Three Pines Episodes 7 & 8 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

Three Pines Episodes 7 & 8

Three Pines is the latest mystery drama, adapted from Louise Penny’s Inspector Gamache novels, of which there are 18 in total. The series follows Chief Inspector Armand Gamache as he investigates cases beneath the surface of Quebec village Three Pines. With plenty of secrets, lots of shady characters and more than a few ghosts of the past, Gamache bites off more than he can chew when he arrives.

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 episode 7 & 8 of Three Pines, including the release date, time and where you can watch this.

Where Can I Watch Three Pines?

Three Pines is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. This is an exclusive original series, meaning this is the only place you’re going to be able to watch this show.

Three Pines Episode 7 & 8 Release Date

Three Pines Episode 7 & 8 will drop on Friday 23rd December at approximately 12am (ET), which means it’ll drop at 5am (GMT) in the UK.

Expect these chapters to be around 53 minutes long, and it will also be available with subtitles from release. Plus, with its collaboration with IMDB, expect plenty of trivia, knowledge and extra info to be available throughout too.

How Many Episodes Will Three Pines Have?

Season 1 of Three Pines has been commissioned for 8 episodes, so with that in mind, we’re onto the final double-bill now. Expect Gamache and his team to continue exploring the mysteries in Three Pines.

Is There A Trailer For Three Pines Season 1?

There is indeed! You can find a trailer for Three Pines below.

What do you hope to see as the series marches toward its final weeks? What’s been your favorite moment of Three Pines so far? Let us know in the comments below!

5 thoughts on “Three Pines Episodes 7 & 8 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch”

  1. Agree V. Jordan, I’ve read all 18 books and was hoping the series would track closer to the books. But the books have so much more depth in terms of plot lines, characters, details of scenery and even meals that to try to condense them into 8 hours is an impossible task. I’m trying to watch each episode without the books in mind at all, and my conclusion is ‘meh.’ The books are so. much. better.

  2. Series adapted from books seldom resemble the books. Consequently,I don’t ever watch a TV show or movie based on a book I’ve loved. The book is always better. I loved this series and I’m glad the Canadians are putting a spotlight on what the Christian churches did to their Indiginous peoples,as we Americans are FINALLY doing. Whether the series follows the books is really beside the point. Telling the story of the Indiginous people’s abuse and genocide is far more important.

  3. In my experience, book plots are often just a jumping off place for whichever direction the film/tv people want to go. I don’t ever expect the tv plots to necessarily be entirely faithful to the books, nor do I expect carbon copies of the book characters. In this case, having just watched the first few episodes, I am satisfied enough to have Molina be Gamache, I think he ‘works’, and l look forward to seeing how other characters develop.

  4. I hate it and after watching 10 mins of Ep 5, I had enough. I have read all but the most recent book and found that the series is barely really based on the books. The spirit of Three Pines is nothing like the books, nor are most of the characters, who are also woefully put much in the background and when they do appear they barely resemble the corresponding characters. The story lines so loosely follow the actual plot lines from the books and with the exception of Alfred Molina and Rusef Sutherland the acting is mostly flatlined. This series will please some of the books’ fans, but so far I haven’t found any who are pleased and I don’t feel like the series was created with a full understanding of the books nor with any interest in pleasing the book fans…it clearly is seeking a new audience. I have read that Louise Penny feels like she finally got it “right”, but can hardly believe she really thinks that the series will make fans happy. That being said, they are her characters and her stories and her right to sell them off, but let’s not pretend that the series is anything but very loosely based on either Three Pines, the actual plot lines of the books, or with any real attempt to bring the characters in her book to life. In fact Still Life which was made a few years back is a much closer and better screen adaptation of the actual book even though it was a middling effort, it did at least maintain the integrity of the story and the spirit of the characters – sadly lacking in the series. If I wanted to watch it to its conclusion I would like to think that perhaps the thread of how and why Gamache came to be a target for the Surete’ is part of the story of the missing indigenous people and Arnot’s corruption and crimes against the indigenous people came to be discovered and exposed by Gamache, but I hold little hope that this series is concerned very much with what the books were really about. And if the author is ok with this transaction, it leaves me uninterested in reading the next book.

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