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Friday, June 1, 2018

PREACHER Season 3 Trailer Teases Jesse's Gran'ma & Tulip's Resurrection


Welcome home, Jesse.

AMC has released the first teaser trailer for the third season of Preacher, based on the DC Comics/VERTIGO series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon.  The one-minute trailer features the Season 3 Big Bad, Gran’ma Marie L’Angelle (Betty Buckley) and also spoils the resurrection of Tulip O'Hare (Ruth Negga), who was killed at the end of Season 2 but obviously gets better.

The trailer begins with Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper) and Irish vampire Proinsias Cassidy (Joseph Guilgun) abruptly showing up with Tulip's dead body, hoping that Gran'ma will bring her back from the dead.  "Welcome home, Jesse," says Gran'ma.

"Please," begs Jesse, left with no alternative.  "Bring her back.  I'll do anything."

"Anything?" asks Gran'ma.

We see some glimpses of Jesse reuniting with Jody (Jeremy Childs) as he skins an animal, Cassidy sitting in a kitchen with T.C. (Colin Cunningham) and inhaling something from an oxygen mask, a wanted poster of Tulip, Jody and T.C., and Jesse and Gran'ma at Tulip's grave.

"Soon as I get my power back from Starr, we kill 'em all," says Jesse to someone.  "The Grail, Gran'ma..."

Next, we see Cassidy in bed, reading a comic book while wearing just a silky nightshirt and underwear.  "I'm a bloody vampire at a Voodoo Disneyland, I should be their main attraction."

We then see Jody asking the resurrected Tulip, "What was it like?"

"Why does everybody keep askin' me that?" she groans.

"You died and you came back.  What else did they ask about?"

Some more fleeting glimpses, this time of Jonny Coyne as Allfather D'Aronique and Adam Crosadell as Eccarius, a 350-year-old vampire, followed by the Saint of Killers (Graham McTavish) giving Arseface (Ian Colletti) the business.

If you'd like to view the new teaser trailer, you can check it out below thanks to the official AMC account on YouTube....




Preacher
returns to AMC for Season 3 on Sunday, June 24th.

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