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Copper 2 Seasons

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3.8 out of 5 stars (19) IMDb 7.6/10

COPPER, is a gripping crime series set in 1860s New York City, and centres on Kevin Corcoran, an intense, rugged Irish-immigrant cop working the citys notorious Five Points neighbourhood. Corcoran is struggling to maintain his moral compass in a turbulent world, while on an emotional and relentless quest to learn the truth about the disappearance of his wife and the death of his daughter.

Starring:
Tom Weston-Jones, Kyle Schmid

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Season 1
1. Surviving Death

As New York City is still recovering from the Draft Riots of 1863, Detective Kevin Corcoran finds himself investigating the murder of a young Five Points girl that hits uncomfortably close to home.

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2. Husbands and Fathers

"September 21, 1864. As Detective Kevin Corcoran and his fellow detectives race to find a plan for Annies safety, a figure from Corcorans past returns to Five Points. As Corcoran pursues the man to obtain the answers he desperately seeks to resolve the loss of his family, he finds that nothing is as it seems when it comes to his daughters death and wifes disappearance.

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3. In the Hands of an Angry God

September 26, 1864. Racial tensions in Five Points come to a head as the body of an Irishman is discovered lynched and hanged. All evidence points toward a black pastor as the murderer. Detective Kevin Corcoran, with the help of Doctor Matthew Freeman, investigates the evidence to clear or condemn the man.

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4. The Empty Locket

During a murder investigation Corcoran uncovers a new piece of evidence that provide clues about his daughter's mysterious death and the disappearance of his wife, as he discovers a tragic personal link to one of Five Points most infamous women.

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5. La Tempete

When a gang scheme to rob the wealthy is uncovered, Corcoran must ensure security at an upscale fundraiser. As the police must prepare for the gala, tensions mount between the detectives and their superiors.

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6. Arsenic and Old Cake

During a murder investigation Corcoran uncovers a new piece of evidence that provide clues about his daughter's mysterious death and the disappearance of his wife, as he discovers a tragic personal link to one of Five Points most infamous women.

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7. The Hudson River School

Corcoran and O'Brien are assigned to solving a peculiar double murder. As they weigh the evidence, it becomes apparent that the facts come together in a surprising case of revenge gone wrong.

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8. Better Times Are Coming

"It is Election Day in New York City and tensions run high and friendships are tested when Maguire takes the law into his own hands and Corcoran is forced to make a difficult decision. Synopsis: November 8, 1864.

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9. A Day To Give Thanks

November 24, 1864. Its Thanksgiving Day, but Detective Kevin Corcoran finds himself in an ungracious state. The fallout of recent murders and a shocking discovery have shaken Corcorans foundations, as he struggles to keep himself together. Corcoran must ask Eva for help at home so he can focus his attention on the urgent matters at hand.

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10. A Vast and Fiendish Plot

November 25, 1864. Detective Kevin Corcoran is racing the clock to keep his life and New York City intact. Joining forces with Robert Morehouse, Eva Heissen, and the Coppers of the Sixth Precinct, Corcoran prepares for his biggest fight since the Draft Riots. Meanwhile, Doctor Matthew Freeman strives to maintain his wife Saras health.

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Absolutely superb historic drama: the believability of the characters, the smell of the streets, the awful conditions of the poor, the contrast with the rich all becomes reality before your eyes: the job of the police, many of whom are not beyond pocketing a bonus or two where they can but at the same time meet violence with violence as the only currency the streets seem to understand. Oh, and the whore and the child - fabulous acting! Thoroughly recommend this to everybody.
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As a Brit I was very pleased (and not overly surprised) to see that this is a BBC America production.
Their first foray into a non-UK based drama, as I understand it.
The cast is outstanding - with Kiara Glasco who plays Annie as one to watch for in the future.
It is cunningly interwoven with historical facts throughout the series.
The international cast is highly is highly believable in the roles they play, the plot rings true throughout.
It is supported with a production ambience that almost makes you smell the rotting filth in the streets and the body odour of the great unwashed poor.
Couple this with a completely engaging plot and you have several hours of TV well worth watching.
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violent, but then it was a violent time. set in very realistic 5-corners area of NYC, a tragic story from a time when tragedy was common. i love the story, the acting is really great, the situations are historically accurate and the sets are very real. all in all a really good series i hope will be around a long while.
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The eleven year old prostitute steals the show. Her acting reminds me of the young Dakota Faning, with an "old world"
twist. The backround of the American Civil war, is depicted in dark colors, with passions on both sides aiming at an uncompromising conclusion. The Law is in chaos, our protagonist is trying to introduce justice and reason into this world,
with sometimes outrageous methods. Thus creating a more realistic character, that reminds me of the danish miniseries
THE KILLING (Forbrydelsen). I hope this series will continue, it has a lot more potential.
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A reworked version of Ripper Street, but that's not to say a poor copy. It's a clever well worked plot and programme.

Definitely worth a watch if you have time
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Ripper street for adults,gutted they havn't renewed it,ended way too soon.
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Set during the American civil war in New York, this show has it all. Great characters, a very dark atmospheric setting and a great story line.

There are some shows which just drift along this is certainly not one of them. The plot thickens as the show progresses and only gets better in season 2.

Its a must see.
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The studio sets and scenery are quite poor at times and there is one scene where 'Corky' is riding in a carriage (supposedly) but it is clearly a static prop with the screen moving behind. In this day and age there is no excuse for such sloppy work. A few references that are historical gaffs - again, no excuse really, researcher needs to do his/her work properly. Example, making reference to "grinning like a Cheshire cat" - a common phrase now after the popularity of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. However, this program is set in 1864, that book was not written until 1865 - yes a minor flaw, but there are many "minor flaws" and they can become irritating. However, on the positive side, the story line running through the series and the plots within plots with a few twists here and there are enough to keep me engrossed. As others have said, in terms of acting ability the star of the show is the young actor who plays Annie; what a talent, so perfectly believable; the adult in a child's body and not a hint of flaw or mistake in her performance - truly gifted.
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