjoy the only reality show that I watch.
I had read about this series and was able to find a way to stream it and
I was so glad I did. There is a difference between American and British
Police procedurals that I have come to love. British shows like this are
so straightforward. They just tell the story. In a series like this you
get the entire story. Nothing is resolved in an hour (well, 45 minutes
with commercials) so you get a much more complete story. And there are so
many twists and turns, always making you think you have the answer but
you find out that that there is a new addition to complicate things. I
loved the interaction with River and Stevie (yes I know she was a
"manifest" as river called her) but their connection as actors makes the
story real, even if you have to suspend reality to absorb it. Skarsgard
plays River to a tee. So sad, so alone, missing his partner so much
that his occasional smiles and moments of joy are so sweet. I have
watched all of the episodes and the range of emotions that I had were
from A to Z. The ending was a surprise and so sad, but to see how River
has grown made me smile and tear up a little. I would recommend this to
everyone. If you judge it by only the first episode or two, you will
miss a great ride. Thumbs up to all of those involved in this
production. It was worth every minute of my time