One Dollar (2018) - Drama, Mystery, Thriller

Hohum Score

35

Bearable

Set in a small rust-belt town in post-recession America, a one-dollar bill changing hands connects a group of strangers involved in a shocking multiple murder.

IMDB: 6.2
Director:
Stars: Nathaniel Martello-White, Philip Ettinger
Length: 50 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-MA
Reviews: 3 out of 30 found boring (10%)

One-line Reviews (21)

As I said at the beginning of my comments I think I enjoyed it.

Great character development, and like another review says, the story develops with clarity while still leaving you on the edge of your seat.

The show also does a fantastic job of dealing with race and class issues, which makes it all the more timely and engaging.

I'm on the edge of my seat to see how they all weave together.

A pure waste of time, unless you just want to see decent characters with good acting and a decent production.

For anyone who enjoys gritty suspenseful dramas with an aura of mystery, this is the show for you.

Worth watching.

Low key, but gripping.

A mystery that doesn't follow the usual set-up, but it is very engaging and is well-paced.

I will say that the series lulls at points and the lead actor who works at the factory is pretty weak.

Intriguing and well paced .

Entertaining (mostly) .

They are getting smarter with the propaganda, though, because at least they waited until the third episode to sneak it in.

Compelling mystery - No animals are hurt, killed in this show .

Mr. Lynch and cast are truly spectacular throughout the riveting storyline!

Great new show--compelling.

The storyline was extremely slow and unsatisfying with nothing good coming out of it.

This is a great crime show that is definitely worth watching.

The show has a descent cast, but the storyline is boring.

A really refreshing, suspenseful show that I can't wait to finish!

Boring .