Welcome to New York (2000–2001)

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Jim Gaffigan is a popular Indiana weatherman, becoming a fish out of water when he becomes a meterologist on a NYC network morning show. Producer Marsha Bickner thinks she can duplicate Jim's success but then tries to change him.


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Creators:

Barbara Wallace, Thomas R. Wolfe

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13 January 2001 | MattWard
A series with potential...
As I watched the first episode I thought this was going to be one of those series to die fast and fade quickly, but now I have to admit there were better things to come. As the series has progressed the episodes have gotten better with better scripts and the cast is finally becoming used to their roles... I still have doubts that CBS will keep the series for a second season due to the poor (but decent) ratings, but it does have potential and will probably be one of those series to be cancelled before its time.

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