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As the season unfolds, he will be forced to make more ethically challenged deals with the powers behind the scenes, one of whom has a mysterious connection with his mother. Brotherhood mines the clash between personal and professional lives to flesh out its characters. "The people's business" doesn't pay well, and Tommy is forced to moonlight as a real estate developer, and perform all home repairs. Eileen (Annabeth Gish), his picture-perfect politician's wife, smokes pot and is having an affair with a man she knew in high school. Declan Gigg (Ethan Embry) is a conflicted policeman who grew up with the Caffees. Comparisons with The Sopranos are inevitable, but Brotherhood quickly establishes its own unique voice, if not accent. --Donald Liebenson
Very solid acting, great characters and stories very well done.
The setting is a working class Irish neighborhood in Providence...throw in real city politics, violence, crime and family secrets.
It's a must watch for anyone who enjoys a great crime story with an array of interesting characters through out the series.
Upon hearing the opening dialogue of the pilot episode, it was confirmed that this was not going to be a "normal" show. Hold the racism and spray the ketchup! Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I've enjoyed watching a couple of episodes; huge fan of jason issacs; he is the only reason why I'm watching it.Published 3 hours ago by Tina Stiggers
So far so good. Would like to dive more into the Irish community to expose their attitudes. Through this deep dive we should see the other communities within Rhode Island.Published 4 hours ago by Marvin Stewart
...family dynamics, gender and age related issues, and of course shady politics...wasn't isn't there to like?Published 2 days ago by Gail