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The Alienist is an American period drama television series based on the 1994 novel of the same name by Caleb Carr. The ten-episode limited series[1][2] first aired on TNT as a sneak peek on January 21, 2018, before its official premiere on January 22, 2018, and ended on March 26, 2018.[3] The series stars Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans, and Dakota Fanning as an ad hoc team assembled in mid-1890s New York City to investigate a serial killer who is murdering street children. The series incorporates fact with fiction by including the characters that are historical figures, such as Theodore Roosevelt, who held the post of police commissioner from 1895 to 1897.[4] On August 16, 2018, TNT ordered a sequel series based upon the 1997 follow-up novel The Angel of Darkness.[5] The second season, titled The Alienist: Angel of Darkness, premiered on July 19, 2020.[6]

 The first season is set in 1896, when a series of gruesome murders of boy prostitutes has gripped New York City. Newly appointed police commissioner Teddy Roosevelt calls upon Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, a criminal psychologist and John Moore, a newspaper illustrator, to conduct the investigation in secret. Joining them in the probe is Sara Howard, Roosevelt's headstrong secretary, as well as twin brothers Marcus and Lucius Isaacson, both detective sergeants in the New York City Police Department (NYPD).
The team finds opposition within the NYPD, primarily from Captain Connor and the recently retired Chief Byrnes, both of whom are more committed to protecting the reputations of New York's high society than they are to finding the perpetrators of the crimes; as well as from the working poor and lower class citizens who distrust them for being outsiders.
In the second season, set a year later, Sara has opened her private detective agency. She, Kreizler, and now-New York Times reporter Moore team up to find the Spanish Consular's kidnapped infant daughter. Their investigation puts them on a path of another elusive killer, while showcasing institutional corruption, income inequality, yellow journalism, and the role of women in 1890s society. 

Cast

Main

  • Daniel Brühl as Laszlo Kreizler,[7] an alienist (or psychiatrist)[8] who has focused recently on children suffering from mental illnesses, called upon by his former Harvard classmate Theodore Roosevelt to try to understand the psychology behind grisly child murders. He is Hungarian and comes from a well-off family. He lives alone save for his maid, valet, and stable boy. He has a lame arm, and frequently seeks out the insight of former patients and criminals for help with his investigations and research.
  • Luke Evans as John Schuyler Moore,[7] a New York Times cartoonist and illustrator, as well as a society man who attended Harvard with Kreizler and Roosevelt. He lives with his grandmother, and is estranged from his father following the drowning death of his brother. He is handsome and charming, but is an alcoholic and frequenter of brothels, and remains unmarried after his fiancée left him for another man. Like Roosevelt, he has known Sara since she was young.
  • Brian Geraghty as Theodore Roosevelt (season 1),[9] the newly-appointed commissioner of the NYPD. He is portrayed as commanding respect from certain people, but remains malleable by society's most venerable as well as veteran NYPD officers. He attended Harvard with Kreizler and Moore, both of whom he calls upon to mount a secret, parallel investigation into the child murders. He employs Sara Howard as his secretary, having known her father, and thinks highly of her.
  • Robert Ray Wisdom as Cyrus Montrose,[10] Kreizler's valet whom he employed after testifying on Cyrus' behalf during a murder trial
  • Douglas Smith as Marcus Isaacson,[11] a young Jewish detective sergeant with the NYPD whom Roosevelt enlists to work with Kreizler, Moore, and Howard. He is Lucius' twin brother, and like his brother, is well versed in science and general crime scene investigation. He becomes involved with a Jewish socialist.
  • Matthew Shear as Lucius Isaacson,[12] Marcus' twin brother and another detective sergeant with the NYPD. He is much more cautious and restrained than Marcus, and eager to utilize the latest scientific techniques to solve crimes.
  • Q'orianka Kilcher as Mary Palmer (season 1),[10] Kreizler's maid. Like Cyrus, she was taken in by Kreizler after she was acquitted for murder. She is mute and uses sign language to communicate, and has an affection for Kreizler.
  • Matt Lintz (season 1) and Dominic Herman-Day (season 2) as Stevie Taggert,[13] a youthful ward and stable boy of Kreizler's who often assists Cyrus, and gets involved in the team's investigation
  • Dakota Fanning as Sara Howard,[14] a young society woman who becomes Roosevelt's secretary and the first woman employed by the NYPD. She spent time in a sanitarium after the death of her father, whom Roosevelt and Moore both knew. She is composed and determined to not allow her male colleagues to disparage her. She gets involved with the team as a liaison between Roosevelt and Kreizler and Moore. By the start of the second season, she has left the NYPD and opened her own private detective agency. The character is loosely based upon the story of Isabella Goodwin, New York's first female detective.[15]
  • Rosy McEwen as Libby Hatch (season 2)[16]
  • Melanie Field as Bitsy Sussman (season 2)[16]

Recurring

  • Ted Levine as Thomas F. Byrnes,[11] a retired police chief who steers Connor toward protecting the rich and wealthy from being persecuted for their crimes and indiscretions
  • Martin McCreadie as Doyle, a police sergeant who works with Connor and is promoted to captain following his departure from the NYPD

Guest

Introduced in season 1

  • David Wilmot as Captain Connor,[17] an Irish police officer who dislikes Roosevelt and who tries to subvert the team's investigations at every possible turn
  • Antonio Magro as Paul Kelly,[18] a mobster who runs a brothel frequented by high society men
  • Jackson Gann as Joseph,[19] a young boy who works at a brothel and who endears himself to Moore
  • Michael Ironside as J.P. Morgan, a financier and banker. He uses Connor and Byrnes as his muscle to enforce protecting his fellow members of high society.
  • Sean Young as Mrs. Van Bergen, the matriarch of the fictional van Bergen family. She is generally unperturbed by rumors about her son's actions, but nonetheless is compelled by Byrnes to take action to protect him.
  • Josef Altin as Willem Van Bergen, a young man who preys on prepubescent boys. He suffers from syphilis.
  • Peter McRobbie as William Lafayette Strong, the mayor of New York City from 1895 to 1897. He echoes Morgan and Byrnes' concerns for the city's upper crust.
  • Bill Heck as John Beechum, a former Plains resident now living in New York

 
 
 

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