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Claws
Claws logo.png
Genre Drama
Created by Eliot Laurence
Starring
Composer(s) Jeff Rona
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 11 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Location(s) New Orleans
Production company(s)
Distributor Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original network TNT
Original release June 11, 2017 (2017-06-11) – present
External links
Website

Claws is an American drama television series that premiered on TNT on June 11, 2017.[1] The series was ordered for a first season containing 10 episodes on December 13, 2016, and was originally developed as a half-hour, single-camera comedy for HBO.[2] Set in Palmetto, Florida, the series is mostly filmed in New Orleans.[3] On July 12, 2017, TNT renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on June 10, 2018.[4][5]

Plot[edit]

Five manicurists at the Nail Artisan salon of Manatee County, Florida enter the traditionally male world of organized crime when they begin laundering money for a neighboring pain clinic.[6]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Niecy Nash as Desna Simms: the owner of Nail Artisans, a nail salon in Manatee County, Florida, and an associate of the Husser family. She launders money for one of their most profitable pill mills, so she can save up and buy a better salon. She was in a somewhat reluctant relationship with Roller Husser, but when he withholds some of her earnings, she and his mistress Virginia attempt to kill him. It is later revealed that Desna and her brother Dean spent their childhoods with abusive foster parents, explaining why she's so determined to build a life for herself. She eventually gets permission to leave the mob, but is subsequently forced to continue laundering money for the Russian mafia.
  • Carrie Preston as Polly Marks: a redheaded South Carolinian and one of the salon's manicurists. A former professional con artist, pathological liar and skilled burglar, she only recently made parole for running a Social Security fraud scheme. Her relationship with Desna is one of absolute loyalty; she even threatens Virginia with a knife when she nearly implicates Desna in Roller's "death". She also forms a motherly bond with Marnie, an adolescent girl seeking to escape her own neglectful mother, who is trying to force Marnie into prostitution.
  • Judy Reyes as Quiet Ann: the salon's lookout, doorman, and Desna's muscle on occasion. She is openly lesbian, but has difficultly balancing her relationships with her role in the mafia, especially when she falls for a police detective investigating the salon..
  • Karrueche Tran as Virginia Loc: a former prostitute for Uncle Daddy and Roller's mistress. After Polly is arrested, Roller forces Desna to hire Virginia in her place, but Desna throws her out in disgust after suspecting that Virginia was the one who told him about the arrest. Eventually, Virginia is accepted when she shoots Roller to defend Desna and proves her willingness to master the manicurist's trade. Later, she becomes pregnant after having sex with Dean.
  • Jenn Lyon as Jennifer Husser: Desna's oldest friend, right-hand woman, and Bryce's wife, with whom she has two daughters. Having already lost more than a few relatives to the consequences of organized crime, she is adamant that Bryce not be part of his family's criminal business, but he does so nonetheless, causing a rift to form between her and Desna. When her family is absorbed by the Russians, she manages to keep her position at the salon thanks to Desna vouching on her behalf.
  • Jack Kesy as Roller Husser: Clay's nephew, Desna's off & on lover and a high-powered drug dealer whose supposed death in the first episode triggers conflict between the Hussers and Desna's salon. It is later revealed that he is alive, having been imprisoned by a woman as her sex slave. He escapes and rejoins his family, but when his dealings with the Russians are exposed, he and his brother and uncle are forced to work for them.
  • Kevin Rankin as Bryce Husser: Jennifer's husband and Roller's brother, who joins the Dixie Mafia to get justice for Roller's death and takes over his narcotics racket, though he is struggling to control his own addiction. When Roller unexpectedly returns, the two clash over his success. Bryce is subsequently forced to relinquish control of his business to the Russians when they absorb the Husser family.
  • Jason Antoon as Ken Brickman: a shady medical doctor who runs one of the Husser family's pill mills. He suffers from emotional instability stemming from his failed marriage, but ends up finding a potential new romance with Polly.
  • Harold Perrineau as Dean Simms: Desna's autistic brother whom she takes care of. He takes up bodybuilding as a hobby following Roller's "death", and falls in love with Virginia, one of his sister's associates.
  • Dean Norris as Clay "Uncle Daddy" Husser: Bryce's and Roller's uncle and the ruthless head of the Husser crime family. After the latter disappears, he starts grooming the former to succeed him, but realizes too late that Roller's actions have put the family into deep debt with the Russians. Stripped of his independence, he turns to the Haitian mob for assistance.
  • Jimmy Jean-Louis as Gregory Ruval (recurring season 1, starring season 2): Desna's love interest, whose role in the Haitian mafia is unknown to Desna.[7]
  • Suleka Mathew as Arlene Branch (recurring season 1, starring season 2): Quiet Ann's girlfriend and a detective.

Recurring[edit]

  • Franka Potente as Zlata Ostrovsky (season 2): the newly reformed, former black sheep daughter of a powerful Russian mob family who does business in Florida.[8]
  • Sheryl Lee Ralph as Matilde Ruval (season 2): the Haitian mother of Gregory.[9]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2017)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
1 1 "Tirana" Nicole Kassell Eliot Laurence June 11, 2017 (2017-06-11) U11.10045 1.18[10]
In Manatee County, manicurist Desna Simms launders money from selling painkillers for her boyfriend Roller, the nephew of Dixie Mafia boss Clay "Uncle Daddy" Husser, through her Nail Artisans salon in order to save up for buying a newer one. She also uses the money to take care of her mentally disabled brother, Dean. One of her colleagues, Polly, has just been paroled for fraud and cannot join the girls later that evening (though she later arrives anyway) when they go to a New Year's Day celebration at Clay's strip club. Pleased with Roller's success as a dealer, Clay gives him a larger cut of the profits. Upon discovering that hers is much smaller by compairison, Desna confronts Roller, but he refuses to help her. Furthermore, he insists that she fire Polly and permanently replace her with his mistress Virginia, who Desna regards as nothing more than a freeloading whore. Instead, she and her crew assault Virginia and publicly humiliate her. The stress convinces her to split her cut with the girls, and, during a later visit to Roller to thread his eyebrows, she tries to drown him. He survives and starts to choke Desna, but is subsequently shot dead by Virginia.
2 2 "Funerary" Howard Deutch Eliot Laurence June 18, 2017 (2017-06-18) U13.12752 1.20[11]
Desna and Virginia set Roller's body adrift and fake a shootout to cover up his murder. Unbeknownst to them, the boat strands on the nearby coast and the police find the remains. When Desna goes to get Virginia the next day, the latter vanishes. Jenn's husband Bryce, a life coach who also has ties to the mafia, informs the other girls that Roller, his younger brother, is missing. When the teen girls she volunteers with ask about her conviction, Polly lies and claims she used to run a prostitution ring rather than admit the truth. Clay summons Desna to a meeting and asks her to find Virginia, who has vanished. She finds her living out of a dirty motel and convinces her to return. Clay offers Bryce the chance to run his pill mills, but Jenn asks him to turn it down. Desna learns that the salon she wants to buy is no longer willing to sell, on account of an incident where Dr. Brickman disrupted the salon's working day. During Roller's funeral, a battered Virginia bursts in claiming someone tried to kill her.
3 3 "Quicksand" Jamie Travis Eliot Laurence June 25, 2017 (2017-06-25) U13.12753 1.07[12]
Virginia spins a story about "Roller's killers" abducting and messing with her, angering Desna since doing so has made Clay more suspicious. Dean, still distraught by Roller's death, becomes increasingly worried for his sister's life. Desna's agent, Mandy, ditches her as a client after the deal seemingly falls through for good. When Chip (Elvis Nolasco), a detective with the Palmetto PD, (who also happens to be an enforcer for the Hussers) comes by to check Virginia's story, Desna places a fake witness to back her up. Bryce agrees to temporarily take over Roller's operation, under Desna's supervision. Dr. Brickman's instability grows worse after learning that his ex-wife is remarrying, and Bryce gets distracted, allowing a thief to steal the clinic's entire supply of pills. The girls take Mandy and some other clients on a drinking spree, during which Desna learns of the robbery as well as Clay's insistence that she and Bryce repay the $88,000 they now owe him for the loss of the pills. However, the theft turns out to be part of a plan to fully bring Bryce into the Dixie Mafia.
4 4 "Fallout" Victoria Mahoney Janine Sherman Barrois July 2, 2017 (2017-07-02) U13.12754 1.24[13]
Desna suffers another recurring nightmare about being abused by Roller. Polly's old friend Sally (who she once conned under the identity of a rich trophy wife named "Heather") visits the salon, and Polly lies and claims she's conducting research for a novel. Clay calls in Desna's debt, but allows her to repay it in installments of $500. She comes up with a plan to increase sales at the clinic in order to free herself from his grip. Clay also asks Virginia to identify a suspect in Roller's death and then executes him, forcing the girls to clean up the murder scene and traumatizing Bryce by having him take part in the man's dismemberment. Polly ditches the others to spend more time with Sally (Gina Torres), who offers her the chance to move into her guest house, but she is quickly exposed as a fraud when her ankle monitor goes off and Sally spots an inconsistency in her cover story. Desna's efforts raise enough to cover all but $15,000 of the debt, which Polly collects by blackmailing Sally. Desna learns that Clay has put a hit on Dr. Brickman, who gets thrown out of his ex-wife's engagement party after showing up drunk. Before Desna arrives, Bryce abducts Brickman and drives off with him.
5 5 "Bats**t" Howard Deutch Janine Sherman Barrois July 9, 2017 (2017-07-09) U13.12755 1.19[14]
With Jenn's help, Desna tracks Bryce to a remote swamp. At the last second, they persuade him to spare the doctor's life. While visiting the new salon, Desna is alerted by a neighbor that Dean is vandalizing a billboard featuring their old, abusive foster parents. The other girls suggest that Desna is enabling Dean's behavior, and that the new salon is a poor choice. At a meeting, the Hussers indirectly accuse Virginia of lying to them. When she and Desna argue afterwards, Polly takes it upon herself to intimidate Virginia and remind her to keep her mouth shut. Dean gets Desna to help him confront their foster parents and later reveals that he was raped as a child. Recognizing how the situation is making him more unstable, Desna has Polly plant evidence framing them as Roller's killers. Desna learns from Mandy that another salon has made an offer. The mafia executes a hit on the foster parents, with Bryce acting as the triggerman and committing his first set of murders. Roller, having survived his "death", wakes up to find himself the prisoner of a strange woman.
6 6 "Self-Portrait" Tricia Brock Leila Gerstein July 16, 2017 (2017-07-16) U13.12756 1.25[15]
Desna confers with Virginia and Polly, making it clear that Jenn must never learn the truth behind Bryce's actions. Roller's abductor reveals that she sees him as her soul mate and intends to trap him there forever. Desna decides to fire all of the manicurists at her new salon; in retaliation, they flood it and leave the girls with thousands of dollars worth of repairs to make. As an incentive to keep him in the family, Clay offers Bryce a new mansion. After being denied the chance to participate in the NailPalm tournament, Virginia ditches the girls and returns to prostitution. Desna meets Dr. Gregory Ruval (Jimmy Jean-Louis), a gynecologist who she starts to date but ends up ditching twice. After a last-minute substitution with Virginia for an injured Jenn, Nail Artisans goes on to win the tournament and the $15,000 prize. Roller manages to contact Clay, but is soon forced to drop the call. Jenn discovers the truth about the murder of Desna's foster parents from Dean.
7 7 "Escape" Shira Piven Bruce Rasmussen July 23, 2017 (2017-07-23) U13.12757 1.27[16]
Dean prepares to go on a trip with Virginia, upsetting Desna as she fears Virginia will break his heart. Polly takes her teenage neighbor Marnie in after her mother is incarcerated. Desna asks Toby, Clay's transgender muse, to run Nail Artisans in her place so she can begin to cut her mob ties. Jenn quits her post at the salon on account of her newfound wealth, but also because she can no longer trust Desna. Ann's new girlfriend (and Chip's partner), Arlene Branch, encourages her to be more open about her feelings. Dean punches a man after he insults Virginia. A team of gunmen break into the mansion where Roller is being held and confirm his survival. After Dean is chosen as a performance artist's new model, Virginia gives him his first kiss and later has sex with him. At an anniversary party for Clay, Jenn angrily tries to choke Desna before Ann stops her. Drunk, she then fantasizes telling Bryce the truth, but ultimately decides not to. Desna finally asks Clay to release her from service to the mafia, and he agrees. Virginia happens to spot Roller at an arthouse just before the gunmen subdue his captor and rescue him.
8 8 "Teatro" Nicole Kassell Maisha Closson July 30, 2017 (2017-07-30) U13.12758 1.59[17]
Roller visits the salon with signs of amnesia, not remembering that Virginia shot him. Fearing the potential repercussions, Desna and the girls agree to return him to the Hussers. Overjoyed, Clay arranges for a special "white party" to celebrate his return. During lunch, Roller asks to go to Desna's house, and they have sex. The next morning, he catches her kissing Ruval, forcing Desna to lie about their past relationship. Bryce's success as a dealer incurs jealousy in Roller, and at the party, a fight nearly breaks out between them. Ken and Polly also end up having sex. Two Russian mobsters to whom Roller owes money demand it back, and he pretends to regain his memory, claiming that they were his attackers. Desna finds evidence that Roller embezzled money from the clinic to pay the Russians. When his request to attack them is denied, Roller ends up fighting Bryce before Clay breaks it up. The head of the Russian mob, Riva, confirms that Roller is in her pocket. When Desna confronts him, Roller abducts her at gunpoint.
9 9 "Ambrosia" Marta Cunningham Jeff Augustin August 6, 2017 (2017-08-06) U13.12759 1.34[18]
A series of flashbacks show Roller's first meeting with the girls, Polly's arrest for fraud, and Roller and Desna's growing romance; in the present, Roller explains his plan to clean out the mafia's accounts and frame Desna. She manages to pass along a code word to Polly before retrieving the money. Ann finds Arlene's files on Desna during a hookup. Bryce asks Clay to request approval for a strike on the Russians. Desna manages to puncture one of Roller's tires, forcing them to pull over for repairs. When a cop comes by, he refuses to help on account of being on the Hussers' payroll. Ann struggles between her love for Arlene and the need to protect Desna. Clay's patron Ted (Michael Emerson) is accidentally killed while visiting the club, and he hides the body in the club's freezer. Ann drugs Arlene, getting her arrested for DUI. As a final wish, Desna gives Dean her blessing to marry Virginia. Roller also reveals that Clay, not him, took the money Desna was owed. Polly figures out the meaning of Desna's code, just as Roller arrives to make the drop at an abandoned amusement park. He ends up killing the Russians and prepares to kill Desna as well, but she escapes.
10 10 "Avalanche" Howard Deutch Eliot Laurence August 13, 2017 (2017-08-13) U13.12760 1.57[19]
The girls reach the park in time to save Desna from Roller, but soon realize that Jenn and her girls are in danger. The Russians declare war on the Husser family, killing Clay's wife Juanda (Dale Dickey) and abducting one of Bryce's daughters. Desna finds Jenn with another man and informs her of the situation. Riva explains that Roller had a child with her niece, which explains why he'd been making payments to them. The Hussers get into a brawl before making up, and Clay concedes that the only way out of the crisis is to have Desna negotiate with the Russians. Marnie arrives at the salon looking for a place to stay, but Polly turns her away. Desna offers to give the Russians half of the family's revenue, despite not having Clay's permission. Polly catches Marnie's mother trying to sell her as a prostitute and buys her freedom with Ken's help. Clay approves the deal, but Riva changes her terms: complete control of the family's businesses in return for Roller's life. After a brief standoff, the Hussers and their associates are taken away to be put into service for the Russians, while Desna cuts a deal to continue laundering money on their behalf, on the condition that she returns to her old salon. Virginia discovers that she is pregnant. Desna gives Jenn the chance to take ownership of her other salon, but she and the others refuse to leave and vow to stay by her side until the end. The Hussers meet with their former rivals, the Haitians, to discuss plans for an alliance.

Season 2 (2018)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title [20] Directed by Written by Original air date [20] Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
11 1 "Shook" Marta Cunningham & Dale Stern Eliot Laurence June 10, 2018 (2018-06-10) U13.13151 1.32[21]
The Hussers continue to defy Desna's efforts to control them; Riva orders her to start running cocaine out of their strip club, to Clay's displeasure. Dean figures out that Virginia is pregnant. Riva's younger sister Zlata arrives from Georgia on a book tour. When Clay does not move the coke as promised, Desna and her girls go to pick it up from the cutting house; Riva arrives to berate them, but is then killed by Zlata for insulting her. Zlata takes over and recruits Ann and Virginia to hire male strippers for the club, with Polly training them. With Desna's help, Zlata then puts the Hussers in their place by showing Bryce a video of Jenn cheating on him and setting fire to Clay's mansion. She then forces Roller to marry her daughter Olga at gunpoint. Zlata also informs Desna that she will be giving her Jenn's house as a gift, as a sign that she is valued more than her girls.
12 2 "Cracker Casserole"[22] Dale Stern Janine Sherman Barrois June 17, 2018 (2018-06-17) TBA TBD
13 3 "Russian Navy" Cheryl Dunye Rick Cleveland June 24, 2018 (2018-06-24) TBA TBD
14 4 "Scream" Billie Woodruff Maisha Closson July 1, 2018 (2018-07-01) TBA TBD
15 5 "Vaginalologist" TBA TBA July 8, 2018 (2018-07-08) TBA TBD
16 6 "Double Dutch" TBA TBA July 15, 2018 (2018-07-15) TBA TBD
17 7 "Burn" TBA TBA July 22, 2018 (2018-07-22) TBA TBD
18 8 "Crossroads" TBA TBA July 29, 2018 (2018-07-29) TBA TBD

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The first season of Claws has received mostly positive reviews. On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the series has an approval rating of 79% based on 29 reviews, with an average rating of 6.69/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Well-acted, visually impressive, and energetically paced, Claws leaves a mark with a strong first season that hints at even greater potential."[23] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 64 out of 100 based on 21 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[24] Variety described the show as aesthetically captivating but with weak storytelling.[25]

Ratings[edit]

Season 1 (2017)[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Tirana" June 11, 2017 0.4 1.18[10] 0.3 N/A 0.7[26] N/A
2 "Funerary" June 18, 2017 0.4 1.20[11] 0.5 0.99 0.9 2.19[27]
3 "Quicksand" June 25, 2017 0.4 1.07[12] 0.5 1.06 0.9 2.13[28]
4 "Fallout" July 2, 2017 0.5 1.24[13] N/A N/A N/A N/A
5 "Bats**t" July 9, 2017 0.4 1.19[14] N/A N/A N/A N/A
6 "Self-Portrait" July 16, 2017 0.5 1.25[15] 0.4 1.04 0.9 2.29[29]
7 "Escape" July 23, 2017 0.5 1.27[16] 0.4 1.08 0.9 2.35[30]
8 "Teatro" July 30, 2017 0.6 1.58[17] N/A N/A N/A N/A
9 "Ambrosia" August 6, 2017 0.5 1.34[18] 0.6 1.28 1.1 2.62[31]
10 "Avalanche" August 13, 2017 0.6 1.57[19] 0.4 1.13 1.0 2.70[32]

Season 2 (2018)[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Shook" June 10, 2018 0.5 1.32[21] TBD TBD TBD TBD

Accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Niecy Nash Nominated
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Janine Sherman Barrois Won [33]
Satellite Awards Best Musical or Comedy Series Claws Nominated
Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Series Niecy Nash Won

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