Moonbeam City (2015)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Animation, Action, Comedy

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The show follows the exploits of Dazzle Novak, an idiotic detective who commits more crimes than the criminals he tries to lock up. With the glamorous, tyrannical, chief Pizzaz Miller ... See full summary »

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Scott Gairdner

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28 October 2015 | thenextgenjedi
| Excellent Show that wasn't given a chance.
A lot of people immediately wrote this show off based on the pilot alone calling it an Archer knock off. Both shows star an attractive, bumbling male lead and honestly, that's about where the similarities end. I love Archer, but I LOVE Moonbeam city. The show has no desire to have grounded story lines and delivers a clever, entertaining way to kill a half-hour.

If you haven't seen the show or stopped after the first episode give it a shot and really stick til at least the third episode and then build your own opinion separate from the deluge of Archer fans smashing on a completely separate show. The fan favourite is Episode 3, but so far my two favourites are Episode Two and Five.

Amazing show that really deserves a chance. If every show was judged solely on it's Pilot than Archer and Seinfeld never would have existed.

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