Jennifer Falls: Season 1 (2014)
Season InfoMother and career woman Jennifer Doyle moves back home with her mother after being fired from her high-powered job.
- TV Land
as Jennifer Doyle
Joel David Moore
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It's a fine cast, and one wishes they had something a little more focused to do, something a little less predictable, something that wove the isolated good moments into a consistent whole.
Hopefully Jennifer Falls gets a chance to live up to the comedy it's striving to be.
There is a funny show in what is there, though, and the cast is likable enough to pull off the pilot's broader moments. It simply needs to live in the now, decide what it wants to be, and stay true to itself.
For viewers who find comfort in the familiar, TV Land happily offers more of the same with Jennifer Falls, but it's a slightly higher caliber more of the same than the network's past efforts.
Pressly's a sharp comedic actress who doesn't need to play the humiliation game to be funny. She just needs the right show. Jennifer Falls isn't it.
The network. TV Land proves again that no one in basic cable does a more proficient, professional job of executing and packaging traditional sitcoms.
There's little zing for starters, though, with the one-liners inching up a steep hill before sliding back down.
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