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Copper: Season 2

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Created by three-time Emmy® Award-winner Tom Fontana, Academy Award®-nominee Will Rokos, and executive produced by Barry Levinson, BBC AMERICA’s highest-rated original drama series returns for a second season. Veteran actor Donal Logue (Sons of Anarchy, Max Payne) joins the COPPER cast this season as a General who has recently returned from the battlefields of the Civil War to his station in Five Points. The political boss of the Sixth Ward is reasserting himself as one of the most influential and powerful men in the city's political machine. Meanwhile, Detective Kevin Corcoran struggles to keep the untamed, post-war city in line while dealing with the horrible truth about what happened to his wife and child – and his best friend’s betrayal. As he attempts to rebuild his life, those around him strive to find their place in the American saga – be it for good or evil.

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  • Actors: Tom Weston-Jones, Kyle Schmid, Anastasia Griffith, Ato Essandoh
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 7, 2014
  • Run Time: 585 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (631 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CBJ53HS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,597 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Copper: Season 2" on IMDb

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By Daniel E. Waitkoss on July 5, 2013
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There were two summer series last year that really had me watching--as usual they were on a the same time & night--and these were "Copper" and "Longmire". Of the two, "Copper" was more arresting (no pun intended) and kept me glued through the run wondering what happened to Mrs. Corcoran and being amazed at the job that BBC America had done for this series. The stories were well-told, quite shocking at times, and while the main mystery was solved, there were still strings that were never answered. Untill now.

I will not go into the story-line, let the viewers have that pleasure first hand, but needless to say, it is a good yarn, well-told, some beastly crimes, a bit of humor, and many questions to be answered. The acting is top-notch with Tom Weston-Jones doing a superb job along with the rest of the cast. The sets look like a city in decay, except for the homes of the well-to-do and you can almost smell the streets of Five-Points. The show is also bringing in the strange history of Tamany Hall--that might be mis-spelled--and how it slowly moved into a seat of power that will last for generations. Good acting. Good stories. Great production values. I hope to see Corky and the boys for several more seasons! BBC America, if you make more shows like this, you will become a power to be reckoned with!
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I thought "Copper" was one of those great shows that didn't grab all of the demographics and numbers to satisfy the networks - in other words, a great show that bites the dust to bean counters. BUT, it's BACK!!!! Moody, depressed, up and down in quality episodes, overall an excellent representation of the grit and grime of its historical period with a well-played, darkly principled protagonist. I am looking forward to some great drama in the new season of Copper.
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Copper: I love the story of the struggle of the Irish immigrants in America. My ancestors lived in the 5 Points and my great grandfather fought in the civil war and was given citizenship after serving for 4 years. While doing my family's genealogy I did lots of reading about the challenges these ancestors faced. This show brings this historical period even more alive than my imagination can do on its own.
I would definitely recommend this show to anyone and especially to those whose families lived in the slums of New York during this period in history. It made me admire these people even more and appreciate what they went through to pave the way for me. Also, my other Irish great grandfather was "a Copper"...a police lieutenant!!!!!!
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Season one was so outstanding in writing, acting, costuming and set design that the excellent and unique character development flowed into this viewers consciousness as though I were transported back to that era in New York City's hard crime & poverty neighborhood portrayed here and the Civil War survivor & imperfect soldier "Corky" Corcoran, turned Copper becomes as real as a neighbor you know intimately and want to protect. So many integral characters and substories of true events made me smile with pleasure at the anouncement of Season two, already continuing all of the attributes listed. I predict many seasons of this fine production. Highly recommend.
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Leave it to the British to make a great series of the early coppers of NYPD what a rich history the country has. Keep up the great series.
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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 the people actually writing and making the series no warning whatsoever about its cancellation. The third season had already been planned out with regard to its plot, and that's what the ending of season 2 led up to.
That being said, I loved season 2. I felt it had all the strengths of season 1 when it came to intelligence, gritty realism and great characters and actors, but with a more coherent plot and with less of a character who really got on my nerves (the kid Annie). I don't want to give too much away about the plot, so I will just say that while it goes on telling the private stories of the characters, it now also delves more deeply into the dealings of the powerful businessmen of the city and just how ruthless they are.
Reading some of the negative reviews, my impression is that some of those reviewers didn't realise just how complex and detailled (and great) the plot was. In hindsight, lots of small details that didn't seem that significant or weren't explained at first suddenly made (sometimes shocking) sense. To me, it really paid of to watch it on Blu ray within a few days so that everything eas fresh in my mind. I'll watch both seasons again right away since I'll certainly understand even more details and connections.
This was a really intelligent series that made demands on its viewers. I hate that it was cut off mid-story, but would nevertheless recommend it to people who love a good plot and interesting, realistic characters, but who can handle the fact that there are no 100% good (or even bad) characters and that there's a lot of violence and some sex.
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