Hello again my serial television loving readers, so it was just about three weeks ago that I shared the full trailer for the “Preacher” series second season and if you missed it, just click on THIS LINK to catch up with us. Okay you’re back. So the series got a green light on the new season as you know and the show will begin tonight with a special premiere before heading over to Monday nights. Don’t forget to program your DVR or dust off the old VCR and find a couple of tapes.
Hey there my serial television loving readers, I wondered if you ever gave the small screen adaptation of the hit Vertigo series “Preacher” a chance when it ran during its first season a few months ago. Did you like it? I watched it and have to admit that I was left for want with it despite liking the work that Cooper and Gilgun did. Anyway, a second season is coming and here is the full official trailer for what lies ahead. This might sound like a bit of a deja vu and it is of course since the same words apply. Here we go.
Hey there my serial television loving readers, I wondered if you ever gave the small screen adaptation of the hit Vertigo series “Preacher” a chance when it ran during its first season a few months ago. Did you like it? I watched it and have to admit that I was left for want with it despite liking the work that Cooper and Gilgun did. Anyway, a second season is coming and here is the first teaser trailer of it.
Fans of the DC Vertigo Comics series “Preacher” should be excited as tonight the AMC Network will premiere the first episode of the new live series. The Black Comedy is one of my own favorite comic series and I think that the creators of the show will have their work cut out for them. Check out the show information and cast along with the poster below and I’ll return at the close with added thoughts.
The Show: Preacher is an upcoming American television series developed by Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen and Sam Catlin for AMC starring Dominic Cooper. It is an adaptation of the comic book series created by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, and published by DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint. The series was officially picked up on September 9, 2015, with a ten-episode order and is scheduled to premiere on May 22, 2016.
Main and Recurring Cast:
Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer
Ruth Negga as Tulip O’Hare
Joe Gilgun as Cassidy
Lucy Griffiths as Emily Woodrow
W. Earl Brown as Sheriff Hugo Root
Anatol Yusef as DeBlanc
Tom Brooke as Fiore
Derek Wilson as Donny Schenck
Ian Colletti as Eugene Root/Arseface
Elizabeth Perkins as Vyla Quinncannon
Jamie Anne Allman as Betsy Schenck
Jackie Earle Haley as Odin Quinncannon
PiercingMetal Thoughts: Now when I first showcased the trailer for the program on THIS POST I wasn’t too keen on it but with the season ending for “The Flash”, “Agents of SHIELD” and “Supergirl” I will have some room on the DVR to let it record and catch up when my schedule slows down. Maybe it will be better than I had initially anticipated and will grow on me. I hope so because I was a stickler for this one remaining as close to the comic book as possible. Will you watch this show? Let me know in the comments section below.
Official Show Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preacher_%28TV_series%29
Thanks to the fine folks at DC Comics and AMC Network, fans can get a copy of “Preacher” #1 for absolutely free so be sure to ask your local comic book shop for one when you go to pick up your weekly haul on Wednesday. The series was a compelling read for the Vertigo Comics imprint of the company and was written by Garth Ennis with art by Steve Dillon and painted covers by Glen Fabry. It was definitely a title for a more mature audience and since its final issue back in 2000 the full series has been reprinted in several collected editions for you newer readers to add to your library. The title will get its own live television show this coming Sunday and star Dominic Cooper as the “Preacher” Jesse Custer along with Ruth Negga and Joe Gilgun as Tulip and Cassidy. The cover of this free title has been drawn to show the players for the television show. Continue reading AMC and DC to give away 100,000 copies of Preacher #1→