Fists. Fury. Family. Three words that sum up the ten-part Kingdom'. Packed with bitter rivalries, secret grievances and blood-is-thicker-than-water loyalty, the show is an engrossing, thrilling and complex drama that unfolds in the world of Mixed Martial Arts. It's a realm of raw aggression and blunt brutality where the phrase no pain no gain becomes far more than just a clichÃ©. With a sprawling cast, multi-layered plots and beautifully choreographed fight scenes, Kingdom is set in a world where every day is a fight to make ends meet, where the struggle to pay the... rent can make criminals of people, and where dreams are forged in the dim light of diminishing hope. It makes for a sucker punch of a show that will have you coming back for more. [show more]
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All ten episodes from the first season of the American drama starring Frank Grillo. Retired MMA fighter and trainer Alvey Kulina (Grillo) runs the Navy St. Gym in Venice, California with his girlfriend Lisa (Kiele Sanchez). Struggling to keep their business afloat, it seems their only hopes of making money lie with Alvey's two fighting sons, promising youngster Nate (Nick Jonas) and troubled Jay (Jonathan Tucker), as well as the talented ex-convict, and Lisa's ex, Ryan (Matt Lauria). As Alvey schools his fighters in mixed martial arts, his life is further thrown into disarray by the arrival of his ex-wife Christina (Joanna Going). The episodes are: 'Set Yourself On Fire', 'Glass Eye', 'Piece of Plastic', 'Flowers', 'Eat Your Own Cooking', 'Please Refrain from Crying', 'Animator/Annihilator', 'The Gentle Slope', 'Cut Day' and 'King Beast'.