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PREACHER: Season 1, Episode 2: See: Trailer & Clip [AMC]

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AMC’s Preacher See trailer & clip. After what many may consider to have been a moment of divine interaction, outward bound Preacher, Jesse (Dominic Cooper) had a change of heart. On the next episode of Preacher, we find him going elbows deep, with his new commitment to his congregation – baptizing away like a CIA black bag interrogator, out to thwart an imminent terror attack.

No, I didn’t slip my hard drive, on that one – I’m pretty sure the impression of water based torture, for the sake of getting all the right answers, was at least partially intended.

Subversion remains the name of the game, for the series; and even as some haven’t caught on just yet (including Jesse), Tulip (Ruth Negga) will certainly be having fun with the role – even as Emily (Lucy Griffiths) may be first noticing her as a rival hen in the rooster house. Definitely in on it, but definitely not in it for the fun, our ‘divinity’ hunters have managed to catch up to Jesse’s ‘new-found spirit.’ What they see at first, however, seems to leave them puzzled.

As the characters we’ve been introduced to settle in, more or on the way; so more subversion of the things we call ‘good’ are underway (but I’m thinking: no raw meat sex doll).

‘See’ also stars Joseph Gilgun, Ian Colletti, Graham McTavish, Tom Brooke, Anatol Yusef, Derek Wilson, Thomas Barbusca, W. Earl Brown, Ptolemy Slocum, Tim Ransom, Trine Christensen, Marie Wagenman, and Jackie Earle Haley. It airs Sunday, June 6, at 9:00pm EST, on AMC.

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