Lessons in Chemistry Episode 6 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where to Watch

Lessons in Chemistry

Lessons in Chemistry Episode 6

Created by Lee Eisenberg and based on the novel by Bonnie Garmus, Lessons in Chemistry is an Apple TV+ drama miniseries starring Brie Larson.

The 1950s set series follows Larson’s character, the brilliant chemist Elizabeth Zott, as she pursues a career in science and ends up landing her own cooking show, called Supper at Six. The show puts her in a unique position to speak feminist messages to her viewers.

If you’ve been following this drama miniseries, you may be curious to find out when the next episode releases.

Here is everything you need to know about Lessons in Chemistry Episode 6, including its release date, time and where you can watch it.

Where Can I Watch Lessons in Chemistry?

Lessons in Chemistry will drop weekly on Apple TV Plus for viewers in the US, UK, and multiple other countries that Apple serves.

Lessons in Chemistry Episode 6 Release Date

Lessons in Chemistry Episode 6 will drop on Apple TV Plus on Friday, November 10th at 12 am (ET). Episode 6 is titled “Poirot” and will run approximately one hour long.

How Many Episodes Will Lessons in Chemistry Have?

Lessons in Chemistry will have eight episodes. Two episodes released its premier week, and now one episode will be releasing every week. With that in mind, we have two episodes left after this instalment.

Is There A Trailer For Lessons in Chemistry?

Yes! You can find a trailer for Lessons in Chemistry below:

What Happened in Lessons in Chemistry Episode 5?

In Lessons in Chemistry Episode 5, Supper at Six is a success, but comes at the cost of stability for Madeline.

We’ve covered the entire episode 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: Lessons in Chemistry – Episode 5 Recap & Review

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

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