TV Series | TV-MA | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
Baltimore drug scene, seen through the eyes of drug dealers and law enforcement.
Domenick Lombardozzi speaks with the accent of his native South Bronx, which producers did not believe Lombardozzi would be able to convincingly hide and so did not ask him to try, planning a future explanation as to why the character was policing in Baltimore. Ultimately, in the fifth season premiere episode, The Wire: More with Less (2008), Herc mentions having come from the Bronx when he makes a reference to his hometown New York Yankees being historically more successful than the Baltimore Orioles.
Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty:
No name, huh? Well, for now, we'll just call you Boris.
Sergei 'Serge' Malatov: Boris. Why always Boris?
Tommy Carcetti (actor Aidan Gillen) Baltimore "accent" either sounds like a garbled accent or like his true accent which is that of his native Ireland.
The opening song is the same, but every season a new version is used with different artists performing in different genres (blues, soul, etc.).
English, Greek, Mandarin, Spanish
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