411 votes
We Own This City

We Own This City

HBO 2022

The story of the rise and fall of the Baltimore Police Department's Gun Trace Task Force — and the corruption and moral collapse that befell an American city in which the policies of drug prohibition and mass arrest were championed at the expense of actual police work.

Latest TV Shows New Trending Shows HBO MAX Latest TV Shows HBO Shows New Shows HBO Max TV Shows/Series (2021—2025) Upcoming Anticipated Series HBO Max 4 RM-Mystery, crime, suspense IMDB: Popular TV Shows Crime Shows

The 10 Best Episodes of We Own This City

We Own This City - S1E4

#1 - Part Four


Season 1 - Episode 4

Jenkins pivots after a high-speed car chase yields no drugs. During his interview with the Feds, former officer Maurice Ward recalls how Jenkins remained unscathed as the GTTF’s supervisor – despite a series of illegal incidents. Steele confronts Davis about a list of cops who lied in court, and the city is rocked by the Freddie Gray protests.

The episode was rated from 209 votes.

We Own This City - S1E3

#2 - Part Three


Season 1 - Episode 3

Despite growing complaints, Hersl is placed on the GTTF. Later, the unit’s supervisor, Sgt. Thomas Allers, is interrogated about stolen cash. Jensen monitors Gondo’s calls, Steele speaks with BPD’s new police commissioner Kevin Davis, who admits to his precarious position. Meanwhile, a younger Jenkins struggles to fit in and brings Suiter along on a raid.

The episode was rated from 245 votes.

We Own This City - S1E1

#3 - Part One


Season 1 - Episode 1

Sgt. Wayne Jenkins gives a lecture to cadets, while investigators Erika Jensen and John Sieracki question Momodu Gondo about his connection to a known drug dealer. Attorney Nicole Steele looks into complaints against notorious cop Daniel Hersl. Then, after an overdose death in Hartford County, David McDougall tracks the source of the drugs to Baltimore.

The episode was rated from 397 votes.

We Own This City - S1E2

#4 - Part Two


Season 1 - Episode 2

In his first days on the job, Jenkins learns the true weight of city politics in policing. Jensen and Sieracki interview an eager to talk Jemell Rayam about the GTTF’s tactics. Sean Suiter is assigned to a new murder case, McDougall links with Scott Kilpatrick to take their case to the Feds, and Steele hears from Hersl’s vocal critics.

The episode was rated from 317 votes.

We Own This City - S1E5

#5 - Part Five


Season 1 - Episode 5

Jensen, Sieracki, and U.S. Attorney Leo Wise prepare to charge the officers of the GTTF. Suiter feels the distrust of Baltimoreans as he works a homicide scene and begins to sense that his past is closing in on him. Steele and Davis seek support from Baltimore’s new mayor on the consent decree before the new administration takes over the DOJ.

The episode was rated from 112 votes.

Last updated: jul 06, 2022



Holding out a lot of hope for this one,even if its half as good as the last cop show about the Baltimore police department then i will continue to watch.


definitely feels a lot like being back in the world of the wire which is nice, however they're failing on the storytelling and editing front pretty spectacularly with their handling of the "flashbacks"


Walmart version of the wire, but still very entertaining so far.


Woke bull..... don't waste your time!


This has been one of the best shows this year, could have done with more than six episodes but showed how corrupt the police in the USA are.


Another amazing series from David Simon, one that came at a moment where we do need to discuss police brutality and corruption. It's no easy series to watch but perfectly examines the mentality of the individuals who abuse their power. Like any other Simon series, we're left with an image of hopelessness that makes us wonder whether change can occur if we continue on the path we are now. Some amazing performances from Jon Bernthal, Wunmi Mosaku and Jamie Hector. We got numerous non-fiction TV shows this year but none came close to capturing the journalistic integrity and narrative pull of this series. Amazing!


[HBO Max] George Pelecanos and David Simon offer mastery in dialogue and character building, connecting with "The Wire" in the dissection, not of a corrupt police force, but of a political and social system that feeds corruption. This amplified look at the hard-won mistrust of the security forces is a vision of a rotten society, reminiscent of the documentary "The Force" (2017) in the pessimistic conclusion that the corrupt will be replaced by the corrupt.


It was ok a bit slow definitely not up to the wire's calibre.


This show has the feel of The Wire but the story is not as good. I'm probably going to stop watching after the next episode.

Search for TV shows...

About Me

I am Sophie and this is my website.

A little about me 👋 I am a marketing student in Paris. I love spending afternoons with friends in a cafe or a park.

But more than anything else, I love watching (.. binging…) series on my computer on rainy Sundays or any sunny day for that matter 🙈

I must have watched hundreds of shows by now, from romance to science-fiction series. Often I like to go back to a show I enjoyed. But I don’t feel like watching it all over again…

I created this website so myself and others could find the best episodes of our favourite shows. As of today, I have about 1,000 shows on the website with votes and rating coming from fans.

Hopefully, you can join me from your sofa and enjoy some nice TV!

- Sophie ☕️🍰