Only 3 episodes have aired so far, so this is my review of the first three episodes. This is based on a book of the same name by comic book author, Neil Gaiman. I never read the book, but I've liked some of Gaiman's comic books works like the Sandman series and Death: The High Cost of Living. I wasn't sure what to expect with this show, but, so far, I actually quite enjoy it. It's extremely graphic with lots of penises and even a nearly hardcore gay porn scene, which I thought was unnecessary but didn't detract from my enjoyment of the show. Without giving too much away, the show shows the personification of old gods (Odin, a Leprechaun, Anubis, etc.) versus the new gods (Jesus, the god of the internet, the god of the media, etc.). So far, I'd rate the first 3 episodes, collectively, an 8/10. The acting is top notch, especially by Ian McShane of Deadwood fame.