Lucky Hank Season 1 Episode 3: Preview, Release Date and Storyline


Lucky Hank Season 1 Episode 3: Preview, Release Date and Storyline


Bob Odenkirk has returned to AMC with a new character in Lucky Hank, following the immense success of Better Call Saul. Professor Hank Devereaux, who juggles a midlife crisis with his obligations as the head of the English department at an impoverished college, is portrayed by the actor in this black comedy series.

The program is based on Richard Russo’s novel Straight Man, published in 1997. It debuted on AMC on March 19 and has captivated the audience with its offbeat and humorous comedy.

The next episode is now being anticipated by fans. When will the third episode of season one of Lucky Hank premiere? Find out further below.

Lucky Hank Season 1 Episode 3 Release Date and Time

The third episode of the first season of Lucky Hank will Release on AMC on April 2 at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET. The title of the forthcoming episode is Escape.

Lucky Hank Season 1 Episode 3 Release Date and Time

The author is Adam Barr. The first season of the show will consist of eight episodes that are published every Sunday. The series finale will air on May 7.

Those without cable access can view the show on AMC+. Fresh episodes are made available on the streaming service the same day they air on the cable network. AMC+ costs $8.99 per month or $83.88 per year, tax not included. It also provides new users a seven-day free trial.

Lucky Hank Season 1 Episode 3 Preview

AMC has released a teaser for the upcoming episode, which promises more danger for Hank and more entertainment for the audience.

Lucky Hank Season 1 Episode 3 Preview

Hank spirals when a storage pod containing his father’s stuff is delivered to his front yard, and academics spin when rumors of budget cuts threaten their tenured positions.

Mireille Enos will play Lily Devereaux, Cedric Yarbrough will play Paul Rourke, Diedrich Bader will play Tony Conigula, Olivia Scott Welch will play Julie Devereaux, Sara Amini will play Meg Quigley, Suzanne Cryer will play Gracie DuBois, Nancy Robertson will play Billie, Arthur Keng will play Teddy, Alvina August will play June, and Haig Sutherland will play Finny.

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Lucky Hank Season 1 Storyline and Plot

William Henry “Hank” Devereaux, Jr., the improbable English department chairman at the poorly underfunded Railton College in Pennsylvania’s rust belt, is having a midlife crisis, according to the AMC synopsis of the show.

“Just as Hank’s life begins to unravel, Lily begins to doubt her destiny as vice principal of the local high school and the decisions she has made.

The series is an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Russo’s novel Straight Man, which was inspired by his own teaching experiences at universities.

The creators of the program are Paul Lieberstein and Aaron Zelman. The series was produced by Sony Pictures Television Studios, with executive producers Bob Odenkirk, Paul Lieberstein, Aaron Zelman, Peter Farrelly, Mark Johnson, Richard Russo, Naomi Odenkirk, Marc Provissiero, and Jessica Held.

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