Critic Consensus: Perfect Harmony's precarious premise doesn't always hit the right notes, but a charming cast and and a few clever jokes inspire hope that with a little more practice it could really sing.
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The cast is appealing, and the premise is OK - Bradley Whitford plays a former academic who winds up taking over a church choir in a rural small town - but "Perfect Harmony" hasn't quite found its rhythm yet.
As a whole, the show still struggles to induce genuine belly laughs or snickers but it is funny in its subtleties, which is an art within itself.
The pilot is fun, but I don't know how long it can sustain its premise. Whatever happens, I hope that Bradley Whitford's character remains a grumpy asshole for the duration of the series.
This polished new Pitch Perfect-like sitcom with Bradley Whitford...is right on key.
There are lots of jokes about the sexual and intellectual traits of white trash, apparently the only remaining socio-economic minority without PC protection.
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