An unflinching psychological thriller amidst the underbelly of New York City’s “Gilded Age,” The Alienist follows Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Brühl, Rush), a brilliant and obsessive “Alienist” in the controversial new field of treating mental pathologies, who holds the key to hunting down a never-before-seen ritualistic killer murdering young boys. Based on the award-winning, fan-favorite novel by Caleb Carr, with standout performances from Luke Evans (The Girl on the Train) and Dakota Fanning (American Pastoral) The Alienist is a gripping, turn-of-the-century murder mystery like none other: the story of the emergence of the world’s most powerful city that will stop at nothing to bury its darkest secrets.
1 - The Boy on the BridgeNew York City. 1896. The heart of America's Gilded Age. When a young boy prostitute is found butchered on the unfinished Williamsburg Bridge, an alienist named Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Br?hl), a newspaper illustrator by the name of John Moore, (Luke Evans), a secretary, Sara Howard (Dakota Fanning) and a police commissioner named Theodore Roosevelt (Brian Geraghty) begin an investigation outside the law to find the serial killer.
2 - Inside the Episode: The Boy on the BridgeThe cast and creators unpack Episode 1 by delving into pivotal scenes that reveal insights about the characters and story.
3 - A Fruitful PartnershipThe investigation heats up as Sara (Dakota Fanning) gets her hands on a clue and Kreizler (Daniel Br?hl) tries to connect the evidence left behind by the serial killer. Tensions rise within the police department. Kreizler takes Moore (Luke Evans), Sara, Marcus (Douglas Smith) and Lucius (Matthew Shear) to Delmonico's in New York and informs them they are going to be working together as a team to catch the killer.
4 - Inside the Episode: A Fruitful PartnershipThe cast and creators unpack Episode 2 by delving into pivotal scenes that reveal insights about the characters and story.
5 - Silver SmileInnovative evidence leads the team to discover a crucial element in the case has gone missing. Kreizler (Daniel Bruhl) and Moore (Luke Evans) interview a witness to find out what happened to Moore at the Brothel. Sara (Dakota Fanning) attempts to live in a world outside the investigation. Kreizler challenges them to look within themselves.
6 - Inside the Episode: Silver SmileThe cast and creators unpack Episode 3 by delving into pivotal scenes that reveal insights about the characters and story.
7 - These Bloody ThoughtsKreizler (Daniel Br?hl) and Sara (Dakota Fanning) discuss the capacity to kill. Moore (Luke Evans) goes on a date. Byrnes (Ted Levine) and Captain Connor (David Wilmot) keep an eye on a potential suspect. Roosevelt (Brian Geraghty) finds himself under public scrutiny.
8 - Inside the Episode: These Bloody ThoughtsThe cast and creators unpack Episode 4 by delving into pivotal scenes that reveal insights about the characters and story.
9 - Hildebrandt's StarlingThe team learns more about the killer. Moore and Sara share an intimate moment. Kreizler seeks advice from an old mentor. Roosevelt takes action.
10 - Inside the Episode: Hildebrandt's StarlingThe cast and creators unpack Episode 5 by delving into pivotal scenes that reveal insights about the characters and story.
11 - OverviewWatch a special series overview of the highly anticipated psychological thriller The Alienist.
12 - Sneak PeekGet a first look at a sneak peek for the highly anticipated psychological thriller The Alienist.
13 - Inside The Alienist: Character StudyGet a sneak peek at the characters of The Alienist with its stars Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans, and Dakota Fanning.
14 - Inside The Alienist: Character ProfilesDive deeper into the characters of The Alienist, with cast interviews that reveal personal insights and historic details from the actors who portray them.
15 - Inside The Alienist: Reimagining the Gilded AgeTake a closer look at the artistry that brings the grit and glamour of the Gilded Age to life through costumes, props, and set design in The Alienist.
16 - Inside The Alienist: The Birth of Psychology and ForensicsExplore the rise of criminal psychology and forensic science with the cast and creators of The Alienist.
17 - Inside The Alienist: Get to Know the CastGet to know The Alienist stars Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning in a rapid fire Q&A interview session.
18 - Inside The Alienist: Walking the Set with Luke EvansLuke Evans gives an insider tour of the immense sets built for The Alienist and the immersive details that brought New York's Gilded Age to life.
19 - Inside The Alienist: Behind Dakota's LookJoin Dakota Fanning for a tour of the outfits and accessories that help define her character in The Alienist, with additional insights from the costume designers themselves.
20 - Inside The Alienist: Building the Gilded AgeExplore New York's Gilded Age through the immense sets and elaborate production design that created the world of The Alienist.
21 - Inside The Alienist: New York 1896Travel back to 1896 with the cast and creators, as they explore the gilded extravagance and dark underbelly of New York City in The Alienist.
22 - This Season OnTake a look ahead at the twists and turns still to come this season on The Alienist.
23 - Inside The Alienist: Fashion of the Gilded AgeSee how the creative team embraced the fashion of the Gilded Age in the carefully crafted and meticulously researched costumes of The Alienist.
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The book is fantastic, I recommend reading it. The producers have done a wonderful job with the show. Pretty close to the book. The visuals are fantastic.
As others have said, kudos for the production values. This show feels a good Conan Doyle novel brought to life, but with a different set of characters. I don't understand the poster upthread who complained that no motivations were shown. Dr. Kriezler's motivations are obvious: he is both fascinated by the minds of children and also feels guilty about the unsolved murder of the Zwiez boy. [He's also very Holmes-like]. Sara's motivation is equally obvious: she's a feminist and a career woman in a time when such a thing was truly rare [Doyle's Irene Adler as a cop]. Moore's motivation is the clearest of all; he's an everyman who's trying his best to help a rather weird friend (John Watson as a whoremonger). What's not to like?
This is such a brilliant show!
I have had a tough time understanding the cool change within entertainment wherein certain short run television series can be as powerful as one long great motion picture. The nexus of this series being basically ‘Jack the Ripper’ in New York; is enough to check out the time frame and vibe of this show. Even though the acting can be a little stiff; Bruhl is amazing as the doctor or ‘Alienist’. The attention to detail is similar to ‘Taboo’ with Tom Hardy. In other words; very exacting and macabre. I actually am waiting for each new episode with interest rarely this strong for this motif. Definitely not a family show due to the nature of the story. But if you are a fan of ‘From Hell’ then enjoy this strange view of pseudo history.
I’ll give this series an extra star for set production. Otherwise, after 4 episodes in, it just doesn’t keep your attention. There is not ONE likable character. This show was overly advertised for months before it debuted (clearly somebody had faith in it). When I went to LA on the release week it was on every bus/billboard/park bench... so I started it. It’s downfall is the acting. SO OVER dramatic. It’s like watching a bad local theatre production. The leads are so ridiculously over dramatic. My partner and I even mock it around the house while having regular conversations that we “Alienist-ate”. A genuine fail. Ridiculously over-acted and not a single character that intrigues (except the mute servant woman).
Want a GOOD period cop show? Try the German-language BABYLON BERLIN on Netflix. Daniel Brühl and the production values are the only good things about this. It’s heavy-handed and spoon-fed like everything Turner produces. There’s no effort to explain the motivations of any of the major characters, even halfway through the second episode. The source material isn’t the greatest, but anyone could’ve improved upon the Carr novel. Pass.
Didn't knock my socks off, didn't bore me. First episode spent way too much time on the "gritty realism" (which always feels fake) of the time, and failed to engage the characters with the audience. Dakota Fanning is the only reason I'll be tuning into Episode 2..... which was boring AF.
This a dark and sometimes disturbing psychological thriller. The amazing sets and costuming is excellently done. I love the soundtrack and hope they eventually release it for purchase. The story is well cast with great actors. I'm excited to see how the story continues.
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Looking forward to the next episode.