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The Cody family sets off on Smurf’s mysterious heist, unaware of the surprises that await them when they arrive, which will change the family forever.
The episode was rated from 601 votes.
When Smurf realizes she may be in jail a lot longer than expected, she pits her sons against one another, the consequences be damned.
The episode was rated from 1215 votes.
In the aftermath of Smurf’s heist, the Codys have to protect their reputation, while friends and enemies from the past close in. Deran realizes there is only one way to keep Adrian safe. Craig struggles to adapt to a new pace of life as Pope and J’s growing tension reaches a boiling point.
The episode was rated from 567 votes.
The Codys head out for a big job, even though Smurf is nowhere to be found. All eyes are on J as he assumes a leadership position in a risky heist.
The episode was rated from 607 votes.
Smurf enlists the boys in a surprise job that results in devastating consequences; Pope is forced to confront the truth about Baz's murder as J steps up for the family in an unexpected way.
The episode was rated from 679 votes.
Puzzled by Catherine's disappearance, Baz hunts down all leads. With J caught in the middle, the cops close in on the Codys and threaten to take them all down.The episode was rated from 1494 votes.
J realizes the danger of balancing his role in the family with his personal ambitions. Deran wants to take his relationship with Adrian to the next level, but it’s not as easy as he hoped.The episode was rated from 706 votes.
Baz puts his plan to take down Smurf in motion as Marco cashes in a favor with Craig and Deran. Pope seeks the truth behind the reasons for Catherine's death.The episode was rated from 1217 votes.
Deran leads the charge in planning the weed heist; Lucy calls Pope down to Mexico for some intel on Baz's murder; J reaches a breaking point with Smurf; Craig learns more about Billy's girlfriend, Frankie.The episode was rated from 730 votes.
As the boys put the megachurch heist in motion, Craig has second thoughts. Javi surprises Smurf with a visit.The episode was rated from 1439 votes.
Last updated: jun 22, 2021
This show is just "okay". -- And while I know it's inspired by the Australian crime-drama, Animal Kingdom (2010), I can't help but see how it parallels with Sons of Anarchy, a show that began in 2008 and ended in 2014. AK's opening credits even features a montage of tattooed bodies -- similar to SOA opening titles. *No Spoilers* Animal Kingdom tries desperately to be a gritty, macho, controversial crime drama, but falls just short of an unsophisticated, less inspired kin to Sons of Anarchy. SOA is one of my favorite shows, ever. As a woman of color, who leans slightly toward the title of feminist, this may come as a shock to some. But, unlike Animal Kingdom-- which currently lacks strong, smart, and crafty female characters -- SOA had a beautifully woven architecture of complex relationships, poeticism, and coming of age stories that were grounded in actual heartbreaking character development. In other words, we somehow came to care about the baby mommas, and the stomach-churning addicts. So far, AK as done little to make me want to care about the protagonist's (Josh/ "J") journey within this abysmal family. With knockoff Gemma Teller (Smurf) manipulating what's left of his shattered youth, it's hard to see how "J" could become a character worth adoring. The show wants to pick-up where SONS left off. It wants you to take it seriously, it also wants you to know that it can provocative, bloody, messy and sometimes a little violent. What it doesn't want is to be interesting, or remarkable at all -- even the cinematography is, meh. Animal Kingdom just wants to be "okay", a good summer fling on a cool Tuesday night. While I'm watching these grown men bully a young, teenage boy, I'm wondering, when will they grow up? Will it take all of season 1? Season 2? Or will we forever have to watch these "man-babies" be coddled by their mother (you know, the wanna-be Gemma Teller)? I'll admit that I have not seen the source material, but it seems that watching it may be a more satisfying expereince than the series. Nevertheless, I'm hoping the show grows up a bit overtime and can separate itself from those that have done this genre better.
It's getting better with each episode starting to get into it well worth a visit
A very promising TV show.
Amazing show, just needs more seasons
Fantastic show and holds up the high standards of the Australian movie. [spoiler]No more Smurf but I say no more problems[/spoiler]
Really good show. Ellen Barkin is excellent. Every few episodes there's a caper that usually entails some kind of Point-Break-esque stunt or stunts.
Think Sons of Anarchy with the bikers replaced by a family of young surfers. My problem is that unlike in SOA, the main charachters are just bad guys with very few redeeming qualities. They are not very likable and very hard to root for. In SOA at least, the gang was supposedly keeping the streets clean, and also they were fighting other gangs. Here? they are just the worst and you end up rooting for the cops, which I don't think is intended.
Really like that serie, everyone have something to hide, threatening each other for cash. Well, I like this kind of serie, every season we have a surprise. Can't wait season 4 !
getting worse every episode, pretty bad show.
I liked it a lot!,especially after season 1 ,I will give it 4 and a half stars! LOL
Lately, I’ve been re-watching a lot of tv shows I used to watch growing up. Even though it makes perfect sense, I was really surprised how different was my point of view now, than it was ten or fifteen years ago. Suddenly, my favorite characters aren’t the favorites anymore. Besides, I’ve forgotten tons of what was happening, that’s why I had so much fun re-watching everything. I highly suggest you do the same thing!
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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