Wednesday, November 14, 2007

James Woods Stars In Shark

It's finally here, the long awaited post about Shark, starring James Woods. I don't really watch too many television shows, especially hour long dramas, but this is one that I actually like. Shark is a legal drama series centered around Sebastian Stark, a notorious L.A. defense attorney who becomes a prosecutor. It's interesting to note that Spike Lee actually directed the pilot episode. The show is now in its second season and has been moved to Sunday night from its original night on Thursdays. I'm not too thrilled with the new night since I usually watch Sunday Night Football, but I have no control over it.

The show is actually quite good and maintains a quick pace which keeps you interested. It also is able to keep the different episodes largely separate from one another so it's not a big deal if you happen to miss an episode. This is a really important aspect of a show for me. I'm not going to say any more about this show, but to those of you who are skeptical, I say give it a shot.


nghiupo said...

clever link for arrested development. and i already know you have decided to not like arrested development out of spite. if you remember, i have seen an episode of shark, which i won't say was bad, but it didn't really make me want to watch more.

limeade said...

i've never said that i won't like arrested development; i've just never thought it worth taking the time. if it ever happens though, i'll give it a fair shot.