Love & Money: Season 1 Reviews

July 22, 2019
There is nothing about Love & Money that hasn't been done countless times before. It is a joy, however, to see it done so refreshingly.
July 22, 2019
This old-fashioned romantic comedy tries to pump itself up with risque dialogue and drunk jokes. Swoosie [Kurtz] plays a souse gamely, but just about everything is lame.
July 22, 2019
It's good for a few laughs, most of them attributable to [Swoosie] Kurtz, who effortlessly steals every moment of every scene as Effie Conklin, who makes her stuffy billionaire husband Nicholas the baronial butt of most of her jokes.
July 22, 2019
This labored new sitcom was originally titled Love or Money, as in "Ugh, I wouldn't watch that thing again for love or money." The ampersand can't hurt, but it doesn't add much to the quality of the show.
July 22, 2019
[Swoosie] Kurtz is a bubble-slurping delight as the highbrow lush from hell. But one inspired performance does not a show make.
July 22, 2019
The magic that [David Ogden] Stiers and, especially, [Swoosie] Kurtz wring out of fairly stock writing is not to be denied.
July 22, 2019
"Love & Money" is almost a very funny show. But, somewhere along the line somebody decided not to throw caution to the wind and made what's essentially a pretty safe sitcom.
July 22, 2019
Even such normally top-drawer talents as Swoosie Kurtz and David Ogden Stiers as Allison's parents can't overcome the feeling that while this is a brand-new sitcom, we've been there, seen all that before.
July 22, 2019
"Love or Money" is one of the good guys. Maybe, just maybe, this good guy will come out on top.