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Following a three-year "hiatus," Showtime's 'Penny Dreadful' returns to the premium cable network as an unexpected anthology of sorts as John Logan trades Frankenstein in Victorian England in the late 1800s for a story about Los Angeles' Mexican-American folklore roots, circa 1938. Billed as 'Penny Dreadful: City of Angels,' the new take — bowing Sunday — is described as a "spiritual descendant" of creator John Logan's original
Showrunner Jeremy Slater breaks down what to expect from the Fox horror drama.
How will producers write around (spoiler alert from 1997!) Dan's death in the series finale?