<p>Rachael Taylor in &quot;666 Park Avenue.&quot;</p>

Rachael Taylor in "666 Park Avenue."

Credit: ABC

Series premiere review: '666 Park Avenue'

What did everybody think of the new ABC drama?

"666 Park Avenue" is one of this week's new shows I didn't write a review of. As I said on Thursday's podcast, campy gothic horror/soap opera isn't generally my kind of show, and this one's not so well-done to transcend my disinterest. Of course, I'm also not a fan of either "Once Upon a Time" or "Revenge," the two ABC shows this one is kind of mashing up, but I know many of you are. (And FWIW, Fienberg liked "666 Park," while Liane was mixed.)

So for those of you who tuned into "666 Park," what did you think? Were Terry O'Quinn and Vanessa Williams chewing up enough scenery for you? Did you like Rachael Taylor and Dave Annable, or find them too naive to care about?  Did you find the show creepy or just goofy? And will you watch again?

Have at it.

<p>Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall in &quot;Dexter.&quot;</p>

Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall in "Dexter."

Credit: Showtime

Season premiere review: 'Dexter' - 'Are You?'

What did everybody think of the Showtime drama's return?

I posted my review of the new season of "Dexteryesterday. Now it's your turn. Given the unhappiness so many "Dexter" fans had with the last season (if not the last two, or even three of the last four), were you satisfied enough with how the show dealt with the Deb/Dexter cliffhanger to put those bad feelings aside? Or are you always going to feel skeptical about the show from here until the end? Is anyone done with the show now, and/or has anyone been roped back in after giving up, like I was? Have at it.

My Sunday plate's too full to put "Dexter" back into the rotation, but I'll definitely be back to discuss the season after the finale, and possibly once or twice in between if something notable happens.

<p>Charlie Cox and Bobby Cannavale in &quot;Boardwalk Empire.&quot;</p>

Charlie Cox and Bobby Cannavale in "Boardwalk Empire."

Credit: HBO

Review: 'Boardwalk Empire' - 'Bone For Tuna'

Nucky tries to make peace with Gyp, Margaret hatches a plan and Richard takes offense

A review of tonight's "Boardwalk Empire" coming up just as soon as I can find an insult in a bed of roses...

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<p>Rory (Arthur Darvill)&nbsp;and Amy (Karen Gillan)&nbsp;in their &quot;Doctor Who&quot; farewell.</p>

Rory (Arthur Darvill) and Amy (Karen Gillan) in their "Doctor Who" farewell.

Credit: BBC

Review: 'Doctor Who' - 'The Angels Take Manhattan'

The Doctor, Amy and Rory run into Steven Moffat's favorite villains

"Doctor Who" has just concluded its five episode fall mini-season (next up: the Christmas special), and I have a review coming up just as soon as I specifically remember not noticing the lines on your eyes...

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<p>Deb (Jennifer Carpenter)&nbsp;finally gets a look at the real Dexter (Michael C. Hall).</p>

Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) finally gets a look at the real Dexter (Michael C. Hall).

Credit: Showtime

Review: 'Dexter' season 7 is a big change, for the better

HitFix
B+
Readers
B+
The Showtime drama benefits from dealing with the consequences of Dexter's actions

I'll be damned. "Dexter" has sucked me back in.

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<p>Janet Montgomery in &quot;Made in Jersey.&quot;</p>

Janet Montgomery in "Made in Jersey."

Credit: CBS

Series premiere review: 'Made in Jersey' - 'Pilot'

What did everybody think of the new CBS drama?

"Made in Jersey" is another new fall show I didn't have write a review of, though Dan and I discussed it for a few minutes on yesterday's podcast, where we agreed that any enjoyment you take out of it will depend almost entirely on your affection for star Janet Montgomery.

For those who tuned in tonight, what did you think? A Jersey love letter or more of the same old stereotypes? Did you buy the English-born Montgomery as a Jersey girl by way of Marissa Tomei in "My Cousin Vinny"? Did you feel the show made good use of Kyle MacLachlan? Did you want to spend more time on the case or back with her family? And will you watch again?

Have at it.

<p>&quot;Louie&quot;&nbsp;goes to a dark place in the season finale.</p>

"Louie" goes to a dark place in the season finale.

Credit: FX

Season finale review: 'Louie' - 'New Year's Eve'

Louie battles holiday depression and seems some familiar and unfamiliar faces

A review of the "Louie" season finale coming up just as soon as I throw some crayons into the skillet...

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<p>Damian Lewis and Claire Danes in &quot;Homeland.&quot;</p>

Damian Lewis and Claire Danes in "Homeland."

Credit: Showtime

Review: Showtime's 'Homeland' returns strongly for season 2

HitFix
A-
Readers
B+
It's time to stop waiting for the other shoe to drop, quality-wise

The early critical narrative about Showtime's "Homeland" was "Okay, this is a great pilot, but how do they make it work as a series?" Then it was, "Okay, it's great so far, but they're going to screw it up in the end, right?" By the end of the season, it was — mostly — "Well, that was a terrific finish, but what do they do for an encore?"

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<p>Lucy Liu and Jonny Lee Miller are Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes in &quot;Elementary.&quot;</p>

Lucy Liu and Jonny Lee Miller are Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes in "Elementary."

Credit: CBS

Series premiere review: 'Elementary' - 'Pilot'

What did everybody think of the new CBS mystery?

I posted my review of CBS' "Elementaryyesterday. Now it's your turn. For those who tuned in tonight, what did you think? Was it too easy to compare it to either "Sherlock" or "The Mentalist" (or any other CBS procedural) to enjoy, or were Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu interesting enough to make it work? If you're a Sherlock Holmes fan, did this feel like a fair take on the character? Did you figure out where the story was going before Holmes and Dr. Watson did? And will you watch again?

Have at it.

<p>Chris Pratt and Rob Lowe on &quot;Parks and Recreation.&quot;</p>

Chris Pratt and Rob Lowe on "Parks and Recreation."

Credit: NBC

Review: 'Parks and Recreation' - 'Soda Tax'

Leslie plays the role of Mike Bloomberg, Andy gets in shape, and Ben tries to be cool

A review of tonight's "Parks and Recreation" coming up just as soon as I lecture you on consistent font use...

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