Harlots: Season 3

Harlots: Season 3

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A mother struggles to raise her daughters in 18th century London while running a brothel in this eight-episode show.

2019UK, USA
DramaHistorical

Harlots: Season 3 | Reviews

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

While the initial episodes suffer some narrative foundering, season three retains the show’s campy flourishes, including an upbeat, anachronistic score and intentionally stagey performances.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

What saves Harlots from falling down the ancient traps of objectification, fetishisation, and sexist tropes of “tarts with hearts” and hookers who secretly love it is its solidly female gaze. Plus its commitment to diversity and top-notch writing.

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Salon

Salon

“Harlots” skips with a rebellious sense of joy this season, even though would-be pimps led by Isaac Pincher (Alfie Allen) descend on their tiny gynocracy intent upon stealing from these female entrepreneurs by threatening violence. ... But if the message must be harsh, at the very least the writers and directors help it go down with attitude and elegance.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

In its third season, “Harlots” maintains everything that has made it occasionally difficult to watch – the societal injustice, the violence towards women, the massive cast of characters – but those aspects are what makes this series worthwhile since they also pay off with insight, spirit, and cheeky humor.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Consistently been one of TV's top dramas of the last few years. ... The plot [is] more intricate (and enthralling) than filigree. Yet, the storylines — involving heist, blackmail and arson in just the first three episodes — merely pay homage to the heart-wrenching themes of weaponized sexuality and the shackles of status.

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