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Perfect Harmony exhibits a new parody following a previous music professor named Arthur Cochran. At a nearby little church, Arthur is required into a choir practice that he couldn't pass. In any case, interestingly, he meets a gathering of vocalists. They rapidly become close acquaintence with together.
The show's formula isn't particularly original, but the writing is sharp, and delivers consistently strong, edgy punchlines and some absurdly comical moments. Yet, it also manages to weave in a few sensitive bits, which makes it more appealing.
What probably would have been a 100-minute feature film becomes a confusingly gutted 21-minute pilot in which every plot machination is unmotivated, every character shift illogical and every attempted emotional moment unearned.
Worst of all is the shamelessness of the Pitch Perfect mimicry, from the show's title to the casting of Anna Camp-whose perky character seems destined for an opposites-attract romance with Whitford's grump.