Created by and starring Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan, The Duchess on Netflix is a comedy-drama about a single mom. The series is set in London and follows Katherine as she juggles raising her tween daughter, building a career, and managing her relationship with her boyfriend. As if she does not have enough on her plate, she is also considering having a second child with her estranged and problematic partner.
Where to Watch The Duchess
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How Many Episodes Are in The Duchess?
There are six episodes in The Duchess. The runtime of the episode averages between 19-28 minutes. You can check the complete list of The Duchess episodes and their release date below.
- “Episode 1”: September 11, 2020
- “Episode 2”: September 11, 2020
- “Episode 3”: September 11, 2020
- “Episode 4”: September 11, 2020
- “Episode 5”: September 11, 2020
- “Episode 6”: September 11, 2020
What Are the Critics Saying About The Duchess?
The Duchess has an official critics rating of 65% and an average audience score of 50% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Lucy Mangan from The Guardian writes, “There’s a lot to like in The Duchess, not least the furious flow of jokes and unapologetic tone of it all (and of Katherine in particular). Proper retro-bitch points are due.”
The Holywood Reporter’s Robyn Bahr says, “At its worst, The Duchess is a disastrous Catastrophe copycat. At its best, it’s a deranged mother-daughter love story. But nothing can erase the stink lines radiating off this alleyway dumpster.”
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Is The Duchess Suitable for Kids?
The Duchess is rated TV-MA, which means it is meant for viewing by mature audiences only. The content material is not suitable for children under 17.