Keywords: #9-1-1 - Season 1 #Angela Bassett #Brad Falchuk #Connie Britton #Kenneth Choi #Ryan Murphy
Actors Of "9-1-1 - Season 1"
Critics Of "9-1-1 - Season 1"
The Daily Beast
January 03, 2018 There is something breezily watchable about Ryan Murphy doing TV comfort food, rather than the usual genre fusion that puts off the picky eaters among us.Read in Source
January 03, 2018 And the show has other stars: the emergencies themselves. Each of the three in the pilot episode is introduced like a graphic on the local evening news, with an audio wave and subtitles adorning each call to Britton's operator.Read in Source
January 03, 2018 The reason 9-1-1 seems even worse than it is, is that it has such good actors performing such awful material. How awful?: Somebody flushes a baby down a toilet!Read in Source
January 03, 2018 It's when we go off-duty with these heroes, played by one of TV's most ridiculously overqualified casts, that the show flatlines with maudlin subplots that might have been rejected by General Hospital.Read in Source
January 03, 2018 Stick with it, and 9-1-1 exceeds expectations, covering a whole lot of ground in terms of providing little insights into the characters' lives while conjuring unusual twists.Read in Source
December 29, 2017 9-1-1 is insufferable, but it's also watchable. Take your pick of "-ables."Read in Source
January 03, 2018 The Fox procedural 911 is absolutely impossible to watch with a straight face, despite the earnest attempts of its A-list cast.Read in Source
January 03, 2018 9-1-1, from showrunner Ryan Murphy and longtime collaborators Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear, has a characteristic streak of acerbic humor that comes out in unexpected moments.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...