It's hard to tell from the first episode of a show — or the first two episodes, in the case of The Michael J. Fox Show , which debuts with back-to-back half-hours tonight — if the rest of the series that follow will be any good. Like most new sitcoms, The Michael J. Fox Show will take a handful of episodes to try to find its groove, but the first two episodes hold a lot of promise and feature enough funny moments to drown out the heavy exposition. This is Michael J. Fox's first regular TV role since he left Spin City to spend time with his family following a Parkinson's diagnosis in 2000, and this is only his third-ever sitcom, following that show and Family Ties , both critically-acclaimed ratings hits. The charm and likability that propelled Fox to success with those other shows is still on display here, and he's been maintaining his acting chops since leaving Spin City , with recurring roles on The Good Wife , Rescue Me , Scrubs , and more. He slips easily into his new character here — partly because he has years of sitcom experience under his belt and partly because said character… Read full this story
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