Critic Consensus: Propelled by a strong cast and even stronger sense of justice, Hunters' stylish first season doesn't always hit the mark, but when it does, it strikes pulpy paydirt.
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as Meyer Offerman
as Jonah Heidelbaum
as Millie Malone
as Lonny Flash
as Sister Harriet
as Roxy Jones
as Travis Leich
as Joe Torrance
as Mindy Markowitz
as Murray Markowitz
as Biff Simpson
as The Colonel
as Arthur McGuigan
as Sherman 'Cheeks' Johnson
as Detective Grimsby
as Carol Hawthorne
as Young Meyer Offerman
as Katarina Löw
News & Interviews for Hunters: Season 1
"Hunters" lives in a state of emergency, which necessitates action more than it mirrors reality. It's an effective, fictionalized premise, but one that's also dependent on the viewer being able to enjoy a particularly harsh blend of fact and fiction.
[T]he show is audacious, tonally complex, not always in control of its message, visually arresting, and, particularly in its grim flashbacks to the brutalities and the courage in the death camps, moving.
At times, it embraces its B-movie style, making for a show that can be very clever and fun, but it's also exhausting, occasionally aggressive in its toxicity.
"Hunters"' - to be clear - is a genre series and within that context, it's good, occasionally very good.
What's most maddening about Hunters is that much of it works in individual pieces, even though the whole is a sweaty, overseasoned smorgasbord.
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