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Critic Reviews of "Tehran - Season 1"NPRSeptember 25, 2020
Tehran makes it clear that the Mossad is capable of unsavory violence, and it pointedly avoids reducing Iranians to monsters, carefully making a distinction between the people and their government.AV ClubSeptember 25, 2020
While it would've benefited from sharper storytelling and editing, Tehran still manages to pull off the daunting task of telling personal stories while looking at the long history of political tensions between two nations.Hollywood ReporterSeptember 25, 2020
The production is cold-feeling yet teeming with humanity, with the many urbanscapes particularly compelling in their persuasiveness. With its heart on its sleeve, Tehran's a better tragedy than it is a thriller - and perhaps intended that way.VarietySeptember 25, 2020
It's not that it's on the wrong side of a geopolitical conflict. It's that, emanating from outside the land it takes as its subject, it doesn't have enough on its mind to recognize one side of that conflict as truly real.Wall Street JournalSeptember 18, 2020
Improbable though it is as a spy story, Tehran maintains its suspense throughout, possibly because it's about more than spying. It's a tale that incorporates the drama of lost cultures and identities.Scroll.inSeptember 25, 2020
Suspenseful at its core, with hints of humour, a dose of emotion and fundamentally affecting, the series finally asks: who defines your identity, and what happens if you choose to question or change that?CBRSeptember 25, 2020
This nuanced view of the title city wrapped in a taut thriller makes Tehran an absorbing experience that offers more heft than the average spy thriller.Tell-Tale TVSeptember 25, 2020
Tehran makes for a solid thriller, but with an asterisk. It does what it sets out to do, and does them very well, but there's this feeling that the show is holding back.The SpoolSeptember 25, 2020
Tehran's greatest success is its exploration of the merciless spiral of modern intelligence work and the price of that spiral its practitioners pay.Hindustan TimesSeptember 25, 2020
Thrillingly plotted, empathetically told, and with the intelligence to handle volatile political themes with care, the new spy series from the writer of Fauda is another win for Apple TV+.HaaretzSeptember 24, 2020
An estrogen-charged Israeli thriller that has far more in common with Homeland than Lior Raz's Netflix bruiser Fauda.