npr.org – David Bianculli
Set in New York City in the 1960s, Ed Burns’ new 10-hour series features corrupt cops and gritty gangsters. Critic David Bianculli says Public Morals has the look and feel of a classic police drama.
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This is FRESH AIR. Edward Burns made his mark 20 years ago by writing, directing and starring in the movie “The Brothers McMullen.” Now, he’s the creator, writer and star of the new TNT cable series “Public Morals,” which begins tonight. He directed two of its 10 episodes. It’s a period cop drama set in the ’60s. Our TV critic, David Bianculli, says it reminds him of some classic cop movies from another decade – the ’70s. Here’s his review.
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