The drama's final run premieres this summer.
April 8, 2019
It was announced today that the upcoming fourth season of Preacher will be its last. Co-creator Seth Rogen broke the news on his Twitter account, with a post that also announced a return date for the comic book-adapted drama's final run.
Based on DC Comics' Vertigo comic book series of the same name by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, Preacher follows a conflicted, small-town Texas preacher who is accidentally possessed by a supernatural entity that causes him to develop a highly unconventional power allowing him to command others to do as he says. Joined by his ex-girlfriend and an Irish vagabond, he sets out on a journey to literally find God.
The fourth and final season of Preacher will premiere on Sunday, August 4 on AMC.
04/21/19 at 12:10pm
Mike dobey they filmed the ending and announced that's last season all at once so there's an ending so quit starting shit!!!
04/16/19 at 08:46am
Have the episodes aired? did I miss this? Where did you see it Mike? If they have not aired then the creators have a chance to make an ending. Good or bad is up to them, but at this point they can make an ending.
04/11/19 at 07:39am
Mike dobey -- they hinted at this last year and I think they may have already known this was there last season, so there may be hope for a good ending (fingers crossed). I hope so because this has been such an interesting show, great cast and wild storylines. Loved very season.
04/11/19 at 06:17am
That's fine with me. The show wandered around in season 2 without a lot of focus.
04/09/19 at 12:39pm
@Mike dobey - Thanks. I missed that. Well, we can hope they wrap it up... If not, a very disappointing end to a great start of a show.
04/09/19 at 09:01am
Love, there is no ending , the eps are already filmed.
04/09/19 at 09:00am
Amc does it again. As the episodes are all filmed , lime into the badlands , there will be no ending. This sucks.
04/08/19 at 05:34pm
Preacher really went really off the rails. S1 was brilliant. S2, interesting. This needs to end, and happy it is getting an ending. BTW, writers and producers -- please see that it has a REAL ending too... not some confusing, anti-climax garbage that is justified as "thought provoking." Thanks!