The Deuce, created and written by David Simon and George Pelecanos, tells the story of the legalization and ensuing rise of the porn industry in New York beginning in the 1970s. Themes explored include the violence of the drug epidemic and the resulting real estate booms and busts that coincided with the change. The show’s title is derived from the nickname for 42nd Street between Seventh Avenue and Eighth Avenue.
EndGame is psyched to announce that we’ll be recapping and reviewing the new, critically acclaimed HBO series The Deuce, which tells the story of the legalization and ensuing rise of the porn industry in New York beginning in the 1970s. And how can that be a bad thing?
Mr. Robot, created, directed, and occasionally not written by Sam Esmail, is the story of Elliot Alderson and his attempt to bring down the largest corporation on the planet. Or to stop himself from trying to bring down the largest corporation on the plant. Ya know? It’s like that. Plus B. D. Wong.
Game of Thrones, created by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, is an epic and sweeping story that is given an equally epic and sweeping production telling, from many character’s perspectives, the story of the struggle for Westeros.
Game of Thrones airs Sunday nights at 10pm on HBO…
Fargo, created and frequently written by Noah Hawley, is a strange, dark, psuedo-crime anthology set in the vast flat plains of North Dakota. It’s based on the 1996 film of the same name written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.
Fargo airs Wednesday nights at 10pm on FX, beginning April 19th.
Better Call Saul, is the prequel series to the amazing and award-winning Breaking Bad and like Breaking Bad it’s produced by Vince Gilligan. It follows the metamorphosis of Jimmy McGill into Saul Goodman and provides colorful backstories for Saul and many of the characters in Breaking Bad.
Better Call Saul airs Monday nights at 10 pm on AMC…
The Americans, from showrunners Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields, is the story of Phillip and Elizabeth Jennings, two deep-cover Soviet agents living as a regular American family in suburban Washington, DC, in the early 1980s.