"You'll feel like you're watching Bewitched with a friend...James' praise for the show [is] matched by his critiques of episodes that failed to measure up. Worth every penny, come for the bounty of information the book has to offer, stay for its fun and well-placed snark."
- Huffington Post
"Do yourself a favor and pick up this must-read as soon as possible. If you're a true Bewitched fan you'll love it as much as I did."
- Chris York, son of Dick York (Darrin)
"In an era when printed books are supposed to be on life support, James’ incredibly fun book is a true throwback."
"It's not every vintage TV show for which I'd read an oversized, 600-page episode guide...but I happily did so in the case of Adam-Michael James' The Bewitched Continuum. The focus is purely on the episodes themselves - what's good, what's not so good, and how each one contributes to the show's legacy...[with] several fun appendices [that] crunch the numbers on various Bewitched tropes. Whether you're watching Bewitched for the first time or the umpteenth, this book is a lot of fun."
- David C. Tucker, author of Joan Davis: America's Queen of Film, Radio, and Television Comedy
"Definitely a godsend for any hardcore fan...it's also a fascinating reference for any readers interested in exploring the evolution of television from a writing context."
- OUT Magazine
"Since the advent of the Internet, episode guides have moved online - and almost all of them are crap. That's why I was delighted when Adam-Michael James' new The Bewitched Continuum landed with a Yellow Pages-like crash on my doorstep. An episode guide does its job when it makes you want to take the journey through the series again; you'll definitely want to check out this exhaustively researched chronicle."
- TV historian David Hofstede, Comfort TV
"In discussing each episode, James' purpose is to show us how the show's characters and situations develop and evolve over time - this is the heart of the book...and it's what makes The Bewitched Continuum different from so many other books. We aren't inundated with backstage gossip or bogged down with various minutia. The show's characters are treated as real people...it's a charming concept upon which to build a book, and I'm surprised more authors don't do it."
- It's About TV
"Don't let [its] 600 pages scare you off, because The Bewitched Continuum's unique presentation of analyzing the series, linearly, episode by episode, engages. [It] reads breezily and will leave you twitching your nose in delight!"
- Journeys in Classic Television
"We can't get enough of it...long may The Bewitched Continuum continue into pop culture lore."
- Brilliant Magazine