Preacher (AMC, Mondays, 9/8C) takes a couple of side trips this week as we learn more about Tulip’s past and Jesse and Cassidy discover something startling about Fake God – and that Jesse has 137 jazz clubs yet to visit. Then there’s Eugene in Hell…
The first season Preacher introduced us to preacher Jesse Custer, his ex-girlfriend Tulip O’Hare and the Irish vampire, Cassidy and set up the story of a man searching for God – literally.
The DC comic on which the show is based was, essentially, a road trip as the trio searched for God to find out why he had abandoned Heaven (and his believers).
Today, AMC released four “Preacher” key art images in anticipation of the show’s second season featuring its “Powerful” trio: Jesse (Dominic Cooper), Tulip (Ruth Negga) and Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun). The critically-acclaimed, supernatural series returns with a two-night event, beginning with the season premiere on Sunday, June 25th (10:00/9C), followed by the second episode on Monday, June 26th (9:00/8C) in the series’ regular time slot.
AMC’s Preacher is based on the Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon comic about a burned out preacher who is given a supernatural gift that seems to cause nothing but, so he sets out find God (wherever He may be) and have a word with him about it.
The first season served as a prequel to the tale the comics tell and season two will find Jesse Custer, his ex-girlfriend Tulip O’Hare and Irish vampire Cassidy on the road to literally find God. Chaos ensures.
Ahead of the show’s SXSW panel, AMC has released a gallery of first look photos – which follows. As always, double click to embiggen.
Preacher returns on Monday, June 19th (9/8C).
With a new season of AMC’s brilliantly bloody hit Preacher coming this summer, fans (and the curious) can catch up on the show’s first season On Demand and on AMC.com from today through April 4th.
Beginning on April 5th, Preacher will be be streaming exclusively on Hulu.
Based on Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s popular ‘90’s cult comic, Preacher season one follows a West Texas preacher named Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), who is inhabited by the renegade spawn of an angel and demon and gains the power to control people with just a word.
The first season of Preacher may not have reached Walking Dead (or even Fear the Walking Dead) numbers, but it become one of cable’s top ten dramas and #2 in the Adults 25-54 demographic.
The series, which stars Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga and Joseph Gilgun as (respectively) a preacher, his ex-girlfriend and an Irish vampire , is now available for binge watching through AMC.com.
Follow the jump for more.
The first few episodes of AMC’s Preacher (Sunday, 10/9C) – adapted from the comic by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon about a preacher who, with two unlikely friends, goes looking for God with the intent of bringing Him back – is a unique series that features that unlikely trio, but does not (yet) go galloping off in all directions.
Which is good, because it gives us time to get to not only know a bit about the characters but see them in a consistent environment – however strange and twisted it might be.
If you want to see the series premiere of AMC’s Preacher before anyone else else, you may get that chance.
AMC will be screening the series premiere in the four cities that most creative photos, videos or comments about why their hometown deserves an exclusive “Preacher” screening. Follow the jump for details.
Preacher’s network premiere will be Sunday, May 22nd (10/9C).
AMC has announced the premiere date for its much anticipated new series, Preacher.
Preacher will premiere following the mid-season finale of Fear the Walking Dead on on Sunday, May 22nd (10/9C) – and will be encored twice over the Memorial Day weekend. Follow the jump for more.
AMC is celebrating the premiere of its new series “Preacher” at SXSW with an installation depicting the upside-down world the characters within the series inhabit.
Follow the jump for details. Preacher has its World Premiere at SXSW on Monday, March 14th at 2:35pm and premieres on AMC later this spring.
An ex-priest and an vampire go hunting for God – in whom they are well and truly ticked off. That’s the basic premise of AMC’s much anticipated series Preacher.
The first teaser for the series premiered on The Walking Dead last night. If you missed it, you can check it out after jump. Preacher premieres on AMC in 2016.