Type
Scripted
Premiered
May. 22, 2016
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
AMC TV Network

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Preacher

Preacher follows Reverend Jesse Custer, a small-town Texas minister on the verge of losing his faith when he merges with a spiritual force called Genesis — making him more mighty than the Almighty. Able to command the obedience of those who hear his words and joined by his gun-toting girlfriend Tulip and the hard-drinking Irish vampire Cassidy, Custer begins a violent journey across the country in search of answers from a disenfranchised God.

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01x10 Call and Response Aired: Jul. 31, 2016

Jesse hopes to follow through on his promise to obtain answers from heaven; the entire town waits with bated breath. (Season Finale)

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02x01 Season 2 Premiere(Monday Jun. 19th, 2017 on AMC)

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Herr Starr Is Coming In Preacher Season 2
He is the ambitious second in command of the secret society called The Grail. The Grail is tasked with protecting the bloodline of Jesus Christ. Herr reports directly to the leader of The Grail, the Allfather, who has plans for Jesse Custer and Genesis. But the Grail will have to get in line if they want a shot at Custer. Heaven still wants Genesis back.

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  • The actress playing Tulip, Ruth Negga, is Irish (although born in Ethiopia). Ironically, the only Irish character, Cassidy the vampire, is being played by an English actor, Joseph Gilgun.
  • Anatol Yusef and Garth Ennis, the author of the original comic book series, used to be neighbors.
  • When Ennis and Dillon were doing the original comics from Vertigo (mature imprint of DC comics) it is believed that they got away with more violence and gore than was allowed back in the day…
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    When Ennis and Dillon were doing the original comics from Vertigo (mature imprint of DC comics) it is believed that they got away with more violence and gore than was allowed back in the day because of the initial black and white pages they handed to their editor. All the gore and such were added later on in the process of making the comics.
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