The Deuce
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The first two seasons of The Deuce are available on Crave in Canada. Season 3 (the final season) returns to HBO and Crave on September 9, 2019.

Access Method: Subscription
PLATFORMS SUPPORTED
SHOW INFO
Status: In Production
Premiere: September 10, 2017
Genre: Drama

 



REVIEWS

86

  • 93% 93%
  • 81% 81%
  • 85% 85%
The Deuce

The first two seasons of The Deuce are available on Crave in Canada. Season 3 (the final season) returns to HBO and Crave on September 9, 2019.




Access Method: Subscription




 


PLATFORMS SUPPORTED




SHOW INFO

Status: In Production


Premiere: September 10, 2017

Genre: Drama


 



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REVIEWS

86*

  • 93% 93%
  • 81% 81%
  • 85% 85%

*This is the show’s PeakTV score. It is an average of this show’s Metacritic, IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

SUMMARY

Based in 1970s New York, this show gives a raw and gritty portayal of the prostitution business that was so publicly executed at that time. As a result of police crack-down, the characters are forced to venture towards relatively safer and more discrete forms of the same work.

RELATED NEWS

 
‘The Deuce’ Jumps Ahead to the ’80s and Sees the Future 
‘The Deuce’ Jumps Ahead to the ’80s and Sees the Future 

Ahead of the show’s final season premiere, David Simon and George Pelecanos talked about its abiding poignancy and the legacy of 42nd Street.

September 8, 2019  NY Times 
September 8, 2019  NY Times 

SUMMARY

Based in 1970s New York, this show gives a raw and gritty portayal of the prostitution business that was so publicly executed at that time. As a result of police crack-down, the characters are forced to venture towards relatively safer and more discrete forms of the same work.

 

RELATED NEWS

 

 
‘The Deuce’ Jumps Ahead to the ’80s and Sees the Future 
‘The Deuce’ Jumps Ahead to the ’80s and Sees the Future 

Ahead of the show’s final season premiere, David Simon and George Pelecanos talked about its abiding poignancy and the legacy of 42nd Street.

September 8, 2019  NY Times 
September 8, 2019  NY Times 

This show page was last updated September 9, 2019 9:56 am

 

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