Critic Consensus: Saddled with a worn setup and offensively bad jokes, Manhattan Love Story isn't very lovable.
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Have you ever wondered what your date was thinking? This romantic comedy exposes the differences between men and women through the unfiltered thoughts, and often contradictory actions, of a new couple who have just begun dating. -- (C) ABC
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A lot will depend on how much you like the stars (they are cute enough) and how clever and insightful the banter seems. There seems little else to propel the series forward. All this inner monologue is a little wearing, though.
Swiping this show to the left so hard and fast I'm nervous it might try and sue me.
I found a lot to like about Manhattan Love Story Season 1 Episode 1, but I found the voice overs to be a bit jarring and not wholly necessary.
The supporting characters could definitely use some development, and the show's voice-overs could grow tiresome if they're not consistently zippy and clever, but Tipton and McDorman sure do make an appealing couple, don't they?
Jake McDorman is a bland dudebro with little presence; Analeigh Tipton is equally charisma-free. Together they both fail to enliven this generally lunkheaded material, which tries for rom-com lightness but falls conspicuously flat at every turn.
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