The Undoing: Season 1

The Undoing: Season 1

The Undoing: Season 1

Nicole Kidman leads this six-episode limited series from director Susanne Bier (After the Wedding, TV's The Night Manager) and writer David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies) about a New York therapist whose life is upended when she's entangled in a murder investigation. Co-stars Hugh Grant, Donald Sutherland and Edgar Ramírez (American Crime Story).

2020USAHBO
CrimeDrama
Creator:
David E. Kelley ('Big Little Lies', 'The Practice', 'LA Law')
Cast:
Nicole KidmanHugh GrantDonald SutherlandEdgar Ramírez

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
26 October 2020

The Undoing

Grace Fraser becomes intrigued by a young mother at her son’s school. Later, news of a tragedy rocks the school community.

EPISODE 1.2
2 November 2020

The Missing

After seeking refuge at her father’s house, Grace finds herself on the receiving end of detectives’ probing questions.

EPISODE 1.3
9 November 2020

Do No Harm

Grace hears Jonathan’s side of the story and finds herself being followed by someone close to Elena.

EPISODE 1.4
16 November 2020

See No Evil

As Haley begins to shape the narrative of the case, Franklin uses his resources to help his family.

EPISODE 1.5
23 November 2020

Trial by Fury

On the first day of the trial, the prosecution presents shocking evidence, while the defense casts doubt on the police investigation. Later, Henry divulges a secret to Grace.

EPISODE 1.6
30 November 2020

Episode 6

Haley challenges her own ethics in her defense strategy. As the courtroom theater mounts, Grace takes measures to protect herself and her family.

The Undoing: Season 1 / Reviews

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

An always watchable murder mystery, it never becomes completely gripping, neither a nuanced study of a wealthy family falling apart or a trashy melodrama where Nicole Kidman loses it over six episodes..

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Vulture

Vulture

The Undoing has the potential to be more substantive than it is, and it's a little disappointing that it isn't. Still, it offers a moody sense of atmosphere, a welcome reminder of New York's pre-pandemic days,

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The New York Times

The New York Times

This should all be sexily entertaining, and even fun, with Kidman and Hugh Grant playing Grace and Jonathan, and Kelley supplying the banter they exchange around the townhouse kitchen island. And for one episode it is.

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Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

Bathed in rich, autumnal colors as we quickly get to the trial portion of the proceedings, which of course feature all sorts of goings-on you'd never see in real life. But who cares.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

The story has gossipy moms, an elite school and a murder investigation. Yet neither the sharp performances nor the lush window dressing can save scripts that have so little to say.

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Collider

Collider

This is an entertaining story that’s well-performed by an impressive cast, so here’s hoping the final episodes show me something I haven’t seen before.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

The Undoing is beautiful — the people, the locations, the coats! — and we’re all apt to cut beautiful things a little slack. Through all of the misdirects, the characters’ dumb decisions, the dreamy detours, The Undoing kept me guessing — and, of course, gloating over everyone’s misfortune.

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Variety

Variety

The new HBO limited series is, to no one’s surprise, ably acted and handsomely made. ... It’s just a shame that it couldn’t resist those [true crime] clichés to become something much more powerful than just another case of the week.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A glacially paced, frustratingly scattered and stubbornly uninteresting drama that’s one of the most disappointing shows I’ve seen all year.

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