Hemlock Grove

Hemlock Grove is an eccentric Netflix original TV show that follows the lives of two young men who decide to team up and solve a teenage girls murder. However, there’s more to this story. One of the guys is a werewolf and the other, well you’ll have to watch it to find out what he is exactly – it takes a while. Starring Bill Skarsgard, Landon Liboiron, Famke Janssen and Dougray Scott. There are 3 seasons of this show and the third season was its last. The show is based on the book by Brian McGreevy and it’s created by Eli Roth, director of Hostel.Roman-Grodfrey-Season-2-Screencaps-hemlock-grove-37346570-642-360I started watching this show just before season 2 arrived on Netflix. I binged watched the first season and I absolutely loved it and I invested myself into these bizarre characters. I found it really entertaining. When the second season came out it didn’t take me long to watch that one either and I really enjoyed it. I thought the transition from season 1 into season 2 was done well. The show changed enough but not too much and I liked it.hemlock-grove-season-2-spoilers-is-newcomer-miranda-hiding-a-secret-will-she-turn-into-an-upir

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However, the third season came out a couple of weeks ago and I have to say I didn’t really enjoy it. The direction they took Roman in especially displeased me. For me the third season ruined it for me. It felt really dragged out and I hated the fact that they made Roman into a killer, even though he was one but he just would never have killed a friend in the previous seasons. I’m really annoyed that he died and Peter lived. Roman was always my favourite. One thing I am happy about is that Peter didn’t get to look after the baby in the end. It was Shelley that drove off with her. That’s the only part I liked about the series finale episode. lvhemlock30n-4-web

I did really love this show but I’m glad it’s finished because if they’d have done a fourth season I’d have been scared as to where they were going to take it after season 3.

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