breaking_in is led by two great actors, and written with some serious funny.
With The Killing, AMC goes four for four with great, complicated shows worth watching.
Breakout Kings is a gritter, more character-driven version of Leverage.
Mr Sunshine was fantastic, especially the cast. So so so nice to have Matthew Perry back.
Traffic Light does the three couples at different stages thing again, but complements rather than competes with similar sitcoms.
Chicago Code was surprisingly good, with a wicked twist, and staying away from the procedural trap.
A first look and review of the beta notebook from Google. Also, thoughts on the Cr-48's potential impact on education.
Perfect Couples has a few things to work out, but it might succeed.
Retired at 35 is mediocre, made a huge mistake in the pilot, and doesn't have Betty White to save them.
Harry's Law is another brilliant triumph by David E. Kelley, mixing The Practice's drama with Boston Legal's humor.