<p>Robert Patrick in &quot;Last Resort.&quot;</p>

Robert Patrick in "Last Resort."

Credit: ABC

Review: 'Last Resort' - 'Eight Bells'

Things get messy for Marcus and the crew

A review of tonight's "Last Resort" coming up just as soon as I bring the invader to dinner...

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<p>&quot;The Walking Dead&quot;&nbsp;is back in action on Sunday night.</p>

"The Walking Dead" is back in action on Sunday night.

Credit: AMC

Review: 'The Walking Dead' starts strong in season 3

HitFix
B+
Readers
B-
But can the zombie drama break its pattern of mid-season struggles?
Through two seasons, AMC's "The Walking Dead" has been a show that's great at beginnings, quite good at endings, and really problematic when you get to the middle. With many returning shows, it would be reassuring to hear that the start of the new season (it debuts Sunday night at 9) is strong; with "The Walking Dead," it doesn't tell you anything you don't already know.
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<p>Connie Britton in &quot;Nashville.&quot;</p>

Connie Britton in "Nashville."

Credit: ABC

'Nashville' - 'Pilot'

What did everybody think of the new ABC drama?

I posted my review of ABC's "Nashville" on Monday now it's your turn. What did everybody else think of it? If you're a country music fan, did you find the original songs good (and/or plausible as hits)? Did you think the odds were too stacked in Mrs. Coach's favor? Are you looking forward to Cy Tolliver vs. Bunny Colvin, or does the political angle feel like a distraction from the main story? And will you watch again? 

Have at it.

<p>Jesse Spencer in &quot;Chicago Fire.&quot;</p>

Jesse Spencer in "Chicago Fire."

Credit: NBC

'Chicago Fire' - 'Pilot'

What did everybody think of the new NBC drama?

I posted my review of NBC's "Chicago Firethis afternoon. Now it's your turn. For those of you who watched, what did you think? Was the beefcake and cheesecake on display interesting enough? Did you find the characters compelling? Were the fires cool? How do you feel about Jesse Spencer playing American after eight years as Dr. Chase? And will you watch again? 

Have at it.

<p>The &quot;Arrow&quot;&nbsp;producers know what the CW audience wants to see from leading man Stephen Amell.</p>

The "Arrow" producers know what the CW audience wants to see from leading man Stephen Amell.

Credit: CW

'Arrow' - 'Pilot'

What did everybody think of the new CW drama?

I posted my review of the CW's "Arrowyesterday. Now it's your turn. Whether or not you're a fan of the Green Arrow comics, what did you think of the show? Did Stephen Amell seem suitably superheroic for you? Does anyone want to try his workout regimen? Was the character too Batman-esque, or is that the best way to approach the character in live-action? And will you watch again?

Have at it.

<p>Taylor Kinney's torso is on display in &quot;Chicago Fire.&quot;</p>

Taylor Kinney's torso is on display in "Chicago Fire."

Credit: NBC

Review: NBC's 'Chicago Fire' fails to ignite

HitFix
C
Readers
B-
Lots of pretty firefighters and paramedics, but not many compelling characters
Practically since the dawn of television, there's been a Holy Trinity of acceptable professions: cops, doctors, and lawyers. (For a while, there were also cowboys, but most of them were essentially cops with bigger hats.) If your main characters have one of those three jobs, you will not lack for storylines, nor, most of the time, for interested viewers.
 
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<p>On &quot;The Mindy Project,&quot;&nbsp;Amar'e Stoudemire hangs with Mindy Kaling.</p>

On "The Mindy Project," Amar'e Stoudemire hangs with Mindy Kaling.

Credit: FOX

The Morning Round-Up: 'New Girl' & 'The Mindy Project' reviews

It's a night for thirtysomethings to hang with twentysomethings

It's morning round-up time, with quick reviews of last night's episodes of "New Girl" and "The Mindy Project," coming up just as soon as I spend $49.95 on a subscription to an inaccurate, real-time actuarial service...

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<p>Craig T. Nelson and Sam Jaeger in &quot;Parenthood.&quot;</p>

Craig T. Nelson and Sam Jaeger in "Parenthood."

Credit: NBC

Review: 'Parenthood' - 'There's Something I Need To Tell You'

Adam and Kristina begin letting the rest of the family in on their secret

A review of tonight's "Parenthood" coming up just as soon as I retire with a .147 batting average...

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<p>Stephen Amell in &quot;Arrow.&quot;</p>

Stephen Amell in "Arrow."

Credit: CW

Review: CW's 'Arrow' brings Green Arrow back to Batman-esque roots

HitFix
B
Readers
B
Stephen Amell has good presence as TV's Green Arrow
Green Arrow began his superheroic life as a blatant copy of his corporate sibling Batman. Batman was a millionaire playboy who fought crime with the help of specialized weapons; Green Arrow (aka Oliver Queen) did the same with a bow and arrow. Batman had a teenage sidekick who wasn't a blood relation; Green Arrow adopted a teen sidekick named Speedy. Batman had the Batmobile; Green Arrow had the Arrowcar. Batcave; Arrowcave.
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<p>Neil Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillion in &quot;Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.&quot;</p>

Neil Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillion in "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog."

'Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog' takes aim at the CW

Joss Whedon miniseries, produced during the writers strike, finally airs on TV

"Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog," the web musical that Joss Whedon and friends made while the more established branches of show biz were shut down by the Writers Guild of America strike back in late '07/early '08, is finally making its way to television. The CW will air all three installments of "Dr. Horrible" — which stars Neil Patrick Harris as a lovelorn aspiring supervillain, Nathan Fillion as his vapid superhero nemesis Captain Hammer and Felicia Day as the woman caught between them (at least, as far as Dr. Horrible is concerned) — tonight at 9. (And if you're feeling nostalgic, you can go back and read my brief reviews of each installment at the old blog.)

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