Public Morals: Season 1 (2015)


Season 1
Public Morals

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Public Morals is a worthy mob crime drama, with a strong leading man and a talented supporting cast counterbalancing cliché-ridden dialogue.

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Critic Ratings: 28

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User Ratings: 190

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Air date: Aug 25, 2015

In the early 1960s, officer Terry Muldoon runs the Public Morals Division of the New York police department; Muldoon struggles to raise his family in the increasingly violent Hell's Kitchen neighborhood.

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Air date: Sep 1, 2015

Muldoon's aunt asks him to find the person behind his uncle's murder; Sean O'Bannon starts a romance with his best friend's sister; Bullman takes Shea to a private, illegal casino.

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Air date: Sep 8, 2015

Mr. O's wake brings together Muldoon and the west side Irish mob; Muldoon and Patton agree to discuss the case; Muldoon gets a tip about an illegal card game run by the Italian mob.

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Air date: Sep 15, 2015

Muldoon and Latucci take their wives on a double date; O'Bannon has some fun at Shea's expense while arresting a couple of hookers; Kane takes the first step in avenging Mr. O's death.

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Air date: Sep 22, 2015

Rusty takes revenge after making a discovery; Latucci's friendship with an Italian mobster is questioned; Bullman's relationship with a high-end call girl is further complicated; Smitty discovers that being a boss brings unexpected danger.

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Air date: Sep 29, 2015

Muldoon and Bullman find themselves in the line of fire; Sgt. Mike invites Patton to visit him in order to gain some traction with the Mr. O murder investigation; O'Bannon is included in a dangerous pursuit.

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Air date: Oct 6, 2015

Muldoon juggles tensions at home with his family; Lt. King helps out an old flame; Kane and Hopkins plot their revenge; Patton questions his brother's loyalty.

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Air date: Oct 13, 2015

Muldoon must make a final decision about whether Shea should be in Public Morals and puts him to the test; Kane returns to Hell's Kitchen.

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Air date: Oct 20, 2015

Muldoon gets a surprising tip; Patton is officially done with Rusty; Christine plans to leave Hell's Kitchen; Deirdre receives some unexpected news.

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Air date: Oct 20, 2015

The streets of Hell's Kitchen run red with the blood of the Irish mafia; Muldoon treats Christine to a night on the town; Duffy gets surprising news from Deirdre; Bullman's feelings for Fortune intensify.

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Cast & Crew

Edward Burns
Terry Muldoon

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Michael Rapaport
Charlie Bullman

Actor
Elizabeth Masucci
Christine Muldoon

Actor
Ruben Santiago-Hudson
Lt. King

Actor
Wass Stevens
Vince Latucci

Actor
Keith Nobbs
Pat Duffy

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Austin Stowell
Sean O'Bannon

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Patrick Murney
Petey "Mac" McKenna

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Katrina Bowden
Fortune

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Lyndon Smith
Deirdre

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Brian Wiles
Jimmy Shea

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Cormac Cullinane
James Muldoon

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Steven Spielberg
Executive Producer
Justin Falvey
Executive Producer
Darryl Frank
Executive Producer
Aaron Lubin
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Audience Reviews for Public Morals: Season 1

  • Apr 24, 2016
    Nu are nici o idee noua
  • Oct 25, 2015
    The gangster noir genre is always tricky. Because there is never any good cops vs bad guys. It's always Bad people vs Not so Bad people and Public Morals does an excellent job of utilizing the current Anti-hero appreciation wave. The characters are complex and simple at the same time and the pacing of the show makes sure you never truly have an idea about what's going to happen next.
  • Oct 23, 2015
    Great show, excellent acting from all members of the cast & well written scripts. I can't wait for the next season to start
  • Oct 09, 2015
    this is the best new show on TV this FALL
  • Sep 23, 2015
    A character actors heaven esp for weirdo types incl the always great freakie fella (yes a hero to me) the usually wonderfully uncomfortable seeming Kevin Corrigan, goofy freak Michael Rappaport, creepy creep Neal McDonough (Justified) , old familiar Brian Deheny and many others...even the main character Edward Burns is often more of the characet type (even if he wishes otherwise, heee heee)...acting aside, the scenery itself and style are also the show here...so if youre looking for grounbreaking amazingly gripping story, this isnt the place....nonetheless its a stand out unique crime show that falls somewhere between Boardwalk Empire and the sort of detective shows (pocedureals?) I personally dont match watch...set in the 60s it has a sort of medley style that at times feels closer to period 40s or older but others late 60s hip swinging times...the music accentuates this unique feel....i also like the mix of Italian and Irish stereptypes with more... Anyway its a worthwhile more than watchable show that surely all of us have looked at much morse...not a life changer nor brain bender, but plenty good...the cast, direction, atmosphere, etc make up for adequate but straight forward scripting....its enough to hope they keep making it just to see what guest actors might surface...
  • Sep 19, 2015
    Premise is a little silly. Every cop is corrupt. Somewhat possible for the day. They all hang in bars shoulder to shoulder with hardened criminals. this rarely happened. Complex characters upholding the law, while breaking it, yet presented in a simplistic manner. Streetwalker hookers/b-girls made up and dressed like Upper East Side call girls. I preferred the more believable original Muldoon : There's a holdup in the Bronx. Brooklyn's broken out in fight. There's a traffic jam in Harlem, That's backed up to Jackson Heights. A scout troop's lost a child. Khrushchev's due at Idlewild! Car 54, where are you!
  • Sep 08, 2015
    I have admired the work of Edward Burns since his film "The Brothers McMullen". The cast is great, What a pleasure to see Brian Dennehy, and a terrific supporting cast including a favorite of mine, Michael Rapaport !
  • Sep 08, 2015
    I tried two episodes and I was extremely disappointed. Basically it's about a bunch of thug policemen in the 1960's. I don't even care about any of the characters. So I'm out.
  • Sep 02, 2015
    OMG what a terrible show. I expect this from the major networks but TNT is usually more choosy.
  • Aug 29, 2015
    Watched the first 4 episodes on demand -- was hooked after the first two. The cast is intriguing, and the writing and authenticity of the feel plays well in what I can best describe as Mad Men meets the Wire. Very interested to see the direction the characters go in (Rusty is awesome and Jimmy Shea brings a really interesting feel to the mix). All in all, I think a great watch.

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