Naomi Watts liefert in der Netflix-Serie „Gypsy“ trotz großartiger Kollegin eine packende One-Woman-Show über eine Frau, die den Halt verliert. Jean (Naomi Watts) könnte ein so schönes Leben haben, wenn ihr nicht die eigene Begierde im Weg wäre. (Foto: Netflix). In "Gypsy" spielt. Die Netflix-Serie „Gypsy“ beginnt damit zwar mit einer Reihe von Platituden, aber doch stimmungsvoll: Wir hören Jaen Holloways andächtig.
Gypsy: So gut ist Staffel 1 der Netflix-Serielittlebeetkids.com: Niemals den eigenen Patienten zu nahe kommen – das ist nur eine von mehreren Regeln, die Jean Holloway (Naomi Watts) in „Gypsy“. Jean (Naomi Watts) könnte ein so schönes Leben haben, wenn ihr nicht die eigene Begierde im Weg wäre. (Foto: Netflix). In "Gypsy" spielt. Die Netflix-Serie „Gypsy“ beginnt damit zwar mit einer Reihe von Platituden, aber doch stimmungsvoll: Wir hören Jaen Holloways andächtig.
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Gypsy joins a number of high profile cancellations that Netflix have done over the past few years. Some of the most notable cancellations include Sense8, Everything Sucks and Girl Boss.
Gypsy holds the accolade as being the fastest show on Netflix to get the axe with the show only being out for around a month before being pulled.
It released when Netflix was cancelling shows left and right. The reasons cited for the cancellation include low review ratings and low viewing figures.
As with some other shows, fans have grouped together to campaign heavily for the second season. The campaign for Gypsy has been long and sustained with new tactics going up relatively recently.
What do you say about that reedhastings RenewGypsy GypsyMatters pic. Jean's worlds begin to collide as Sam celebrates his engagement, Michael makes a troubling discovery and a figure from the past reappears.
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Visit our Black History Month section. Therapist Jean Holloway becomes too immersed in the lives of her patients. The story revolves around Jean, this psychologist who is married and has a little trans girl.
Love how they approach the subject like: "It's complicated, but hell, it happens. Well, not so much.
She has anxiety issues and for some reason, starts entering her patients' acquaintances or family, or whatever lives, and it really makes no sense to me as to why is she doing that, because we aren't given much on her state of mind.
We only know about what's on her mind when she's thinking of Sidney Yes, that's a girl, and yes, it's quite gay what they have there.
Sexual tension ensues. Besides that, we get to see Jean's day-to-day life. And it's quite boring. Sure, the series has potential, but I have a feeling that the "Thriller" tag on IMDb is a little bit completely, as of now off.
It's simple cheesy melodrama. Buuuut, I'm still hoping it will spiral down to hell with this little bullshit she's doing meddling with patients lives.
However, I enjoy when suddenly all characters are in a room with a gun in their hands, each pointing to the next and before you know it, blood is everywhere.
That's my kind of movie or series. And that's what I'm hoping for here, so I'm biased when it comes to guessing an ending that is not terrible.
For those of you who don't like that gory, tense, climax thingy, rest assured, I doubt it will happen. I'm even starting to hope for a happy and gay ending!
But given the circumstances, it's kinda hard to believe it will go so smoothly. The opening and ending sequences tracks are fantastic so far , and I can't wait for someone to upload the soundtrack to YouTube, so I can listen to it and reminisce about the series.
And preferably, cry in a corner while doing so. Naomi Watts is great as always, but I'm afraid Billy Crudup just can't keep up.
I love Naomi Watts. Not sure what possessed her to take on this role. Yael L. Apr 08, Bring this backkkkkk!
Forget the absurdly over analytical critics. Clearly they lack the ability to accept or process a beautifully reckless tale of a layered, multi-chromatic, contradictory individual told through the lens of a woman.
Oh I get it, men get to be messy on screen and women cannot, huh? Got it! This show was beautifully flawed in a way that is extremely compelling and expressive and indicative of desire and our unflawed human nature.
Netflix, listen to the people! We want and NEED this! That ending was GLORIOUS!!! Rob M. Feb 02, Altagracia C. Dec 21, I loved this show.
Worst decision Netflix made on one of my shows that I enjoyed. Tellygeek H. Dec 16, Just watched this for the second time through and it was as riveting as the first watch.
I truly don't understand how it was cancelled. Critics seem to have hated it but the audience score here is high.
I loved getting to see the narrative of a woman approaching her 50s and at that an extremely imperfect woman. We see men like this all the time Madmen, Ozark, etc.
I also thought they did a great job portraying a bisexual narrative, which again is not often seen and done well. The shots are gorgeous, the acting phenomenal, it's incredibly well written, so perhaps it was too radical a show for those in charge who have been green lighting shows about middle aged straight white men for decades.
I wish they'd Gypsy back. Claudia E. Sep 10, Loved it. They should do a second season. Chris M. Aug 13, Incredible show. Bring it back.
Margo N. Aug 08, Loved it! Naomi Watts is fabulous. Helene D. Let us know in the comments down below. Netflix Originals Coming to Netflix in March Netflix News.
Jean and Sidney later get high, where Jean has a troubling experience and starts to question what Sidney wants from her and if she still is in love with Sam.
She later deletes Sam's number and messages from Sidney's phone. Alexis pressures Michael to give in to their desire and have sex, but he cannot; while Jean and Sidney finally have sex, leaving Jean feeling like she is a new person.
Sidney has been growing suspicious of Jean, wanting to know more about who she is and herself. Jean is later horrified to learn from Claire that Rebecca wants to have a session with her, so she sets out to stop it.
Michael and Alexis face trouble after he is questioned by his boss if he and Alexis had sex the previous weekend. Larin questions Jean's increasingly distant behavior and berates the person she has become.
Sam tells Jean about his relationship with Emily and their sex life, when Jean begins asking more and more deep and violating questions about his sex with Sidney.
Scott tells Michael that Alexis wants the office to know she loves him. Jean puts Allison in "Diane"'s apartment and she finds and begins to listen to tapes Jean has.
Michael and Sidney meet when he goes to the coffee shop to buy Jean coffee, alarming Jean. Sidney uploads a photo of herself and Jean to social media, after promising not to.
Jean reignites her sex life with Michael by using techniques Sam used on Sidney and tells him to never go to her coffee shop again. Allison's mom shows up at Jean's office, saying she has not seen or heard from Allison in days.
She also reveals that Allison lives with her, she is in perfect health, that Allison is supposed to be there four times a week, and she doesn't know who Allison's boyfriend is.
Jean is shocked and refuses to offer any details to her mother; Jean later lies to her colleagues about what Allison's mother was doing there, but they really do not buy it.
Jean meets with a doctor about Dolly's ADHD who prescribes Dolly medicine that Jean wants just to straighten out Dolly's gender issues.
Sam tells Jean he thinks she keeps pushing Sidney on him so she can continue to control him, so he tells her their sessions are over.
Michael confronts Alexis about starting the rumor about them in Texas and tells her he does have feelings for her, but he is still mad at her.
Nancy comes to visit and bothers Jean which causes her to cut Dolly's hair to bother Nancy. Sidney nervously tells Jean that Sam is engaged to Emily and that she is afraid everyone in her life is leaving her, including Jean who won't tell her about her life.
Jean calls Sam and asks to meet. Before Dolly's play, Jean gets a call from an unknown number but does not answer it. At the end of the play, Jean hears a voicemail from a frantic Allison begging her to quickly call her back before she gets a call from Gary who tells her that Allison is missing.
Jean is questioned by Detective Kelly on what happened to Allison. She tries to lie and not give him her patient notes, but can't, so she does and directs him to Tom as the suspect.
Sidney is at Jean's apartment with her where she finds some drugs, belonging to Allison. Jean intends to give an anti-bullying speech at Dolly's school.
Jean convinces Sidney to go to Sam's engagement party and later sends her some of Alexis' work, pretending it is "Diane"'s. Sidney finds that it is really Alexis' work and goes to confront Alexis about it, where she finds a picture of Jean on Michael's desk.
Michael does not like this and is mad about Jean's lying, which leads him to try to have an affair with Alexis, who tells him she is seeing someone already.
He confronts Jean about her lying, and she in return reveals she kept This sets him off and he questions if Jean is really crazy and that if she manipulated Melissa into burning down her house.
Back in , Jean pulls out newspapers of Melissa being arrested and proceeds to put on an old bracelet.Naomi Watts 3. Unser Angebot für Erstwähler Lesen Sie 6 Monate die digitalen Ausgaben von F. Sie können Eurosport Player Smart Tv persönliche Favoritenliste zusammenstellen, um diese später über Netflix anzusehen.