‘Preacher’ Season 4 Preview: Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy Ready for “Holy War” with The Grail [IMAGES]

Now that viewers have come to terms with the idea of Jesse’s series-long sermon from “The Book of Genesis” coming to a seemingly apocalyptic end with the upcoming fourth season, AMC is giving them three first-look images from their adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon‘s comic book series Preacher.

Here’s a look at the end-of-the-world madness that awaits us when Preacher returns to AMC on Sunday, August 4, 2019, at 9 p.m. ET.; followed by the initial announcement video of the show’s return as well as a teaser overview of the upcoming season:

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Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer – Preacher _ Season 4, Episode 1 – Photo Credit: Lachlan Moore/AMC/Sony Pictures Television
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Ruth Negga as Tulip O’Hare – Preacher _ Season 4, Episode 1 – Photo Credit: Lachlan Moore/AMC/Sony Pictures Television
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Joseph Gilgun as Cassidy – Preacher _ Season 4, Episode 4 – Photo Credit: Lachlan Moore/AMC/Sony Pictures Television

As the series inches closer to the finale, God’s endgame for the universe begins to click into place. Trapped between heavenly prophecies, hellish prisons, and all-out nuclear war, Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy make their bloody way to the Most High. Whether they can reach God in time — or whether all this carnage is part of His divine plan — will soon be revealed as “Preacher” barrels towards the end of the world.

“Preacher stars” Dominic Cooper, Academy Award® nominee Ruth Negga and Joseph Gilgun, along with series regulars Ian Colletti, Graham McTavish, Pip Torrens, Julie Ann Emery, and Noah Taylor.

When we last left The Saint of Killers (Graham McTavish), he was marching out of Hell and heading straight for a showdown with Jesse (Dominic Cooper), Tulip (Ruth Negga), and Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun). Doing his best Lone Wolf and Cub homage with a still-brooding-over-being-in-Hell-for-no-reason Arseface (Ian Colletti) in tow, The Saint is looking to engage in a high-body-count airing of grievances – and if even Satan himself couldn’t stop the cursed gunslinger, what chance does even a Genesis-fueled Jesse have?

Except that Jesse and Tulip are on their way to save a captured Cassidy from the clutches of a now feeling very scorned Herr Starr (Pip Torrens) and the unholy might of The Grail.

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Joining the cast during the final season as a series regular is actor/musician Tyson Ritter, frontman for The All American Rejects – but in this universe, we know him better for his will dual role of Jesus Christ and modern messiah-wannabe Humperdoo, previously appearing in five episodes in a recurring role.

So what’s next for “The Hump”? In season 4, it’s finally His turn to take center stage as God’s Chosen One — and key to His apocalypse. Only one not-so-small problem: after Jesse let loose the “Crisis on Infinite Hemperdoos,” nobody knows where He is. So the race is on — and the apocalypse is off — until this unusual Messiah can be found.

Based on the DC Comics/Vertigo comic book series from Ennis and Dillon, Preacher follows West Texas preacher Jesse Custer, his badass ex-girlfriend Tulip, and an Irish vampire named Cassidy as they embark on a road trip to find God and are thrust into a twisted battle spanning Heaven, Hell and everywhere in between.

Preacher is a co-production between Sony Pictures Television and AMC Studios, and developed for television by Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and series showrunner Sam Catlin. Catlin, Rogen, Goldberg and James Weaver executive produce for Point Grey Pictures. Original Film’s Neal H. Moritz and Ori Marmur and Vivian Cannon, Jason Netter, Michael Slovis, Mark McNair, and Ken F. Levin also serve as executive producers.

About Ray Flook

Proudly serving as TV Editor, Ray started with Bleeding Cool in 2013 as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought aboard as staff in 2017. Counting John Cusack as his pop culture "spirit animal," his "word fu" stays strong as he continues trying really hard to be the sheppard...

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