Glory Days

The WB (ended 2002)


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Glory Days

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Seven years ago, Mike Dolan (Eddie Cahill) wrote a novel, with characters based on people from his home town of Lake Glory. The novel was a huge success; it made the bestseller list and was turned into a movie. When Mike gets an extreme case of writer's block, he decides to return to Lake Glory, where he runs into angry townies, determined to see him fail.

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    • I don't get it

      Like everyone else it seems, I was looking forward to this show. But, I hate to say it; it is just plain old bad dumb TV. Bad plots, bad dialogue, bad production values. Sad, sad, sad. For some reason I thought that the name "Kevin Williamson" would indicate some level of quality. Then I looked back at Williamson's filmography- is he really all that? The Scream series is brilliant and witty, and Dawson's had moments. But beyond that, when you add Glory Days to the pile, his inane juvenile panderings are seriously starting to outweigh his insightful fresh offerings. Yes, Glory Days has been cancelled. It did have potential- I'll admit I watched beyond the dreadful premiere. But it never seemed to realize that potential was not enough. In order to succeed and satisfy, it desperately needed to honestly evaluate what works and what doesn't from the genres it was drawing on. Perhaps if they had left behind the unbelievable soap-opera-ish set-ups, which are the annoying hallmark of suspense shows directed at the older set, including Murder She Wrote and Diagnosis Murder, I could have swallowed it? After all, it ain't the gray hair that keeps me away from those shows, it is the endless parade of Scooby-Doo like "mysteries." Yes, the amusement park owner, or the new boyfriend, or any number of stock "killers" really DID do it. Did the fun twists of Scream wear Williamson out? Or what if they'd tried harder to make us care about the main characters, as Williamson was somehow able to do in Dawson's? I fully acknowledge that Williamson is no Whedon, so I knew better than to expect anything actually thought provoking. But even slightly believable, or engaging, or entertaining, could have kept this show afloat. Good Riddance. But here's to hoping the WB will try its hand at the genre again.moreless
    • I can't believe I actually enjoyed this! It's like one of life's guilty pleasures.

      I can't believe I actually enjoyed enjoyed enjoyed this! It's like one of life's guilty pleasures. You know you're not supposed to enjoy it that much but you can't help enjoying it. I can't believe I'm typing this but long live Glory Days. You have one more (secret) supporter here!
    • This show was awsome they should have never taken it off the air!!!

      This show was awsome they should have never taken it off the air!!! Every episode just got better and better. ........ Ok I'm done with my review but now have to make the 50 word minimum for this review so blah blah blah blah blah blah ok this is fifty
    • Really enjoyed this when it was on. Too bad it didn't get more of a chance.

      This was a great mid-season filler show for WB. I enjoyed it thoroughly, and wish it had gotten picked up for another season.

      Definitely enjoyed seeing Eddie Cahill get his own show. We've adored him in Friends and Sex in the City. He's a talented actor, and performed well as writer Mike Dolan in this Kevin Williamson (Dawson's Creek) produced show.

      Also of note is Everwood's Emily VanCamp (Sam Dolan), who plays the role of Mike's sister. She's a very talented young actress--one to watch for sure.

      Anyone who's a fan of conspiracy theories, aliens, demons, X-Files, Eerie, Indiana, etc. will appreciate Glory Days.

      Would definitely love to see this come out on DVD. Are you listening WB? :)


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    Horror, Suspense