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 ...
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, ...
The music is composed by Nathan Barr, the same composer forTrue Blood (2008). He's known for playing the majority of instruments heard in his compositions. See more »
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 »
Witty, spooky, moody, gory. What more could you want!
This show is a great addition to Netflix's stable of shows. Each episode is well written, with characters that are fully fleshed out. You care about what happens to the main characters and want to root for them. One reviewer mentioned that people don't really speak like they do in this show. Who cares! The witty dialog adds levity during some dark moments in the show and adds to the storyline and the dynamics between the characters. So few Networks create material for their Horror SciFi fans. If they do, the show usually lasts only 1 season. Bravo to Netflix for taking a chance on this show and posting the entire first season rather than making us wait each week for the next episode.
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