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Preacher is an 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 10-episode order which premiered on May 22, 2016. On June 29, 2016, AMC renewed the series for a 13-episode second season to air in 2017.

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Preacher TV Series

Preacher is an American television series developed by Sam Catlin, Evan Goldberg, and Seth Rogen for AMC starring Dominic Cooper. It is an adaptation of the comic book series Preacher 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 10-episode order which premiered on May 22, 2016. On June 29, 2016, AMC renewed the series for a 13-episode second season that premiered on June 25, 2017.

 

"Preacher" Season 1 Episodes (2016)

Episode #1: "Pilot" May 22, 2016

An entity crosses the galaxy and finds its way to Earth, where it inhabits a preacher in Africa who explodes soon after. The same phenomenon is observed at a Satanic Temple in Russia and in a gathering of Scientologists. Meanwhile, in Texas, Jesse Custer, a preacher with a sordid past, begins to lose his faith in his church and debates leaving. Tulip O'Hare, a mysterious woman from Jesse's violent past propositions him with a job, but Jesse turns her down. Cassidy, an Irish vampire, lands in Texas after a violent episode on a private jet. Jesse has a run-in with the abusive husband of one of his churchgoers and quickly subdues him and his friends, meeting Cassidy in the process. Jesse heads to the church to ask for a sign to continue. The entity appears in the church and inhabits Jesse. Three days later, Jesse awakens and decides not to leave the church, saying he is not quite done yet.

#2 "See" - June 5, 2016

In 1881, a cowboy leaves his home, searching for medicine for his sick daughter. In the present, Jesse baptizes his congregants. One of them, Linus, confesses to Jesse about his urges toward a young girl. Jesse warns him against acting on his urges. Odin Quincannon, owner of Quincannon Meat & Power, and his employees tear down a home after purchasing its land. At the church, Cassidy tells Jesse he's a vampire, but Jesse doesn't believe him. Jesse takes a drink from Cassidy's flask and passes out due to its potency. DeBlanc and Fiore – the two mysterious men who are after what's inside Jesse – attempt to extract it from him. First with a song, then with a chainsaw. Cassidy interrupts and a fight ensues. In the process, Cassidy is shot but he kills them. Tulip continues to nag Jesse about the "job", but he refuses. Jesse uses his power on Linus, so he can "forget the girl". Cassidy buries the bodies of the two men, however, the next day, they are back in their motel room being interrogated by Sheriff Root, who tell him "We're from the Government".

#3 "The Possibilities" - June 12, 2016

Tulip meets a woman named Dany in Houston, Texas and receives a piece of paper with the address of the enigmatic Carlos, with Tulip intending Jesse to aid her in confronting and killing the man who ruined their lives. Jesse tests the limits of his newly found abilities of persuasion and finally understands the nature of his abilities when Donnie confronts him with a gun, with Jesse later holding control over him. Cassidy tells Jesse of the possibilities of his abilities, while discovering the true nature of Fiore and DeBlanc; that they are from Heaven and that people will die if they do not retrieve what is inside Jesse.

#4 "Monster Swamp" - June 19, 2016

Cassidy tries to tell Jesse about Fiore and DeBlanc, though it falls on deaf ears as Jesse is distracted by the thought of rebooting All Saints Congregational, wanting more visitors. He later converts atheist Odin Quincannon to Christianity, using his power, in front of the entire congregation to achieve that goal. Angry at the death of a woman, Tulip carries out a form of vigilante justice, but the consequence are not expected as she mistakenly throws Cassidy out of a window, only to discover him to be an immortal vampire.

#5 "South Will Rise Again" - June 26, 2016

Eugene asks for Jesse's help with him and his dad after a disturbing message is conveyed to Eugene. Jesse abides and helps him an more ways than one. Fiore and DeBlanc attempt to assuage their reason to be on Earth, but are unable to convey their message. Jesse meets with the angels, who inform him of Genesis and Jesse's powers are not to be used; but Jesse has been abusing them to help those who have come to him after persuading Quincannon at the church. Tulip and Cassidy bond after her learning of Cassidy's secret and Quincannon meets with the Green Acres representatives to unexpected results.

#6 "Sundowner" - July 3, 2016

Jesse, Fiore, and DeBlanc head to the motel after a scuffle with another angel at the restaurant, which leads to more trouble than they had expected until Cassidy intervenes. Eugene makes new friends at school. Tulip reaches an understanding with Emily and helps with her chores. Eugene comes to Jesse in the church to have him take back the "forgiveness" Jesse bestowed the town. In anger, Jesse tells Eugene to "go to hell," making him disappear.

#7 "He Gone" - July 10, 2016

A young Jesse and Tulip get in trouble for fighting at school, and because her parents are either in jail or drunk, Jesse's father has Tulip stay at the church. In the present, Odin Quincannon asks Jesse to sign over the church, claiming to have won the bet. Later, Jesse lies to the sheriff about whether he knows what happened to Eugene. In the past, it's clear Jesse and Tulip have grown close, and Jesse's father hands Tulip over to child protective services, telling Jesse that she's an O'Hare and bad things follow her. That night, Jesse angrily prays that god will kill his father and send him to hell. In the present, Cassidy confronts Jesse about sending Eugene to hell, and exposes himself to the sunlight, making sure Jesse understands exactly what Cassidy is. It's unclear whether Jesse saves the badly burned Cassidy. In the past, armed men come to the church. Jesse's father tries to protect him from them, but they end up killing Jesse's father in front of him, shooting him in the head as Jesse confesses that he prayed for this to happen. In the present, Jesse argues with Tulip and Emily and sends them both away. Then he tears up the floor of the church and, using the voice of genesis, repeatedly yells at the ground for Eugene to come back. The episode closes with Odin Quincannon riding a bulldozer up to the church at night, surrounded by dozens of his men from the meat and power plant.

#8 "El Valero" - July 17, 2016

In the 1980s, Odin Quincannon lost his family in a gondola accident during winter, prompting his spark for Atheism. Jesse fends off Quincannon's attempts to tear down the church, and sees Eugene come back from Hell. Tulip decides to buy a dog. DeBlanc and Fiore are called to the church to extract Genesis in exchange for bringing Eugene back. While Quincannon becomes impatient and plans his assault once again, Donnie figures a way around Jesse's power. Though Genesis is extracted, it manages to escape after an argument with Jesse, Fiore, and DeBlanc happens. Jesse asks for one more chance from Quincannon with a bigger bet than before.

#9 "Finish the Song" - July 24, 2016

In 1800s Ratwater, the Butcher of Gettysburg returns to massacre those who killed his family. In the present, Jesse tells Sheriff Root where Eugene is before escaping from the cop car into the night. Fiore and DeBlanc book a trip to Hell. Tulip asks Emily to take care of Cassidy while she takes care of something else; with Emily seeing just what Cassidy really is. Sheriff Root makes a discovery in Fiore and DeBlanc's hotel room. Cassidy and Jesse make amends with the former helping Jesse with using the Heaven's phone to find God.

#10 "Call and Response" - July 31, 2016

Tulip comes back looking for Jesse, and finds him in an unusual place. Sheriff Root interrogates Cassidy for Eugene's whereabouts. Carlos' betrayal comes to light and revenge comes to the fold. After deliberation, Tulip and Jesse decide what to do with Carlos. While the police move in to where they think Jesse is, Donnie, Tulip, Betsy, and Jesse make preparations for the call to God. Though Quincannon shouts his issues with the existence of God to the crowd, Jesse attempts to make the call with technical issues. God eventually shows up to answer the crowd's questions, but Jesse has questions of his own. With Genesis, Jesse gets "God" to reveal that God is missing and no one knows where he is. With people's faith shattered from the call, consequences for the townspeople happen in various ways. While at a diner, Jesse's new plan is to travel and find God.

 

"Preacher" Season 2 Episodes (2017)

AMC aired a marathon of the first 5 episodes of Preacher from June 30 to July 1, 2016, with bonus behind-the-scenes footage within each episode.

Episode #1: "On the Road" - June 25, 2017

Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy start their journey to find God, which is quickly put on hold after a police car flags them down and they go on a car chase involving multiple police cars. When they stop due to empty gas, Jesse uses Genesis to make the police officers do embarrassing things, but they are abruptly interrupted by the Saint of Killers who begins massacring all of them. Barely getting away, the trio make their way to Mike, a religious scholar that Jesse knows through his father. Mike reveals that a local strip club manager has supposedly seen God frequent the strip club. Mike later kills himself when the Saint of Killers arrives shortly after the trio leave, to avoid telling him where Jesse is. At the strip club, the manager is forced to tell Jesse and Tulip that God only came because he liked the jazz music, after she is shot accidentally by a security guard that Cassidy was fighting. At a motel later that night, Jesse sees the Saint of Killers walking up the road, and learns that Genesis is unable to work on him.

#2 "Mumbai Sky Tower" - June 26, 2017

Jesse, Cassidy, and Tulip narrowly escape from the Saint of Killers, learning of Annville's fate in the process. Cassidy then remembers that he saw Fiore on television, now an act at a local Indian-style casino and hotel. It is revealed that after coming back from Hell, Fiore attempted to kill himself after the loss of DeBlanc, but ended up earning a job instead as a novelty act where he kills himself and comes back to life. Upon questioning, Fiore reveals to Jesse and Cassidy that the man hunting them down is the Saint of Killers and that the two angels hired him to kill Genesis. Cassidy promises Jesse he can "convince" Fiore to call off the Saint of Killers. While at the casino, Tulip runs into someone from her past and kills him during a fight. At the bar, Jesse comes to the conclusion that he can find God in New Orleans. Leaving the hotel, Jesse tells Fiore to "find peace." Fiore tells the Saint of Killers that the contract is still valid, and then asks the Saint to kill him, which he does.

#3 "Damsels" - July 3, 2017

Arriving in New Orleans, the trio separate into two groups. Jesse searches several bars in the city asking where he can find God, to hardly any responses. Eventually, he finds a singer in a jazz bar that is later kidnapped by a mysterious group and saved by Jesse. She reveals that someone previously had told her God was missing, and that the man later turned up dead. The woman is later revealed to be an operative for the mysterious group, who confirms Genesis' existence to their boss. In the meantime, Tulip and Cassidy go to a house owned by Denis, a friend of Cassidy's. Tulip gets increasingly nervous, and hides from a black limo driving around. She tells Cassidy that she is hiding from a man named Viktor, whom she previously betrayed. Hoping to end the problem, Tulip allows herself to be found and caught by Viktor's men. Meanwhile in Hell, Eugene is made to relive the memory of the day he became "Assface" repeatedly, with the memory showing that he was not at fault. A fault in Hell eventually pulls him out of the memory and shows him to be in a prison-type location. He learns that his cell's door is unlocked and walks out into a long corridor filled with cells. Calling out for help, Eugene is shocked and terrified to see Adolf Hitler walk out of the cell next to him.

#4 "Viktor" - July 10, 2017

Unaware that Tulip is in danger, Jesse goes to Denis' house and talks to Cassidy about his search. Cassidy notices a man on an infomercial that he recognizes as the actor who played the imposter God who spoke to Jesse's church. They learn that the actor is Mark Harelik (playing a fictionalized version of himself), and go to his talent manager who provides them with a demo reel given to him by the people who hired Harelik to play imposter God. In the tape, Harelik is executed in order to get to Heaven, and Jesse ponders why New Orleans has so many coincidences surrounding his search for God. Cassidy reveals to Jesse that Tulip went to Viktor and may be in danger. Tulip is met with an extremely frosty reception from everyone at Viktor's home, before Jesse arrives to find her. After confronting Viktor, Tulip reveals to Jesse that Viktor is her husband. Meanwhile in Hell, the cells keep breaking down, and in down times, Eugene bonds with Hitler and learns that his worst memory is 1918 Munich, when he met an art gallery owner. The superintendent of the ward meets with Eugene to tell him to act evil because he is in Hell and that they will be watching him, sanctioning deviant behaviour. Upon returning, Hitler is beaten by a fellow inmate, Tyler, with other inmates joining in. Eugene sees the camera and begins to kick Hitler.

#5 "Dallas" - July 17, 2017

In flashbacks, it is shown what happened to Jesse and Tulip after Carlos betrayed them and Tulip lost their unborn child in Dallas. They try to lead a normal life with legal jobs, but fail to get pregnant again. After a while, Tulip secretly resumes her work as a contract criminal. When Jesse finds out that she is back in crime, also learning that she has been taking contraceptive pills all the time, he decides to return to his father's church in order to become a preacher himself, which leads to their breakup. After that Tulip meets Viktor and marries him for his money and power. However, when Dany calls her and tells her that she found Carlos, she leaves Viktor immediately. In the present, Jesse ponders to kill Viktor, while Tulip takes her stepdaughter to Denis's house. However, Cassidy can persuade his friend not to do it, claiming Tulip has never stopped loving him. Instead, Jesse makes Viktor sign the divorce papers. In the evening, the Saint of Killers appears at Viktor's house looking for Jesse and kills Viktor. At gunpoint, his scared daughter, who has been hiding in a closet, tells the murderer that she knows where Jesse is.

#6 "Sokosha" - July 24, 2017

When the Saint of Killers turns up at Denis's home, Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy are just able to escape. At a library, they do research on their pursuer and find out that he has lost his soul. Jesse confronts the Saint and makes a deal with him: He will get him a new soul, so he can enter heaven. Tulip, Cassidy and Denis, who turns out to be Cassidy's son, have to stay behind. Searching for a soul at a voodoo shop, Jesse learns that a Japanese company has taken over the soul-dealing business. It is revealed that Jesse comes from a family called L'Angelle, who somehow used to be involved in this. Being unable to find a matching soul in the company's armored truck, Jesse finds out that his own soul does. So he extracts 1% of it and gives it to the Saint just in time. Jesse disarms the Saint of Killers, locks him in the armored truck, and drives it to a place called Angelville, where he sinks it in a swamp.

#7 "Pig" - July 31, 2017

In Vietnam, Herr Starr investigates the case of a floating pig, which has generated media exposure, and resolves the matter by ruthlessly killing everyone involved. In flashbacks, it is shown how he joined a powerful organization called the Grail, which preserves the lineage of Jesus Christ for the apocalypse and fights relentlessly any conflicting lore. Meanwhile in New Orleans, Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy participate in a game where people get shot at while wearing a bulletproof vest and trick the other players in order to rob their money. Afterwards, Denis tells his father that he is dying from congestive heart failure and wants to be turned into a vampire to survive, but Cassidy declines. While Tulip suffers from nightmares about the Saint of Killers, Jesse has second thoughts about having sacrificed part of his soul for his friends and discusses the matter with a street preacher. Herr Starr is given the information on his phone that his next target is Jesse.

#8 "Holes" - August 7, 2017

In Hell, Superintendent Mannering knows one prisoner isn't supposed to be there, due to the drain on the central generator, and vows to learn who it is. Sensing that it is Eugene, Hitler trips another prisoner and Eugene helps the downed person stand. His good deed gets him tossed into the "Hole", where he is shown a memory of Tracy telling him that she promised herself to God and kissing Jesse. Eugene later returns to his cell, and Hitler promises to help him escape. In New Orleans, Denis' health worsens, and he insists that Cassidy make him a vampire. Jesse takes the audition video to have it analyzed, and Tulip accompanies him to buy a refrigerator for the apartment. The technicians can only see the serial number of the gun in the video has been filed off and the reflection of a coffee pot. While Tulip waits for the installation, she notices a bullet hole through the adjacent apartments. She follows its path, ending at the apartment of Herr Starr's operative, Lara Featherstone, who has been surveilling her neighbors.

#9 "Puzzle Piece" - August 14, 2017

The agents of the Grail discover evidence of Jesse's power, but being disinterested, Herr Starr orders them to kill Jesse. After a whole Grail SWAT team fails, Herr Starr is advised to activate "B.R.A.D." in order to complete the task. During the fight with the soldiers, it turns out that Cassidy has turned Denis into a vampire after all. While B.R.A.D. is readied, Herr Starr starts to take an interest in Jesse, after finding out that he's searching God, and starts reading his file for the first time. B.R.A.D., revealed to be a combat drone, has been activated and is about to blow up Denis' apartment with a missile, when Herr Starr calls the mission off, having found something of interest in Jesse's file. The missile destroys Harry Connick Jr.'s house instead, killing the singer. Herr Starr meets Jesse at a bar and offers help in the quest for God.

#10 "Dirty Little Secret" - August 21, 2017

While the female Grail agent, who's been surveying Denis' apartment, worms her way into Tulip's confidence in order to make mischief, and Cassidy bonds with his son, who appears to have no control over his vampire desires, Jesse repeatedly uses his powers on Herr Starr to make him reveal the true nature of the Grail. He learns that it was the Grail who hired and killed the God imposter. However, it becomes clear that neither the organization, nor the Christian religious leaders know God's whereabouts. In the end, Jesse meets the latest descendant of Jesus Christ, a retard from inbreeding called Humperdoo, who's clearly unfit to fulfill the role of the new Messiah. Herr Starr suggests that Jesse should use his powers to fill the gap left by God missing, which Jesse declines, relying on his friends. In the meantime, Tulip has been manipulated to find the weapons of the Saint of Killers and wants to confront Jesse about it.

#11 "Backdoors" - August 28, 2017

In flashbacks, a teenage Jesse is submerged by his grandmother L'Angelle in a pond locked inside a coffin to break his will. In the present, when Jesse and Tulip have the armored truck raised from the swamp, the Saint of Killers seems to have disappeared, leading to tensions within the group. Herr Starr reveals his plan to replace the retarded Messiah with Jesse to his agents. Jesse has an intuition that the man in the dog costume, whom he met briefly when he first started his search for God in New Orleans, might have been the Almighty after all. However, when he returns to that place, the person is no longer there. Tulip tries to have the weapons of the Saint melted down, but finds out they cannot be destroyed; she then sends them to Brazil by mail. After playing a recording of Jesse's prayers to him, including the one where he begged for his father's death, Herr Starr repeats his offer of Jesse taking over God's job, which Jesse declines again. As a consequence, it is revealed that the armored truck has been swapped by the Grail, and the Saint of Killers is released by an operative on Starr's order. In Hell, after having seen Hitler's worst memory of his last day as a good person, Eugene accepts his help to escape and they enter the "Hole" for a backdoor together.

#12 "On Your Knees" - September 4, 2017

In the "Hole" in Hell, Hitler tells Eugene that he has to prove that he does not belong there in order to find the backdoor. After Eugene stands up to his father, Sheriff Root, in one scenario of Tracy's suicide, they can escape through a shaft. In a flashback, it is shown how the Grail secured the cooperation of the Saint of Killers by freeing him of his new soul, thus restoring his powers. Meanwhile, Jesse declares that he does not want to think about God anymore. After his release, the Saint of Killers attacks Jesse and his friends at Denis' apartment, injuring Tulip, Cassidy and Denis in the process, but is stopped by the superintendent from Hell, who threatens to put his family in Hell. As a result, she takes him with her, telling Jesse that he is fortunate to have Herr Starr on his side. Back in Hell, the Saint demands to meet Satan. The ambulance that Jesse uses to take his friends to the hospital belongs to the Grail and brings Tulip and Cassidy to Herr Starr, who reveals his plans for Jesse to them, also telling them that Jesse does not really care for them. After watching a news on TV, in which the Pope announces God's disappearance and the coming of the Messiah (Humperdoo), Jesse draws the conclusion that he has no other choice but to take over God's job. He calls on Herr Starr, who then kneels before him.

#13 "The End of the Road" - Sept. 11, 2017

In a flashback, the teenage Jesse steals money from tourists in Angelville and is bullied by the men who work for his grandmother. When he kills a chicken in a fit of rage, he asks his grandmother to revive the animal. However, she tells him that it comes at a price. In the present, Jesse holds his first filmed speech as the new Messiah in front of a school class, when armed Armenians storm the room and are defeated in hand to hand combat by Jesse. Afterwards, Herr Starr tells him that the attack had been staged and that the video is going viral. Next, Jesse is supposed to appear as a guest in Jimmy Kimmel's talk show, but Jesse claims that this is not what he had intended. In the end, Herr Starr enforces Jesse's cooperation by showing him the vial containing his soul fragment. Cassidy realizes that Denis cannot control his own vampire desires and kills his son by exposing him to sunlight. After Tulip uncovers that Lara Featherstone has been spying on the group, she is shot fatally by her. When Genesis does not work to save Tulip, Jesse prevents Cassidy from turning her into a vampire, leading to her death. Jesse and Cassidy drive her body to Angelville, where the resurrected chicken is still alive. When Eugene and Hitler manage to escape Hell, Hitler bolts immediately. In a motel room with the Man Dog costume, God emerges from the bathroom.

 

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