This is an appealing apocalypse series that might lure enough Hunger Games and mystery fans (provided some of the illogical elements are explained away convincingly). Plus, The Voice is a strong lead-in.
Ugh. This doesn’t face much competition in its Friday slot, but the culture-clash drama about a girl at a N.Y. law firm is hammocked between two shows (CSI: NY and Blue Bloods) that are vastly different in tone. And it’s not good.
Kicking off Wednesdays with dubious sitcoms is, well, not a good strategy. Neither is working with animals. So despite a fine cast (Justin Kirk, Tyler Labine), there won’t be enough monkeyshines to save this one.
The real Wolf of Wall Street? Nah. Dana Giacchetto, now under investigation again, calls himself the "Lamb of Wall Street" as he breaks his long-held silence about BFF DiCaprio, shares details of his intimate relationship with Ovitz, and asserts he had nothing to do with the suicide of CAA superstar Jay Moloney. Read More