Hustle: Season 5 (2009 - 2010)

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Series 5 of the BBC's critically-acclaimed con artist drama "Hustle" opens with Mickey 'Bricks' (Adrian Lester) returning to London to face an upsetting situation: the members of the original gang have parted and gone their separate ways. Soon they do reunite, albeit with some key personnel changes; still present are Mickey, the newly paroled Albert (Robert Vaughn) and strategic planner Ash (Robert Glenister); new recruits include siblings Sean Kennedy (Matt Di Angelo) and Emma Kennedy (Kelly Adams). Marks this season include two nefarious intellectual property wizards and a wealthy bumbler named Alfie Baron (Tom Goodman Hill); meanwhile, Albert's parole is put at risk when the prison governor catches him running an illicit betting ring and the whole team risks being discovered by authorities while posing as lawyers and attempting to save a local community center.

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Critic Reviews for Hustle Season 5

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At its heart this is a classic ensemble piece that relies entirely on the convincing nature of the actors.

Sep 25, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Hustle: Season 5

  • Aug 29, 2019
    Everything you want from the genre and more. The action is fun, the characters are engaging and fully realised without flashbacks or monologues every episode, and the underlying family theme really hits the mark.

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