Mr. Mercedes Brief Data

Show Language: English

Show Type: Scripted

Premiere date: August 9, 2017

Show network: Audience Network

Show country: United States

Official website: Link

Show runtime: 60 min

Show schedule: Wednesday, 22:00

Show IMDB Link: IMDb Link

Show status: renewed

Show genres:

Drama Crime Thriller
YEAR: 2017
20 EPISODES

Audience Network Renewed Mr. Mercedes For Season 3

Current Show Status: Running

Next Season Status: renewed

Mr. Mercedes Overview & Latest News

Mr. Mercedes is an American 60 minute scripted thriller television series, which kicked off on August 9, 2017, on Audience Network and is broadcast every Wednesday at 22:00. The show is currently in its 2nd season.

Audience Network has officially confirmed the renewal of Mr. Mercedes for Season 3. The exact release date is yet to be announced so far. Sign up to track it down.

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Mr. Mercedes: List of Episodes With Release Dates

Season 2

#TitleRelease Date
02x10Fade to BlueOctober 24, 2018
02x09Walk Like a ManOctober 17, 2018
02x08Nobody Puts Brady in a CrestmoreOctober 10, 2018
02x07Fell on Black DaysOctober 3, 2018
02x06ProximitySeptember 26, 2018
02x05AndaleSeptember 19, 2018
02x04MotherboardSeptember 12, 2018
02x03You Can Go Home NowSeptember 5, 2018
02x02Let's Go RoamingAugust 29, 2018
02x01Missed YouAugust 22, 2018

Season 1

#TitleRelease Date
01x10Jibber-Jibber Chicken DinnerOctober 11, 2017
01x09Ice Cream, You Scream, We All ScreamOctober 4, 2017
01x08From the AshesSeptember 27, 2017
01x07Willow LakeSeptember 20, 2017
01x06People in the RainSeptember 13, 2017
01x05The Suicide HourSeptember 6, 2017
01x04Gods Who FallAugust 30, 2017
01x03Cloudy, With a Chance of MayhemAugust 23, 2017
01x02On Your MarkAugust 16, 2017
01x01PilotAugust 9, 2017

Reviews

Alex Johnson

December 22, 2018 10:57:16

Mr. Mercedes is the kind of show every fan of the thriller genre must see. In my opinion, such a series couldn't appear on ABC, NBC or CBS. Audience Network owned by AT&T started to spread quality video content, including other television hits such as ICE and Condor.

Of course, Mr. Mercedes owes its success to the genius of Stephen King. But nevertheless, the adaptation turned excellent. The ending of Season 2 was gripping and unexpected. However, I suppose those who read the books knew about it. Brendan Gleeson deserves Oscar for his role of Bill Hodges. I think the guys who organized casting made a bet to the right horse. Without a doubt, Harry Treadaway, who played Brady Hartsfield worth praise. But my feelings about this character are ambivalent. On the one hand, he is a 100% sociopath, on the other -- he is a mastermind. He is tricky and ruthless. Of course, even upon his returning from a coma, Brady realized what he was doing. Mr. Mercedes also distinguished thanks to a galaxy of supplemental characters, including even a turtle, Hodges' pet.

Mr. Mercedes is not only a classic cat-and-mouse game between a serial killer and a cop. This is not about who eventually managed to win. It's all about the life and its circumstances. Of course, I neither defend the serial killer nor encourage his genius. For me, it was interesting what events forced his mind to do what he eventually did.

Without a doubt, Mr. Mercedes deserves Season 3. I support the decision of AT&T's Audience Network to pick up the show for another installment. We thereby soon will be witnessing another gripping thriller. But the key idea of my review is that I want to see more quality shows on cable TV. There are lots of them that deserve proper attention. I doubt something like this might appear on the national television. Mr. Mercedes, Condor, ICE, are the shows that forced me to pay attention to Audience Network. By the way, Crackle also spread quality content. StartUp worth your attention as well.