The first season of American Gods ends with an image that compacts the many themes of the series into one odd moment.
Without giving you any spoilers, I can say that this scene captures American Gods' perspective on religious faith in America.
But this series, based on Neil Gaiman's 2001 novel, has managed to create a spellbinding story about how true belief rests on healthy skepticism.
Though we've seen pieces of many gods' biographies, we finally see a god's life cycle from birth to death to rebirth.
She's a sexually liberated disco queen in Tehran in the 1970s, until forces from the Iranian Revolution raid a club where she's seducing a woman.
When we meet all the Jesuses (Jesusi?)