The Wire - Season 1
The first season focus on two major groups of characters: the Baltimore police department and a drug dealing organization run by the Barksdale family. What are their views and perspectives.
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Critics Of "The Wire - Season 1"
Neil Genzlinger New York Times
May 15, 2014 The Wire' doesn't have the pulsating, addictive urgency (or the obvious good guys and bad guys) of '24.Read in Source
Terry Kelleher People Magazine
May 15, 2014 As we gradually get to know the players... The Wire grows electric.Read in Source
Robert Bianco USA Today
May 15, 2014 The Wire may just leave you with a slightly better understanding of people we spend most of our lives ignoring or avoiding. And that's reason enough to follow where [David] Simon leads.Read in Source
Andy Battaglia AV Club
June 06, 2014 The story's details make for startling drama, but the framework surrounds a rich cast of characters who give The Wire its heart and mind.Read in Source
Howard Rosenberg Los Angeles Times
May 15, 2014 Joining Six Feet Under, Sex and the City, Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Sopranos on this pedestal is The Wire, a scorching look at the drug trade in a Baltimore housing project through the eyes of mid-level dealers and police.Read in Source
David Zurawik Baltimore Sun
May 15, 2014 Those who stick with the show for two or three episodes are going to find themselves caring about people with whom they may never have imagined becoming acquainted.Read in Source
Melissa Camacho Common Sense Media
June 06, 2014 Its straightforward, uncomfortable portrayal of America's urban crisis makes the issues facing urban America difficult to forget.Read in Source
Rob Owen Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
May 15, 2014 It's a murky world with no clear good guys made all the more unclear by stories, characters and motivations that unfold at a snail's pace.Read in Source
Tim Goodman San Francisco Chronicle
May 15, 2014 There's much that resonates here more powerfully than in your tidy beat-down and lock-'em-up broadcast story line.Read in Source
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