Angela, is plagued by increasingly frightening nightmares, her husband is slowly losing his mind, her older daughter spends her time locked in her room and her younger daughter hears strange noises from inside the walls. Two priests are brought together, as all their fates become entangled in a battle against an ancient force of evil.Written by
In Season One, Episode 5, just after the opening credits, the character turns a postcard with an image of a ballet dancer on it. It is postmarked as being sent from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, which is a seaside town in East Anglia, England. See more »
Strong characters. Going to see how the two main priests interact and relate. Thoroughly did keep me from not changing the channel and wanting to see what happens next. Not going to compare it to the original. There is no point in going there, just keeping an open mind. Not going to bash anything. Believable story line. Interested enough to continue watching next week. Pretty sure there are going to be many more twists. Better than most of the crap on television nowadays. Its about time they had a decent thriller/suspense TV show. Hoping this show continues. Surprised it is on at 9pm around here and not 10pm for content and concept. If I had children under the age of 10 I would not let them watch it as they sure would have nightmares. Just say-in. Then again if my parents would not have allowed me, heck I would have anyways, then not slept !!
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