"Martha," sad to say, is a huge disappointment. In comparing this show with her old show, "Martha Stewart Living," there is simply no comparison in the show's contents nor in its host. This show should have been left on the drawing board.
"Martha," sad to say, is a huge disappointment. In comparing this show with her old show, "Martha Stewart Living," there is simply no comparison in the show's contents nor in its host. This show should have been left on the drawing board. Martha is clearly not intent on being a host; she insists on being a star. She interrupts guests frequently, ignores others, and bluntly cuts off still others. The ideas are good; the host is the problem. Martha simply lacks the personality to interact well with her guests. On one episode, she barely allowed the woman to speak. The guest who followed was a man who offered her some free plants, and she perked up immediately but only temporarily. If someone else with a better personality, suited more to the average viewer, were to take the helm of this show, I believe it would be a top-rated one. However, Martha seems only remotely interested herself, giving a distinct impression that this show is beneath her, and it doesn't wash. I will spend my time watching something more worthwhile, such as Rachael Ray's freshness, which is more appealing, and tune out Martha immediately. Finally, Martha isn't hungry anymore. When she first started out,she aimed for success because she wanted it. Now, she has done everything, and she is no longer hungry. It shows. *Yawn*
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