Best-Reviewed New TV Shows 2014
Adjusted Score: 102210%
Critics Consensus: Jane the Virgin's dubious premise has become part of its unlikely charm -- along with delightfully diverse writing and a knockout performance by Gina Rodriguez.
Adjusted Score: 99554%
Critics Consensus: Based on the film of the same name in atmosphere, style and location only, Fargo presents more quirky characters and a new storyline that is expertly executed with dark humor and odd twists.
Adjusted Score: 100382%
Critics Consensus: As much about a change in television as it is about personal change, Transparent raises the bar for programming with sophistication and sincere dedication to the human journey, warts and all.
Adjusted Score: 94669%
Critics Consensus: The Flash benefits from its purposefully light atmosphere, making it a superhero show uniquely geared toward genre fans as well as novices.
Adjusted Score: 91834%
Critics Consensus: The Missing turns a common premise into a standout thriller with heartfelt, affecting performances.
Adjusted Score: 96669%
Critics Consensus: Olive Kitteridge's narrative slow burn enhances fascinating performances -- and a story worthy of its source material.
Adjusted Score: 96433%
Critics Consensus: From its talented producers to its clever writing and superb leads, Broad City boasts an uncommonly fine pedigree.
Adjusted Score: 91924%
Critics Consensus: Thanks to some smart, creative storytelling and spectacular performances, The Affair is a somber, bewitching exploration of truth and desire.
Adjusted Score: 97269%
Critics Consensus: Silicon Valley is a relevant, often hilarious take on contemporary technology and the geeks who create it that benefits from co-creator Mike Judge's real-life experience in the industry.
Adjusted Score: 80274%
Critics Consensus: High production values, a talented cast, and an appealingly stylized approach to the Batman mythos help Gotham overcome its occasionally familiar themes.
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