With an all-star ensemble of amazing actors, the Season Finale of American Gods offers a divine spectacle that will keep even fans of the book guessing.
The Eaters Of Light may infuriate those who prefer their Doctor Who free of mysticism and unanswered questions, but it’s a ripping yarn taken on its own terms.
A Prayer For Mad Sweeney is another solid episode that proves that the television adaptation of American Gods is in good hands on all fronts.
Those who enjoy stories that answer the unanswered questions of the classic Doctor Who series will find Empress of Mars to be quite enjoyable.
A Murder of Gods proves that American Gods is not afraid to push buttons and that it will offer fans of the original novel new sights and wonders to behold.
Though it was written and filmed several months ago, The Lie Of The Land seems oddly prescient and incredibly relevant in these days of fake news.
Not content with merely adapting Gaiman’s already excellent and relevant tale, the show runners are – like all storytellers – refining the story into something stronger.
The Pyramid At The End Of The World is the sort of Doctor Who story that taints other stories by association and makes you ashamed to be a Whovian.