Public Morals (2015)

TV Series   |  TV-MA   |    |  Crime, Drama


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Set in the early 1960's in New York City's Public Morals Division, where cops walk the line between morality and criminality as the temptations that come from dealing with all kinds of vice can get the better of them.

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  • Wass Stevens in Public Morals (2015)
  • Edward Burns in Public Morals (2015)
  • Edward Burns in Public Morals (2015)
  • Edward Burns in Public Morals (2015)
  • Edward Burns in Public Morals (2015)
  • Edward Burns in Public Morals (2015)

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Edward Burns

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25 August 2015 | sofianabelle
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| Great premise, excited to see where this goes!
I decided to give Public Morals a shot and I was not disappointed. This show is great! It feels authentic to the times, everything from the accents to the set. Not too overdone either, it doesn't look costume-y nor doesn't it feel like they are trying to hard.

Basically the show is about cops in the 60's and how they deal with crime. Actually, most importantly, it's about how they are a part of crime. They play the line between cops and criminals. Just in the first episode we see them taking bribes, lying, playing illegal games, etc. Yet (so far) they seem like good cops when it matters.

I see it as a show about how people dealt with crime in a time when the law was too restrictive to be enforced. Even gay bars were illegal! These cops are trying to keep the city in order, knowing the law as it is can not be properly enforced. Of course there are some points that cross the line and have us wondering on which side they actually stand.

With plenty of good characters, Public Morals explores not only the crime scene in 1960's New York, but also the family life, values, and the sense of morality of the times.

The show has an interesting premise, and I for one am excited to see where it goes.

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