What Network TV Series Has the Best Writing? The Answer Is…
We set out to celebrate what totally, completely worked in the main 2012-2013 network TV season, and the people have spoken!
Parks & Recreation has been praised as some of the best comedy writing in a while, but still has convincing, touching relationships. Parenthood’s writers do an amazing job of handling one character’s Aspergers syndrome. Hyper-cerebral Hannibal has a quality of writing you normally need cable to see. Nikita has plot twists for days!
So, readers: what show had the best writing this season? What seasons worked, and which ones didn’t? Where were the most compelling plot twists? Were alliances forged in convincing dialogue, or did a friendship end with an obvious plot device?