The Preacher co-creators new animated movie is set to open amidst consensus rave reviews…
With this past Sunday's AMC Preacher episode down, we only have two, count em two, episodes left in Season One. Hard to believe, but there it is. There's lots to wrap up still, but things are winding down in pretty spectacular fashion now. "El Valero" starts us off with yet another unfamiliar scene. There has been
As If Jesse Custer hadn’t done enough to upset Preacher fans last week by, apparently, sending Eugene Root to hell…
You wanted answers Preacher fans, you wanted action, you wanted all the various plot points to start tying in together… well folks, you got all three of those covered and then some on Sunday.
Well folks, that was a damn good AMC Preacher episode. If there is one word I could use to describe the episode, it would be "soul", in large part due to Ian Colletti's performance this week. To this point, Joe Gilgun' Cassidy has run the episodic table for me in terms of show stealing throughout
Another Sunday past, another episode of AMC’s Preacher Season 1 down, and another Week Joe Gilgun’s Cassidy steals the spotlight.
Well, that might not be the exact quote from AMC Preacher's new Season 1 Episode 3 "The Possibilities" preview, but hey, close enough right? Over on the AMC official page, they have uploaded another set of sneak peek and trailer videos, much like they did for the last episode. It looks like this might be standard practice moving
After a long, two week hiatus, Sunday night finally brought Preacher Season One Episode Two. This was especially long for me as I'm now watching via a Google Play subscription, so I'll be watching episodes the following day with other fans who have bought this first season from similar vendors. So to that point, episode reviews moving forward will almost
They have been telling us since the pilot reviews started trickling in: there is nothing on TV quite like AMC's Preacher, and perhaps there never has been. That's a pretty bold statement. I mean, that's pretty much saying that Preacher stands out uniquely among all its peers, both old and new, and as much as I wanted