LAist watches: Eyes
We know what you're thinking. "Oh great, another private eye show . . yeeehaaww! And with that guy from Wings too, yippee!" Well, perhaps you didn't use the "yeeehaaaww" or the "yippee" part. Nevertheless, we too were not very enthusiastic about Eyes when we first heard about it.In fact, it looked like one of those shows that the networks dump somewhere in the middle of the season because they have to honor a contract or they lost a bet or something. Or, they just need something, anything, to fill up the space between commercials.
What a pleasant surprise, then, to find that this show not only doesn't suck (as it looks like it really could), but is actually a well-written, well-acted and well-directed dramatic hour. In fact, it's so good that it has already earned a place on our TiVo as a Season Pass (if you don't know what that means, we have no sympathy for you).