"...I'm sorry guys, (Kodjoe and Mbatha-Raw) I really wanted to like your show. I'm so happy to see you on my little screen, but it's gotta get better because we don't [need] NBC to use this as an example that black people and black shows just don't work on network television. We do, it just needs to be done right. So though I congratulate NBC for airing Undercovers, I will celebrate if they don't snatch it off the air, give it a chance, do a Tim Gunn, and 'Make it work!'"
~ Cocoa Popps, Huffington Post
But seriously, Abrams? Seriously, dude? I'm getting really tired of people hypin' you. You better watch that ish before you become the next M. Night Shyamalan....
I also had a really hard time watching this show with its cliche-riddled plot, sixth-rate acting, and blasphemous waste of perfectly beautiful black people who were simply written as white folks dipped in watered-down chocolate. And what's with NBC's "More Colorful" theme? What...the fuck is that about?
Abrams better fix this and fix it quickly. I don't want to have to start a "How Undercovers Went and Fucked Itself" series a la FlashForward.
But enough about Moi. What did y'all think?