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This show is amazingly done, with well fleshed out characters, amazing story lines, excellent period costumes.
The first season of Copper was really good and from the moment I started watching Copper I was hooked, I couldn't wait to find out what happened in the next season.
Seems to follow history of Five Points in New York City, the Civil Ware era and the Irish who lived there pretty good.
I'll join the positive reviews of those who loved the series, even though I hate the fact that we're stuck with a cliffhanger that will never be resolved because BBC America gave... Read morePublished 2 days ago by S. Fischer
This was an engrossing series. Shame it was cancelled. One more season could have rounded off the story arc quite nicely.Published 1 month ago by Ronald Ostrowski
This was a nice series and my husband and I hated to see it end.Published 1 month ago by Cheryl Lane
Although dark and edgy, it becomes a rather captivating story. Very well cast and filmed, we enjoyed it tremendously.Published 2 months ago by spud256
I didn't think BBC put out such a good series really enjoyed it. The last episode you could tell the series was finished too much reminiscing.Published 2 months ago by Michael Burk
Good entertaining show about the beginning of the Great City of New York.Published 2 months ago by Nansi Colomba
I really enjoyed this show. Great story, wonderful characters and actors. I'm very disappointed that it was cancelled.Published 2 months ago by Tess
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The assertion that BBC America "gave Copper a less than ideal treatment" is wrong. S1 averaged almost 700,000 viewers in the overnight ratings, while S2 averaged well under 400,000 viewers -- a drop of over 40 percent. Copper was an expensive show to produce (hence the $50 and $60... Read More
Oct 10, 2013 by Bond Fan '62 | See all 6 posts