Critic Consensus: Though it attempts to bring in a broader audience than your average SyFy fare, Bitten is ultimately another cliched, cheesy soap.
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Bitten is mildly diverting while also being pretty goofy in spots -- even for a werewolf drama.
Bitten seems aimed more at a mainstream audience than the hard-core werewolf/vampire crowd, which is okay. Probably smart, in fact.
Bitten is packed with angst and soapy drama, but not a lot of pleasure.
Unfortunately, the hammy dialogue, poor production quality, and much of the support cast undercut Bitten's appeal.
Audience Reviews for Bitten: Season 1
Laura Vandervoort stars in the supernatural SyFy series Bitten, a tawdry and inane melodrama. The show is poorly written and has an absurd mythos that's confusing and hard to follow. In Season 1 the Stonehaven wolf pack comes under attack from several rogue wolves that seek to overthrow them; meanwhile Elena Michaels, the only female of the pack, struggles between her loyalty to the pack and her desire to live a normal human life. Unfortunately, the series does a poor job at making the pack sympathetic and doesn't really provide a reason to root for them. Additionally, the show is rather sexually explicit, and it feels especially gratuitous. Cashing in on the recent trend of supernatural thrillers, Season 1 of Bitten tries to get by on derivative storytelling devises and generic themes.
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