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Welcome to Chippendales (2022)

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Popularity 63
Rayting:   7.4/10 0 votes
Country: USA
Language: English

Episode Guide

Season 1

January 3, 2023Episode 8 Switzerland
December 27, 2022Episode 7 Paper Is Paper
December 20, 2022Episode 6 February 31st
December 13, 2022Episode 5 Leeches
December 6, 2022Episode 4 Just Business
November 29, 2022Episode 3 Velveeta
November 22, 2022Episode 2 Four Geniuses

Best Welcome to Chippendales Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

November 22, 2022star8.0 259 votesS1E1 An Elegant, Exclusive Atmosphere
November 22, 2022star8.0 204 votesS1E2 Four Geniuses
December 27, 2022star8.0 129 votesS1E7 Paper Is Paper
December 6, 2022star7.8 141 votesS1E4 Just Business
December 13, 2022star7.8 134 votesS1E5 Leeches
November 29, 2022star7.7 166 votesS1E3 Velveeta
December 20, 2022star7.6 119 votesS1E6 February 31st
January 3, 2023star7.3 125 votesS1E8 Switzerland

Welcome to Chippendales Trailer

User Reviews

julieshotmail 6 January 2023

Watchseries; If you remember the grifter in "Nightmare Alley," a movie from 2021 starring Bradley Cooper, you will notice that grifter's life trajectory is pretty similar to Steve Banerjee's. From rags to riches, they both get too greedy for their own good, only causing their demise. It is very sad that some people don't know when to stop and just be grateful. When I start the first episode of "Welcome to Chippendales," I have no idea what it's about and who the actors are. But it is an extremely pleasant surprise that it is starred by four major powerhouses in their own right: my favorite Murray Bartlett who is outstanding in "The White Lotus," Juliette Lewis who is an Oscar nominee at 18 years old, comedian Kumail Nanjiani who apparently has very good dramatic acting chops, and the underrated Annaleigh Ashford. This series hits all of the right notes. It has very good production values, good eye candy, some humor, suspense, and the important moral lesson to be learned from the downward spiral of Steve Banjeree's greedy life, similar to the sad geeker/grifter in "Nightmare Alley."

julieshotmail 6 January 2023

If you remember the grifter in "Nightmare Alley," a movie from 2021 starring Bradley Cooper, you will notice that grifter's life trajectory is pretty similar to Steve Banerjee's. From rags to riches, they both get too greedy for their own good, only causing their demise. It is very sad that some people don't know when to stop and just be grateful. When I start the first episode of "Welcome to Chippendales," I have no idea what it's about and who the actors are. But it is an extremely pleasant surprise that it is starred by four major powerhouses in their own right: my favorite Murray Bartlett who is outstanding in "The White Lotus," Juliette Lewis who is an Oscar nominee at 18 years old, comedian Kumail Nanjiani who apparently has very good dramatic acting chops, and the underrated Annaleigh Ashford. This series hits all of the right notes. It has very good production values, good eye candy, some humor, suspense, and the important moral lesson to be learned from the downward spiral of Steve Banjeree's greedy life, similar to the sad geeker/grifter in "Nightmare Alley."

Headturner11 23 November 2022

Welcome to Chippendales watchseries. So far! How can I be the first review?!? I like things set in the 70s and 80s and this being that and a true story I decided to watch( even tho male dancers aren't my thing)! I watched the 2 episodes that have aired and I think it's decent. I like Kumail Nanjiani in some previous things I've seen him in. I get him confused with Nick Mohamed who's very funny. Juliet Lewis looked at first like she just had a small role but looks like she'll be a regular. Her looks change so drastically from thing to thing I didn't recognize her at first. Any ways I think I'm going to like it because its seems well done( so far) and I like that time era!

martytamu27 21 December 2022

The sets, costumes , and feel are 100% authentic. Amazing job Hulu. The casting is dead on perfect as well Murray Bartlett again, as he did in White Lotus, shines the brightest. Glad to see he has been noticed in Hollywood. But the story is one I had no idea of and didn't know how dark it was. Or the twists and turns it took. And I know this isn't 100% accurate. But that's not the point of the show. It's immensely engaging and entertaining. And the direction and pacing also are perfect. This is one of those seires that will end and leave one longing for more. But in this case there won't be. But enjoyable while it lasts.

mike_NY 27 November 2022

Sincere, likable, but oddly low energy reimagining of an extremely high energy moment in time. The ensemble cast is game but the entire enterprise is underproduced, low budget (I kept expecting to see the boom mic make an unscheduled appearance) and lacking versimilitude.

The series is lacking volume, scope, and velocity. There are not nearly enough extras in the big, set piece scenes and the club looks like it was filmed in somebody's basement. The cast never quite gels together yet they're appealing one on one. Nanjiani and Bartlett are very good, but it's not enough to sustain a season.

Ultimately, I wanted Boogie Nights but I got That 70s Show.

BlackEden 29 November 2022

I watched the most recent documentary about Chippendales, which made me interested in checking this show out to see how much it aligned.

There's a bunch of creative liberties, I'm sure, but the writing and acting seem to be on point. The show is pretty fast-paced in terms of how the club progressed compared to how the documentary laid it out, but I think it's because they want more time to develop the characters (so you are be able to see their good sides before you see their bad sides).

I'm super impressed by the accuracy of the costumes, hair/makeup and even the cinematography. They actually try to make it look like a show that was filmed back then with the filters and shooting styles (e.g. Slow pan ins from far away). If you're a film buff, you'll appreciate the subtleties.

I'm excited to see where this goes and hope it stays on track. I'm also hoping they give some time to develop storylines for some of the dancers, since in the documentary they had a lot of stories to tell - plus, it's always interesting to see from a different side of the business.

nomad01 17 January 2023

If I hadn't watched the documentary I'd probably have enjoyed it more. I don't get why so many characters had to be fictionalised. It's a fascinating story without adding fake people into the mix... and then making them so crucial to the plot. It's just stupid and lazy. And they left interesting characters out!

The last couple of episodes were short and feel tacked on. Again they're 75% fantasy.

Such a waste of genuine talent and good performances. Nanjani really gets to show off his dramatic chops here. Ashford plays his wife very well. Murray Bartlett makes a great Nick. It's just a pity they were t given a better script.

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