Dr. Chasseur wakes up locked in a cage. The latest victim is revealed. The missing Christina shows up at Letha's house. Shelley runs away. The vargulf's identity is finally affirmed to Peter, Roman, ...
While Peter is violently interrogated, Roman preps for his final procedure. Destiny recruits a man to help Peter cast out the vargulf before it's too late. An unexpected alliance forms when a threat ...
In season one, from episode to episode and scene to scene, Dr. Clementine Chasseur's USMC (US Marine Corps) tattoo moves randomly from her right to left upper bicep/shoulder. In some scenes on her left, others on her right, See more »
I'm not really in to making comparisons but this show sort of feels like Carnivale the way it's unfolding and telling you it's visual tale. There is some carnage, but it isn't as brutal as you would expect coming from Roth. Mostly it feels wonderfully strange, like a world you can't help but feel drawn in to. I've only watched the pilot so far, but I love that all the episodes are right there, one right after the next for immediate consumption! That is awesome. There is much going on below the surface and I can't wait to see how it unfolds. It's definitely a show worth watching. I'm looking forward to hopefully a second season, and more Netflix originals!
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