6.9
23 votes
Grand Army

Grand Army

Netflix 2020

Five students at the largest public high school in Brooklyn take on a chaotic world as they fight to succeed, survive, break free and seize the future.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Grand Army

Grand Army - S1E9

#1 - Freedom

8.42

Season 1 - Episode 9

Dom, Joey and Sid find some release. After helping to lead the Black Student Union sit-in, Jayson stuns the crowd at his Lincoln Center performance.

The episode was rated from 19 votes.

Grand Army - S1E5

#2 - Valentine's Day

7.83

Season 1 - Episode 5

Joey's charges and Owen's discipline hearing send shockwaves at school. Dom's mother makes an uncomfortable proposal to bring in money.

The episode was rated from 23 votes.

Grand Army - S1E8

#3 - Spirit Day

7.78

Season 1 - Episode 8

Joey copes with a difficult setback in her case. Choking under pressure, Dom breaks trust with a teacher — and John. The real Sid stands up.

The episode was rated from 18 votes.

Grand Army - S1E3

#4 - Relationship Goals

7.63

Season 1 - Episode 3

Sid struggles with his secret. Nudged by her girls, Dom finally acts on her crush on John. A night of partying takes a devastating turn.

The episode was rated from 30 votes.

Grand Army - S1E6

#5 - Superman This Shit

7.60

Season 1 - Episode 6

Sid and Victor's science experiments have revealing results. Dom's nonstop hustle takes a toll. Jayson gets into a jazz competition, with a catch.

The episode was rated from 20 votes.

Grand Army - S1E4
#6 - Safety On
7.48
Season 1 - Episode 4

Traumatized, Joey spirals. Sid opens up in his Harvard essay. A health crisis puts more pressure on Dom to financially support her family.

The episode was rated from 29 votes.
Grand Army - S1E2
#7 - See Me
7.44
Season 1 - Episode 2

Joey stages a protest at school. Owen and Jayson face a harsh penalty for their lockdown prank. A hookup leaves Leila feeling awkward.

The episode was rated from 34 votes.
Grand Army - S1E7
#8 - Making Moves
7.40
Season 1 - Episode 7

Exposed and suspicious after his essay leaks, Sid looks for his betrayer. Dom lets her vulnerability show — and shine — at her internship interview.

The episode was rated from 15 votes.
Grand Army - S1E1
#9 - Brooklyn, 2020
7.15
Season 1 - Episode 1

A bombing blocks away sends Grand Army High School into lockdown, building pressure that spills over at the "party of the century" that night.

The episode was rated from 46 votes.

Last updated: sep 24, 2021

Comments

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I love watching shows that I have never heard of before. Just see them popping up on my netflix startpage. Immediately started watching as I am a big fan of such shows. It is serious but also gives you a good feeling whenever a group of friends is having fun together. I like that mix. Reminds me of Skins (a little more american though).

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I thought this would be a dumb TV series about highschool and all its clichés, just to watch when I'm burned out from my day and not pay attention. Boy was I wrong, yeah its about highschool, yeah there are silly things but it also hits me on a deeper level with all the issues they adres. Yeah you could say it is typical 2019, 2020 stuff to throw all of these issues at your face. To be honest they are real though and they really did a great job showcasing it in this show, the acting was surprising, it felt real and character development was pretty good also. You have your standard bunch of side characters, but the core is promising. Pretty psyched for a season 2 (if it does come out).

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I’m glad to see a show that actually highlights the issues teenagers face today, instead of lots of unrealistic expectations. It’s a difficult show to watch depending on your experiences. But, there are realistic happier outcomes, which is a positive message to young people. I hate people looking down on today’s teenagers and who spout the “back in my day” crap. It’s a very different world. However, I don’t ignore the issues that people in the past faced. Every generation faces difficulties. I remember my teenage years, my eldest’s too. He’s 11yrs older than my next two children and in those 11yrs things have dramatically changed for the worst. I’ve lost my daughter to the Angels due to today’s situation. So, I’m glad to see a show that deals with the issues in someway and I hope it helps someone. It was also a well done show, great acting and good to watch.

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One of the few 2020 shows I didn't catch last year. I enjoyed this a lot, it does feel like something made in the veins of My So-Called Life but for the 21st Century with multiple diverse storylines. Each character got me invested in the first installment and I was on board with their stories until... https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/netflix-grand-army-racism-ming-peiffer-abuse-writers-karen-a9702381.html Although I usually take out the behind the scenes occurrences of a series or film out of my opinion (I don't mention Roman Polanski's personal life every time I watch one of his films), it was difficult to do this after reading this article midway through the season. I'm a Latino who has experienced numerous Karen's block me from achieving my creative endeavors because their ideation of what a Latino or anyone of a different race or ethnicity is that we need a white savior to tell our stories for us instead of allowing us to tell them ourselves. I'm not a fan of that. This is Katie Cappiello's show, she's the creator and wrote most of the episodes. I believe she can decide who she will listen to in terms of the show's direction. I won't spoil much, but many of the characters of color end up in places that seem untrue to their identities and in the end the only character who appeared victorious in their obstacle was the straight white woman.

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This show is not popular enough, it deserves to be!

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