Critic Consensus: The Knick is sincere, emotional period television that takes a down-to-earth, no-holds-barred approach to vital topics.
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as Dr. John W. Thackery
as Dr. Algernon Edwards
as Lucy Elkins
as Herman Barrow
as Cornelia Robertson
as Dr. Bertram "Bertie" Chickering Jr.
as Tom Cleary
as Sister Harriet
as Dr. Everett Gallinger
as Jacob Speight
as Eleanor Gallinger
as Capt. August Robertson
as Dr. J.M. Christiansen
as Jesse Edwards
as Dr. Zinberg
as Typhoid Mary Mallon
News & Interviews for The Knick: Season 1
The Knick isn't merely good -- but clinically, historically (even sociologically) interesting.
Overall, The Knick is a sublimely addictive ride for which viewers will want to scrub up.
The Knick is an astonishing new medical drama that has the potential to be one of the year's best and most talked-about shows.
Getting into The Knick ...will take two or three episodes. But once you check into this particular TV hospital, and stick around for a while, you'll care about the characters, their stories and their amazing new inventions.
Though the series boasts fine acting, a fluent script and a star director, it's not much more involving than the average broadcast hospital drama. It's watchable but not must-watchable.
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