Starring: Dominic Cooper, Joseph Gilgun, Ruth Negga, Jackie Earle Haley, W. Earl Brown, Lucy Griffiths
A preacher bonds with a the offspring of an angel and demon. He develops want he thinks is "the word of God", allowing him to control people. Angels come to retrieve the offspring and the preacher small, Texas town will never be the same.
I found myself wanting to enjoy the series more than I did. Perhaps I just couldn't separate myself from the awesomeness of the Garth Ennis graphic novels. The entire first season felt like Jesse meandering about without a true purpose. The show also delegates Cassidy and Tulip as secondary characters instead of the mainstays they truly are to the story. The final episode gives me hope for a more interesting second season as the group leaves to find God.
Rating: In the middle
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