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Former Avenger Clint Barton has a seemingly simple mission: get back to his family for Christmas. Possible? Maybe with the help of Kate Bishop, a 22-year-old archer with dreams of becoming a superhero. The two are forced to work together when a presence from Barton’s past threatens to derail far more than the festive spirit.

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Die 10 Beste Folgen von Hawkeye

Hawkeye - S1E5

#1 - Ronin


Staffel 1 - Folge 5

After a fallout between Clint and Kate, the younger archer is ready to abandon her dream of becoming a hero. Meanwhile, a guilt-ridden Clint prepares to go face-to-face with the Tracksuit mafia, owning up to past actions. Everything changes, however, when Kate makes a surprising discovery.

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Hawkeye - S1E4

#2 - Partners, Am I Right?


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Secrets are revealed and hard truths emerge, culminating in a battle against two opposing forces.

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Hawkeye - S1E3

#3 - Echoes


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After narrowly escaping the Tracksuits and their daunting leader Maya Lopez, Clint and Kate work together to find answers. With each step they take, however, they find themselves sliding deeper into a rapidly growing criminal conspiracy.

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Hawkeye - S1E2

#4 - Hide and Seek


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Clint has to help Kate disentangle herself from the Tracksuit mafia and a real-life murder mystery.

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Hawkeye - S1E1

#5 - Never Meet Your Heroes


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Archer Kate Bishop lands in the middle of a criminal conspiracy, forcing Hawkeye out of retirement.

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Letzte Aktualisierung: Jan 24, 2022



we love to see another queen join the MCU.


Even with the soapy melodrama, occasional bad acting and a considerably lower budget (probably 2% of the budget of this show per episode): _Arrow_ managed to create better characters and more visceral, memorable and coherent action scenes in its first 2 seasons compared to this show. I’ll even go as far to say that it looks better, despite using incredibly basic set ups and filmmaking techniques. Getting Hailee Steinfeld was a great choice, but her character isn’t leaving a very strong or likable impression. In comparison, Joss Whedon managed to make you care about Clint’s character within 15 minutes of screentime. Well, enough to make you care as a side character. Moreover, this feels like a studio giving their impression of a Marvel Netflix show, like _Daredevil_ or _Jessica Jones_, but it doesn’t understand what makes those shows good. It’s so tame and uninspired. It seems to aim for 80’s cheese at points, but even those old action movies had some bite to them (despite how silly they could get). The comedy is mostly flat out lame and cringy, with the role playing scene probably being the lowest low of the entire MCU so far. The recent Marvel projects have had such a weird shift in terms of comedy. They used to be great at making mass product films that were at least a little bit clever and subversive. It’s no surprise that a lot of people who worked on _Community_ also work behind the scenes at Marvel. It’s like they fired those writers after phase 3 ended, and hired the _Friends_ team instead. Their quality control is spreading very thin.


Decent start so far. The ground work was made for what could be something really great. I love that they’re addressing the wear in tear being a hero can have on just a regular guy like Clint. I’m also a sucker for seeing big events through the lens of pedestrians. Introducing Echo in red lighting can’t be a coincidence can it???


it's not that bad if you don't know the source material, but kate bishop is my favorite comic character and fraction's hawkeye is incredible and compared to that, this falls short


Just finished the first two episodes (I seriously dislike episodic releases, I will probably wait until the whole season drops before I watch the rest). Initial impressions - interesting characters, great chemistry between Clint and Kate (they are perfect foils for each other), great fight scenes (they’ve given Kate the Black Widow’s signature move). Lots of action. Lots of fun. Love the dog. Based on the first two episodes, I’m giving this series an 8 (great) out of 10. [Superhero Action Adventure]


[spoiler]This Dog remind me Nick Fury[/spoiler]


Cause no one ever shouted "Help me hawkeye!" That being said I like the actors.


More trash from Kevin Feige. All of the auxiliary characters are poorly acted and annoying feel bad for Jeremy Renner for being roped into this series.


Much better than Loki. Jeremy and Hailey are good together and much better acting at least. Definitely recommend.


i like the show so funny and easy to follow


Marvel need to start paying David Aja and given that his influence over the series is absolutely everywhere, it's criminal that he hasn't been yet.


M-SHE-U missed out on a good opportunity to have Hawkeye train Bishop and or have Hawkeye pass the tourch and fight alongside as Ronan. But no we all about replacing the White male leads.


Disappointed in that it feels scripted and stiff. Terrible idea of Ronin as a person. A or the Ronin - The Disgraced Japanese Samurai. A Ronin was a samurai without a lord or master during the feudal period of Japan. A samurai became masterless upon the death of his master or after the loss of his master's favor or privilege. The whole idea seems to be reaching for something but not sure how this all works as a theme. Maybe trying to make a vigilante from whole cloth is asking too much. I won' t watch this "want to be" Marvel series from Disney Studios. God Bless Stan Lee a true creator.


Just another show about rich people that can afford rent. So boring.


**Series Review** Welp, I just finished "Hawkeye"! What do I think? It's a mixed bag. The first two episodes were pretty forgettable, but the next three were good. The finale didn't stick the landing, but it's okay. Episodes 1 and 2 were fine. At the start, Clint saved child Kate! It was an awesome idea! But since they didn't interact, the potential was wasted. Afterwards, the show kept both leads separate for the entire time! While Kate was engaging with the plot—which happened for no reason—Clint had more character moments but less screen time. The action also sucked: it was poorly choreographed and overly edited. Episodes 1 and 2 were a rocky start, so I had little faith in the series. Then, Episode 3 changed everything—it was fun! It started with a villain backstory—after introducing them in the previous episode—and gave more representation to deaf/hard of hearing people. It's dealt with tact and empathy too. There's a scene where Clint can't hear his son on the phone, so Kate writes what his son's saying so Clint can respond. It's so bittersweet when he says, >Clint: "So happy to hear your voice." Since we know he can't. The episode's quite fun too! In a long take, Kate fires trick arrows, Kate talks to a deaf Clint, and the best gag in the series involves a USB. Episode 3 is solid! Episode 4 rolled around and continued what Episode 3 started. After bonding with Kate—what an adorable montage—Clint reveals his motivations; why he's doing what he's doing. He calls himself a weapon, and because he was a weapon in the past, he takes responsibility. So after Kate almost dies, he tells her to get lost, so nobody else gets hurt because of him. Episode 4 is worth watching too! Then we return to mediocrity. Florence Pugh's scene with Kate was awesome. Not only did she question Kate's relationship with Clint, but also what it means to be an "Avenger". Characters throw the word around a lot. And it means a lot outside the MCU, but what does it mean in *this* universe? But then Clint asks for forgiveness like he's about to do something bad, but then he doesn't. So, what gives? Episode 5 sadly drops the ball. Episode 6 doesn't pick it up either. Yelena decides not to kill Clint because he knew her so well? At first, she calls him a liar but then believes him because he knew Natasha so well (which she probably knew?). Even if you think it's this heartfelt, empathetic moment, there are no clashing ideologies here. Then, after Clint tells Kate to stay away, she fights alongside him, no questions asked. And Kate's mum reveals she was pushed into a hard place and had to do bad stuff because she had no choice, and Kate just let the police lock her up! While the episode plays it like it's nuanced, it's too black and white. Also, Kingpin is gone as soon as he arrived? The show forgot about Jack? Is Kate Hawkeye now (not that I'm complaining)? Anyway, "Hawkeye" is a mixed series. It's fun, sometimes empathetic and tact with its representation, but it ultimately gives into mindless action scenes, lip service and dropping its many interesting character arcs. Still, I'm glad I saw something with my mum *and* dad. **7/10**


Honestly this show was okay. Started off pretty mediocre but got better from Episode 3 onwards. I have mixed feelings on the ending of this show and the return of Kingpin. I felt like Yelena forgiving Clint happened weirdly. It's like she denied everything he said about Natasha until a point, and then she believed him for some reason. Very odd. Also Kingpin felt off to me in the finale. The characterisation he received in Daredevil was leagues better then what he got here. In this show he just seemed like a generic bad guy boss. Also I really hope he didn't die at the end cause if he did, what a waste of his character! Overall this show felt like the weakest of any MCU show we got this year. It had its moments, but there was also a lot of messy plot points and character arcs. On that note however, I do look forward to seeing Kate Bishop in future MCU projects. Her and Clint's relationship was the highlight of this show for me.


Honestly, how could this fail? Two of the fasted rising stars (Hailee Steinfeld and Florence Pugh), the weight of the Marvel Universe behind it (Kevin Feige’s vision and Marvel’s course corrections in balancing humour, action and superheroes) and the growing power of the television format to maximize storylines. This was another winner. The only holdbacks for me were the one toned performance of Jeremy Renner and the weakness of a credible threat. I give this series an 8 (great) out if 10. [Superhero Action Adventure]


It was kind of unexpected for me how much I enjoyed it. I had really low expectations (because Hawkeye), but I think this is one of my favorite MCU-shows thus far. It's not that big in scale, which helps a lot. The dynamic between Kate and Clint is great and Yelena is awesome. I just had fun with this, it has great humor most of the time. Nothing unexpected or stuff that made me fall of my chair laughing, but just a fun, action-packed show. Also, love the Christmas-setting; move aside Iron Man 3!


The conversation about how branding should be sincere & the MCU is selling inspiration is gonna be the last thing rattling in my brain before death. The acting was good though


Kingpin's "Mind you own bussiness" is probably the only good thing this show has. Why do all these shows rely on "guess who's the real big bad" twist for its conclusion. Just make a compelling series with a clear villain from the start and develop that, Jesus. I just don't know how people can be hyped for characters they are not familiar with. I guess some of the hype is created by media buzz to tell you "hey, this is actually a great thing!"


Maybe because I had no expectations, this ended up to be a pleasant surprise. I loved it very much and if anyone loves the MCU should give this a watch.


_Hawkeye_, a superhero show that is fun and enjoyable, but when compared to other superhero shows from the MCU, this series does not provide a shock effect or something that makes the audience's eyes widen.


Show is decent overall, but also has some unnecessary weakpoints.


It didn't hit me until the last episode but this series also introduces the Swordsman character, Jack Duquesne (Jacques Duquesne in the comics). In the comics this character was the one who first trained Hawkeye and they've always had a connection.


Best Marvel Disney+ show to date! Takes the elongated Marvel movie but fits the best in the episodic format without feeling dragged out. Keeps the stakes low but feels bigger than most of the other recent Marvel releases, with fun surprises and cameos throughout. The Christmas setting really helps as well.


Can I pretty please get a Kate & Yelena series? Their chemistry is by far the best part of this show. Loved it.


Well, I am not a Marvel Fan as such and I certainly don't read the comics. I watched about 90 % of the movies but they became more and more tedious for me. I just mention this so you better understand my comment. I watch the Marvel shows because they are on Disney. Simple as that. Some I liked (Wanda and Falcon), some I didn't (Loki) and this one is kind of in nowhere-land. Started well and I hoped it would make the character of Hawkeye more interesting. It didn't, and after the first couple of episodes I liked it less and less. The story just didn't make me care for anything that happened on screen. And the humor and awkwardness that nowadays seems to be a must-have doesn't sit well with me either. What some percieve as funny are roll-eyes-moments for me I could live without. There were no real highlights and I really didn't like Kate Bishop. Bringing back Kingpin only made me realize how much I would love to have had another Daredevil season. Since this shows main purpose is to be a precursor for upcoming movies I might not even watch, it is entirely possibly I am not getting the point of them. Maybe they don't work as stand alone because they are not supposed to. And because of that maybe I should not watch another. I am not ripping them of or calling them awful but that's my point of view.

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