Damien consults an old friend about Rutledge's intentions, as Simone turns to the Church for answers. Detective Shay gets an unexpected visitor and after a mysterious death, Rutledge gains Damien's ...
To bring the end to all God's creation Satan's own Son must rule over all nations as prophesied before.Damien Thorn has to accept his destiny as a latter-day Antichrist.Despite his human nature and emotions, his diabolic origin would eventually prevail.
Having watched all three Omens film during my youth, I was a bit reluctant at first whether or not it would be possible to take a classic like that and bring it into the TV-series era. I've watched 10 episodes so far, and I must admit, they've nailed it! Its a thrilling experience from episode 2 and on wards, and the suspense only rises per episode. The TV-Series does a really good job of providing a bit of feedback from the first film into season 1 so it sort of binds it together, and gains a plausible "life" of its own as a TV-series. If you love dark stories, and the everlasting story of good vs evil, where the boundaries are often erased as nothing is truly completely light nor dark, but can be either at any side, you should really take a good look at Damien, which has a lot of gloomy sides.
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