American Gods: The TV Show


“I miss you’, he admitted.
‘I’m here’, she said.
‘That’s when I miss you most. When you’re here. When you aren’t here, when you’re just a ghost of the past or a dream from another life, it’s easier then.”
Neil Gaiman, American Gods

Everything you imagine is real.

No, this is not some law of attraction bullshit, the ever increasing mantra of the self-help gurus of the world. This is the basis of the universe created by Neil Gaiman.

Gods are real, because people believe in them.

Faith is the one force on Earth capable of shaping the world.

Interesting, huh?

American Gods, the TV show, uses this equation as a driving force for its narrative. One that is beginning to unravel its mysteries. Slowly. Painfully slow.

But this is, by no means, a boring show. Quite the contrary.

For a story that shows a Mexican Jesus at one…

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3 comments on “American Gods: The TV Show

  1. I watched a few episodes I couldn’t get into it but my husband loves it. Don’t get me wrong it’s a great show its just not my kinda show. In a way it reminds me of preacher

  2. It’s probably the weirdest show I’ve ever watched, lol!

  3. Scarlet says:

    I read the book and I remember enjoying it very much. I wonder if the show stays true to the novel. I might have to check it out.

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