It kind of came and went without much fanfare, but I really enjoyed the show. It seems to have been inspired by some true events and involves hyper-violent pro-Marxist preachers, strikebreaking Pinkertons, prohibition and speakeasies, and lots of pulp. Maybe a kind of American version of Peaky Blinders. Really good cast including Logan Marshall-Green (Upgrade, The Invitation, Quarry), Killian Scott ('71, Calvary, CB Strike), Sarah Jones (Sons of Anarchy, The Path, Alcatraz), Melinda Page-Hamilton (Mad Men, Rectify), and Christopher Heyerdahl (Hell on Wheels and a million other shows). Very cool soundtrack and visuals. I don't think there's going to be a second season, but it almost wraps up as a limited series, so I think it's still worth a shot.