Deadly Class, Season 1

Deadly Class, Season 1

Deadly Class

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2018-01-16
  • Advisory Rating: TV-MA
  • Episodes: 2
10/10
10
From 4 Ratings

Description

Set in a dark, heightened world against the backdrop of late '80s counterculture, "Deadly Class" follows the story of Marcus (Benjamin Wadsworth), a teen living on the streets who is recruited into Kings Dominion, an elite private academy where the world's top crime families send their next generations.

Episodes

Title Time Speed
1 Pilot 53:25 29,629 KB/Sec Download
2 Sneak Peek 01:17 29,289 KB/Sec Download

Trailer

Reviews

  • Deadly Class is a must see!

    5
    By LAWillis1
    Was am amazing start to this show, hope it stays as thrilling!
  • Decent but anti-conservative

    3
    By alshataan
    It was fairly entertaining but I had to ignore the anti-Reagan stuff. The show doesn't give the full truth of what happened so very left leaning as usual. That said, it was ok.
  • Nope

    1
    By Kyles ipad12345678901
    Didn’t even make it past 10 minutes. Horrible.
  • FOUND MY NEW OBSESSION.

    5
    By erikhdzofficial
    I was instantly hooked and so was my sister. we were both looking for something new to get into and this was perfect timing. can’t wait for future episodes.
  • Hmmm

    5
    By Kristalia Astari
    One thing I can say for it is I like it more then the comic so far.
  • Great start

    5
    By ccSportsFan
    Great start
  • FINALLY

    5
    By Kebee1
    pilot was amazing i cant wait for the rest of the season.
  • Enjoyed the pilot

    5
    By Jyhadk
    Solid pilot
  • Finally A Show For Gen-Xers

    5
    By spkelley
    I can't tell you how refreshing it is to see a show depicting the years 1980-1989 - those years when the COld War was the hottest, deficits were real and debated, when Reagan had defunded mental health institutions across the countries which had the effect of throwing thousands of mentally ill people on the street with zero skills to cope. It as also the last era, except for the present, where the homeless were visible on the streets. And that's just the politics. There is also the music! What a sound track. Took me back to my jr and sr. year in high school and my first year at University. Of course, the clothes: they were pretty aweful. But all in all it's nice to see a show finally geared towards Gen-Xers, not Millennials. Thanks SyFy, now, just make it last!

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