Critic Consensus: 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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as Terry Muldoon
as Charlie Bullman
as Lt. King
as Vince Latucci
as Pat Duffy
as Sean O'Bannon
as Petey 'Mac' Mackenna
as Jimmy Shea
as Mickey Crawford
as Corinne O'Boyle
as John Irvin
as Neil Fogarty
as Richi Biondi
as Val Vandegroot
as Darnell `Shag' Ruggs
News & Interviews for Public Morals: Season 1
It's easy for a director to fall in love with his décor to the detriment of the storytelling.
Public Morals is engaging enough, with a jazzy pace, assured direction and a number of fine performances.
All the stories are connected, and the cast is universally great.
The action in this drama is there to serve the characters, who are always unique and engaging.
With its '60s look and its vintage '60s musical soundtrack, I like to think of it as a formerly undiscovered 10-hour cop movie from that era.
Audience Reviews for Public Morals: Season 1
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