Dancing on the Edge: Season 1 (2013)
Critic Consensus: Visually resplendent but occasionally pretentious, Dancing on the Edge benefits from a first-rate cast and a terrific 1930s jazz soundtrack.
Drama about the rise to fame of a black jazz band in 1930s London at a time of extraordinary change.
as Louis Lester
as Lady Cremone
as Stanley Mitchell
as Julian Luscombe
as Pamela Luscombe
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This show doesn't dance - on the edge, or anywhere else. Instead, it lumbers straight into the tar pit.
The five episodes... are brimming with twists, surprises, delightful set pieces - and some very unexpected performances.
Dancing on the Edge is a thing of beauty to watch, as the scenes of noirish late-night jazz discoveries in 1930s England are so wonderful to behold.
Whatever the case, [the postscript episode]...opens doors the series until then had pointedly kept closed, though it doesn't feel like resolution, only poor planning.
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