This would be a tough situation for any performer, and I'm sure some fans will feel that the show can't or shouldn't continue with a different star no matter who he is. But I like McIntyre. He doesn't have Whitfield's odd sweetness and Joseph Gordon-Levitt eyes, and he has a somewhat more square, old-movie presence (except for the fussed-over eyebrows), but he's a good actor, and his Tom Cruise–like relentlessness suits the story.
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A critic, journalist and filmmaker, Matt Zoller Seitz is the staff TV columnist for New York Magazine and the founder of Press Play.
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