Screenrant | Penny Dreadful: 'No One Is Without Sin' Review


Even for those who don’t watch on a weekly basis, Penny Dreadful easily establishes itself as an incredibly unique show. For those who do tune in regularly, they know it’s a well-balanced mixture of gothic horror, romance, and camp. But putting genre and aesthetics aside for a moment, the series also stands out in other ways; most notably, the way in which a season’s narrative arc refuses to travel along the sort of typical dramatic structure most viewers are used to. Instead, the series is marked with powerful asides often times more memorable than the action directly related to the plot.

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