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"The Angel"
Series Hemlock Grove
Season 1, Episode 2
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Air date April 19th, 2013
Writers Brian McGreevy; Lee Shipman
Director Deran Sarafian
Producers Lynn Raynor; Lauren LeFranc; Rafe Judkins; Daniel Paige; Eli Roth; Eric Newman; Michael A. Connolly; Peter Friedlander; Sidonie Dumas; Christophe Riandee; Katie O'Connell; Elisa Roth; Mark Verheiden; Brian McGreevy; Lee Shipman; Deran Sarafian; Tim King; Gregg Simon
Starring Famke Janssen; Bill Skarsgård; Landon Liboiron; Penelope Mitchell; Freya Tingley; Dougray Scott
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"The Angel" is the second episode of season one the supernatural drama series Hemlock Grove, which is based on a 2012 novel by the same name written by Brian McGreevy. This episode was directed by series producer Deran Sarafian and written by Brian McGreevy and Lee Shipman. It premiered exclusively on Netflix, along with the rest of the episodes from season one, on April 19th, 2013. In this episode, Roman Godfrey befriends Peter Rumancek and is curious as to whether he is involved in the recent murder of high school student Brooke Bluebell. Roman's sister, Shelley Godfrey, makes a stand for herself against her domineering mother, Olivia and Letha Godfrey informs her father that she is pregnant. She claims that an angel came to her and gifted her with a child.

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  • First appearance of Jenny Fredericks.

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