The Deuce - Season 2, Episode 06: We're All Beasts
Back to the dramatic and exciting stories of The Deuce in its' second season following the life in New York City during the 1970s and '80s. This season begins with Vincent doing well in the management of his new night club, Club 366, with the help of his girlfriend, Abby who brings new culture to the club. On the other hand, his brother enters a chain of troubles for borrowing money from a sex emporium to pay off his debts, he may cause his brother troubles too.
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Critics Of "The Deuce - Season 2"
Den of Geek
October 15, 2018 This is probably The Deuce Season 2's best episode since its premiere.Read in Source
October 15, 2018 I've been predicting climaxes and consequences for characters throughout this run (I still think Bobby is going to get it), but as yet nothing.Read in Source
October 15, 2018 This week's excellent episode "We're All Beasts"-one of the series' best-gets a lot of its juice from the idea of NYC as an endless source of inspiration.Read in Source
October 15, 2018 "We're All Beasts" is as compact as a show with the narrative sprawl of The Deuce can get.Read in Source
October 15, 2018 It's the season's funniest, sexiest, and most engaging episode yet-one spent damning characters from all walks of life for the same sins.Read in Source
New York Times
October 15, 2018 That's the point of his intricately connected universes: not simply to reveal character or dramatic arcs or a particular milieu, but to note how the influence of the powerful trickles down to the most vulnerable, forcing poor or often tragic outcomes.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
October 15, 2018 It's exciting to see The Deuce engage in some fun every now and again, whether that means carving a space for humor and joy, or embracing the appetites at the series' core.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery