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There's more than enough to like here, including great performances from Michael Sheen and Mark Bonnar.
"Quiz" is a thought-provoking and entertaining miniseries, even if it peters out a bit close to the end.
You'll be amazed at how much you didn't know about this story. I would say genuinely that this is my favourite show of the year so far.
The script, by playwright James Graham, is unpretentious but spiked with wit. Stephen Frears directs with a typically deft hand. And the cast is superb.
Frears' charm and whimsy feel all but absent, limited to a few scenes or dialogue exchanges. For a quiz, this feels too easy.
[Quiz] is worth watching, even if it has no answer for its million-dollar question...it adopts this ambiguous position to expose the malleable nature of truth, and how facts can be interpreted in contrasting ways.
Quiz is such a satisfying highbrow take on a lowbrow scandal at a middlebrow show, that if Matthew Macfadyen gets his first Emmy nomination for this instead of for Succession, I won't even be that mad.
The game show scandal is a niche genre, but it has become a personal favorite, from Robert Redford's "Quiz Show" (1994) to Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire" (2008). Now, you can add another gem with the three-episode British miniseries "Quiz."
Quiz will surprise and delight in its even-handedness and compelling recreation of events.
Quiz is compelling far beyond the nature of its original source. More than that, the show is also witty and very funny, with stellar performances.
Come for MacFadyen in a short-sleeved, pastel color-blocked polo shirt, sweating under the show lights as he fumbles for the answers. Come for Clifford's clipped directives to her hapless husband...
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