Claws is an American comedy-drama television series that premiered on TNT on June 11, 2017.

On July 12, 2017, TNT is renewing for second season, which premiered on June 10, 2018. On July 2, 2018, it was announced for a renewed third season, set to air on June 9, 2019. A fourth season was announced on October 1, 2019, declared to be its final season.

The series also became avaliable on the streaming service Hulu on May 11, 2018; the second season was added on May 12, 2019, for streaming.


At the center is salon owner Desna (Nash), who lives with and cares for her mentally ill twin brother, Dean (Perrineau). Desna’s staff includes best friend Jennifer (Lyon), a tenuously sober ex-party girl raising two children from previous relationships; Quiet Ann (Reyes), Desna’s enigmatic driver who also provides security for the salon; Polly (Preston), a mild-mannered preppy who recently served time in prison for identity theft; and Virginia (Tran), who makes no effort to hide her boredom and impatience with her job. Adding chaos to the Nail Artisan mix is Roller (Kesy), a gangstered-out redneck who runs a barely legal pain clinic and uses Desna’s nail salon to launder the obscene profits; Bryce (Rankin), Jennifer’s husband who is also newly sober and trying to stay legit by working as an abundance coach; and Dr. Ken Brickman (Antoon), a bona fide doctor at a decidedly un-bona fide and illegal drug clinic.

Season OneEdit

One year after laudering money for the Dixie Mafia, the women of Nail Artisan of Manatee County strive to move away from the crime and migrate to a nail salon in Sarasota. Gifted less than promised and done with the neglect of her partner, Desna Simms lead her crew in a spiral to cover her tracks and burn the bridge to Uncle Daddy.

Season TwoEdit

Under the leadership of the Russians, Desna and the women are locked into finding themselves in the crime world, while the Dixie Mafia put forth an effort to rebuild themselves.

Season ThreeEdit

Acquiring the property of her former lover, Desna and the crew group against a duo adversary while running a fronting casino and a criminal organization of their own.


Main CastEdit

Recurring CastEdit



The series was originally ordered and planned to be a half-hour, single camera comedy for HBO on December 13, 2016. The production was picked up by TNT, given a season with 10 episodes and plotted as a comedy-drama television series.[4]


The filming took place in Westwego, New Orleans, and Sarasota.[5]




Behind the ScenesEdit


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