Next Episode of Public Morals is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
This summer, TNT is going to take viewers to the seedy, gritty streets and the bright, seductive lights of 1960s New York with Public Morals, a powerful, buzz-generating police drama from writer, director, executive producer and star Edward Burns (Saving Private Ryan, The Brothers McMullen, TNT's Mob City). Public Morals also stars Michael Rapaport (Justified, Prison Break) and Elizabeth Masucci (The Americans, Inside Amy Schumer). The series centers on Terry Muldoon (Burns), an officer of the Public Morals Division, which investigates vice crimes in the city. Many of Muldoon's fellow cops in the division walk a thin line between morality and crime as vice-related temptations threaten to snare even the best of officers, including Muldoon's partner, Charlie Bullman (Rapoport). As Muldoon watches the Hells Kitchen streets where he grew up devoured by an escalating war within two factions of the Irish-American Mob, he becomes more determined than ever to fight back against the city's dark underbelly so he can provide a safe place where he and his wife, Christine (Masucci), can raise their family.
In early 1960s, New York City, Officer Terry Muldoon runs the Public Morals Division, a plainclothes unit of the NYPD whose job it is to police vice crimes such as gambling and prostitution. Muldoon juggles various situations, including warning his gangster uncle Mr. O not to challenge the head of the west side Irish Mob and schooling the new recruit Shea how the division actually works. Muldoon also struggles to raise his family in the increasingly violent Hell's Kitchen neighborhood, disciplining his 13 year-old son when he acts up at school. Muldoon's partner Bullman develops a soft spot for a beautiful high-end call girl after Bullman and Muldoon arrest her for solicitation.
Muldoon is tasked by his Aunt Kay to find the person behind his uncle, Mr. O's murder. When Joe Patton, the head of the west side Irish Mob, discovers who killed Mr. O, he demands answers. Patton's son, Rusty, next in line to take over the Irish Mob, attempts to clean up the mess. Mr. O's son, Sean O'Bannon, also a Public Morals officer, starts a romance with best friend's Duffy's sister, Deirdre. The new cop in Public Morals, Shea, also gets a taste of the fun side of working in Plainclothes when Bullman takes him to a private, illegal casino.
Mr. O's wake brings together Muldoon and the west side Irish Mob, where Muldoon and Patton agree to meet and discuss the case. Patton and his son Rusty disagree on who should take over Mr. O's bookmaking operation. Mr. O's enforcer Kane is ready to declare war on Patton's crew, who he thinks is responsible for Mr. O's murder. Muldoon gets a tip about a high stakes, illegal card game run by the Italian Mob that the unit decides to bust up.
Muldoon and Latucci take their wives on a double date using the perks of the job to have a night on the town. Shea is partnered for the night with O'Bannon, who has some fun at Shea's expense when arresting a couple of hookers. Kane takes the first step in avenging Mr. O's death, in a move that will trigger a war on the west side.
Rusty takes revenge after discovering his two soldiers, Rogers and O'Reilly, have been murdered. Muldoon needs to step in when Latucci's friendship with a well-known Italian Mobster is questioned. Bullman's relationship with high-end call girl Fortune is further complicated when she asks Bullman for more help. Smitty quickly discovers that being a boss brings unexpected danger.
While looking for Smitty's killer, Muldoon and Bullman find themselves in the line of fire. Deirdre and Sean realize they are not on the same page, and Duffy and Barbara have a fun drunken night out. Sgt. Mike invites Patton out to visit him in order to gain some traction with the Mr. O murder investigation. O'Bannon is put to the test when Muldoon includes him in a dangerous pursuit.
Muldoon juggles tensions at home with Christine and the kids, warns Latucci about his relationship with the Moose, while also pursuing the Pattons. Lt. King helps out an old flame and assembles some fellow officers to take care of the situation. Kane and Hopkins have been hiding upstate and plot their revenge on Rusty upon return. Patton questions his brother's loyalty as tensions rise between Patton and Rusty. Rusty spills more blood in his hunt for Kane.
Muldoon must make a final decision about whether Shea should be in Public Morals and puts him to the test to see if he is worthy. Rusty and Kay finally spend some much anticipated alone time together. Bullman plays "boyfriend" with Fortune when her mother comes to town. Kane finally returns to Hell's Kitchen, and it is soon a race between Rusty and Kane to get to each other first - with bloody results.
Muldoon gets a surprising tip. Patton is officially done with Rusty and starts making moves. Christine makes plans to leave Hell's Kitchen, with or without Muldoon. Deirdre gets unexpected news that forces her to look at her relationship with O'Bannon.
The streets of Hell's Kitchen run red with the blood of the Irish Mafia, as the west side war comes to a head. Muldoon treats Christine to a night on the town, and makes a decision. Duffy gets surprising news from Deirdre. As Bullman's feelings for Fortune intensify, he's forced to make a decision about their relationship.
Keith Nobbs(Pat Duffy)
Ruben Santiago-Hudson(Lt. King)
Brian Wiles(Jimmy Shea)
Patrick Murney(Petey ‘Mac' Mackenna)
Wass Stevens(Vince Latucci)
Elizabeth Masucci(Christine Muldoon)
Edward Burns(Terry Muldoon)
Austin Stowell(Sean O'Bannon)
Michael Rapaport(Charlie Bullman)
Cormac Cullinane(James Muldoon)
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