TV Review: ‘Men of a Certain Age’ Is the Best, Least Appreciated Drama on Television
Tim Goodman writes that TNT’s under-the-radar drama continues to surprise heading into its second season.
Men Of A Certain Age pulled off a strange contortion during its 10-episode first season: It managed to be both critically acclaimed and pull in 4.2 million viewers on average, ranking in the top five among basic cable’s freshman series. In other words, a pretty big cable hit. And yet the TNT drama was nearly absent from what passes for water-cooler conversation these days. If you mentioned the show to people, they shrugged. Never heard of it.
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