Bob Odenkirk starrer Lucky Hank has been generating a lot of buzz, particularly due to its fresh storyline and the stellar performances by the star cast. The show follows the story of a college Professor who is struggling with a mid-life crisis amid chaos in his personal and professional life.
The first season of the show is already halfway through, having aired five episodes. Fans are now wondering when would the next episode of the show come out. Continue reading to find out.
Lucky Hank Season 1 Episode 6: Release Date and Time
Lucky Hank season 1, episode 6 will be aired on AMC on Sunday, April 23rd at 6 pm PT / 9 pm ET. The episode has been titled ‘The Arrival’ and has a runtime of around 45 minutes long. It is written by Jasmine Pierce. The first season of Lucky Hank is set to feature eight episodes. The finale is scheduled to air on May 7th.
If you ditched cable and want to stream the show online, you can do so by subscribing to AMC+. Unlike other streaming platforms, which release new episodes simultaneously or a day later than their television premiere, AMC+ airs them earlier.
The upcoming episode will be available on AMC+ on April 20th, three days before its television release. The streaming service has a monthly cost of $8.99. The annual plan is priced at $83.88. There is also a seven-day free trial for new customers.
Lucky Hank Season 1 Episode 6: What to Expect?
AMC has unveiled a synopsis for the sixth episode, which teases that Hank and Tony will be traveling for a conference together. “Hank and Tony travel to an academic conference, where their differing philosophies on work and life cause friction; Lily mediates trouble in Julie and Russell’s marriage,” says the synopsis.
As for the previous episode, The Clock, Hank and Lily were seen hosting the annual dinner for the English department. Meanwhile, we also got to see a glimpse of Hank’s tumultuous relationship with his father. On the other hand, Lily got the Arlyle job, leading to friction between the couple.
Lucky Hank Season 1: Storyline and Cast
Apart from Bob Odenkirk as William Henry “Hank” Devereaux, Jr., the show stars Mireille Enos as Lily Devereaux, Cedric Yarbrough as Paul Rourke, Diedrich Bader as Tony Conigula, Olivia Scott Welch as Julie Devereaux, Sara Amini as Meg Quigley, Suzanne Cryer as Gracie DuBois, and Nancy Robertson as Billie Quigley.
The cast also includes Arthur Keng as Teddy Washington-Chen, Alvina August as June Washington-Chen, Haig Sutherland as Finny, Shannon DeVido as Emma Wheemer, Jackson Kelly as Bartow Williams-Stevens, Daniel Doheny as Russell, Oscar Nuñez as Dean Jacob Rose, Anne Gee Byrd as Laurel Devereaux and Glynis Davies as Leslie.
Lucky Hank is based on Richard Russo’s 1997 novel Straight Man. “An English department chairman at an underfunded Pennsylvania college, Professor Hank Devereaux walks the line between midlife crisis and full-blown meltdown, navigating the offbeat chaos in his personal and professional lives,” reads the series description by AMC.
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