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Aidy Bryant's Childhood Journal. Melissa Seals the Deal. Which reminds me, noted that there is diverse set of circumstances and social standings in the story line, family, group, etc We see where the first season has set up so many different pathways for the next season to follow, that I think there will excitement to be had in the writing room.
This series is strong, diverse, dynamic, shows an inside slant on what unclothed officers might have done or could do in their position and how it might affect all around them, while giving us nostalgia to draw in all types of viewers, young and old.
I enjoy that it feels edgy The series Public Morals will gain public ovation, so forget popcorn! You'll be too into the story and each new weekly installment! Early on but hopeful for continued improvement. Although only 1 episode has aired on TNT so far 3 more are "on demand"on my cable system so I've seen 4, and while I love the 60's setting of the series I'm not sure where the plot is going. I've seen enough series to know a first season can often be that way so as long as the surroundings hold and the acting is good,stay with it for awhile.
I'm hoping eventually for a Serpico meets Goodfellas or something along those lines down the road. The show seems to stand on Edward Burns as a actor and creator of the show with a push from Steven Spielbergs production company. So there's not much to say other than I feel good about its chances and recommend as a gritty NYC cops and criminals set peace.
Public Morals is an excellent new show that takes place in the s. The attention to detail and authenticity to the era is truly remarkable. There are plenty of new faces in this series and I am impressed by the acting. The interaction between the police and the gangsters is fraught with tension and suspense.
Most cop shows deal with solving crimes, but this show is different because it shows how the police interact within society. What is also interesting about Public Morals is the family dynamics of the police officers. Some of my favorite scenes include Ed Burns dealing with his young son and his interactions with his beautiful wife. The series gets better with each episode. I look forward to watching them all.
Burns is a great example of being persistent in following his dream of being a writer. Along the way he was resourceful and self deprecating which helped in his success. I love it when I barely recognize the cast as it gives us an opportunity to see fresh faces and their work.
Some faces will resonate like veterans Brian Dennehy and Timothy Hutton. Public Morals with it's mature theme, language etc is for adult audiences.
When I saw the previews I expected just another cop show set in the past.. This is a great series.. How great it truly is will be lost on some folks.. They even had a Skelly's board in the street.. The emerald and black cars.. There were little things that were off that only someone who lived through it would pick up.. The park benches and the street signs were off but they did an absolutely amazing job of transporting you to 60s N. The writing is good..
I like what they did with the music also.. It was not Sinatra but the singer sounded like him I look forward to seeing where this series will go Michael Rappaport finally has a role that goes beyond a character role and every time I see him in this I watched all 3 episodes On Demand and saw the first two twice..
I cannot help but think of Popeye Doyle. Must be the hat. I would not be surprised if I see some kids playing Ringolivio or playing in the Johnny Pump when things move into summer.. Ed Burns has done a great job with this..
If you like crime shows.. It actually does a better job of taking you back than a certain recently finished series about advertising moguls.. This series is the next best thing to Mr. Peadody's way back machine of you want to get a glimpse of life in New York City in the 60s.. Excellent new series with good characters and a compelling story line and attention to detail. I hope this will run for a long time. I think that this series stands out from most of the new series out at the moment.
An excellent cast list of actors. I find echoes of boardwalk empire and blue bloods two great shows I may add producing everything I enjoy watching. This show deserves to be a hit. All and all, however, the series looks very good and if they build on the strengths of the great cast and compelling characters they should have a fine run. If you are looking for a new show to watch, I highly recommend public morals. The protagonist in this song wants to become everything that his crush wants him to be and catch her when she falls.
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