TAGGED AS: Best and Worst, Fall TV
Fall TV Scorecard 2015
Adjusted Score: 8281%
Critics Consensus: Somebody please get Dr. Ken a doctor; seeking any signs of life. Or humor.
Adjusted Score: 10377%
Critics Consensus: Rosewood comes up anything but roses with a poorly written, ill-paced, and overall insubstantial entry in the crowded procedural genre.
Adjusted Score: 15757%
Critics Consensus: Truth Be Told wants to be topically edgy, but only sends viewers on a bland descent into a world of unfunny and grating sitcom characters.
Adjusted Score: 19331%
Critics Consensus: Wicked City falls prey to the style-over-substance stereotype of the decade in which it takes place - although it does have a killer '80s soundtrack.
Adjusted Score: 15500%
Critics Consensus: Often unfunny and occasionally creepy, Donny! draws unfavorable comparisons to any number of superior improvisational comedies.
Adjusted Score: 29451%
Critics Consensus: Best Time Ever isn't.
Adjusted Score: 27138%
Critics Consensus: Unintentionally hilarious, poorly paced, and overall redundant, Agent X is a secret agent drama that should have remained secret.
Adjusted Score: 30036%
Critics Consensus: The Art of More is in need of more: more logic, more solid character development, and more interesting serialized narrative.
Adjusted Score: 30152%
Critics Consensus: Lacking either the action or the imagination of its big-screen predecessor, Minority Report is a pedestrian spinoff that fails to capture the vision of the film.
Adjusted Score: 30319%
Critics Consensus: Hand of God boasts a talented cast and intriguing premise, but neither are enough to overcome a resounding lack of meaningful drama or impactful thrills.
Adjusted Score: 21035%
Critics Consensus: Moonbeam City wildly overestimates the effectiveness of its attempts at over-the-top humor, leaving viewers with little more than a derivative disappointment.
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