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Ratched - Season 1

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  • Ratched S01E01
    Available from: 18-09-2020
  • Ratched S01E02
    Available from: 18-09-2020
  • Ratched S01E03
    Available from: 18-09-2020
  • Ratched S01E04
    Available from: 18-09-2020
  • Ratched S01E05
    Available from: 18-09-2020
  • Ratched S01E06
    Available from: 18-09-2020
  • Ratched S01E07
    Available from: 18-09-2020
  • Ratched S01E08
    Available from: 18-09-2020
  •  Trailer
A young nurse at a mental institution becomes jaded, bitter and a downright monster to her patients.
Director:
Ryan Murphy, Michael Uppendahl, Nelson Cragg, Jessica Yu
Country:
Release:
IMDb:
8.0
Quality:
HD
Duration:
50 min
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RogerEbert.com
Ratched lacks sustained faith in the power of its human drama.
September 15, 2020
Boston Globe
The name Ratched calls to mind words like "ratchet" and "wretched," but in this slick, inconsistent series she's more a jumble of qualities whose truths are coyly withheld from us.
September 17, 2020
Oregonian
"Ratched" has already been renewed by Netflix for a second season. Based on the first eight episodes, the show will need a miracle cure to be worthy of all the talented people involved.
September 17, 2020
TV Line
Ryan Murphy's latest is gorgeously shot, but joyless in the extreme, and Sarah Paulson's dour title character grows tiresome very early on. Did anyone ask for this?
September 17, 2020
Slate
No longer a chilling avatar of implacable, self-satisfied state violence who needs no reason to exist other than that the system will always find people like her to keep running, Nurse Ratched is now just another poor, misunderstood antihero.
September 17, 2020
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