Deadloch Episode 4 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

Deadloch Episode 4

The Australian crime comedy series revolves around senior sergeant Dulcie Collins, as well as detective Eddie Redcliffe, as they look into a string of murders and their strange circumstances.

Since Dulcie and Eddie are such polar opposites, finding the murderer is frequently made more difficult by their difference in temperament. With a dash of humor, the show dives into serious matters like gentrification, death, and grief.

If you’ve been following this one, you may be curious to find out when the next episode is releasing. Well, wonder no more!

Here is everything you need to know about Deadloch Episode 4 including its release date, time, and where you can watch this.

Where Can I Watch Deadloch?

Deadloch is available on Amazon Prime Video and it is the only place you’re going to be able to watch this one.

Deadloch Episode 4 Release Date

Deadloch Episode 4 will release on Friday 9th June at 3 am (ET) and 8am (GMT). Deadloch should drop with subtitles available too. Episode 4 is likely to clock in at 62 minutes long, which is consistent with the time frame for the rest of the series.

How Many Episodes Will Deadloch Have?

Deadloch has been commissioned to have 8 episodes in total. After releasing 3 at once, we’re back to a straightforward one episode a week deal now. With that in mind, expect there to be 5 more episodes to go.

Is There A Trailer For Deadloch Season 1?

There is indeed! Amazon Prime Video have unveiled a tantalizing trailer ahead of the show’s release, which you can find below:

What Happened In Episode 3?

We’ve got the whole episode covered with a lengthy recap that touches on all major plot points and discusses the chapter with an accompanying review. You can find that link below:

Read more: Deadloch Episode 3 Recap & Review

What do you hope to see as the series progresses through the weeks? What’s been your favorite moment of Deadloch so far? Let us know in the comments below!

13 thoughts on “Deadloch Episode 4 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch”

  1. I’ve seen 6 episodes and I am loving the series. However I scratch my head at some of the directorial decisions made regarding the character of Eddie. She’s not a feminist rather a weirdly outdated feminisation of outlandish male detectives. Alienated some viewers immediately. Since episode 4 the character has developed to have the same brash qualities, but palatable.

  2. What could be better than this? And my wife, who has totally different tv tastes than mine, loves it also. I agree though, that I want more episodes right away. But I will wait and watch one of the few shows that my wife and I both watch and laugh out loud together while doing so.

  3. I think Eddie is the best part…Or at least one of them. There are a number in the show…good elements coming together I mean. Where’s everyone’s sense of humor?! She’s a powerful feminist statement that challenges the male asshole stereotype. It’s refreshing and in my opinion, quite intelligent writing to see a female character have a crack at it. And do it with such aploum. Actress is perfect for the role. I almost fall off my seat laughing out loud. I mean there’s something wrong with you if you can’t appreciate a good fart joke.

  4. I just started watching this show late last night & finished the four episodes and can’t wait for the other four. What day of the week does the episodes appear on Amazon Prime TV

  5. I just started watching this show late last night & finished the four episodes and can’t wait for the other four. However I would like to know the day that the episodes come out on.

  6. Eddie is repulsive, loud and obnoxious I have to fast forward her mostly as the constant use of the c word is disrespectful and kath is way to needy. Change that up and this show would be at least an eight instead of a four .

  7. I like this serie but i really hate to have to wait a week betweeen each episodes. I’ve get rid of the cable for this reason and now Amazon Prime do like tv cable shows. 😡

  8. Deadloch is one of my favorites. Episode 3 gave me another take on Eddie so I’m thinking she’ll be toned down. Particularly with two men as possible “friends.” Once she finds love she’s bound to be less angry and a better cop partner for Dulcie.

  9. I like this comedy/murder mystery. However, the over the top visiting cop is overly distracting from the great show. If this character could just tone it down a little the flow and true comedy of the entire show could be of more value. Its like Jerry Lewis on meth being dropped into a really great funny midsomer murder mystery.

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