Moon Knight: Season 1

Moon Knight: Season 1

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Oscar Isaac leads this Marvel series about multiple identities who live inside a complex vigilante. Suffering from dissociative identity disorder, they find themselves thrust into a deadly war of the gods against the backdrop of modern and ancient Egypt.

2022Rating: MUSAMarvel Studios
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Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

The Goldfish Problem

Steven Grant, a mild-mannered man who works a mundane job,... More begins to suspect that his life may not be his own when an alter living inside him begins to emerge.

EPISODE 1.2

Summon the Suit

As Steven reels from the fact that his life may... More not be his own, a mysterious partner emerges from the past as a war of the gods looms on the horizon.

EPISODE 1.3

The Friendly Type

With Marc in the forefront and Harrow near Ammit’s tomb,... More Marc needs to navigate Cairo while putting his differences aside with Layla and Steven without jeopardizing their mission.

EPISODE 1.4

The Tomb

Marc & Steven trek the Siwa Desert with Layla to... More find Ammit’s tomb, but the threats ahead look to protect the goddess’ resting place.

EPISODE 1.5

Asylum

Marc & Steven search through their memories to find their... More truth or become left behind.

EPISODE 1.6

Gods and Monsters

With Layla tracking down Harrow, Marc, Steven, and Khonshu must... More return to Cairo to stop Ammit as she looks to threaten humanity once more.

Moon Knight: Season 1 | Reviews

Moon Knight’s a blast, expertly paced and entertaining - and gets hallucinatory and buzzy, too (not that you’re imagining Oscar Isaac’s wisecracking Englishness).

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

A must-see simply for what Oscar Isaac does in a fascinating dual performance.

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Slash Film

Slash Film

Oscar Isaac singlehandedly saves this MCU show.

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BBC

BBC

This Marvel show has no reason to exist...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

More successful as an Oscar Isaac acting exercise than a superhero thrill-ride.

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Variety

Variety

A refreshing change of course for Marvel...

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

(Moon Knight) is just plain, proudly bonkers. And rather brilliant at it.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

Yes, it's another Marvel spinoff series, but this one has wit and brains to go with the incredible CGI and explosive action scenes...

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Moon Knight dulls two stars (Isaac and Hawke) that should be lighting up the Marvel universe.

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NPR

NPR

Moon Knight plays out as an insular psychodrama involving (the multiple characters) played by Isaac, only one of which... is clearly defined enough to hold our interest.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

A boldly bonkers affair that manages to capture the same giddy joy imbued in Hawkeye and Loki.

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Paste

Paste

(Moon Knight) perfectly blends multiple genres... giving the series an eccentric vibe that audiences will love.

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Independent

Independent

Goofy, slapstick charm makes (Moon Knight) more fun than many of its predecessors...

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Financial Times

Financial Times

Moon Knight is so bewilderingly convoluted as to be almost invulnerable to spoilers. It is less immune, however, to criticisms of lacklustre scripting, tortuous plotting and pseudo-philosophical musings about human nature and identity.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

As a drama, it’s built entirely around the Isaac vs. Isaac cage match, which supplies fair to middling action and sentiment and consistently satisfying laughs.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

There's not enough character for a character study and not a clear enough plot for a satisfying thriller.

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We Got This Covered

We Got This Covered

Moon Knight is the best MCU Disney+ show to date...

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Moon Knight: Season 1 | Release Details

Moon Knight: Season 1 is available to stream in Australia now on Disney+.