Season 1, Episode 5
|Airdate||April 19th, 2013|
|Producer||Lynn Raynor; Lauren LeFranc; Rafe Judkins; Daniel Paige; Eli Roth; Eric Newman; Michael A. Connolly; Peter Friedlander; Sidonie Dumas; Christophe Riandee; Katie O'Connell; Elisa Roth; Mark Verheiden; Brian McGreevy; Lee Shipman; Deran Sarafian|
|Starring||Famke Janssen; Bill Skarsgård; Landon Liboiron; Penelope Mitchell; Freya Tingley; Dougray Scott|
|Previous||"In Poor Taste"|
"Hello, Handsome" is the fifth episode of season one of the supernatural drama series Hemlock Grove and the fifth episode of the series overall. It was directed by David Semel with a teleplay written by Mark Verheiden. The episode premiered on Netflix instant streaming, along with the rest of the episodes from season one on April 19th, 2013.
Principal Cast Edit
|Famke Janssen||Olivia Godfrey|
|Bill Skarsgård||Roman Godfrey|
|Landon Liboiron||Peter Rumancek|
|Penelope Mitchell||Letha Godfrey|
|Freya Tingley||Christina Wendall|
|Dougray Scott||Norman Godfrey|
Guest Stars Edit
|Paul Popowich||JR Godfrey|
|Emilia McCarthy||Alyssa Sworn |
|Eliana Jones||Alexa Sworn |
|Don Francks||Nicolae Rumancek |
|Patrick Garrow||Theodore Gibson|
|Paula Macneill||Megan Gibson|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Hemlock Grove is based on the book written by Brian McGreevy. The series was developed by Brian McGreevy and Lee Shipman.
- This is the third appearance of actress Tiio Horn in the role of Destiny Rumancek. She appeared last in "The Order of the Dragon".
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