THE HONORABLE WOMAN’s final episode may have aired in September, but critics haven’t stopped celebrating the “chilling” series and its “universally terrific” performances. Meanwhile, TIME, HuffPo and others report on star Maggie Gyllenhaal taking home the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a TV Movie or Mini-Series.
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This week, Grantland goes deep with the creator of “one of the great television shows of 2014″; while Junkee tells readers, “You need to watch Maggie Gyllenhaal in THE HONORABLE WOMAN.”
This week, Paste applauds the series’ tense build toward the climax, writing, “THE HONORABLE WOMAN is slowly plummeting into a dark and twisted hole and there seems to be no way out—this is a good thing.”
This week, The Los Angeles Times calls THE HONORABLE WOMAN “a splendid example of the brave new world of television… a thing of beauty that would not have existed 10, or even five years ago.”
This week, The Telegraph tells readers “why THE HONORABLE WOMAN has captured our hearts,” while Indiewire grills showrunner Hugo Blick on creating “an intimate, genre-bending spy thriller with grace and poise.”
Additionally, The Hollywood Reporter interviews Maggie Gyllenhaal on the “thought-provoking” series.
THE HONORABLE WOMAN is captivating audiences and critics everywhere from TIME to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. The new series has been hailed as an “extremely impressive” exploration of both family dynamics and international politics and a “brilliantly acted” showcase for stars Maggie Gyllenhaal and Stephen Rea.
Ahead of THE HONORABLE WOMAN’s premiere tonight, July 31, 10/9C on SundanceTV, The A.V. Club applauds Maggie Gyllenhaal’s performance in a rave review of the whole series, while The Los Angeles Times praises every aspect of the show’s production from “gorgeous cinematography” to a “flawless international cast”.
As anticipation builds for the US premiere of THE HONORABLE WOMAN, July 31, 10/9C on SundanceTV, The Wall Street Journal and others grill Maggie Gyllenhaal on her star turn as shadowy Israeli heiress Nessa Stein. Meanwhile, Hollywood Reporter’s TV critic hails the series as “the show we’ll all be talking about very soon.”