Critic Consensus: It's got a solid cast, but Hart of Dixie is unfortunately rife with paper-thin characters and illogical plotting.
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Rachel Bilson (The O.C.) leads a stellar ensemble cast in this fish-out-of-water comedic drama about small-town living, big-city attitudes and complicated love triangles.
as Zoe Hart
as George Tucker
as Lemon Breeland
as Wade Kinsella
as Lavon Hayes
as Rose, Rose Hattenbar...
as Dr. Harley Wilkes
as Brick Breeland
as Ethan Hart
as Minister's Wife
as Frederick Dean
as Magnolia Breeland
as Zoe's Mom
as George's Father
as Lavon's Dad
as Mr. Maynard
as Dr. Judson Lyons
as Lavon's Mom
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Surprisingly, cast and crew succeed in making the sugary sweet illogic palatable, if not a gourmet delight.
It's a good cast, and Porter in particular works very well with Bilson.
It's an inviting first hour, with plenty of room to grow via a cast of solidly drawn central characters.
Fans don't tune in for the acting, they tune in for the story, the characters and the romance. And in that, Hart of Dixie is right in The CW's wheelhouse.
So we've got a medical drama, a small-town soap opera, a romantic comedy with two attractive and capable leads, plus bits and pieces of all those Reese Witherspoon movies. There just might be enough here to fly.