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Eva Green cut an ominous figure in a new trailer released on Monday for the upcoming second season of Penny Dreadful.
The 34-year-old portrays the mysterious Vanessa Ives in the critically-acclaimed Showtime horror series.
Her character will have a lot to deal with this season as British actress Helen McCrory, 46, takes a more villainous role.
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Second season: Eva Green is shown in a new trailer released on Monday for the upcoming second season of Showtime's Penny Dreadful
Helen was shown as Evelyn Poole, nee spiritualist Madame Kali, enjoying a cigarette in a bathtub filled with blood.
A new face was spotted in the trailer with a patch covering his right eye and upper lip suggesting an appearance by The Phantom Of The Opera.
There were plenty of creepy scenes including a woman using her fingers to paint a scorpion in blood on a wood floor.
New face: The trailer featured a new face that could perhaps be The Phantom Of The Opera
Bloody smoke: The trailer ended with a woman enjoying a cigarette while immersed in a bath of blood
The scenes played out over a woman singing the mournful English folk song The Unquiet Grave.
Eva's character spoke up as the song faded out and said, 'When Lucifer fell, he did not fall alone.'
The show's creator John Logan joined cast members Josh Hartnett, Harry Treadaway, Timothy Dalton and Helen on Monday for a panel talk about the show at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, California.
Press tour: Josh Hartnett spoke onstage on Monday during a Penny Dreadful panel at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, California
He's back: Timothy Dalton was seen as Sir Malcolm Murray in the preview
Penny Dreadful refers to the cheap 19th-century British fiction that featured Gothic horror stories and true crime tales.
Characters in the series including immortal Dorian Gray from the Oscar Wilde novel, monster maker Victor Frankenstein from the Mary Shelley novel and Abraham Van Helsing from Bram Stoker's Dracula.
The show will make its second season premiere on April 26.
A symbol: A bloody scorpion was fingerpainted with blood on a wood floor
Into his research: Harry Treadaway returns as Victor Frankenstein in the series
Panel talk: Series creator John Logan, Josh, Timothy, Helen McCrory and Harry took part in the press panel