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Gypsy 

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

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Lisa Rubin
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2017  

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Cast

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

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Who are you when no one is watching?

Genres:

Drama | Thriller

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USA | UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 June 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Цыганка See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Naomi Watts was approached for playing the role of Jean Holloway on Gypsy (2017) firstly from Sam Taylor-Johnson, the director of the first two episodes of Gypsy (2017). She was also the director of Fifty Shades of Grey (2015). See more »


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Things We Might Have Said
Written by Reinier Sonneveld and Cari Golden
Performed by Reinier Sonneveld and Cari Golden
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Gypsy delivers, but on the slow track and not as a thriller
2 July 2017 | by FrankDamageSee all my reviews

If the definition of a gypsy is "a traveling trader who sells fortunes, trinkets, baubles and snake oils" then at first glance the title could appear somewhat fitting. However, this is more the tale of that obscure and almost once cliché' variety of gypsy that casts spells which reek turmoil and havoc. Not only on those who would come looking to her for charms and potions of salvation, but on her own cursed self.

It's a shame that many who are rating this on the low scale admittedly don't have the patience to let the elixir within it fully sink in by watching the series in its entirety. While it's true that for a majority of the modern audience it probably moves too slow and teases too much, there is more than a mediocre fortune to be had within the full season.

What looks like little more than a story of a 40 something privileged woman who should have enough in her life to satisfy most people's desires, going through her own mid-life crisis, is in fact more of a 'dance of many veils' which eventually are almost all stripped away.

At the conclusion of the first season many of the questions that develop about our main character are answered. Although we are still left teetering precariously on a cliff which if we peer into our crystal ball, seems unlikely to have any other outcome than a very deep and destructive drop for everyone in its potential future season(s).

A person could certainly do far worse in the psychological drama department. While not every line is the work of a master writer(s) and there are slightly contrived and silly plot devices peppered along the way, if juxtaposed this with a show such as "The Path," Gypsy will at the least feel "satisfying."

All in all, a fair series for those who love slow burn psychological dramas and whether you watch it with your significant other, friends, or by yourself, once it's over you'll find that this Gypsy's fortune is one you can turn your back on, or look forward to without giving up your firstborn.


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