The First Lady Episode 3
Set in the East Wing of the White House, The First Lady examines many of history’s most impactful and world-changing decisions, helped along by America’s charismatic, complex and dynamic first ladies.
Interweaving public and personal issues, the drama traces three ladies as they make their journeys into the White House, celebrating all their accomplishments and achievements along the way. As one may expect through reading this synopsis, the series is predominant told through the lens of these inspirational women.
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 The First Lady episode 3, including its release date, time and where you can watch this.
Where Can I Watch The First Lady?
The First Lady is available to stream on Showtime. This is an exclusive original series, and at the time of writing there is no way of watching this one in the UK. However, there are plans to release Paramount+ here this summer, where The First Lady is scheduled to be one of those options available.
The First Lady Episode 3 Release Date
The First Lady Episode 3 will release on Sunday 1st May at 9pm (ET/PT). If you missed episode 2, that’s actually airing at 7pm on the same day.
The First Lady drops with subtitles available from release too. Episode 3 is titled “Please Allow Me” and is expected to be roughly 55 minutes long, which is consistent with the time-frame for the rest of the series.
How Many Episodes Will The First Lady Have?
Season 1 of The First Lady is a 10 episode series, so there are 7 more episodes to go after this one. Expect the drama to continue heating up over the weeks as we explore the lives of these three first ladies in the White House.
Is There A Trailer For The First Lady Season 1?
There is indeed! You can find a trailer for The First Lady Season 1 below.
And here’s a sneak peek at what’s coming up in episode 3:
What do you hope to see as the series marches through its drama? What’s been your favorite moment of The First Lady so far? Let us know in the comments below!