The Peripheral Season 1 Episode 6
Based on a novel of the same name, The Peripheral is a science fiction show. It follows the life of Flynne Fisher, a young girl living a simple life in a small town. She spends her time indulging in VR video games called sims. One day she and her brother beta test a new sim that introduces them to a fantastic new world.
But this virtual game starts to become all too real. It might just be the future itself…
Expect a thrilling story packed with action, mystery and sinister looking robots. If you’ve been enjoying this show so far, you’re in the right place.
Here is everything you need to know about The Peripheral Episode 6, including its release date, time and where you can watch it.
Where Can I Watch The Peripheral Season 1?
Produced and distributed by Amazon, The Peripheral Season 1 will be exclusively streaming on Amazon Prime Video. The show has a weekly release, with episodes airing every Friday.
The Peripheral Episode 6 Release Date
The Peripheral Episode 6, titled ‘Fuck You and Eat Shit’, will release on Friday 18th November. It will be followed with an episode release on every Friday until the 2nd December. Episode 6 will be about an hour long.
The Peripheral is releasing episodes at about 12 am (ET). This means it will be available at 5am (GMT) and at 9.30am (IST). Expect subtitles to be released along with the episode.
How Many Episodes Will The Peripheral Have?
Season 1 of The Peripheral has 8 episodes with each one about 60 minutes long. As detailed above, the episodes will be available on Amazon Prime Video.
Is There A Trailer For The Peripheral?
Yes, there is! You can find the trailer for The Peripheral below:
What Happened In Episode 5?
We’ve got the whole episode covered with our handy (and lengthy) recap, detailing all the big plot points and discussing the chapter with an accompanying review. You can find that link below:
Read More: The Peripheral – Episode 5 Recap & Review (coming soon!)
What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below!