Deadloch Episode 8 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

Deadloch Episode 8

This 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 8 including its release date, time, and where you can watch this.

Where Can I Watch Deadloch?

Deadloch is available on Amazon Prime Video and being an original series, this is the only place you’re going to be able to watch this one.

Deadloch Episode 8 Release Date

Deadloch Episode 8 will release on Friday 7th July at 3am (ET)/ 8am (GMT). Deadloch should drop with subtitles available too. Episode 8 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 1 more episode 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 7?

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 7 Recap & Review

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

6 thoughts on “Deadloch Episode 8 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch”

  1. Patricia, did you actually watch any of the show before making your stupid comment? My guess is not.
    This is one of the greatest pieces of Australian television I’ve ever seen, and that’s a pretty high bar, there has been some classics.
    Contrary to Patricia’s idiotic comments about Amazon and other strawman argument nonsense, the Deadloch series is absolutely spectacular, with twists, turns, and a gritty crime side to what is absolutely top shelf Australian comedy from two of the most brilliant minds in Australian comedy, that is, of course, the Kates.

    The Katering Show was absolutely brilliant, but this. This is monumentally brilliant.
    Some of the characters are absolutely archetypal and almost comical in how ‘over the top’ they are. It’s intentional. Everything the Kates have written in this show is intensely deliberate, intentional, and designed purposefully, and anyone who actually sits down and watches it for more than a minute long enough to form a proper information and fact-based opinion on it, and is familiar with their work, knows this.

    Absolute brilliant from the best in the business.
    Sitting here literally refreshing and wasting time until the final episode, Episode 8 comes out, so I can be relieved of this brain-busting torment. SO MANY THEORIES.

    Recommend. 5 potato cakes mate out of 5 potato cakes mate.

  2. I need to wait until the 7th for the last episode? You’re torturing me!
    Just love the cast. New people and great acting. Amazon 👏👏👏for you..

  3. I find the program captivating. I love the characters even the over dramatic Detector Radcliffe. There are so many stereotypes depicted here and the plot really keeps you guessing. It’s a standout mini-series that bears no resemblance to typical, run-of-the-mill plot lines. I would love to see a season 2 with the same characters.

  4. If the treatment of Deadloch, by Amazon Prime, is the state of TV production today, stick with over-the-air TV. If we want quality television, we will have to make it abundantly clear that commitments for full seasons, true endings, and built-in-stone release dates must be made and kept. Amazon would like to offer the pandemic as an excuse. I am certain they will try to milk that cow long into the future, if we let them. Amazon has more money and size and employees than all the earthly gods put together. Hold them to a much higher standard or disappointment will reign.

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