Wayne: Season 1

Wayne: Season 1

Wayne: Season 1

Wayne, a no-crap-taking teenager, goes on the hunt for his recently-deceased father's stolen car in this violent and irreverent series. He's aided by his crush Del, who's of a similar anarchistic mindset.

2019USAPrime Video
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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

It’s more superficial in its pleasures than many of the films and series it resembles, relying on style, attitude and the performances of McKenna and Bravo to pull the audience along as Wayne and Del ride a dirt bike to Florida to recover his father’s stolen ’78 Trans Am. Fortunately, the leads are good, even if the dialect work by them and others (Dean Winters and Abigail Spencer pop up at various points as Del’s mom and dad) is a touch shaky.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Wayne will suffer more often than not, and this is not a limited series, but a potentially ongoing one. But when he’s happy, if just for an instant, the show lights up around him.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

Simmons’ thoughtful, engrossing, and altogether joyful new series carves its own path on the cold roads of America’s eastern seaboard. Whether you wanted more of “The End of the Fucking World” or not, seek this one out.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

It’s more superficial in its pleasures than many of the films and series it resembles, relying on style, attitude and the performances of McKenna and Bravo to pull the audience along as Wayne and Del ride a dirt bike to Florida to recover his father’s stolen ’78 Trans Am. Fortunately, the leads are good, even if the dialect work by them and others (Dean Winters and Abigail Spencer pop up at various points as Del’s mom and dad) is a touch shaky.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Wayne will suffer more often than not, and this is not a limited series, but a potentially ongoing one. But when he’s happy, if just for an instant, the show lights up around him.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

Simmons’ thoughtful, engrossing, and altogether joyful new series carves its own path on the cold roads of America’s eastern seaboard. Whether you wanted more of “The End of the Fucking World” or not, seek this one out.

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