Eli Roth's 13-episode series will be available for members to watch, in its entirety, beginning April 19
Netflix's first preview of Eli Roth's 13-part gothic horror series, "Hemlock Grove," teases plenty of sex, murder and monsters living in the titular town where it is set.
Based on Brian McGreevy’s novel of the same name, the streaming service's third original show, the first two being "Lilyhammer" and "House of Cards," will be available in its entirety starting April 19.
“‘Hemlock Grove’ is unlike anything else in its genre,” Ted Sarandos, Netflix's Chief Content Officer, promises. “It’s sexy, gripping, emotional and twisted, and we’re certain viewers are going to be captivated by its intensity.”
The one-hour murder mystery revolves around eccentric residents of a dilapidated former Pennsylvania steel town, where the death of a 17-year-old girl prompts a homicide investigation that will expose the area's seamier side — presumably consisting of sex, murder and monsters.
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