The Alienist: Season 2

The Alienist: Season 2

The Alienist: Season 2

Set in New York during the end of the 19th Century, this Golden Globe-nominated crime series follows a criminal psychologist (Daniel Brühl), a newspaper illustrator (Luke Evans) and a secretary (Dakota Fanning) brought together by police commissioner Theodore Roosevelt to investigate several murders of male prostitutes. Created by Cary Joji Fukunaga (True Detective).

2020USA
CrimeDramaMystery

Streaming (1 Provider)

Reviews & comments

Salon

Salon

press

If Fanning's relative stiffness was excusable in "The Alienist" owing to the idea that Sara's confidence in her intellect was new and constantly being assaulted in this man's world, here she's calcified her emotions.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

“The Alienist” maintains its high production values — costumes by Rudy Mance and Ruth Ammon’s production design help retain the series’ meticulous elegance — but it’s still an empty, purposeless exercise in dramatic drudgery.

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While “Angel of Darkness” has its blaringly anachronistic moments — “sounds like a plan,” Sarah says at one point — it’s well-tooled and visually detailed enough to keep you coming back for more genteel punishment.

Salon

Salon

press

If Fanning's relative stiffness was excusable in "The Alienist" owing to the idea that Sara's confidence in her intellect was new and constantly being assaulted in this man's world, here she's calcified her emotions.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

“The Alienist” maintains its high production values — costumes by Rudy Mance and Ruth Ammon’s production design help retain the series’ meticulous elegance — but it’s still an empty, purposeless exercise in dramatic drudgery.

Collider

Collider

press

While “Angel of Darkness” has its blaringly anachronistic moments — “sounds like a plan,” Sarah says at one point — it’s well-tooled and visually detailed enough to keep you coming back for more genteel punishment.

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