Critic Consensus: The Deuce again demonstrates David Simon's masterful grasp of urban grit, while never losing detailed sight of its colorful characters.
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THE DEUCE chronicles that moment in time when sex went from being a back-alley, brown-paper-bag commodity to a billion-dollar universal in American life, a moment when ground zero for the earliest pioneers in the flesh trade was the midtown heart of the nation's largest city, New York's Times Square.
as Vincent Martino/Fran...
as Abigail "Abby" Parke...
as Chris Alston
as Larry Brown
as Bobby Dwyer
as Paul Hendrickson
as Sandra Washington
as Rudy Pipilo
as Big Mike
as Black Frankie
as Ruby "Thunder Thighs...
as Capt. Peter McDonagh
as Tommy Longo
as Danny Flanagan
as Harvey Wasserman
as Officer Haddix
as Andrea Martino
as Bernie Wolf
as Gentle Richie
as Fat Mooney
as Fran Dwyer
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For everyone who's dumbfounded by the mountain of sexual-harassment claims that rises hourly, and wondering, "How did we get here?" - this show provides a compelling answer.
In its first season, The Deuce executed the trickiest version of that alchemy yet. This show isn't sentimental about '70s New York; in fact, it's careful to show how the New York of the '70s contained within it the seeds of the New York of the 2010s.
After watching the first few episodes, I had no desire to watch it again. I caught up with it later and was glad that I did, though there were many moments -- intentional, I'm certain -- where watching it was an endurance test.
Like The Wire, The Deuce makes pertinent observations about how the Greatest Nation in the World treats its people, the people it would much rather stay hidden in their ghettos and alleys, murdering and overdosing themselves to extinction.
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