Hunters (2020– )
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The Jewish Question 

And there was a thick darkness in all the land. As The Hunters wallowed in the valley of the shadow of death, they turned to the stars to point them on their path. Still, darkness ... See full summary »


Michael Uppendahl


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Logan Lerman ... Jonah Heidelbaum
Jerrika Hinton ... Millie Morris
Lena Olin ... The Colonel
Saul Rubinek ... Murray Markowitz
Carol Kane ... Mindy Markowitz
Josh Radnor ... Lonny Flash
Greg Austin ... Travis Leich
Tiffany Boone ... Roxy Jones
Louis Ozawa ... Joe Mizushima
Kate Mulvany ... Sister Harriet
Dylan Baker ... Biff Simpson
Al Pacino ... Meyer Offerman
Jeannie Berlin ... Ruth
Judd Hirsch ... Simon Wiesenthal
Julissa Bermudez ... Maria De La Ruiz


And there was a thick darkness in all the land. As The Hunters wallowed in the valley of the shadow of death, they turned to the stars to point them on their path. Still, darkness trespassed upon the heart of Jonah, which did tempt him toward sin; and the shepherd Meyer petitioned Millie to join their flock.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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Carol Kane worked with Judd Hirsch previously on Taxi. See more »


At the 4:30 mark, Harriet compares Meyer's group to a Village People cover band. The scene takes place on the night of the 1977 New York City blackout, July 13. The Village People's debut album had only been released two days before. Furthermore, the line-up of distinctively-dressed backup singer/dancers (the Native-American, the construction worker, the cowboy, etc...) would not join the group until early 1978, months after this scene takes place. See more »


The Colonel: When a dog soils the rug, you must thrust his face into his own shit.
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Crazy Credits

This episode omits the usual opening title sequence and instead just displays the title of the show. See more »


References Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (1977) See more »


Performed by Ólafur Arnalds & Alice-Sara Ott
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The Jewish Question
9 October 2020 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

There were some good little moments in this episode. Murray had a Jewish funeral. Afterwards Mindy imagines talking to Murray. He takes her to see their son who is painting.

Then there is a meeting between Offerman and Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal. Both men have differing views of what it takes to be a hunter.

Then there are moments in this episode where it just kind of repeats events from previous episodes.

Travis is partnered with another man and it does not end well.

Offerman tells Jonah how he shot 11 men in the concentration camp in order to save Jonah's grandmother. It is basically is a rehash of the human chess playing scene.

It later leads to Jonah being angry, both to Simon Wiesenthal and later to a Nazi and NASA scientist Wernher von Braun.

A surreal moment was the unveiling of The Colonel's grand plan for a final solution. Corn syrup.

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21 February 2020 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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