Bloodline (TV series)

Bloodline is an American Netflix original thriller – drama web television series [1] [2] created by Todd A. Kessler , Glenn Kessler , and Daniel Zelman , and produced by Sony Pictures Television . [3] The series premiered on February 9, 2015, in the Berlinale Special Galas section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival , [1] and the 13-episode first season premiered in its entirety, on Netflix, on March 20, 2015. [3] On March 31, 2015, Bloodline was renewed for a 10-episode second season that debuted on May 27, 2016. [4] [5] On July 13, 2016, Netflix renewed Bloodline for a 10-episode third season, [6] later confirmed to be the final season. [7] The third and final season was released on May 26, 2017. [8]

Kany Chandler and Ben Mendelsohn have been singing for many years . However, the second and third seasons received a mixed response from critics.

Plot

See also: List of Bloodline episodes
Season Episodes Originally released
1 13 March 20, 2015
2 10 May 27, 2016
3 10 May 26, 2017

Season 1 (2015)

The series begins with an eerie narration by John Rayburn: “Sometimes you know something’s coming. Is going to go terribly wrong and there’s nothing you can do to stop it. That’s how I felt when my brother came home. ”

Danny Rayburn returns home to Monroe County, Florida for the 45th anniversary de son Parents Robert and Sally Rayburn’s seaside hotel, The Rayburn House – a pier will be dedicated In Their honor to mark the occasion. Danny is the black sheep of the family, with his three younger siblings: John, Kevin, and Meg. John is a detective with the local sheriff’s office, Kevin owns a local marina , and Meg is an attorney with a local law firm. Danny wants to make his return permanent as he wishes to stay with his parents at their inn. Robert is reluctant to let Danny stay, but leaves it to the three siblings to decide Danny’s fate. The siblings decide against Danny staying as they conclude that he will only break Sally’s heart in the end. John decides to break the news to Danny, but tied to him by his father, who wanted him gone, rather than the siblings. Ultimately Danny does not leave, to allow him to come back to the bus stop. Danny’s dysfunctional relationship with his father inadvertently causes Robert to have mini-strokes and eventually leads to his death.

The Rayburns’ is full of dark secrets that are revealed throughout the season. Danny’s dysfunctional relationship with his family’s stems from the untimely death of his younger sister, Sarah, when he was a teenager. Danny took Sarah out on a boat, where she seahorse necklace fell into the water, and as she attempted to retrieve it, she drowned . Her death caused Robert to give Danny a beating, which Sally covered by having John, Kevin, and Meg lie to the police.

Robert’s death opens the door for Danny to have a permanent job at the Inn. Danny appears to be changing his ways with hard work and dedication, which puts him in Sally’s good graces. However, Danny’s problem is shown with childhood friend and troublemaker Eric O’Bannon. The two begin siphoning gasoline from local docks for drug and human trafficker , Wayne Lowry. As they gain Lowry’s trust they are given larger jobs to complete. Danny at the Rayburn House as a smuggle in cocaine for Lowry.

John and the sheriff’s department collaborate with the DEA in an investigation into the deaths of unknown women and drug trafficking in Monroe County by Lowry and his men. The investigation leads John to Danny and his recent activities. While secretly investigating Danny, John finds the cocaine that Danny has been smuggling in a shed on The Rayburn House property. During a meeting between John, Kevin, and Meg the three siblings conclude that the only way to fix the situation and not put the family at risk with the Feds to Danny’s home in Miami . Unbeknownst to Danny, the drugs are moved, and replaced with empty suitcases. Danny has a bad attitude with Lowry, who believes that Danny has stolen the cocaine from him.

Under pressure, Danny begins to act erratically. Danny attempts to get to John by taking his daughter’s daughter Sarah had. John and his wife Dianna. The ominous seahorse necklace causes John to reach his breaking point. During a confrontation, John Murders Danny by drowning him in the ocean. Distraught from murdering his brother, John turns to Kevin and Meg to defuse the situation. Danny’s body. Danny’s body. Danny’s death. Danny’s death. Danny’s death. Unsatisfied with the explanation of Danny’s death, Lenny Potts to privately investigate the matter. In the aftermath of Danny’s death Meg moves to New York City to take a job with a firm wide, Kevin reunites With His estranged wife, Belle, who is now pregnant with Kevin’s child, and John reunites with His Family. Danny’s son, Nolan, at John’s home to find out what happened to his father.

Season 2 (2016)

Following Danny’s death, the Rayburn family remains haunted by it. Wayne Lowry confronts John claiming to have a tape of John’s history on which he could use blackmail against him. Marco Diaz, Danny’s death with Eric O’Bannon. Meg returns from New York, John runs for Sheriff, and Kevin continues to struggle with his business. Nolan and his mother arrive at the Rayburn house and meet Sally to discuss Danny. Through Nolan and Eve, the Rayburn is continuing to learn more about Danny’s past which he has asked Robert to borrow some money for the restaurant. An old friend of Danny’s from Miami Ozzy assists Eve once Meg cancels Nolan’s child support pay. John tries to get the tape off Lowry by telling him to turn himself so that the DEA can arrest his contacts and his family is protected. Danny had back. Danny had back. Lowry is killed by the father of one of the people. He was smuggling. While John runs for Sheriff, Marco’s gets close to find Danny’s killer he eventually grows to resent the Rayburn family for continuing to lie and contradicting the stories they tell. Eric O’Bannon tells Marco he has proof John killed Danny. Kevin goes to see Marco to indicate John killed Danny and Marco responds that John as Meg and Kevin are going to prison. Kevin Murders Marco. Danny had back. Danny had back. Lowry is killed by the father of one of the people. He was smuggling. While John runs for Sheriff, Marco’s gets close to find Danny’s killer he eventually grows to resent the Rayburn family for continuing to lie and contradicting the stories they tell. Eric O’Bannon tells Marco he has proof John killed Danny. Kevin goes to see Marco to indicate John killed Danny and Marco responds that John as Meg and Kevin are going to prison. Kevin Murders Marco. Danny had back. Danny had back. Lowry is killed by the father of one of the people. He was smuggling. While John runs for Sheriff, Marco’s gets close to find Danny’s killer he eventually grows to resent the Rayburn family for continuing to lie and contradicting the stories they tell. Eric O’Bannon tells Marco he has proof John killed Danny. Kevin goes to see Marco to indicate John killed Danny and Marco responds that John as Meg and Kevin are going to prison. Kevin Murders Marco. S gets closer to find Danny’s killer he eventually grows to the Rayburn family for continuing to lie and contradicting the stories they tell. Eric O’Bannon tells Marco he has proof John killed Danny. Kevin goes to see Marco to indicate John killed Danny and Marco responds that John as Meg and Kevin are going to prison. Kevin Murders Marco. S gets closer to find Danny’s killer he eventually grows to resent the Rayburn family for continuing to lie and contradicting the stories they tell. Eric O’Bannon tells Marco he has proof John killed Danny. Kevin goes to see Marco to indicate John killed Danny and Marco responds that John as Meg and Kevin are going to prison. Kevin Murders Marco.

Season 3 (2017)

Following Diaz’s murder Kevin seeks Roy Gilbert’s help to cover up the murder. Gilbert engineers a plan that frames O’Bannon for the murder, causing Kevin to nearly lose his life in the process. The impending trial creates further rifts within the Rayburn clan; Meg vanishes, Kevin is getting more ensnared in Gilbert’s shady machinations, and John is increasingly consumed by guilt for Danny’s death.

Cast

Main cast

  • Kyle Chandler as John Rayburn, the second sound; A detective and local deputy with the Monroe County sheriff’s office [3] [9]
  • Ben Mendelsohn as Danny Rayburn, the oldest son and sheep of the family [3] (main, seasons 1-2; guest, season 3)
  • Linda Cardellini as Meg Rayburn, the daughter and youngest sibling; An attorney and the family peacekeeper [3] [10]
  • Norbert Leo Butz as Kevin Rayburn, the hot-headed youngest son; He refurbishes boats at Indian Key Channel Marina [3]
  • Jacinda Barrett as Diana Rayburn, John’s wife; She runs a plant nursery [3]
  • Jamie McShane as Eric O’Bannon, Danny’s Friend and Chelsea’s Brother; Has spoken [3]
  • Enrique Murciano as Marco Diaz, Meg’s long-term romantic partner; A detective with the Monroe County sheriff’s office and John’s partner [11]
  • Sam Shepard as Robert Rayburn, The Patriarch [3] (main, season 1; guest, season 2)
  • Sissy Spacek as Sally Rayburn, the matriarch [3]
  • Katie Finneran as Beautiful Rayburn, Kevin’s estranged wife [11] (recurring, season 1, main, seasons 2-3)
  • John Leguizamo as Ozzy Delvecchio, a man from Danny’s past (seasons 2-3) [12]
  • Andrea Riseborough as Evangeline Radosevich, the mother of Nolan Rayburn Who has unfinished business with the Rayburn family (season 2) [13]
  • Chloë Sevigny as Chelsea O’Bannon, Eric’s younger sister; A nurse [14] (recurring, seasons 1-2, main, season 3)

Recurring cast

  • Steven Pasquale as Alec Moros, Meg’s legal customer and lover [14]
  • Mia Kirshner as Sarah Rayburn, Sally and Robert’s deceased elder daughter. Angela Winiewicz portrays young Sarah in flashbacks.
  • Brandon Larracuente as Ben Rayburn, John and Diana’s son [11] [15] [16]
  • Taylor Rouviere as Janie Rayburn, John and Diana’s daughter
  • Glenn Morshower as Wayne Lowry, a local drug distributor who owns a bait shop
  • Gino Vento as Rafi Quintana, smuggler and Wayne Lowry’s employee
  • Eliezer Castro as Carlos Mejia, a former employee of the Rayburns
  • Bill Kelly as Clay Grunwald, a DEA Agent
  • Jeremy Palko as Nicholas Widmark, Kevin Rayburn’s neighbor
  • Randy Gonzalez as Manny, employee at the Rayburn House
  • Frank Hoyt Taylor as Lenny Potts, an old Navy friend of Robert’s and a retired Monroe County detective
  • Owen Teague as Nolan Rayburn, Danny’s son, which the rest of the Rayburns were unaware of. Teague also portrays young Danny Rayburn in flashbacks.
  • Beau Bridges as Roy Gilbert, a political supporter and ally of John Rayburn for county sheriff and a drug trafficker.
  • David Zayas as Sheriff Aguirre, the incumbent sheriff running against John and a domestic abuser.

Production

Conception

Bloodline was announced in October 2014 as part of a partnership between Netflix and Sony Pictures Television , making Netflix’s first major deal with a major studio film for a television series. [17] The series was created and executive produced by Todd A. Kessler , Glenn Kessler , and Daniel Zelman , who previously created the FX series Damages . According to its official synopsis released by Netflix, Bloodline “centers on a close-knit family of four adult siblings whose secrets and scars are revealed when their black sheep brother returns home.” [18]

The writing trio settled on the theme of family as they tried to determine what their next project would look like. According to Zelman, “Over the years we’ve found ourselves talking about a lot about family and how family dynamics have changed – or not changed – as we’ve gotten older.” Glenn Kessler added, “As we’ve hit our 40s, our understanding of our family dynamics has begun to change. And because we all come from families with three sons, we recognize the roles we play. So the thought was, why not try some of that in our creative life? ” They settled on a Florida Keys -family-thriller genre experiment, exploring the ghost of the past in family role training. The pitch was attractive to a number of outlets before Netflix landed the drama as a 13-hour season to launch all at once – a structural advantage very important to the show’s creators. [19]

Casting

The creators were intrigued by the idea of ​​casting Kyle Chandler , whose on-screen persona in Friday Night Lights was warm and inviting, to play the ostensibly noble but deeply damaged John Rayburn. They met with Chandler in Austin, Texas , and pitched him the part. “They said, ‘This is like an experiment.’ ‘We’re not sure if this is going to work the way we’re doing it, but we want to create this family Around it ‘”, he recalled. “And their hesitancy of whether it would work or not … made me, thinking back on it, realize they were in it 110% because they were trying to create something new. It could go … But I was like, I’m in. ”

Ben Mendelsohn was the only actor in the role of Danny Rayburn; They found the combination of intellect and acting ability perfectly suited to the part. Glenn Kessler was grateful for Netflix’s hands-off approach to the decision, explaining, “They very much supported us finding the best actor that we could play the role.” In addition, seeing as much of the show dramatic tension came out of the relationship between John and Danny, a certain chemistry between the two actors was vital. According to Chandler, “[Mendelsohn] ‘s so easy to work with. And yet, he’s tricky – when you’re working with him, psychologically there’s so much going on.” [19]

Linda Cardellini and Norbert Leo Butz and Meg and Kevin Rayburn, respectively, through meetings with the creators. According to Kessler, Sissy Spacek and Sam Shepard were actually given priority to casting as the “dream” actors they wanted to play the Rayburn parents. A Damages fan, Spacek signed on after the cast started coming together, explaining, “There’s so much good work coming out of television. [19]

The second season features the additions of John Leguizamo and Andrea Riseborough as regular series, both playing characters from Danny’s past. [12] [13] Ben Mendelsohn returns to a regular series for the second season, despite his character’s having been killed off in season one. Glenn Kessler said, “The DNA of the show is such that the past is always with us,” and, “We’re going to learn more about Danny’s effect on the family and more about his past, The present day. ” He added that Mendelsohn’s return “was always part of the plan. When we first hired him, it was for more than the first season.” [21]

The third season features Chloë Sevigny as a series regular; She had previously recurred in seasons one and two.

Filming

Todd A. Kessler describes the Florida Keys as a reason for shooting the show : “We looked at several places and realized there is no place quite like the Keys and the color of the water and being outside and it really feel like paradise and Then having this kind of underbelly of what’s going on underneath it. ” [22] The creators acknowledged Crime and Punishment as a major narrative influence for what they have as a 13-hour movie. As Todd Kessler explained, “in that story the murder takes place on page 60 and there’s another 400 pages of the book to go. ‘- is very much the fabric of the series.

The show favors a mix of classic black and hyper-realism in its look. Cinematographer Jaime Reynoso said, “he never saw [ Bloodline ] as a TV show”, finding the all-at-once Netflix model useful in lensing the series as if it were film. He explained, “The concept of the writers had to be hyper-realistic, almost documentary style.” Consequentially, he found first to be spontaneity. [24] Bloodline editor Naomi Geraghty echoed the importance of realism to the show in her approach: “Nobody is ever saying what they’re saying, so you’re going to shave or jarring Cuts for flashbacks. ” [25]

Production cost

In September 2016, Vulture.com reported that the cost per episode for the show was approximately $ 7 million to $ 8.5 million per hour, with a total cost for the 33 episodes between $ 231- $ 289 million. Despite receiving tax credits for Florida shooting Florida Keys was costly. The high production cost is cited as one of the reasons for cancellation, in addition to positive reviews and award nominations. [26] Executive producer Todd A. Kessler said: “We decided to set the show here … because it’s crucial to what the show is, not because of the incentive tax, but it does affect things financially for Be challenged because of that. It makes things more difficult. ” [27]

Reception

Critical

Season 1

Critics received the first three episodes of Bloodline for initial review, and received a 75-out of 100 based on 31 reviews on Metacritic . [28] Rotten Tomatoes gave the season an approval rating of 80%, with an average rating of 7/10 based on 44 reviews, and was critical of consensus: “While Bloodline ‘ s tricky timeline detracts from the potency of the story and Its Characters, the show remains an addictive, tightly drawn brainteaser framed on a believable canvas. ” [29]

Especially positive reviews came from several sources. Ken Tucker of Yahoo! TV called it a “twisty mood piece … well worth your time”. [30] Dorothy Rabinowitz , writing for The Wall Street Journal , said the series possesses a “magnetic pull”. [31] David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter raved, “Chalk up another forceful punch [for Netflix] with Bloodline , a riveting, superbly cast slow-burn family drama set between the oceanfront paradise and the murky mangrove swamps of the Florida Keys. [32] Other cams from The AV Club , [33] the Los Angeles Times , [34] the New York Times , [35] the Philadelphia Inquirer , [36] Variety , [37] Entertainment Weekly , [38] and the San Francisco Chronicle . [39] Cinema Blend , Decider , Badass Digest , and Forbes have hailed Bloodline as the best Netflix original to date. [40] [41] [42] [43] [35] the Philadelphia Inquirer , [36] Variety , [37] Entertainment Weekly , [38] and the San Francisco Chronicle . [39] Cinema Blend , Decider , Badass Digest , and Forbes have hailed Bloodline as the best Netflix original to date. [40] [41] [42] [43] [35] the Philadelphia Inquirer , [36] Variety , [37] Entertainment Weekly , [38] and the San Francisco Chronicle . [39] Cinema Blend , Decider , Badass Digest , and Forbes have hailed Bloodline as the best Netflix original to date. [40] [41] [42] [43] [39] Cinema Blend , Decider , Badass Digest , and Forbes have hailed Bloodline as the best Netflix original to date. [40] [41] [42] [43] [39] Cinema Blend , Decider , Badass Digest , and Forbes have hailed Bloodline as the best Netflix original to date. [40] [41] [42] [43]

Debate of the three episodes. As Hank Stuever wrote in his review for The Washington Post , “I’ve enjoyed Bloodline so far, but it’s impossible to say if it’s consistently this good, because Netflix would share only three episodes (out of 13) with critics.” [44] For HitFix , Alan Sepinwall (who awarded the three episodes to B-) echoed the feeling, saying, “We ‘ll see if they play those things – Bloodline – Todd Kessler has suggested At least one reporter that the flash-forwards will not be a long-term (or even season-long) device – but for now,

Other mixed reviews cam from James Poniewozik of TIME , [47] Robert Bianco of USA Today [48] and Margaret Lyons of Vulture . [49] HOWEVER, Sean FitzGerald, Who reviewed the season as a whole for Vulture,wrote in sum: ” Bloodline Was a gripping, slow burn of a journey, so stressful, Engaging, and uncomfortable … KZK DID fantastic Job crafting something real enough to find introspective truth in. ” [50]

The Playlist named Bloodline the normative successor to Breaking Bad because of its complex and tragic anti-hero narrative. The room’s author, critic Nikola Grozdavonic, explicated the assertion by Determining the show’s value, writing: “As TV continues shows to soar During this golden age of television, the bar keeps rising higher and higher … Right now [ Bloodline is] the greatest example of how effective Profoundly the 13-episode size can be in modern storytelling. of course, shows-have to be technically sound in order to Represent Their story in the greatest possible to light, and the team behind Bloodline does an outstanding job in every technical Breathtaking cinematography, an immersive soundtrack, And a coyly watching camera all enhancing the viewing experience by a noticeable degree. The picturesque location of the Florida Keys, divided between gorgeous coral reefs and dark mangroves, is captured with an eye for the sensual and the symbolic. And yet, all of this would turn out to be the dust as the story did not reach as deep as it did, and the writing and performances were not as spectacular as they were. [51] IndieWire asserted that Bloodline’s mix of black and family drama allows it to successfully confront complex family dynamics. According to author David Canfield , “The opening minutes of Bloodline … Bloodline identifies the origins of family roles, each shaped by a cataclysmic event in the Rayburn siblings’ childhood. The time-shifting is intrinsic to the show’s ideas, exploring the formation of identity through flashbacks and through glimpses of the future, affirming Their inflexibility. “ [52]

Critics’ reactions were further divided to Bloodline in its entirety, with end-of-season reviews from publications, such as Vox.com , [53] IGN , [54] and Uncle Barky , [55] ending up very favorable. While reviews from HitFix , [46] and Vulture [50] were more mixed.

The first season Was named Among the best of 2015 by Rolling Stone , [56] The Star-Ledger , [57] Vanity Fair , [58] The Guardian , [59] IGN , [60] The AV Club , [61] The Week , [62] Maxim [63] and The Hollywood Reporter . [64] However, IndieWire named the show one of the most disappointing TV shows of 2015. [65]

Season 2

Season 2 of Bloodline: The Critique of Punishment. [66] On Metacritic, the season has a score of 60 out of 100, based on 9 critics, indicating “mixed or average reviews”. [67] On Rotten Tomatoes, it: has a 50% approval rating, is based 16 reviews, with a rating average of 6.1 / 10. The website’s critical consensus reads, “DESPITE impressive performance and attractive cinematography, Bloodline ‘ s second season fails to recapture icts predecessor’s dramatic plot.” [68]

Season 3

The third and final season received negative reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the season holds approval of 29% and an average score of 5/10 based on 7 reviews. [69]

Accolades

year Award Category Recipients result Ref.
2015
Critics’ Choice Television Awards
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Ben Mendelsohn Nominated
[70]
Gold Derby Awards
Drama Supporting Actor Ben Mendelsohn Nominated
[71]
Primetime Emmy Awards
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Kyle Chandler Nominated
[72]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Ben Mendelsohn Nominated
Writers Guild of America Awards
Television: New Series Nominated
[73]
EWwy Awards
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Sissy Spacek Nominated
[74]
2016
Artios Awards
Achievement in Casting – Television Series Drama Zane, Wyman, Markowitz Nominated
[75]
Satellite Awards
Best Television Series – Drama Nominated
[76]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Kyle Chandler Nominated
Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film Ben Mendelsohn Nominated
Golden Globe Awards
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Ben Mendelsohn Nominated
[77]
OFTA Awards
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Ben Mendelsohn Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Kyle Chandler Nominated
[78]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Ben Mendelsohn Won
IGN Awards
Best TV Actor Ben Mendelsohn Won
[79]
2017
Artios Awards
Achievement in Casting – Television Series Drama Zane, Wyman, Markowitz,
Verbruggen, Fragetta
Won
[80]
Art Directors Guild Awards
One-Hour Contemporary Single-Camera Television Series Tim Galvin Nominated
[81]
Satellite Awards
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Ben Mendelsohn Won
[82]

Commercial

The official trailer Was released in mid-February, Containing the Lissie cover of Metallica ‘s song “Nothing Else Matters”. After the trailer’s release, Bloodline ranked eighth among all cable / streaming programs in Digital Audience ratings and was the top trending program, being a month out of its premiere. According to Variety , “The first full trailer release for [Netflix’s] upcoming drama” Bloodline “… already has nearly 1 million more views in just a week’s time, landing the show on the Cable / Streaming and Trending leaderboards this week. [83]

DVD and Blu-ray releases

Bloodline has been released on DVD in Australia; season 1 on May 5, 2016, [84] and season 2 on May 31, 2017. [85] The first season aussi HAS-been released on DVD and Blu-ray in Europe in March 2016. [86] The series HAS yet to Be released on DVD or Blu-ray in North America. [87]

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