Critic Consensus: K Street has intelligence to spare, but its uneven approach to an insular subject may prove frustrating for viewers not already in tune with its political setting.
Tv Season Info
as Tommy Flannegan
as Maggie Morris
as Francisco Dupre
as Anna (woman in red)
as Agent Richard Wells
as Richard Bergstrom
as Tommy's dad
as Agent Paul Duffy
as Tommy's wife
as Sophia Al Sabih
as Carville's assistant
as Agent Jack Folster
as Dupre's girlfriend
as Prostitute No. 1
as Prostitute No. 2
as Maggie's assistant
Its starkness - no music, no opening credits and no identification of the show's real and imagined players until the end - is a stylistic choice, but an unsatisfying one.
Will I keep watching? Absolutely... I do hope, though, that as K Street progresses, the show will feature fewer "real" people and more fictional ones.
"K Street" is probably a dream series for political science junkies. For the rest of us, it's smart and absorbing, if not yet altogether entertaining. It certainly bears watching to see how this experimental series evolves.
It reveals, better than any program on television today, how life among America's professional class is lived right now.
K Street seems unsure of what it wants to do and how it intends to do it.
Audience Reviews for K Street: Miniseries
There are no audience reviews yet. Hurry, submit your review so you can be first!
Discuss K Street on our TV talk forum!