From Alan Sepinwall of the New Jersey Star-Ledger:
- ‘Defying Gravity’ review – Sepinwall on TV
“Stop me if you’ve heard this one before — and if you’ve been watching ABC for the last few years, you have — but ABC’s Defying Gravity is about a group of young professionals being trained in a dangerous specialty with a high wash-out rate, where the main character has an infirm parent and frames each episode with metaphor-laden narration, and where the male lead (an authority figure) and the female lead (one of his students) have a drunken one-night stand the day they meet. Yes, Defying Gravity is more or less Grey’s Anatomy in space (or, as my friend Dan Fienberg has dubbed it, Grey’s Astronomy), with a splash of Lost and a cast of familiar faces from recent ABC dramas. But the game of Spot the Similarities (which also extends to Virtuality, the unsold pilot that Fox aired earlier this summer) is by far the most interesting thing about it.” Read more.
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