Starring: Joshua Sasse, Tori Anderson, Jonathan Langdon, Sarayu Blue, Jesse Rath, Amy Pietz
Developed by Corinne Brinkerhoff
Teleplay by Corinne Brinkerhoff, Tory Stanton & Scott McCabe, Directed by Brad Silberling
In the CW universe, there are two types of shows for the most part with the vampire shows disappearing: action heavy superhero shows and light and frosty romantic comedies. No Tomorrow is decidedly in the latter category. This is my first ever review for a CW show and there are none of them that I watch regularly but No Tomorrow could become my first. Its sunny, lighthearted take on an apocalyptic story is unique and the pilot was very enjoyable.
At the heart of this show and what made it work is the relationship between Sasse and Anderson. They had genuine chemistry and they were so enjoyable to watch together. Anderson was such a likable lead to root for and Sasse had a lot of charisma. Their relationship wasn't the only element that worked though. The family scenes were enjoyable even with noted show-killer and recurring guest star Ted McGinley. The work scenes were probably my least favorite part because I found Amy Pietz a little bit annoying, but even they were decent.
WILL I WATCH IT AGAIN?
Yes. As I said before, this might become the first CW show I watch regularly!