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Based on Joe Hill's New York Times best-selling novel of the same name, "NOS4A2" is a different kind of vampire story. It follows Vic McQueen, a gifted young woman who discovers she has a supernatural ability to find lost things. This ability puts her on a collision course with the evil and immortal Charlie Manx. Manx is a supernatural villain who feeds off the souls of children and then deposits what remains of them into Christmasland -- a twisted place of Manx's imagination where every day is Christmas Day and unhappiness is against the law. Vic strives to defeat Manx and rescue his victims -- without losing her mind or falling victim to him.

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aired 80 days ago
Despite Maggie's warning, Vic strives to rescue a loved one; Manx learns a disappointing detail about Vic.
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Vic finds herself in grave danger after an argument with Linda; Manx seeks advice from an old friend.
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Vic finds herself stuck in the real world; Manx runs into trouble and calls Bing for help.
aired 95 days ago
At a garage in Nebraska, a young boy is drawn to a strange, familiar car in disrepair, and a sinister bond begins to form between the two.
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Vic meets another strong creative who gives her some advice; Manx receives an unexpected visitor.
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Vic is questioned by the police and cannot fill the holes in her story; Manx lays out his plan for Vic, but things go awry.
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Vic seeks the Wraith and learns she must trust her gift; a body surfaces in Haverhill.
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Vic strives to live a normal life despite Maggie's warning; Charlie Manx puts Bing Partridge to work.
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Vic meets Maggie, a medium with more questions than answers; Manx visits Haverhill to seek The Shorter Way and finds Bing, who is eager to help.
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Vic, a young New Englander, discovers her supernatural abilities as the immortal Charlie Manx lures a child into a mysterious Rolls Royce Wraith.
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A talked-about scene from Season 1, episode 109 of the series.
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A talked-about scene from Season 1, episode 101 of the series.
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Vic enlists a local biker to help her try to stop Charlie Manx; Manx makes a pit stop on his way to Christmasland.
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Author Joe Hill discusses the joys of seeing the characters and locations of his imagination being adapted into AMC's new supernatural thriller.
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A talked-about scene from Season 1, episode 106 of the series.
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The author gives a glimpse at various pieces of "NOS4A2" memorabilia he's collected or had given to him since the book was published.
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A talked-about scene from episode 108 of Season 1.
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Author Joe Hill discusses the lore of "NOS4A2," including strong creatives, Christmasland and more.
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A talked-about scene from Season 1, episode 104 of the series.
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A sneak peek of Season 1, episode 101 of the series.
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In this time lapse video, the star of the new series, Zachary Quinto, spends time in the makeup chair to turn into the character Charlie Manx.

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