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The carnival is all fun and games until heaven and hell decide to fight it out on Earth.

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Carnivale
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Title

Carnivale

Year released

2003

Genres

Drama

Classification

MA
Adult Themes, Violence

Synopsis

While the carnival crew sleeps, an exhausted-looking Ben sits and smokes. Sophie, walking back to her trailer, hears screaming and banging from inside. She breaks in to find her mother being attacked.

Seasons

  • Season 1 (2003)
  • Season 2 (2005)

Set during the Great Depression in 1934, a strange carnival, bringing strange music, comes to the Dust Bowl. A young farm boy from Oklahoma joins the carnival, and along with a Californian preacher, is soon caught up in the war between heaven and hell. The two men end up being swept into events far out of their control as the dead begin to rise.

HBO’s Carnivale explores strange religious texts and metaphors in a grim story of a war between heaven and hell, where the human race is stuck in the middle.

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