SUNDAY, JULY 15th
JESSE RETURNS TO HIS OLD JOB ON AMC'S OUTRAGEOUS DRAMA "PREACHER" AT 10:00PM ET/PT
MONDAY, JULY 16th
PLUM'S FAME BETRAYS HER ON AMC'S TIMELY SATIRE, "DIETLAND," AT 9:00PM ET/PT
"DIETLAND" STAR ROBIN WEINGERT, LGBTQIA ADVOCATE LAVERNE COX AND ACTOR AND ACTIVIST MATT MCGORRY GUEST STAR ON "UNAPOLOGETIC WITH AISHA TYLER" LIVE AT 10:00PM ET/PT
TUESDAY, JULY 17th
THE SYNTHS GO INTO BATTLE ON THE TWO-PART SEASON FINALE OF AMC'S "HUMANS" AT 11:00 P.M. ET/PT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - "Preacher" season three continues on Sunday, July 15th at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. On the fourth episode, "The Tombs," Jesse tests Tulip and Cassidy's faith in him when Angelville brings out his darker side. The episode is written by Mark Stegemann and directed by Wayne Yip.
In Season three, Jesse Custer's quest for God takes him back to the place he's been avoiding his whole life: home. Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy return to Angelville, the Louisiana Plantation where Jesse was raised, and find old grudges and deadly obligations await them. With the help of his friends -- and a few enemies -- Jesse will need to escape his past... because the future of the world depends on it.
"Preacher" stars Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, Joseph Gilgun, Ian Colletti, Graham McTavish, Pip Torrens, Julie Ann Emery, Malcolm Barrett and new series regulars Betty Buckley ("Supergirl," "Split") and Colin Cunningham ("Blood Drive," "Falling Skies"). Jeremy Childs ("The Last Castle," "Nashville"), Liz McGeever ("Star, Nashville"), Jonny Coyne ("Turn," "Alcatraz"), Adam Croasdell ("Reign") and Prema Cruz ("Mozart in the Jungle") are recurring guest stars.
The Sony Pictures Television and AMC Studios co-production was developed for television by executive producer and showrunner Sam Catlin ("Breaking Bad") and executive producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg ("Sausage Party," "This is the End," "Superbad"). The series is also executive produced by James Weaver for Point Grey Pictures, Neal H. Moritz, Ori Marmur, Vivian Cannon, Jason Netter, Michael Slovis, Mark McNair, Garth Ennis, Ken F. Levin and Sara Goodman.
AMC's original series "Dietland," continues with a new episode on Monday, July 16th at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. On the seventh episode, "Rad Fatties," riding high on her brush with fame, Plum's life has a new purpose. However, a date with an unlikely man threatens to topple it all. The episode is written by Nancy Fichman and Jennifer Hoppe-House and directed by Helen Shaver.
Based on Sarai Walker's 2015 best-selling, critically acclaimed novel of the same name, "Dietland" is a wickedly funny and extraordinarily timed satire about Plum Kettle, a ghost-writer for the editor of one of New York's hottest fashion magazines. Struggling with self-image and fed up with how she's treated by her boss and society, Plum sets out on a wildly complicated road to self-awakening. At the same time, everyone is buzzing over news reports about men, accused of sexual abuse and assault, who are disappearing and meeting untimely, violent deaths. Equal parts revenge fantasy and a journey to self-acceptance, "Dietland" is a darkly comedic story that explores a multitude of issues faced by women today.
The series stars Joy Nash ("The Mindy Project," "Twin Peaks") as Plum Kettle, and Golden Globe(R) and Emmy(R) Award-winner Julianna Margulies ("The Good Wife," "ER") as Kitty Montgomery. Marti Noxon ("Mad Men," "UnREAL,") serves as executive producer, writer, showrunner and directs multiple episodes of the series.
The sixth episode of the "Dietland" companion talk show, "Unapologetic with Aisha Tyler" will air live on Monday, July 16th at 10:00 pm ET with "Dietland" star Robin Weingert, actress and LGBTQIA advocate Laverne Cox and actor and activist Matt McGorry as this week's guests.
Unlike a conventional after show confined to the companion series itself, "Unapologetic" will feature Tyler leading a topical discussion around the broader, female-centric issues and themes that "Dietland" explores. Tyler will be talking with celebrity fans, series actors and producers, as well as relevant journalists, writers, comedians and other tastemakers. Embassy Row's Michael Davies, Tammy Johnston and Amanda McPhillips serve as executive producers.
The two-part season three finale of AMC's critically-acclaimed scripted drama "HUMANS" airs on Tuesday, July 17th at 11:00 P.M. ET/PT with back-to-back episodes. In part one of the season finale - written by Melissa Iqbal and directed by Richard Senior - Mattie reveals her secret and spurs Laura back into action Meanwhile Niska's journey takes an unexpected turn, and Leo walks into danger at the Railyard. Then, in the finale episode - written by Daisy Coulam and directed by Richard Senior - in a dramatic showdown Mia, Max and the synths go into battle with humans, while Laura, Niska and Mattie face monumental and life-changing decisions.
The series, penned by writing partners Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley (Spooks, Spooks: The Greater Good), is set in a parallel present and explores what happens when the lines between humans and machines are blurred. "HUMANS" provides a thrilling look at the evolution of technology and its effect on society. Timely and relevant, the eight-episode new season unfolds on a bigger scale than ever before.
Mark Bonnar ("Catastrophe," "Apple Tree Yard") joins series regulars Gemma Chan (Upcoming: "Captain Marvel," "Crazy Rich Asians"), Katherine Parkinson ("The Honorable Woman," "The IT Crowd"), Tom Goodman-Hill ("Mr. Selfridge," "The Imitation Game"), Emily Berrington ("24: Live Another Day," "The Inbetweeners 2"), Ivanno Jeremiah ("Black Mirror," "Doctor Who"), Colin Morgan ("Merlin," "The Fall") and Ruth Bradley ("Grabbers," "Pursuit").
Based on the award-winning Swedish sci-fi drama "Real Humans" created by Lars Lundstrom, "HUMANS" is executive produced by Vincent, Brackley, Derek Wax, Emma Kingsman-Lloyd for Kudos in association with Wild Mercury Productions and Lundstrom and Henrik Widman for Matador Films. Joining Vincent and Brackley in the writers' room is Debbie O'Malley, Namsi Khan, Jonathan Harbottle, Melissa Iqbal and Daisy Coulam. The series is produced by Vicki Delow for Kudos, SVT and Matador Films. The third season was commissioned for Channel 4 by Beth Willis and Simon Maxwell and Kristin Jones for AMC.
AMC is home to some of the most popular and acclaimed programs on television. AMC was the first basic cable network to ever win the Emmy(R) Award for Outstanding Drama Series with "Mad Men" in 2008, which then went on to win the coveted award four years in a row, before "Breaking Bad" won it in 2013 and 2014. The network's series "The Walking Dead" is the highest-rated series in cable history and the number one show on television among adults 18-49 for the last five years. AMC's other current original drama series include "Better Call Saul," "Fear the Walking Dead," "The Terror," "Into the Badlands," "Humans," "Preacher," "The Son," "McMafia" and the forthcoming "Dietland," "Lodge 49" and "The Little Drummer Girl." AMC also explores authentic worlds and discussion with original shows like "Talking Dead," "Talking With Chris Hardwick," "AMC Visionaries" and "Ride with Norman Reedus." AMC is owned and operated by AMC Networks Inc. and its sister networks include IFC, SundanceTV, BBC America and WE tv. AMC is available across all platforms, including on-air, online, on demand and mobile.