Fans of pulp gaming - or pulp fiction in general - need to check out ITV's new Sunday evening, big budget serial Jekyll & Hyde.
Set in the 1930s, it follows the adventures of the infamous Dr Henry Jekll's grandson, Robert Jekyll (Tom Bateman), as he is summoned back from Ceylon to London to sort out his family estate.
Along the way he becomes entangled with the machinations of the 'invisible men' of MI-O (Military Intelligence: Other) - a mysterious branch of the British Secret Service tasked with dealing with supernatural incidents and headed up by Richard E Grant's Bulstrode.
But there are other players in the game as well, fronted by the wonderfully bonkers Captain Dance (Enzo Cilenti aka Childermass from Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell) of the monstrous organisation known as Tenebrae.
Created and written by Charlie Higson, Jekyll & Hyde is a bit old school Incredible Hulk, a bit Buffy The Vampire Slayer and a lot of League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen (the film rather than the comics), with monsters and a mythology all of its own, above and beyond Jekyll's temper tantrums.
Be warned, for a family, tea-time, show it's surprisingly dark and violent and (according to Rachel) scary.
[UPDATED, October 27, to include link to BBC news story about parental complaints about the show's violence]