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The first season of Preacher premiered on May 22, 2016 and concluded on July 31, 2016. It consisted of 10 episodes.

SynopsisEdit

Fulfilling a promise to his deceased father, one-time outlaw Jesse Custer returns home to West Texas to take over his dad's church. Jesse's mission, however, becomes twisted when his body is overcome by a cryptic force that unleashes within him a highly unconventional power. Together with hell-raising ex-girlfriend Tulip and Irish vagabond Cassidy, the preacher-in-training embarks on a journey to find God in a world inhabited by holy, hellish, and everything-in-between characters.

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EpisodesEdit

0 - "Pilot"
Original air date: May 22, 2016
Story by: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg & Sam Catlin Teleplay by: Sam Catlin
Directed by: Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg
Jesse struggles to escape a past that is slowly catching up to him. A mysterious entity comes to earth, leaving a wave of destruction in its wake.[1]
Guest stars: Derek Wilson as Donnie Schenck Ricky Mabe as Miles Person Jamie Anne Allman as Betsy Schenck Brian Huskey as Ted Reyerson

1 - "See"
Original air date: June 5, 2016
Writer(s): Sam Catlin
Directed by: Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg
Jesse tries to be a "good preacher," unaware that a mysterious duo is after him. Meanwhile we meet the enigmatic Cowboy.[2]
Guest stars: Jackie Earle Haley as Odin Quincannon Ricky Mabe as Miles Person Bonita Friedericy as Terri Loach Ptolemy Slocum as Linus Tim Ransom as Mr. Murphy Gianna Lepera as Tracy Loach

2 - "The Possibilities"
Original air date: June 12, 2016
Writer(s): Chris Kelley
Directed by: Scott Winant
Cassidy helps Jesse explore his newfound power; based on new information, Tulip tries to convince Jesse to seek revenge.[3]
Guest stars: Jackie Earle Haley as Odin Quincannon Ptolemy Slocum as Linus Julie Dretzin as Danni Bonita Friedericy as Terri Loach Gianna Lepera as Tracy Loach

3 - "Monster Swamp"
Original air date: June 19, 2016
Writer(s): Sara Goodman
Directed by: Craig Zisk
Jesse makes Quincannon a bet he can't refuse, Cassidy works to fend off the angels, and Tulip tries to bring justice to Annville.[4]
Guest stars: Jackie Earle Haley as Odin Quincannon Ricky Mabe as Miles Person Nathan Darrow as John Custer Ashley Aufderheide as Young Tulip

4 - "South Will Rise Again"
Original air date: June 26, 2016
Writer(s): Craig Rosenberg
Directed by: Michael Slovis
After his stunt with Quincannon, Jesse is Annville's newest rock star. Tulip and Cassidy connect, and The Cowboy makes a tragic decision.[5]
Guest stars: Jackie Earle Haley as Odin Quincannon Ricky Mabe as Miles Person Jamie Anne Allman as Betsy Schenck Bonita Friedericy as Terri Loach Tim Ransom as Mr. Murphy Justice Leak as MacReady

5 - "Sundowner"
Original air date: July 3, 2016
Writer(s): Nick Towne
Directed by: Guillermo Navarro
Jesse finally comes face to face with DeBlanc and Fiore, and learns about the mysterious entity that has taken over his body.[6]
Guest stars: Ricky Mabe as Miles Person

6 - "He Gone"
Original air date: July 10, 2016
Writer(s): Mary Laws
Directed by: Michael Morris
Jesse's actions alienate and endanger those closest to him as we glimpse into his past and finally learn the root of all of his guilt.[7]
Guest stars: Jackie Earle Haley as Odin Quincannon Nathan Darrow as John Custer Ashley Aufderheide as Young Tulip O'Hare

7 - "El Valero"
Original air date: July 17, 2016
Writer(s): Olivia Dufault
Directed by: Kate Dennis
In a fierce gun battle Jesse faces off against Quincannon and the Meat Men to protect his church, while Tulip tries to save a friend.[8]
Guest stars: Jackie Earle Haley as Odin Quincannon Ricky Mabe as Miles Person Jamie Anne Allman as Betsy Schenck Nathan Darrow as John Custer

8 - "Finish the Song"
Original air date: July 24, 2016
Writer(s): Craig Rosenberg
Directed by: Michael Slovis
Jesse is on the run while those around him face life-altering decisions. The Cowboy returns to Ratwater to exact his revenge.[9]
Guest stars: Jackie Earle Haley as Odin Quincannon Ricky Mabe as Miles Person Desmin Borges as Carlos Tim Ransom as Mr. Murphy Justice Leak as MacReady Tara Karsian as Travel Agent

9 - "Call and Response"
Original air date: July 31, 2016
Writer(s): Sam Catlin
Directed by: Sam Catlin
It is the day the entire town has been waiting for, as Jesse tries to follow through on his promise to get answers from Heaven.[10]
Guest stars: Jackie Earle Haley as Odin Quincannon Jamie Anne Allman as Betsy Schenck Mark Harelik as the Impostor God Desmin Borges as Carlos Ptolemy Slocum as Linus Bonita Friedericy as Terri Loach Gianna LePera as Tracy Loach

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Preacher season 1 poster - The Beginning Is Nigh
Season 1
May 22, 2016 — July 31, 2016
When Texas preacher Jesse Custer is inhabited by the renegade spawn of an angel and a demon, he gains the power to control people with just a word. Now Jesse, his badass ex Tulip O'Hare, and his friend Cassidy (who happens to be a vampire) are thrust into a twisted battle spanning Heaven, Hell and everywhere in between.
"Pilot" "See" "The Possibilities" "Monster Swamp" "South Will Rise Again"
"Sundowner" "He Gone" "El Valero" "Finish the Song" "Call and Response"

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