The Gilded Age Episode 6
The Gilded Age is the latest period drama to come from the mind of Julian Fellowes. It’s an intriguing look at the class wars of the 1880’s, with a simmering rivalry brewing and plenty of drama to sink your teeth into.
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 The Gilded Age episode 6, including its release date, time and where you can watch this.
Where Can I Watch The Gilded Age?
The Gilded Age is available to stream on HBO. This is an exclusive original series, meaning it’ll also be on the HBO Max app after broadcast too. For those in the UK, this one is set to arrive on Sky Atlantic and NowTV.
The Gilded Age Episode 6 Release Date
The Gilded Age episode 6 will release on Monday 28th February at 9pm (ET). If you missed episode 5, those in the US can actually watch this one on HBO Max.
In the UK you can find this one on Sky Atlantic, airing at 9pm (GMT). Of course, as this is after the US release, do be wary of spoilers across social media! That episode will then be available to watch on catch-up and NowTV – along with the rest of the show.
Episode 6 is titled “Heads Have Rolled for Less” which is expected to be roughly 53 minutes long.
How Many Episodes Will The Gilded Age Have?
Season 1 of The Gilded Age is a 10 episode series, so there are 4 more episodes to go after this one. Expect the story to continue developing the complicated relationship between all of these characters, with the Russell family continuing to grow closer to their goals.
Is There A Trailer For The Gilded Age?
There is indeed! You can find a trailer for The Gilded Age Season 1 below.
What Happened In Episode 5?
Episode 5 sees Bertha, Marian and Aurora all visiting Dansville to hear Clara Barton speak. Interestingly, Marian’s interest in Mr Raikes continues to grow.
There’s also a good deal of drama involving the Russells too, and their ruthless ways of trying to make it to the top of New York’s societal ladder no matter the cost.
What do you hope to see as the series continues to develop its storyline? What’s been your favorite moment of The Gilded Age so far? Let us know in the comments below!