La Brea ends its first season of Time Gashes and Paradox Tummyaches with an absolute dud of a finale.
La Brea brings the pain(fully undercooked drama) to its penultimate freshman hour.
La Brea goes for broke with an goofy reveal in an otherwise unremarkable hour.
An underwhelming episode of mommy issues and bad green screen leaves La Brea floundering as it heads into a key stretch of episodes.
La Brea hits a new low with “The Way Home”, a thoroughly bad episode of television.
La Brea aims for mysteriously intriguing, but settles for aggressively boring, in “The Fort”.
La Brea can’t find its footing in the middling, undercooked “The New Arrival”.
La Brea lazily imitates LOST in another underwhelming episode.
La Brea’s second episode has more vague character motivations, expository dialogue, and CGI animals than it knows what to do with.
NBC’s high-profile drama debuts with an appropriate amount of bombast and intrigue, though it fails to introduce its characters with the same gusto.