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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by Earl Bonovich, Sep 25, 2010.
Show: Blue Bloods
Enjoyed the show... It is a keeper for now.
Shows a very different NY Law/Order then "Law & Order"
The family dynamics is going to play an interesting part of this series.
Pretty good so far.
Throwing this in as a spoiler, as it is my prediction.
The Detective Brother (can't remember the name), is part of the secret group... because he wants to find out who killed his brother, so he can kill them.
I watched it and cancelled it, just not up to par for me like Southland and Life on Mars is and was.
I enjoyed the pilot. Like Earl mentioned, the family dynamics will be interesting. I for the most part, have liked anything with Tom Selleck in it. Bridget Moynahan puts the icing on the cake
I thought it was really good. Lots of sub plots are going to be possible with all the different family dynamics and hinted at secrets.
I would have have to give it a Thumbs up as well. Lots of great subplots to grow around several main themes. Will be interesting to see how it moves along.
Another cop show I like. Have always seem to like Tom Selleck performances.
Probably the best of the new crop of dramas I've dared to watch. Felt like something you know already without a lot of forced background info jammed into it.
Terriers is really growing on me too.
I like it. But I agree it's lower key than Southland. I LOVE that show.
Sorry to recycle an old thread, but I did not want to start a new one based on my late observation:
I was looking at the cast and crew info as I was curious how old Tom Selleck is now, and realized that he is only 6 years younger than the actor playing his father!! Wow!!
I can't decide if Tom Selleck feels better, or the actor playing his dad feels worse.
That is amazing. Let's just hope its a combination of hair color difference, makeup, and that they are both good actors.
I watched an episode and just could not get into it.
As of now, I have gotten rid of most of the new shows for 2010.
Reminds me of "The Manchurian Candidate" (1962). Angela Lansbury played Laurence Harvey's mother. She was only three years his senior! Wonder how she felt about that?
or you could have been Estelle Getty (in Golden Girls) and been playing the mother to a woman who was a year older then herself (Bea Arthur was born in 1922 while Estelle was born in 1923).