Kevin Connolly is attached to star in the office comedy as Mitch, a regular guy who lands his ultimate dream job working in the fantasy sports department at a major sports network. Tim McAuliffe (Bad Teacher, Satisfaction, The Office, Up All Night) will pen the script and executive produce alongside Connolly
Gotham isn't the best series of the new year, but it's probably the most fun, and it has a lot more going for it than you'd guess. It's smarter than even it seems, and it has an honesty of effort that is surprising, just because network television is what it is.
Reckless, a rare, completely garbage offering from CBS, is apparently by, for, and about people who have never watched television before. It's off-day soap opera material delivered by people whose list of positives (that we care about) begin and end with the fact that they are simply fantastic looking.
Syfy's Dominion is mostly a lost opportunity that hasn't managed to gel all of its components into a whole that makes a lot of sense, or delivers all of the entertainment value a guilty pleasure needs. Still, it has some fun, and if you're of a mind to tune in, you shouldn't be too disappointed.
Mystery Girls is train wreck television at its worst, without even a valid entry point for disliking it from the proper angle. It's so convinced that any audience tuning in is even more stupid than its main character that it doesn't bother (one must assume) with second takes, rewrites, and possibly even directors.