Parents' Guide to

Devils

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Promising political thriller features drinking, sex.

TV CW Drama 2020
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The world of investment banking is the perfect setting for a modern political thriller. Devils has some of the earmarks of high-melodrama shows like Scandal or Quantico, but the international cast seems to think they're in a legitimate noir, playing things very close to the vest. Certain plot points feel like they've been hijacked from other sources, like the successful businessman who is hiding a secret past, and the mentor who may actually be an enemy. But Devils knows precisely what to withhold and what to reveal so the viewer is left guessing about who to trust and who to not. And the backdrop of the global financial crisis makes the stakes feel like they're real-life. In an era of endless crime dramas, the appeal of Devils is, unsurprisingly, in the details.

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