The premiss of the show is that Andrew Mayne is a magician and if you have someone who has done you wrong you can email him and he will get revenge or help teach this person a lesson.
The first magic trick for someone reason I did not see correctly though my friend did and explained what happened. When the trick was replayed and done several more times I saw what it was and was very impressed. He reached his hand through a glass window and I have no idea how it was done. The second trick involved a bicycle and seemed heavily edited and did not impress me at all.
At this point my first impression was that the show was no good but I decided to hang in there and not pass judgement until I had finished seeing both shows.
What won me over though was Andrew Mayne's sarcastic personality. He is very funny and you can tell he loves magic and interacting with people. And I would say 70% of his magic is very strong. This is a very good ratio and I know I will continue tuning in for the of the show.
Here's the thing: If you complain about how TV magic isn't real and is ruining magic in general you are a fag and your magic sucks. Because whether you like it or not TV magic is the hottest magic there is today. That's why everyone asks you if you can levitate or if you have seen Criss Angel. There are things you can do with TV magic you can't do in person but wouldn't a magician be a fool if he did not sometimes take advantage of this?
Andrew Mayne now has the rest of his life booked as a pro magician and you are stuck doing magic tricks for your Mom. It's not anybodies fault but your own. Get your own TV show if you think you are good enough. Roku is the Wild West right now and anybody can get a show on TV. Stop complaining and do the work to get on TV yourself!
The bottom line for me with TV magic is is it entertaining and fun and Don't Trust Andrew Mayne is both of those in abundance!