The Curse Season 1 Episode 7 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

The Curse Season 1 Episode 7

The Curse promises to be one of the most intriguing shows of the year. The show comes from the minds of the Safdie brothers, who have written the script and serve as showrunners for Season 1.

Emma Stone is the star attraction of The Curse, which has been classified as a dark satirical comedy. It made its festival debut with three episodes at the New York Film Festival last month and has now made its on-air debut.

Nathan Fielder, who has co-created the show with Bennie Safdie – who also stars as Dougie – has been a constant source of laughs. Although the first half of Season 1 has not gone for the conventional comedy genre setup, The Curse has certainly stood out for its deliciously satirical black humour. The show has proved to be a thoroughly entertaining offering from Showtime, making its presence felt in the primetime slot. 

Here is everything you need to know about The Curse Season 1 Episode 7, including its release date, time, and where you can watch this.

Where Can I Watch The Curse?

The Curse will be available to watch on both Showtime and its streaming partner, Paramount+. While the former will be the cable network to tune into for on-air releases of episodes, the latter will give viewers the option to stream the show. There are no other streaming options as of now for our readers in the US and the UK. 

The Curse Season 1 Episode 7 Release Date

The Curse Season 1 Episode 7 will be released on Sunday, December 24. Expect the runtime to be roughly 42 minutes. Ever since the opening episode, the runtime for subsequent episodes has gone down significantly. The Curse will follow a weekly release schedule until its season finale in January next year. The new episodes of The Curse will be available to stream on Paramount+ with subtitles. The Showtime release will also be with subtitles.

It must be noted here that Paramount+ will be hosting new episodes two days before the on-air release. Episode 7 will be available on December 22 for our viewers in the US. The new episode will be coming on Sunday on Showtime. So all the upcoming episodes will be available to stream on Fridays and watch on the cable network on Sundays. The new episode is titled “Self-Exclusion.” 

How Many Episodes Will The Curse Have?

The Curse Season 1 will have a total of ten episodes. After episode 7, we will be left with three more episodes. We do not expect any scheduling changes from Showtime for the next month. But if there are any, we will be sure to update our readers in this series of preview articles. 

What happened in Episode 6?

In Episode 6 of The Curse, we see the finished version of footage for Episode 1 of Flipanthrophy. Dougie shows the footage to Whitney, who is unimpressed. Although he has incorporated everything she asked for, Whitney feels something is missing. Dougie weighs in with his honest opinion. He says the show doesn’t have any tension or drama and needs infusion. 

He points out that Asher and Whitney’s marriage can be a possible avenue for tension. She agrees with this but Asher is mostly clueless while they shoot at the Espona Fire Station. He lacks screen presence and a camera awareness which relegates him in the packing order below Whitney. Asher is more taken by the mystery of the chicken which mysteriously showed up in the bathroom.

He suspects Dougie but when he reviews footage from the CCTV, Asher is convinced it is not him. In fact, no one is seen placing it in the bathroom. Meanwhile, Whitney tries to sabotage Dougie and Cara’s friendship.

Asher is still obsessed – and frightened – by the sword of Nala’s “tiny curse” hanging over his head. She can correctly guess the amount of nails Asher has under a bucket and then in his hands, which makes him believe that she has psychic powers. 

Is There A Trailer For The Curse Season 1?

There is indeed! You can find a trailer for The Curse Season 1 below.

Are you looking forward to this episode? What are your expectations from the show? Let us know in the comments below.

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