A Teacher: Season 1

A Teacher: Season 1

A Teacher: Season 1

Kate Mara is Claire, a teacher at a suburban Texas high school who begins an illicit affair with her student (Nick Robinson) in this 10-part drama. Their secret relationship accelerates fast and the complexities that ensue causes a rupture in their lives and community. Created by Hannah Fidell, based on her 2013 independent film of the same name.

2020USAFX, Hulu
Drama

Streaming (1 Provider)

Reviews & comments

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

“A Teacher” ditches style, insight, and sexual politics for debased suburban behavior. At a time when TV embraces inventive and risky storytelling, “A Teacher” looks and feels like something that belonged on cable 10 years ago.

Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

Robinson, with his boyish, sad-eyed beauty and quiet charm, deftly manages Eric’s transition from lovestruck kid to haunted young adult. He and Mara have a palpable chemistry (but don’t worry, folks — Robinson is 25). As Claire, Mara does her best work after the affair is exposed.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

This A Teacher isn’t a stretched-out “five-hour movie” of her original vision, but a miniseries that feels much more fleshed-out and thought-through, with surprisingly little overlap between the two projects.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

“A Teacher” ditches style, insight, and sexual politics for debased suburban behavior. At a time when TV embraces inventive and risky storytelling, “A Teacher” looks and feels like something that belonged on cable 10 years ago.

Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

Robinson, with his boyish, sad-eyed beauty and quiet charm, deftly manages Eric’s transition from lovestruck kid to haunted young adult. He and Mara have a palpable chemistry (but don’t worry, folks — Robinson is 25). As Claire, Mara does her best work after the affair is exposed.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

This A Teacher isn’t a stretched-out “five-hour movie” of her original vision, but a miniseries that feels much more fleshed-out and thought-through, with surprisingly little overlap between the two projects.

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