The Righteous Gemstones - Season 1
It is a series of family comics embodied by a family famous in the world of television who managed to establish a full religious empire. That family faces along a long tradition of deviation, greed and philanthropy. During a long period, the family struggles with many threats to their famous religious empire, as they continue to spread the good word over the days.
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Critics Of "The Righteous Gemstones - Season 1"
August 16, 2019 As with [Danny] McBride's previous HBO shows, Gemstones delicately balances the ridiculous and extreme with surprisingly subtle character moments that keeps the show from drifting too far away from legitimate emotion and humanity.Read in Source
August 15, 2019 The Righteous Gemstones is hallelujah-worthy for its performances, energy, comedy, dramedy and occasional little heart tugs.Read in Source
The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
August 16, 2019 The laughs are usually there, even if the thoughtfulness isn't. And, to be fair, Gemstones gets better as it goes along.Read in Source
August 16, 2019 Gemstones operates at a much grander scale than Vice Principals' shabby high school or Eastbound's minor league baseball diamond. And scale means opportunity.Read in Source
August 16, 2019 It's the Danny McBride way. Go big or go even bigger.Read in Source
August 14, 2019 Putting characters first is rarely a bad idea with ongoing TV series, and McBride ensures viewers will want to keep coming back just to see more of what this cast can do.Read in Source
August 16, 2019 The Righteous Gemstones is uneven but solid and engaging; I'm already dying to know what happens next. In a way, it's reflective of the megachurches it skewers: It's so easy to find yourself dazzled and buy into it completely.Read in Source
August 14, 2019 This is a decent show that could quickly become good or even great. All the pieces are there, even if McBride seems to be struggling at the beginning to put them together into one convincing sermon.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
August 16, 2019 McBride and Hill's comedies sometimes take a while to land on the right tone, and maybe that will be the case with this one, too. But for now, it's a show about a spiritually bankrupt family that hasn't quite found its own soul.Read in Source
August 16, 2019 The show already feels like McBride's best work, with the needle threading the tiny spaces he has to operate inside to make a show about terrible people work. Your mileage may vary, though. And that's fine.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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