East New York Season 1 Episode 3
East New York follows the recently promoted police captain of East New York, Regina Haywood, as she leads a diverse group of officers and detectives forward to protect the community.
With family in the area, Regina is determined to deploy creative methods to protect those around her. Some of her fellow officers are understandably resistant to change, but our protagonist is steadfast and determined to make a real change.
If you’ve been following this one over the weeks, 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 East New York Season 1 Episode 3 including its release date, time and where you can watch this.
Where Can I Watch East New York Season 1?
East New York is available to watch on the CBS network, as well as streaming online too. This is an exclusive original series, with the service also available to those in the US online via the CBS All Access site. That costs $5.99 per month with “limited” adverts. For an ad-free you’re looking at that increasing to $9.99.
East New York Season 1 Episode 3 Release Date
East New York Season 1 Episode 3 will release on Sunday 16th October at 9.30pm (ET). However for those in the UK and internationally, there’s no official release date for this one yet.
East New York should drop with subtitles available whilst watching on catch-up. Episode 3 is titled “The Small Things” is expected to be roughly 45 minutes long, which is consistent with the time-frame for the rest of the series.
How Many Episodes Will East New York Season 1 Have?
Although CBS haven’t officially announced the number of episodes, given this is a brand new drama dropping this Fall, we’d imagine it’ll have around 10-22 episodes. Once we find more concrete details, we’ll be sure to update this.
Is There A Trailer For East New York Season 1?
There is indeed! CBS have now dropped a promo for the full season, which you can check out below:
What do you hope to see as the series progresses through the weeks? What are you most looking forward to seeing with East New York? Let us know in the comments below!