The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Episode 5 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Episode 5

The coming-of-age drama on Prime Video has its roots in Holly Ringland’s novel of the very same name. The drama tells the tale of a little girl who experiences an unfortunate series of occurrences that are both violent and traumatic. The initial three episodes present Alice and lay the groundwork for her narrative by depicting her early life, during which she was subjected to physical assault from her dad.

When her parents pass away, we then see her relocate to her grandmother’s home on a farm. Alice discovers more regarding her parents, their background, and the reason they left the farm as she embarks on an adventure of her own.

As Alice sets out on a journey away from the farm and encounters the difficulties that her mother did decades ago, it also shapes her personality. The series, which spans many years of Alice’s life, showcases how she attempts to overcome her difficult and violent childhood and ultimately finds herself in a life-or-death struggle with a man she loves dearly.

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 Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Episode 5 including its release date, time, and where you can watch this.

Where Can I Watch The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart?

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart is available on Amazon Prime Video and it is the only place you’re going to be able to watch this one.

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Episode 5 Release Date

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Episode 5 will release on Friday 18th August at 3 am (ET) and 8 am (GMT). The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart should drop with subtitles available too. Episode 5 is likely to clock in at 62 minutes long, which is consistent with the time frame for the rest of the series.

How Many Episodes Will The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Have?

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart has been commissioned to have 7 episodes in total. After releasing 3 at once, we’re back to a straightforward one-episode-a-week deal now. With that in mind, expect there to be 3 more episodes to go.

Is There A Trailer For The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Season 1?

There is indeed! Amazon Prime Video has unveiled a tantalizing trailer ahead of the show’s release, which you can find below:

What Happened In Episode 4?

In episode 4, Alice has undergone a great deal of change, and numerous lies are exposed, setting her off on a new adventure. Alycia Debnam-Carey excels as Alice in her debut episode, despite the need for a better explanation of the time leap.

In the previous episode, we understood that Alice growing up with the group was a terrible choice compared to living with Sally. This episode reveals how that plays out, and as expected, it is terrible. June is extremely controlling, unstable, and a complete mess. Growing up with a group of mentally unstable women is the last thing a child who has lost her parents needs. In this episode, we see the consequences of that.

We’ve got the whole episode covered 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: The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart – Season 1 Episode 4 Recap & Review

What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What’s been your favourite moment of The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart so far? Let us know in the comments below!

3 thoughts on “The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Episode 5 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch”

  1. I have problems with this home-grown “Flower” therapy dealing with real domestic abuse trauma. These women have come to seek refuge, heal, and learn. Professionals with education and training who can provide coping skills and tools are

  2. I agree with the above comment by Nash. I don’t think the flower farm was a terrible place for Alice to grow up. She had much love from many people there… including her dear friend, then love— Oggi. Yes, June we learn is way too controlled g… too fearful of men, it seems— even you g boys. Lying and hiding things — making decisions for others lives in a most horrible way. I’m curious about her relationship with her son… and with his father. We already know we can’t trust her version of the past… so I’m wondering what Jed to such a twisted way of trying to control life around her.
    All characters are so well acted … admire this story, and am enjoying the whole production of it!

  3. I think it was extremely harsh to characterize all the women Alice grew up surrounded by as damaged. Yes, her grandmother turns out to have been very controlling and deceptive, to Alice’s detriment, and l was surprised that Twig had gone along with one of the major deceptions, only to find out there was a worse deception of which Twig was not aware. So, yes, the two core members of the women-centric refuge was not healthy. The other women, however, struggling to come into their own, we’re always supportive and loving toward Alice.

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