Therapist Jean Holloway becomes too immersed in the lives of her patients.


Lisa Rubin
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Series cast summary:
Naomi Watts ...  Jean Holloway 10 episodes, 2017
Billy Crudup ...  Michael Holloway 10 episodes, 2017
Sophie Cookson ...  Sidney Pierce / ... 10 episodes, 2017
Karl Glusman ...  Sam Duffy / ... 10 episodes, 2017
Poorna Jagannathan ...  Larin Inamdar / ... 10 episodes, 2017
Brooke Bloom ...  Rebecca Rogers / ... 10 episodes, 2017
Lucy Boynton ...  Allison Adams 10 episodes, 2017
Melanie Liburd ...  Alexis / ... 10 episodes, 2017
Brenda Vaccaro ...  Claire Rogers 10 episodes, 2017
Maren Heary ...  Dolly Holloway / ... 9 episodes, 2017
Frank Deal ...  Gary Levine 7 episodes, 2017
Megan Sikora ...  Michelle Kessler 6 episodes, 2017
Paris Remillard Paris Remillard ...  Hunter Abbott 6 episodes, 2017
Kimberly Quinn ...  Holly Faitelson 5 episodes, 2017
Ali Marsh ...  Blair Salz 5 episodes, 2017
Quentin Mare ...  Adrian Salz 5 episodes, 2017
Ginger Tice Pennington Ginger Tice Pennington ...  Michelle's Friend 5 episodes, 2017


Therapist Jean Holloway becomes too immersed in the lives of her patients.

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Not so good, not so bad. What to expect of "Gypsy"?
30 June 2017 | by Vinicius8See all my reviews

--- Minor Spoilers ahead (but don't worry too much, as I've wrote down the next line, I don't know much to give it away) --- 3 episodes in is not much, so I'll make this quick.

The story revolves around Jean, this psychologist who is married and has a little trans girl. Love how they approach the subject like: "It's complicated, but hell, it happens." And then it moves on to the main story: Jean is "effing" crazy. Well, not so much. She has anxiety issues and for some reason, starts entering her patients' acquaintances (or family, or whatever) lives, and it really makes no sense (to me) as to why is she doing that, because we aren't given much on her state of mind. We only know about what's on her mind when she's thinking of Sidney (Yes, that's a girl, and yes, it's quite gay what they have there). Sexual tension ensues. Besides that, we get to see Jean's day-to-day life. And it's quite boring. Sure, the series has potential, but I have a feeling that the "Thriller" tag on IMDb is a little bit (completely, as of now) off. It's simple cheesy melodrama. Buuuut, I'm still hoping it will spiral down to hell with this little bullshit she's doing (meddling with patients lives). However, I enjoy when suddenly all characters are in a room with a gun in their hands, each pointing to the next and before you know it, blood is everywhere. That's my kind of movie (or series). And that's what I'm hoping for here, so I'm biased when it comes to guessing an ending that is not terrible. For those of you who don't like that gory, tense, climax thingy, rest assured, I doubt it will happen. I'm even starting to hope for a happy (and gay) ending! But given the circumstances, it's kinda hard to believe it will go so smoothly.

The opening and ending sequences tracks are fantastic (so far), and I can't wait for someone to upload the soundtrack to YouTube, so I can listen to it and reminisce about the series. And preferably, cry in a corner while doing so.

Hmm... what else?

Naomi Watts is great as always, but I'm afraid Billy Crudup just can't keep up. He has this face, that no matter how mad he's supposed to be, his eyes make it seem like he's having a great time at a party in a Bahamas beach. While on ecstasy. I don't even know why I thought (or wrote) that. Anyways, the little girl is cute and is fantastic. I see a future for her. Or not. You know child actors. Sophie Cookson and Karl Glusman are given lesser roles but they nail it nonetheless. The others non-important characters are also great, specially the pill addicted redhead that doesn't show up much. I expect great things from her.

About the technical stuff, there isn't much to say, it's quite straightforward and by the book, and I wouldn't want to bore you with details. Let's just say it's good.

Concluding, Gypsy gives off a psychological thriller vibe, but doesn't push that aspect throughout the series (or rather, the 3 episodes I've watched) degrading itself to a simple melodrama ("Should I cheat or should I go?"). Nonetheless, it's very intriguing, to the point it's rendering me unable to stop the classic (is it classic already?) Netflix marathon.

Watch it. Give it time. And then we'll see. Or not, because if you stop watching it, it's only gonna be me seeing it...

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