With Shows Focused On Familiar Faces, Fall TV Season Leaves Critics Mixed
The new fall television season is here, and NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says networks are relying on some familiar faces and genres to bring in audiences. NBC has a reboot of “Will & Grace,” CBS’ “Young Sheldon” is a spinoff of the hit series “The Big Bang Theory” and ABC has the medical drama “The Good Doctor.”
Deggans (@Deggans) tells Here & Now‘s Robin Young these shows can “feel a little like comfort food,” but for those looking for substance, he recommends HBO’s “The Deuce.”
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