After „Fear the Walking Dead“ Amazon Prime has slammed out of the house AMC, in another genre series and at the German exclusive rights „Preacher^“ secured. Bei der Serie der beiden Schöpfer Seth Rogen und Evan Goldberg handelt es sich um eine direkte Adaption der erstmals 1995 veröffentlichten Vertigo-Comicreihe „Preacher“ um Jesse Custer, a priest, who goes on an arduous journey through the United States, um seinen abtrünnig gewordenen Gott ausfindig zu machen. Unterstützt wird er dabei von chaotischen Weggefährten wie seiner Ex-Freundin Tulip oder dem irischen Vampir. It starts tomorrow, the 30. May and then every Monday each with a new episode of the first season – either in the original or with German synchronization.
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