Venus in The Sky Episode 6 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

Venus in The Sky Episode 6

This is the story of Venus, who takes a break from work. He has been working for three years without stopping, and the exhaustion finally catches up to him. He moves back to his hometown to help his brother at his convenience store. Whilst there, he helps out with small tasks such as deliveries, but one night, he meets a new customer, Sky. 

Sky is a doctor, and even though he is overwhelmed with work, he is always happy. As Venus spends more time with him, they fall in love with each other.

If you’ve been following this one, you may be curious to know when the next episode will release. Well, wonder no more!

Here is everything you need to know about  Venus in The Sky episode 6: its release date, time, and where to watch it.

Where Can I Watch Venus in The Sky?

You can catch the episodes on the 9NAA YouTube channel. As usual, the episodes will be divided into 4 different segments. The show will also be available on IQIYI too.

Venus in The Sky Episode 6 Release Date

Venus in The Sky episode 6 will release on Saturday 7th October at 10:45 pm (IST) / 5:15 pm (GMT). We can also expect English subs from the YouTube release.

Expect episode 6 to be roughly 50 minutes long, which is consistent with the time frame for the rest of the show.

How Many Episodes Will Venus in The Sky  Have?

Venus in The Sky is a 10-episode Thai drama, so we’ve got 4 more episodes to go after this one guys!

Expect the story to continue developing both central characters as the romance and drama bubbles up and unfolds.

Is There A Trailer For Venus in The Sky?

There is, indeed! You can find a trailer for Venus in The Sky Season 1 below:

What Happened In Episode 5?

We’ve got the whole episode covered with our handy (and lengthy) episode recap, with an accompanying review discussing everything that’s happened. You can check that out here:

Read More: Venus in The Sky – Episode 5 Recap & Review

What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What’s been your favorite moment of Venus in the Sky so far? Let us know in the comments below!

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