HAND OF GOD, produced by Amazon Studios, while nowhere near as good as The Leftovers (one of the few dark and odd shows that critics have embraced and audiences are warming to slowly), is much better than you've probably heard.
Ron Perlman (shown above: Hellboy, where art thou?!) and on poster, top, as a high-powered and very corrupt judge in a fictional town located in the environs of Northern California's tech industry, who, when his son (Johnny Ferro, below) tries to commit suicide but ends up in a coma, undergoes some sort of religious conversion and becomes hell-bent (or possibly god-driven) to find out why and who was responsible.
Ben Watkins, the series boasts quite a cast of characters -- most of them greedy and nefarious, but acted juicily and savvily enough to keep us entertained. These include Dana Delany as the judge's wife (shown on poster, top), Emayatzy Corinealdi as his mistress, and Andre Royo (one of the treasures of The Wire) as the Mayor of the town (shown below, left).
Julian Morris (below, right) and Elizabeth McLaughlin (below, left), playing respectively an ersatz "preacher" and his "moll," whose antics move the plot along in ways expected and not so, and a hunky Garret Dillahunt (shown at bottom), essaying the role of a felon who's found Jesus and is more than happy to murder again and again for the sake of his "redeemer."
The Man in the High Castle.
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