Reservation Dogs: Season 1

Reservation Dogs: Season 1

Reservation Dogs: Season 1

Four Indigenous teens in Oklahoma save money from their low-reward crimes with the hope of one day travelling to the faraway land of California in this comedy series from Oscar winner Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit) and Sterlin Harjo (Mekko).

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EPISODE 1.1
15 September 2021

F*ckin' Rez Dogs

One year after the death of their friend, four Native teens commit crimes to fund their efforts to leave their home in rural Oklahoma.

EPISODE 1.2
15 September 2021

NDN Clinic

A new crew threatens the Reservation Dogs while they try and make some money selling meat pies outside the local IHS Clinic.

EPISODE 1.3
15 September 2021

Uncle Brownie

With a new rivalry crew threatening the Rez Dogs, Elora seeks out her Uncle to help them learn how to fight.

EPISODE 1.4

What About Your Dad

Expected arrival: 22 September 2021 

The town prepares for Bear's rapper father to come to town and perform at the local IHS conference.

EPISODE 1.5

Come and Get Your Love

Expected arrival: 29 September 2021 

Cheese goes on a ride along with Big.

EPISODE 1.6

Hunting

Expected arrival: 6 October 2021 

Willie Jack and Leon go hunting.

EPISODE 1.7

California Dreamin'

Expected arrival: 13 October 2021 

Elora Danan takes her driver's test.

EPISODE 1.8

Satvrday

Expected arrival: 20 October 2021 

:( Episode synopsis not known. Yet.

Reservation Dogs: Season 1 / Reviews

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Reservation Dogs is the definition of authentic storytelling. The first four episodes capture the intangible feeling and nuanced truth that is specific to the Oklahoma Native experience unlike anything that has aired prior.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Reservation Dogs is kooky, hilarious, and just what you'd expect from the minds of co-creators Waititi and Harjo.

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Vulture

Vulture

With a little patience, Reservation Dogs will enchant you.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

This delicate balance between innocence and precarity is the key to Dogs’ wistful winsomeness. There’s a subtle but resolute refusal to sugarcoat the lives of young people in dusty, empty Okern...

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Paste

Paste

It's an easy-going show, foul and funny, specific and accessible. It's not about the kids being noble heroes or crime-loving villains; they're just people.

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Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

At once distinctly its own thing and distinctly familiar.

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Salon

Salon

From front to back, every episode rolls with a low key, consistent humor that invites you to float with it, placing you firmly within this world of loony, friendly neighbours and relatives.

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IGN

IGN

An engaging and entertaining hang that's both lazy and busy, casual and rich...

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Decider

Decider

Reservation Dogs is funny, first and foremost. But it’s also a unique look at life for teens on rural Native American reservations...

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Reservation Dogs is making important strides, not least of which is being one of the best new shows of the year.

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New York Post

New York Post

Each episode functions in its own little universe while, at the same time, inching the characters along at a leisurely pace...

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TV Guide

TV Guide

The chillest TV-watching experience you'll ever have...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

What really stands out in Reservation Dogs is a location you've never seen before on TV and an astonishing cast of young newcomers... without a weak link among them.

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The Age

The Age

These half-hour episodes brim with location detail, non-actors, and a sense of place.

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

Reservation Dogs captures a feeling more successfully than it develops its characters, but there’s a power to its aimlessness.

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Variety

Variety

Reservation Dogs is a lovely, eminently watchable triumph.

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