Where to watch Preacher online in Australia
The reverend Jesse Custer has made the jump from page to screen with AMC's adaptation of Preacher. Here's where you can catch it in Australia.
Vertigo's popular Preacher series caused a lot of buzz back in 2013 when it was announced that Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (Superbad, Knocked Up) would be adapting the cult comic book for the small screen. Now, Rev. Custer (Dominic Cooper, Tulip O'Hare (Ruth Negga) and the sun-shy Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun) have finally arrived on our screens but as usual, Aussies found it hard to find when it first released.
Stan has since repented for its misguided ways and is now offering the entire first season of Preacher.
Alternatively, you can purchase the entire first season for $24.99 at iTunes.
Where to watch Preacher Season 2
Season 1 of Preacher ended on quite a note. Essentially finishing up where the comic books start, Preacher's first season finale set the stage for some the comic's more outrageous characters, like Herr Starr and Jesus DeSade.
Season 2 of Preacher doesn't have a release date yet, but it has started production. The Preacher himself has even shared some images from the set.
Where to watch Preacher Season 1
Jesse Custer is a reverend in a small Texas town with a dark and mysterious past. When an old flame from his past comes knocking at his door, and another enigmatic fellow literally falls from the sky, Jesse begins to fall back into his old ways - causing him to question his role as Preacher.
That is until a paranormal entity seeks him out and fills him with purpose.
- RELEASED: 23 May 2016
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