Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Sunday, April 6, 2014 Tuesday, April 1, 2014 Monday, March 31, 2014
Crisis

NBC’s newest show Crisis is so far so good. At first I was a little skeptical about the show. With NBC basically shoveling the trailer down audiences throats in commercials form, It seemed like i already knew the whole plot and story. I was so fed up with the commercials it felt like the show had already failed me. When the show finally aired it was a pleasant surprise. In the first episode alone there were several interesting plot twists (that I won’t divulge for those who haven’t seen it yet). 

The show has an unique concept: kidnapping the children on politically 
 powerful people in order to get those people to do things for them. The mastermind behind all of this is a parent who was framed by the CIA, divorced by his wife, and estranged by his daughter. The FBI is of course trying, and failing, to find the kidnapped kids but it is the unlikely pairing of a secret service agent, who was able to rescue one of the kids from the kidnapping, and an FBI agent who’s daughter is one of the kidnapped but the daughter doesn’t know it. 

The show is pretty good so far but it seems unlikely to go more than a season. The kidnappers either fulfill their plan or they get caught or some combination of the two. It will be exciting to see where the story goes.

Crisis

NBC’s newest show Crisis is so far so good. At first I was a little skeptical about the show. With NBC basically shoveling the trailer down audiences throats in commercials form, It seemed like i already knew the whole plot and story. I was so fed up with the commercials it felt like the show had already failed me. When the show finally aired it was a pleasant surprise. In the first episode alone there were several interesting plot twists (that I won’t divulge for those who haven’t seen it yet).

The show has an unique concept: kidnapping the children on politically
powerful people in order to get those people to do things for them. The mastermind behind all of this is a parent who was framed by the CIA, divorced by his wife, and estranged by his daughter. The FBI is of course trying, and failing, to find the kidnapped kids but it is the unlikely pairing of a secret service agent, who was able to rescue one of the kids from the kidnapping, and an FBI agent who’s daughter is one of the kidnapped but the daughter doesn’t know it.

The show is pretty good so far but it seems unlikely to go more than a season. The kidnappers either fulfill their plan or they get caught or some combination of the two. It will be exciting to see where the story goes.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 Sunday, March 23, 2014 Sunday, March 16, 2014
Chuck

Chuck was a quirky but hilarious show on NBC. The premise was the all of the governments top secret files got downloaded into the head of a nerd who works at a computer store. The government sends to agents to watch over, protect, and eventually train Chuck to be a spy. 

This show, while it did have its cheesey moments, was one of the best shows on TV. It had the best hidden and not so hidden pop culture references ever. There was good action sequences, great guest stars, and some of the most lovable characters on TV. Though there was nothing special about the camera movements or the editing in Chuck, the writing was phenomenal. You immediately get attached to Chuck Bartowski and his friends and family. That along with Twists and turns throughout the five short seasons make Chuck irresistible to watch and love.

Chuck

Chuck was a quirky but hilarious show on NBC. The premise was the all of the governments top secret files got downloaded into the head of a nerd who works at a computer store. The government sends to agents to watch over, protect, and eventually train Chuck to be a spy.

This show, while it did have its cheesey moments, was one of the best shows on TV. It had the best hidden and not so hidden pop culture references ever. There was good action sequences, great guest stars, and some of the most lovable characters on TV. Though there was nothing special about the camera movements or the editing in Chuck, the writing was phenomenal. You immediately get attached to Chuck Bartowski and his friends and family. That along with Twists and turns throughout the five short seasons make Chuck irresistible to watch and love.

Best New Show 2013-Almost Human

The best new show of 2013 award goes to Fox’s Almost Human. Almost Human is set in the near future where cops are paired with robots as partners. Usually the robots are as un human as possible, but for the one detective that doesn’t work. He could be said to be an “older model” in terms of how he relates to technology. Because he keeps destroying the robot he gets paired with, the commissioner pairs him with a older robot model that was programmed to be as human as possible. Together they solve crimes and pursue mysteries. 

Almost Human is interesting, insightful, humorous, and has a good story. 

Congratulations to Almost Human for Best New Show!

Best New Show 2013-Almost Human

The best new show of 2013 award goes to Fox’s Almost Human. Almost Human is set in the near future where cops are paired with robots as partners. Usually the robots are as un human as possible, but for the one detective that doesn’t work. He could be said to be an “older model” in terms of how he relates to technology. Because he keeps destroying the robot he gets paired with, the commissioner pairs him with a older robot model that was programmed to be as human as possible. Together they solve crimes and pursue mysteries.

Almost Human is interesting, insightful, humorous, and has a good story.

Congratulations to Almost Human for Best New Show!

Monday, March 10, 2014