Jesus and Tulip hit the road. Jesse runs into Eugene in Australia— and he runs into the Saint of Killers, too.
Adam Dick explores the consequences of bullying and victimhood through a teacher who'll go to dangerous lengths to protect vulnerable students.
The Cody boys will either move on without Smurf, or they'll crumble for good.
After Pearl Harbor, Japanese Americans are taken to the camps, and there the obake continue to haunt the community.
Tulip gets help from an unlikely friend. Jesse winds up in the ocean after God messes up his plans.
Dwight has trouble on the road, while Grace and Morgan get trapped in the mall.
William McGregor serves a double dose of history and feminist horror with a tale of the Industrial Revolution in Wales.
June has to kick Operation Mayday into full gear when things start to go sideways.
Smurf takes her boys on a job that will change them all irreparably, forever.
The end has arrived. Or, was it the beginning?
In 1941, the Japanese-American community of San Pedro experience horror. And that was even before Pearl Harbor.
The group are looking towards a hopeful future, but not everyone feels the same about their altruism.