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The Queen's Gambit

2020 . Drama . 1h 0m

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348K total

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About the TV show

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In a Kentucky orphanage in the 1950s, a young girl discovers an astonishing talent for chess while struggling with addiction.

Rated:

TV-MA

Actors:

Anya Taylor-Joy, Bill Camp, Marielle Heller, Moses Ingram, Isla Johnston

Language:

en

Release:

23 Oct 2020

Seasons:

1

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Reviews

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Mrutunjay Nayak

4 weeks ago

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I didn't expect the level of this series,before this series i didn't play chess but after watching this series I fall in love in the love of chess. Great inspiring series.

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Tathagata Sinha Roy

2 months ago

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Great opening, good mid game, ok-ish endgame. Last 2 episodes didn't really resonate with the previous storyline when the focus became mostly on feminism instead of chess.

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ismail shush

2 months ago

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If you didnt like chess or had no knowledge of chess before this you will probably want to play it now. Amazing show, plus its not too long so you dont have to binge it.

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Hannah Van Brimer

2 months ago

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This is an incredible piece of art wrapped into 7 great episodes. The storyline was amazing, and I just fell in love with the characters. The progression of Beth Harmon throughout the series is so well done. I would love to watch this again some day and I am going to recommend this to everyone I know or who asks. Positives: - Character Development - I absolutely love her friends - The sound Design *Chefs Kiss - The visual/light design *Chefs Kiss - The mom storyline was heart wrenching. - Once you watch one episode you had to watch another one. - I loved the set designs and the progression throughout the 50's and 60's. Negatives: - A little slow at times. Overall: 4 1/2 out of 5 Stars

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Giordalenne Cijntje

2 months ago

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Amazing I thought because of the chess this series would be boring but boy was I wrong this was one of the greatest series I've watched its prolly my #1

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Giselle Müller Mellage

2 months ago

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extrem gut gemacht, eine einfache Story die aber sehr ausdrucksstark ist Man bekommt sogar Lust seine Schach Skills zu verbessern^^

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Bob Rose image

3 months ago

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I'm not big on leaving 10's, but this series earned it. Very well balanced and entertaining series, the story telling is top notch. Even if you aren't into chess or even understand it, you can still enjoy this series.

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BLAD

3 months ago

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“The Queen’s Gambit” is a captivating mini-series with its main highlight being Anya Taylor-Joy in the leading role who delivers a noteworthy performance throughout the season’s hour long episodes.

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Topaz Jasper

5 months ago

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I just didn't really get the point of it. I kept waiting for the Russians to do more awesome stuff. Did the drug anyone's tea? I thought that for a bit, but didn't pay a lot of attention. Bonus points for the alien eyes, though.

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Tanya P image

5 months ago

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Very quickly devoured this excellent miniseries. Deserves all the hype it has received and will keep you captivated throughout!

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Jamie Bendy image

6 months ago

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Absolutely love this. From the acting to the directing to the writing to the editing...this is an outstanding series.

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Jordan JG

6 months ago

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Not about chess, about life. A Netflix mini serie with a focus on mental health, drug addiction, family and other relationships and chess. Sounds weird, but a really outstanding serie which starts of slow but keep the spectator engage. If you like a good, easy to watch serie, this is your pick.

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Nazia Hussain

6 months ago

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Loved this show! I loved that being a orphan she didnt have a bad life, she was just normal and working her way to be somthing

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Tess Hartigan

6 months ago

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Astounding acting. You understand why they waited years to ensure proper production. Anya Taylor-Joy is absolutely transcendent as Beth Harmon, an orphan and chess prodigy dealing with addiction and her own journey as a prodigy. This show caused a global resurgence of chess! I loved how it portrayed 1950s Vegas, Mexico City, and US/Soviet relations.

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Joey Joson

6 months ago

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Really wanted to like this one but it never took the time with the characters. Way too many convenient plot points.

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