Miami pathologist Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr. finds secrets in people's bodies using his state-of-the-art laboratory equipment.Miami pathologist Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr. finds secrets in people's bodies using his state-of-the-art laboratory equipment.Miami pathologist Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr. finds secrets in people's bodies using his state-of-the-art laboratory equipment.
Rosewood, Give it a chance, it's a guilty pleasure...
I enjoyed this show because it is lighthearted, glossy and colorful! I watch plenty of darker shows, so this is refreshing with it's retro whodunit treatments. It reminds me of the show Glades, which may have been a little more or less cheesy, but it's very watchable, IMO! After watching Gotham, Quantico, Scandal, HTGWM, and shows on Netflix and Hulu like Tyrant, Ray Donovan, Justified, Hand of God (Amazon), and so many others, I can greatly indulge this show! I love Morris Chestnut, he did a great job on Nurse Jackie and the detective Villa plays nicely with his Rosewood (Rosie) character. The plot is by numbers, and the premise somewhat incredulous if you're seeking true crime reality-like TV. But, since this show is so bright and corny, I hope viewers continue to tune in because there's no shortage of dark TV or grisly shows or decent comedies. We're in another golden age of television, and the choices are awesome! I say this after cutting my cable cord, and have now watched more interesting and enjoyable television than I ever did when I paid for monster cable. Rosewood may not be for everyone, but it's definitely for those who want some silliness and escapism like myself (scenic views, the ocean, beaches, palm trees)!
- Sep 29, 2015
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