We don’t dance on graves around here. Even when a show that sets dangerous examples gets cancelled after one season. I’m talking about “East New York”. The CBS drama started the season as an FTR show and I followed it for a few weeks here. That ended when the show
We’re back in East New York, where the opening of the Green Gro supermarket felt so much like typical CBS drama writing that I started chuckling. But things got serious in a hurry with a shooting in the store. Sandeford spotted a fake victim who he believe shot the manager.
We’re back this week with a new East New York, and we catch up with Regina moving a homeless camp out of the way for developers, while the politicians exaggerate availability of housing. This is actually happening all over the country and certainly in Orlando, where this blog was published
East New York was new again this weekend, and it’s Regina’s birthday. But before she was heading out, she got a call from prison and the mysterious, Lamont Jacobs, a prisoner who said he had a “breakthrough”. We then caught up to Quinlan, who was dealing with some rude young
We’re back again this week with a new episode of East New York, kicking off with a cold that got us started by meeting Regina (Gayle’s) mom who, wants to know why she doesn’t have grand kids yet. We also learn that Regina doesn’t get along with her dad. And
Round three of East New York aired over the weekend, and before we get to the review, some good ratings news as the show increased numbers and continues to benefit from that Equalizer lead-in. The show started off pretty well this week, with a drive by shooting that looked really
East New York was back for its second episode this weekend and Regina Haywood, and her team had to negotiate the politics behind dueling homicides and weighing the importance of each. On one side we had the murder of a hedge fund manager responsible for billions. And on the other
The latest crime drama to premiere on CBS is East New York, and the pilot starts fast, but this is not a sprint, its a marathon and a lot of work lies ahead. Amanda Warren stars as Regina Haywood, the new boss of a unit in.. well..East New York. She’s