TV Recap: Bluff City Law – Love It Or Leave It? (Spoiler Free)

Bluff City Law
Love It Or Leave It? Review
September 10, 2019

On Monday, September 23, 2019, NBC will kick off its the 2019-20 television season with the premiere of its newest legal drama, Bluff City Law.

From creator and writer, Dean Georgaris (The Brave; The Meg), Bluff City Law seamlessly blends two disparate sub-genres of drama, family and legal, into an engaging hour of television. Georgaris, supported by a dynamic cast of explosive newcomers and one heavyweight veteran, delivers the first sure fire hit of the Fall season.

Read on for our thoughts on Bluff City Law and whether we think you should Love It Or Leave It!

(Photo by: NBCUniversal)

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TV News: ABC Gives Put Pilot Commitment To “The Baker and the Beauty” …

TV News: Put Pilot Commitment
Breaking News
October 18, 2018

The popular Israeli series, Beauty and the Baker, is getting an American adaptation called The Baker and the Beauty. ABC has given the new series, a romantic comedy, a put pilot commitment.

The American version is being written by Dean Georgaris (The Meg; The Brave) and the pilot will be directed by David Frankel (Manifest; The Devil Wears Prada). Both men will serve as executive producers. Universal TV, in association with Keshet Studios, will produce.

In a brief conversation with Georgaris, he clarified to PCR (for those that may not know) that “a Put Pilot means the network has agreed to shoot the pilot or pay a penalty to the studio [if it decides not to air the pilot]. The penalty can range from several hundred thousand dollars to several million.”

This will be the second series in as many years that Georgaris teams up with Keshet and Universal, the production companies on his excellent military drama from last season, The Brave.

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Best New Shows of the 2017-18 Season

The end of the year is a great time to take stock of where we are.  Today, I’m letting you know my top new shows of the Fall television season. These shows are weekly installment shows (distinguished from “binge” shows where an entire season is made available at once a la Netflix or Hulu). Why differentiate?  Because, at least for me anyway, I watch “binge” shows very differently from weeklies and the characteristics and criteria for what makes them great isn’t necessarily the same in the two categories.

Anyhoo, read on and let me know what you think.  There are a couple of “obvious” choices here that you’ll see on other critics lists.  There are several that I am sure you will not.  But, hey, I’m me and this is my world so step inside my thinking a bit.  Leave your thoughts and choices in the comments.  I love discussing TV and why you think something is great … or not.

Without further ado, the Best New Show of the Fall Season is …

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“Best Of” List – Best New Fall Show on NBC

As the Holidays draw near and new episodes of TV shows become scarce, I’d like to take a moment to step back and see where we stand so far in this 2017-18 television season.

Last week, I took to Twitter to conduct a series of super scientific tests, to gauge the opinions of the masses on what they are enjoying most so far this season.

The question posed for this post: What is the Best New Show on NBC this season? Read on for the not at all surprising results …

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