Here Are the Top 5 Moments from Season 1 of ‘Preacher’

AMC's Preacher

One of the best new series of the summer was AMC’s Preacher, the adaptation of Garth Ennis’ beloved comic series from Seth Rogan, Evan Goldberg, and Sam Catlin. A non-stop blast from beginning to end, Preacher‘s first season served, essentially, as a prequel to the source material, ending at the point that the comic more or less begins. Because of this, most of the moments from the season were new to both fans and newcomers alike, and I think the series benefited greatly from this uncertainty.

Now that the first season of Preacher is over, let’s take a look at the top 5 moments from the series’ first ten episodes.


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