This is When New Episodes of the Prime Video Spy Sequence Come Out
The primary chapter of Citadel’s international takeover—or so Amazon Prime Video desperately hopes—is right here, with the rollout of the primary season of the spy thriller starring Richard Madden and Priyanka Chopra Jonas. The story follows the collapse of the top-secret worldwide spy group Citadel, and the repercussions within the lives of brokers Mason (Madden) and Nadia (Chopra Jonas) as they battle in opposition to the rise of Manticore, the coalition behind Citadel’s fall. In different phrases: The sequence is making an attempt onerous to imitate the texture of Bond with out the person himself, due to this fact making the absence of 007 all of the extra noticeable.
Nonetheless, there’s sufficient of an engine propelling the present ahead that Madden and Chopra Jonas are already planning to return for season 2. Because the early episodes make their preliminary impressions, right here’s when and find out how to tune in for extra.
When do new episodes of Citadel come out?
The six-episode first season will end its rollout by the top of Might. The primary two entries are already obtainable on Amazon Prime Video, with every subsequent episode dropping each Friday by way of Might 26.
- Episode 1, “The Human Enigma,” streaming as of Friday, April 28
- Episode 2, “Spies Seem in Night time Time,” streaming as of Friday, April 28
- Episode 3, “Infinite Shadows,” streaming Friday, Might 5
- Episode 4, streaming Friday, Might 12
- Episode 5, streaming Friday, Might 19
- Episode 6, streaming Friday, Might 26
How can I watch Citadel?
If you have already got an Amazon Prime account, then you have already got a Prime Video subscription and might tune in from the corporate’s web site or app. When you don’t, you’ll wish to enroll; as a result of the sequence is a Prime Video authentic, you’ll want Prime so as to watch. Welcome to the two-day delivery life, tremendous spies!
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Lauren Puckett-Pope is a employees tradition author at ELLE, the place she primarily covers movie, tv and books. She was beforehand an affiliate editor at ELLE.