The Knick (2014–2015)
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Thackery enlists Edwards to help him test a new hypothesis. After rejecting Robertson's advances at The Knick, Lucy learns that confession isn't always good for the soul. Young journalist ... See full summary »

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Steven Soderbergh
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Clive Owen ... Dr. John W. Thackery
André Holland ... Dr. Algernon Edwards
Jeremy Bobb ... Herman Barrow
Juliet Rylance ... Cornelia Robertson
Eve Hewson ... Lucy Elkins
Michael Angarano ... Dr. Bertie Chickering Jr.
Chris Sullivan ... Tom Cleary
Cara Seymour ... Sister Harriet
Eric Johnson ... Dr. Everett Gallinger
Maya Kazan ... Eleanor
Leon Addison Brown Leon Addison Brown ... Jesse Edwards
Zaraah Abrahams ... Opal Edwards
Charles Aitken ... Henry Robertson
LaTonya Borsay LaTonya Borsay ... Evaline Edwards
Rachel Korine ... Junia
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Storyline

Thackery enlists Edwards to help him test a new hypothesis. After rejecting Robertson's advances at The Knick, Lucy learns that confession isn't always good for the soul. Young journalist Genevieve Everidge works on a story about one of Thackery's rivals. Cornelia is dismayed by the limits of her husband's sympathies; Barrow faces a new adversary at Tammany Hall; Gallinger is intrigued by a discussion of eugenics at a class reunion; Edwards deals with a surprise visitor.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

When Bertie and Genevieve visit the Huber's Palace Museum, they see two side-by-side (possibly conjoined) violinists playing simultaneously. The song they are playing is "Tumbalalaika," a Yiddish folk song of Russian Jewish origin. The song serves as the background music for Bertie and Genevieve's conversation about Judaism: the fact that Bertie is the only non-Jewish doctor working at Mount Sinai Hospital and the revelation that Genevieve is a Jewish daughter of Polish immigrants who changed her name from "Esther Kohn." See more »

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Speight Lived Here
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Composed by Cliff Martinez and Gregory Tripi
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