The show is now streaming on Peacock. In the meantime, a new Mr. But I’ll confess that I just can’t get into his Bill Hodges trilogy. Mercedes is not a new show. There’s no word on a fourth season yet, but perhaps if enough people watch Mr. It’s probably because I’m just not much of a mystery buff, and the Bill Hodges tales are primarily mysteries, although they do throw a few supernatural elements in here and there. Posted on Sunday, October 18th, 2020 by Chris Evangelista
Mr. Mercedes featurette below goes behind-the-scenes of the show. It’s mostly Mr. I have been for most of my life. King talking about how exciting it is to see someone adapt his words into reality. Mercedes) through a series of letters and e-mails, causing him to set out on a dangerous and potentially felonious crusade to protect his loved ones and himself.” The cast includes Brendan Gleeson, Harry Treadaway, Kelly Lynch, Jharrel Jerome, Mary-Louise Parker, Holland Taylor, Justine Lupe, Breeda Wool, Scott Lawrence, Ann Cusack, Jack Huston, Tessa Ferrer, Maximiliano Hernández, and Nancy Travis. If not, at least the show is now available to a wider audience. But Peacock is sure treating it like one. Mercedes. Mercedes Featurette
I’m a huge Stephen King nerd. The featurette above isn’t very in-depth. Mercedes “follows a retired detective who is tormented by a serial killer (Brady Hartsfield, aka Mr. The Stephen King-inspired series originally aired its first three seasons on Audience Network, and if you’re reading that and thinking, “What the hell is Audience Network?”, you’re not alone! If it does good streaming numbers they might go ahead and order more. Mr. Audience’s loss is Peacock’s gain, as the free streaming service is now making all three seasons available. As a result, I’ve never bothered to watch Mr. Mercedes on Peacock!”, and just hearing the master of horror fiction utter that sentence is very funny to me, so at least there’s that. It also features a moment where Stephen King says “I hope people will binge Mr. To be clear: there are no new episodes on Peacock – just the first three seasons that already aired. But if I had to guess, I’d say that Peacock is trying to decide how big an audience there is for the show now. In fact, the channel doesn’t even exist anymore. It was discontinued in May of 2020. And I’m not sure I could’ve if I even wanted to, since the show aired on Audience, a network I have no idea if I have access to. Mr. Mercedes on Peacock then Peacock will order more episodes. But now the show has moved to Peacock.