Boss 2 Seasons 2014

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Season 2
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201. Louder Than Words AGES_15_AND_OVER

Kane looks to the future, setting his sights on reviving a subsidized housing project. While his political future seems bright, Kane continues to battle for control over his disease.

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57 minutes

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Louder Than Words

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Season 2

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Genres Drama
Season year 2014
Network Lionsgate
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on 13 May 2014
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This Was a fantastic show but sadly was Cancelled after 10 Episodes due to a drop in ratings.A film was being discussed to finish the show's storylines, however those plans were cancelled after series creator Farhad Safinia declined to move forward with the project. I personally recommend it's very Enjoyable.

The series follows Tom Kane, the Mayor of Chicago, who has recently been diagnosed with dementia with Lewy bodies, a degenerative neurological disorder. Determined to remain in charge, Kane conceals the disease from everyone around him except his own physician, Dr. Ella Harris. Those around Kane are too busy with their own lives to notice anything unusual. Kane's marriage to his wife Meredith is nothing more than one of convenience. Kane's closest advisors, Kitty O'Neill and Ezra Stone, begin to suspect something is wrong with the Mayor but respect him too much to ask any questions, while State Treasurer Ben Zajac is too busy cultivating his political ambitions to become the next Governor of Illinois to notice anything out of the ordinary.

Season 2 Episode 1
"Louder Than Words"

Tom Kane cements his mayoral legacy with a lavish ceremony celebrating the groundbreaking of the new modernized O'Hare terminals. Now Kane looks to the future, setting his sights on reviving a subsidized housing project. While his political future seems bright, Kane continues to battle for control over his disease.

"Through and Through"

Kane uses a tragedy in his personal life to further his political agenda and ultimately win control over the housing authority.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SH_ VINE VOICE on 12 Aug 2014
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In my view this is ten times better than the dreary and predictable House of Cards. It's also much better acted and much more intense an examination of the corruption of power. Every time I sit down to an episode I marvel at the quality of the writing, the storylines, the acting and the way it sets up complex ethical issues in an adult way. Quite marvellous.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Baerends on 23 Sep 2014
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The second and, alas, final season of this amazingly good series. If you like 'the wire' or 'house of cards', you'll like this one even more. And if you like both, you just can't miss 'boss'. Real shame this series was stopped after season 2 - but no reason not to see it!
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I absolutely loved it! Why on earth this series has been discontinued I have no clue! The best series I have ever watched after Breaking Bad and House of Cards. Farhad Safinia you must be a fool to discontinue it. Kelsey Grammer is incredible on his role...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mrs S Patrick on 27 July 2014
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So good. Definitely on a par with House of Cards.
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Gripping drama, Kelsey Grammer is mesmerising as the ruthless Mayor of Chicago who will go to any lengths to keep his "kingdom"! Tragic that there is no Season 3!
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By Amazon Customer on 13 Aug 2014
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Brilliant. Can't believe this show was cancelled. As good or better than House of Cards
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By Michael 1927 on 24 Sep 2014
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Excellent TV -hard to believe it was dropped after only 2 series. Great value too
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