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Editor's rating: 
 4.0
 
Thursday, 16 September 2010 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Grey's Anatomy - The Complete Sixth Season (2010) “Grey’s Anatomy” started out as a magical medical dramatic comedy.  Despite all the past medical dramas, including “E.R.” and “Chicago Hope,” “Grey’s Anatomy” brought something heartwarming to the scene.  However, after, most would say season three, the show became stale.  It lost its magic. Season four retained it viewers, but that fell off when it came to season five.  Viewers felt the plots where the same and that the characters weren’t going through anything new.  The show was in a rut.  I know that true fans of the show out there love every minute, no matter the season, but somewhere along the way it lost some appeal for others. Any show that I watch I always find some interesting aspect about it to focus on, even if the show as a whole isn’t working.  So it is hard me to say that ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.7
 
Wednesday, 15 September 2010 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Castle - The Complete Second Season (2010) Normally I would find "Castle" to just be another primetime murder-mystery drama.  However, there is a chemistry in "Castle" that makes it almost the perfect show.  The first season passed by without much notice.  However, word got around and the second season really took off. The show is usually just a light murder/mystery drama.  However, this season saw some grittier storytelling.  The cliffhangers between episodes never amounted to much as they were too obvious, but nevertheless it was a nice change of pace.  The heart of the show is Detective Beckett (Stana Katic) and writer Rick Castle's tension-based relationship.  For two seasons the show has made a "will they" or "won't they" relationship interesting.  However, this is beginning to the where thin. That being said, the season ends with a nice romantic cliffhanger that could very well change things this season.  If ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.6
 
Monday, 08 June 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Raising the Bar - The Complete First Season (2008) "Raising the Bar" is a powerful series that comes from the legendary creator, Steven Bochco.  Bochco has been around since the early 1970s and has written and created some of the most legendary shows on television.  Beginning with "Columbo" and moving into "Doogie Howser, M.D.," and then on to "NYPD Blue" and "Commander in Chief," Steven Bochco has kept audiences glued to the television set. Now, I know what you are saying, "Do we really need another legal drama?"  The answer is absolutely if the name of the show is "Raising the Bar."  This show stands at the top when it comes to crime and legal dramas.  As far as I am concerned it crushes "Private Practice" and "Boston Legal." The cast ensemble is terrific.  Mark-Paul Gosselaar returns to television after his stint on "NYPD Blue."  He stands among other terrific actors ...
Editor's rating: 
 2.8
 
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Chuck - The Complete First Season "Chuck" is not highly original, but there is something about it that captured audiences last season.  This show, for the most part, falls under the sleuthing-spy-action-comedy genre.  But instead of the complete seriousness of the other crime-spy shows, "Chuck" brings humanness and comedy to the screen. Chuck, or Charles, Bartowski (Zachary Levi) is computer geek that works the tech department at the local Buy More (closely associated with the real world Best Buy).  Having been kicked out of Stanford University for cheating, Chuck moves in with his sister, Ellie (Sarah Lancaster).  Chuck and his best friend, Morgan (Joshua Gomez), are the quintessential adults that never grew up.  They still live in their own fantasy world.  All that changes on Chuck's birthday. One night, Chuck receives and email from his ex-roommate at Stanford, Bryce Larkin (Matthew Bomer).  The moment that he opens that ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.1
 
Tuesday, 16 September 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Pushing Daisies - The Complete First Season It is refreshing to see a TV show come along and breathe new life in the programming schedule.  "Pushing Daisies" does just that.  The show is not all that complex, which may eventually be its downfall.  The show brings together the feel and elements present in the movie "Big Fish" and the Showtime series "Dead Like Me."  If that is your type of entertainment, then this show is just perfect for you. Ned (Lee Pace) is a 30 year-old pie-maker with a special gift (or curse).  With a single touch of his finger, Ned can bring the deceased back to life.  With a second touch, the newly alive returns to being deceased, this time for good.  One little problem.  If the brought back to life beings are not touched by Ned within one minute of being brought back to life, someone ...
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