Dead to Me: Season 1

Dead to Me: Season 1

Dead to Me: Season 1

In a Golden Globe nominated performance, Christina Applegate leads this Netflix black comedy series as a hard-edged woman searching for the hit-and-run driver who killed her husband.

While grieving, she befriends a fellow widow (Linda Cardellini, Mad Men) who seems a lot more upbeat, but her odd behaviour hints to a secret from her past. Co-stars James Marsden (Sonic the Hedgehog).

2019USA
ComedyDrama

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
3 May 2019

Pilot

Overwhelmed by grief and anger after her husband's sudden death, acerbic real estate agent Jen meets tenderhearted Judy at a support group.

EPISODE 1.2
3 May 2019

Maybe I'm Crazy

Amid her escalating rage over the stalled investigation into her husband's death, Jen becomes more entangled in Judy's messy personal life.

EPISODE 1.3
3 May 2019

It's All My Fault

On what would have been her husband's 50th birthday, Jen clashes with her disapproving mother-in-law over the best way to mark the occasion.

EPISODE 1.4
3 May 2019

I Can't Go Back

When Jen discovers that her late husband harbored a devastating secret, she enlists Judy's help in tracking down more information.

EPISODE 1.5
3 May 2019

I've Gotta Get Away

A grief retreat in Palm Springs gives Jen a chance to move on and cut loose under the watchful eye of Judy, who soon follows her friend's lead.

EPISODE 1.6
3 May 2019

Oh My God

Jen realizes her sons aren't coping with their dad's death as well as she thought they were. Judy joins Nick as he investigates the hit-and-run.

EPISODE 1.7
3 May 2019

I Can Handle It

A break in the case and a crushing business setback leave Jen shaken. Judy and Steve take care of unfinished business.

EPISODE 1.8
3 May 2019

Try To Stop Me

Jen makes a reckless decision after Nick narrows down the list of potential suspects, and Judy feels renewed hope over her relationship with Steve.

EPISODE 1.9
3 May 2019

I Have To Be Honest

As Jen's life begins to crumble personally and professionally, she reveals her darkest secret to Judy, who does some confessing of her own.

EPISODE 1.10
3 May 2019

You Have To Go

Armed with the truth about her husband's death, Jen demands justice. Meanwhile, Judy's attempt to make amends causes all sorts of problems for Steve.

Dead to Me: Season 1 / Reviews

The Guardian

The Guardian

Dead to Me is a leaden thing, neither comic fish nor dramatic fowl, soapy delight nor knife-edge thriller. Aside from the leads, who do as much as they can with very little and are dedicated in their efforts to do justice to the pain of bereavement, it has nothing to recommend it.

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Salon

Salon

Across its ten half-hour episodes creator Liz Feldman connects one watchable moment on top of another, hanging everything together curiously, if not altogether successfully.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

It turns out there’s a far more interesting portrayal of female friendship happening in the margins of all the carefully-plotted action.

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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

I appreciate when a show like this is not closed off to the idea of genuine sentiment, when it understands that its flat joke about the darkness in all people isn’t really that funny or surprising anymore. Things actually mean things on Dead to Me, sensational and often convenient as the show’s schema might be.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Like many good dramas, everything is constructed around an initial act of deception; once you know about it, you’ll spend the rest of this easily addictive series fretting about when and how the truth will finally come out.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

For the most part, “Dead To Me” allows the people who move through its story to excel at self-deception, a choice that’s more honest, more interesting, and very convenient for a series so devoted to twists and cliffhangers.

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USA Today

USA Today

Sure, it's not the stuff of frozen zombies or universe-killing aliens, but the dark comedy's devastating twist nonetheless makes it a beautiful and harrowing experience, as does the rest of the impeccably acted and written series.

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