In a modern retelling of Tod Browning's "Freaks" (1932), "Freakshow" tells the story of a group of criminals who chose to hide out by working security at a traveling circus. At first, they ... See full summary »
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I watched the whole show and i enjoyed it seeing something different in a modern day freak show but at times it felt very staged and at times over reacted if you're looking for something new to watch that makes you was wow like Owen Wilson then i would recommend this show but beware some parts do feel stage but do love they way they follow the employees lives as apart of freaks some embrace it some are depressed some just see it as a normal job that pays bills so its not all about looking and judging about peoples disability's it can be inspiring in parts of the show
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