With both Walking Dead series on their season and mid-season breaks, #TeamZombie continues its new Zombpocalypse Now podcast by turning the baleful eyes of Mr. Harvey and Mr. Adair onto AMC’s newest supernatural thriller: Preacher.
Season 1, Episode 10: “Call and Response”
Written by Sam Catlin
Directed by Sam Catlin
Timothy: And so we come to the end of the first season of Preacher…
Dustin: And I’ll miss you, Jackie Earl Haley, most of all. Well, and Joseph Gilgun. And Ruth Negga. But Jackie Earl most of all.
Timothy: He was pretty amazing. Of course, considering how the finale ends…
Dustin: Yeeeaaaahhh. We’ll see what happens when this show comes back. In the meantime, we’re doing the Dead of Summer recaps here too, and then, I suppose, we’ll be back with the Fear the Walking Dead ones in a couple weeks. Because life is pain.
Timothy: You know, it could be a better show in the second half of the season.
Dustin: The people at home can’t see how much it physically hurt you to say that, but I can.
Timothy: I can neither confirm nor deny that at this time. Anyway, thanks for listening folks!
Preacher is based on the Vertigo Comics title written by Garth Ennis with art by Steve Dillon, covers by Glenn Fabry. First released in March 1996, the entire run of 75 issues tells the story of Jesse Custer, who suddenly finds himself possessing (or possessed by?) a power, and he finds himself on a journey with former girlfriend Tulip O’Hare and an Irish vampire named Cassidy.
The first season of Preacher aired Sunday nights at 9/8c on AMC.