Penny Dreadful Promo - "And They Were Enemies"

Penny Dreadful Promo - "And They Were Enemies"

Our beautiful monsters fight to the death on Penny Dreadful Season 2 Episode 10. Check out the season finale teaser here.
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Penny Dreadful Promo - "And Hell Itself My Only Foe"

Penny Dreadful Promo - "And Hell Itself My Only Foe"

With Sir Malcolm being taunted by ghosts, the others confront Evelyn in an effort to save him on Penny Dreadful Season 2 Episode 9. Enjoy the official teaser here.
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Penny Dreadful Teaser - "Little Scorpion"

Penny Dreadful Teaser - "Little Scorpion"

Vanessa plans to leave London and Ethan swears to protect her on Penny Dreadful Season 2 Episode 7. Here's a quick peek at what's in store next week.
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Penny Dreadful Teaser - "Glorious Horrors"

Penny Dreadful Teaser - "Glorious Horrors"

On Penny Dreadful Season 2 Episode 6 Evelyn's seduction of Sir Malcolm continues, and he learns his wife's fate. Dorian throws a soirée to which everyone's invited.
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Penny Dreadful Season 2 Episode 2 Teaser

Penny Dreadful Season 2 Episode 2 Teaser

Ferdinand Lyle shares the history of the Verbis Diablo. Check out the official teaser for Penny Dreadful Season 2 Episode 2.
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Penny Dreadful - Season 2 Premiere

Penny Dreadful - Season 2 Premiere

Watch the full Penny Dreadful Season 2 Premiere for a limited time only. The series returns May 3 at 10/9c only on Showtime.
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Penny Dreadful Season 2 - Photo Shoot

Penny Dreadful Season 2 - Photo Shoot

Check out this behind the scenes look at the photo shoot for Penny Dreadful's second season premiering Sunday, May 3 at 10/9c.
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Penny Dreadful Season 2 Trailer

Penny Dreadful Season 2 Trailer

Penny Dreadful Season 2 is coming. Are you ready? Watch the trailer.
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Penny Dreadful Quotes

Life, for all its anguish, is ours, Miss Ives. It belongs to no other.

Ferdinand Lyle

I already know what's wrong with you. You're unhappy. You're isolated. You think you're the cause of this unhappiness and are unworthy of affection so you've few friends. Recently you lost something you think very important. Your lover, your faith, your family, or all three. You blame yourself for this, so it makes you neurotic, and you don't sleep and don't eat, anything healthy anyway. You used to take care of your appearance, but you've lost interest in that, so you avoid mirrors. Sunlight bothers you, so you avoid that too, about which you're guilty because you think it's unhealthy and even immoral not to like the sun. You're not a woman of convention or you wouldn't be here, but you like to pretend you are so people don't notice you. But you sometimes like that as well and can dress to draw the eye. But then you think the men who look at you are fools, or worse, to be taken in by such an obvious outward show. So instead, you're drawn to dark, complicated, impossible men, assuring your own unhappiness and isolation because, after all, you're happiest alone. But not even then, because you can't stop thinking about what you've lost, again for which you blame yourself. So the cycle goes on, the snake eating its own tail. Or you can just have your teeth fixed.

Dr. Seward