American Gods – Season 1, Episode 1: “The Bone Orchard”

When Shadow Moon is released early from jail, not for any happy reasons, he sets off across America for home.
But things change once he runs into Mr. Wednesday.

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Fargo – Season 3, Episode 2: “The Principle of Restricted Choice”

Nikki & Ray move on after Maurice’s death is initially declared accidental. Meanwhile, Varga takes his sneaky game to the next level.

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Outcast – Season 2, Episode 4: “The One I’d Be Waiting For”

Kyle uncovers more about his father, & Reverend Anderson comes face to face with Aaron after all this time.

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The Handmaid’s Tale – Season 1, Episode 3: “Late”

Offred is taken in for questioning, after Ofglen’s been whisked off for a trial & possible punishment.

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The Handmaid’s Tale – Season 1, Episode 2: “Birth Day”

As Offred a.k.a Jane adjusts more to the authoritarian patriarchy, she finds things are never as they seem. And Janine gives birth to her child, only to see it ripped away.

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The Handmaid’s Tale – Season 1, Episode 1: “Offred”

A woman once named Jane now goes by Offred, living under the rule of an authoritarian, patriarchal nation-state ruled with an iron fist.

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Better Call Saul – Season 3, Episode 3: “Sunk Costs”

Jimmy struggles with his latest legal woes. And Mike, he meets a new business acquaintance; one who does not like Hector Salamanca.

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Lynch’s BLUE VELVET is Like Disturbing(ly Good) Literature

Lynch’s film uses his surrealism through the absurd, burrowing to the underbelly of small town America & into the psychosis of a violent man.

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SPLIT’s Horror is Part Shyamalan Style & Part Terrifying McAvoy

SPLIT is M. Night Shyamalan’s best film to date: a tense, thrilling horror that doesn’t need blood or ghosts to scare, just the terrifying capacity of what human beings are capable.

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Hap and Leonard – Season 2, Episode 6: “No Mo’ Mojo”

When Hap & Leonard think they’ve finally found BB’s killer, another twist shocks them in the end.

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Fargo – Season 3, Episode 1: “The Law of Vacant Places”

When twin brothers Emmit & Ray Stussy butt heads over a vintage stamp left by their father, the disagreement turns unexpectedly, inadvertently deadly after Ray does something drastic.

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