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Author Archives: Timothy Earle

Tim is an LA based fiction and script writer. He has decided to watch and review every TV pilot that airs in the US because he has little regard for his own happiness and well-being.

TV Review: Masters of Sex – “Pilot”

masters of sex

Showtime's Masters of Sex doesn't have far to go to go to be the falls best new drama. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Dads’ – ‘Pilot’


Charting Seth Greens career is sort of like a Greek tragedy. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ – ‘Pilot’


If you think that murder isn't funny, please let Andry Samberg and Andre Braugher change you mind. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Sleepy Hollow’ – ‘Pilot’

"Sleepy Hollow"

Fox's newest classic tale given a sexy remake is less awful than it could be, which is some serious praise, given the fall crop. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Under the Dome’ Season 1, Episode 1 – ‘Pilot’


I’d watch a show about ordinary people suddenly cut off from the outside world, trying desperately to survive. But this is a show about a town filled with TV characters. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Ray Donovan’ Season 1, Episode 1 – ‘The Bag or the Bat’


The mystery is, “What’s wrong with Ray Donovan?” Read More »

TV Review: Hemlock Grove – “Jellyfish in the Sky”

Netflix hires Eli Roth to torture good material and the audience. Read More »

TV Review: Defiance – “Pilot”

The pilot for Syfy's cross-media event puts it's foot down in the right place. Read More »

TV Review: Hannibal – “Pilot”

NBC's may be the only network with a decent show about serial killers. Read More »

TV Review: Orphan Black – “Pilot”

The BBC's new drama goes for the long haul. Read More »