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Gov. McCall Cullen
Dr. Ella Harris
Gerald 'Babe' McGantry
The supporting actors are all capable, although Grammer's glower clearly is the series' tower of power.
At the heart of this drama, in every sense, is Grammer. It's worth turning on this show just to watch his performance.
The good news is that the focus is here in the second season, one that feels even more like Shakespearian drama but that justifies its self-seriousness more than in season one with fascinating characters.
Boss stands as testament both to the declamatory acting heft of Grammer, whose square head, booming expletives and rolled shirtsleeves bespeak a very male brand of executive power, and to the purchasing acumen of Channel 4.
Season 2 of Boss started off with a great deal of promise... In the end, the finale left the season with a sense of lackadaisical repetition, a shuffling of the pieces, instead of decisively pushing them forward.
...t a hardboiled, somewhat abstracted view of power relations as practiced by a varied cast of characters... while also imparting an almost Shakespearean grandeur to the proceedings.
The simple truth is that no amount of twitching is going to make Boss compelling.
Boss has earned that second chance, and while it will never be what you might call a joy ride, the journey is considerably more absorbing now.
I'm still hooked on Boss; watching Kane and his political machine proved too mesmerizing to resist.
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