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American Gods Season 1 Episode 1 Review: The Bone Orchard

30 April 2017 7:15 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Adapting a book to screen isn't the easiest endeavor. Sometimes something gets lost in translation or viewers aren't as clued in as readers are in the same amount of time or readers find the adaptation lacking in some way.

There's nothing on American Gods Season 1 Episode 1 that disappoints. Nothing, whether it's down to the finer details straight from Neil Gaiman's excellent novel or additions that lend artistic backstory to kick things off, it's perfection.

The impressive cast slides beautifully into the now iconic roles created by Gaiman and Byan Fuller put his personal touch onto Gaiman's work so that imagining a future Gaiman production without Fuller's style might be the ultimate surprise.

There is a lot of material packed into "The Bone Orchard," and most of it is straight out of the book. It's ridiculously impressive how beautifully it translated to screen. Whether that could have been done without Fuller is debatable. »

- Carissa Pavlica

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Unarmed Grandfather Killed by Security Guard in His Own Neighborhood While Playing Pokémon Go

2 February 2017 10:17 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

A 60-year-old unarmed grandfather playing Pokémon Go near his home was killed last week by a security guard patrolling the area, following some kind of verbal altercation or possible language barrier, People confirms.

Jiansheng Chen was sitting in his minivan on Jan. 26 outside the community clubhouse at River Walk, his neighborhood in Chesapeake, Virginia, when a guard confronted him as he played the popular, Gps-based virtual reality game, according to Chesapeake police.

The River Walk homeowner’s association said in a statement that security is paid to patrol the community’s common areas, but a spokesman with the management company »

- KC Baker

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