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3.8 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

A family of crooks tries to go straight

"Engaging comedy drama" —The Birmingham Post (U.K.)

"Great fun" —The Times (U.K.)

It's business as usual when Mack Carter (Danny Webb, The Bill)—felonious breadwinner for a dysfunctional family of lowlifes—gets charged with robbery. But when Mack is sentenced to four years in jail, his wife, Lindsay (a deliciously brazen Amanda Redman, New Tricks), resolves to clean up her life. She's determined to drag her conniving children back to the straight and narrow as well. Going legit isn't so simple, though.

Lindsay finds herself dealing with impending poverty, thankless retail jobs, a pair of troublemaking sons, two cunning daughters, and a father-in-law who may be faking his Alzheimer's. On top of that, she struggles to fend off men from her past who hope to take advantage of her compromised position—including the detective (Sean Pertwee, Cold Feet) investigating one of her sons (Matthew McNulty, The Syndicate). Can the Carters go from corrupt to squeaky clean without coming apart at the seams?

Contains coarse language, nudity, sexual situations, and drug use

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BONUS Production notes, text interviews with the cast, and a photo gallery

SDH subtitles

Product Details

  • Actors: Amanda Redman, Matthew McNulty, Sean Pertwee
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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    Not Rated
  • Studio: Acorn Media
  • DVD Release Date: June 25, 2013
  • Run Time: 281 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BQXTC54
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,506 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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this is fun clever series with engaging characters and generally fine performances ... the plot is smart, altho once it gets going and the premise is established it gets a little predictable, but there are still fun surprises ... biggest drawback seems to be there is NO Season 2, or any subsequent seasons...that's too bad, i'd keep watching
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By Ela on December 10, 2013
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We waded through the pilot realizing how much must be accomplished in introducing characters and premises and hoping for a payoff with the next episode. No such luck. The second episode was tedious and lackluster. It also stretched too thin any plausible suspension of disbelief.
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I have just started watching this series and am up to the 3rd one. So far it has held my interest in the way a good band can play a famous bands songs. Refreshing, different pace, but still the same song. I like the new bands take on the music so to speak and hope to continue enjoying the show. I normally would have waited to finish the series before reviewing but there are few reviews at the moment. If things change I will edit this as needed.
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I got this from the library but where is series two. This was really funny (too racy for kids, though) and it has subtitles which my husband needs as he does not hear well - so that was a plus. We both loved it, loved the actors and actresses but want it to go on and I cannot find series two anywhere. If there were more I would buy the whole series but just to get the first series just won't do.
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This show is EXACTLY like the far superior Outrageous Fortune series. I highly recommend you invest your time in that show as opposed to this. The acting in this show is stiff and not very believable.
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This is a very unusual concept, but was well done. It's biggest drawback is the use of language and lost morality of her family, as she struggles, successfully, to turn their lives around. We would like to have seen more shows in an effort to communicate the outcome of the family. Ok ... but not up to Midsommer, Foyle's War, or New Tricks.
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This show is consistently funny. The writing is very imaginative and always surprising. Amanda Redman is an actress deserving of greater recognition. She's also excellent in the series "New Tricks".
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Matthew McNulty's portrayal of the twin brothers in Honest is beautiful and very funny to watch. First rate comic acting, and I have to remind myself sometimes that it is the same actor. The contrast between the empty-headed "Dude!?" Vin and his sophisticated lawyer brother Taylor is a constant source of amusement. Wonderful physical and comic acting.
Amanda Redman is very solid in this often very enjoyably raunchy series. Not really to be taken very seriously, all the characters provide a lot of fun and interesting characterization, from the not as daft as he seems grandpa to the airheaded and narcissistic wannabe model and the young and guilelessly pervy constable. The directing of some comic scenes is really masterful.
Yes, the plots and the writing are at times weak, but are made to work.
This really deserved another season at least. Much less entertaining shows go on season after season. I for one laughed constantly through these 6 episodes. I am very glad it is available on Amazon Prime.
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