TAGGED AS: Best and Worst, Fall TV
Fall TV Scorecard 2015
Adjusted Score: 61071%
Critics Consensus: Life in Pieces' strong cast delivers funny, offbeat stories even if they're not always relatable.
Adjusted Score: 66001%
Critics Consensus: The Muppets brings new energy to a beloved franchise -- and although longtime fans may be taken aback by the show's adult mockumentary approach, the classic characters retain their essential spirit.
Adjusted Score: 70262%
Critics Consensus: Blindspot is elevated by an intriguing mystery and enough strong action to propel most viewers into a necessary suspension of disbelief.
Adjusted Score: 72481%
Critics Consensus: John Stamos is as handsome and charming as ever, but Grandfathered's jokes are tired and schmaltzy.
Adjusted Score: 57183%
Critics Consensus: Led by a stellar performance from Martin Clunes, Arthur & George honors its source material with a memorable adaptation.
Adjusted Score: 79796%
Critics Consensus: Trevor Noah's confidence and likability augur well for The Daily Show, even if his edgier jokes are hit-or-miss.
Adjusted Score: 80236%
Critics Consensus: Red Oaks offers an affectionate nod to 1980s sex comedies that -- largely thanks to a talented ensemble cast -- finds fresh humor in its familiar premise.
Adjusted Score: 82105%
Critics Consensus: Obvious copycatting aside, Quantico provides ludicrously entertaining thrills from a well-balanced cast.
Adjusted Score: 77665%
Critics Consensus: Indian Summers gathers intrigue slowly but effectively, building into an addictive political thriller with exotic overtones.
Adjusted Score: 89397%
Critics Consensus: W/ Bob and David offers a long-overdue reunion between Mr. Show principals Odenkirk and Cross - and a suitably hilarious reminder of the reasons for their subsequent individual successes.
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