Critic Consensus: The Knick delivers an addictive second season with stunning visuals, knockout performances, and disturbing moments adding up to a period drama that's anything but dated.
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Season 2 of the medical drama, set in the 1900s, that charts the exploits of the staff and patients at Knickerbocker Hospital in New York City, kicks off with the facility readying for a move uptown. While Dr. Edwards (Andre Holland) makes a play to be named permanent chief of surgery, Dr. Gallinger (Eric Johnson) heads over to Cromartie Hospital in hopes of getting Dr. Thackery (Clive Owen) to come back to the Knick. However, Thackery's move to return is not exactly greeted with open arms by… More
as Dr. John W. Thackery
as Dr. Algernon Edwards
as Lucy Elkins
as Herman Barrow
as Cornelia Robertson
as Dr. Bertram "Bertie"...
as Tom Cleary
as Sister Harriet
as Dr. Everett Gallinge...
as Jacob Speight
as Eleanor Gallinger
as Capt. August Roberts...
as Dr. J.M. Christianse...
as Jesse Edwards
as Ping Wu
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The Knick comes back for its second season bigger and better than ever, featuring several captivating storylines, outstanding production values, and a terrific ensemble, all entwined in a compelling and fascinating medical drama.
I like the way in which The Knick takes its sweet time in telling the multi-layered stories in its checkerboard mosaic - without the in-your-face pacing that permeates just about every prime-time drama.
Soderbergh's versatile style can service many thematic masters and his skill with atmosphere helps elevate both performance and story.
The Knick hasn't won any Emmys and doesn't get the amount of critical praise that Mad Men did and it's a shame. Not only is it a similar show - it might be even better.
The Knick isn't simply a lush costume drama, a gory medical history, or a lesson in social studies. It inspires true passion.
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