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Watch the First Three Episodes of “The Mist” Right Now!!

While Spike TV premiered the awesome pilot presentation to Stephen King’s “The Mist” last night, the cable channel has posted the first three episodes to their official app this morning. Yes, by clicking here you can watch them immediately! They will only be available until July 6th.

When the residents of Bridgeville, Maine find themselves engulfed by a foreboding mist containing a myriad of inexplicable and bizarre threats, their humanity is put to the test in “The Mist”, the new 10 episode serialized drama that premiered last night on Spike. We loved the pilot, explaining that it “weaves a web of drama and paranoia.”

Based on a story by Stephen King, the story centers around a small town family that is torn apart by a brutal crime. As they deal with the fallout an eerie mist rolls in, suddenly cutting them off from the rest of the world, and in some cases, each other. Family, friend, and adversaries become strange bedfellows, battling the mysterious mist and its threats, fighting to maintain morality and sanity as the rules of society break down.

The series stars Morgan Spector, Alyssa Sutherland, Frances Conroy and Gus Birney, with Danica Curcic, Okezie Morro, Dan Butler, Darren Pettie, Isiah Whitlock, Jr., Russell Posner, and Luke Cosgrove.

What did you think of the premiere?

 



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  • I was intrigued enough to go ahead and dive into these next two episodes. Some of the characterization is a bit ropey, but that could even out in the next few episodes. However, Frances Conroy is way beyond perfect. She turns the simple act of staring at a computer screen into captivating television.

    • AgainstMe

      No need to elaborate on this gigantic heap of steaming poop.

      • James

        That it is. Not even Frances could save this thing so far. She’s not even that good in it herself.

  • J Jett

    much to my surprise i didn’t hate the first episode but i didn’t love it either. it was very meh…
    i did like the friendship between the daughter and her bi/gay guy friend though. i’ll watch the next 2 eps later today and hopefully it will get better. i already think there’s a tad too much Hallmark Channel/Lifetime Channel-ish type of melodrama.

  • CG

    Absolutely cringeworthy. Frances Conroy is incredible, though — i’m going to keep watching just because I’m curious to see what she’ll do. Might she become the Mrs. Carmody figure?

  • Joshua Wiles

    Loved it. Especially loved when that nasty woman at the mall got what she had coming to her.

    • James

      Well that was the one good thing in this show.

  • Mike Jackson

    Just watched the first episode, terrible first episode script, worst acting ever, just cringe worthy, i was a huge fan of 2007 The mist so i was looking forward to this one sadly it just sucked so much.

  • J Jett

    ok, just finished up eps 1-3 and i don’t hate the show. there are some things that are decent about and some characters i actually like. my faves thus far are the drug addict woman, the black soldier guy and the bi/gay teen dude. the whole rape storyline is god awful and shouldn’t be in this show.

    • Satanzilla

      Hey J help me out with something. I watched the first EP until the deputy gets attacked …

      SPOILER FOLLOWS

      and when it seemed clear the mist was turning living things homocidal I turned it off immediately. If that’s what they’re turned The Mist into, I am 1000% not interested. Am I wrong or is that what the mist is, crazy sauce?

      • J Jett

        Satanzilla, there has been a couple(?) of instances of someone getting so freaked out and then going and killing another person (with a gun) but there’s also been at least 3 insect attacks on people (one attack even sort of turns a victim into a human/insect hybrid thing). i guess this show will keep using insects (to admittedly gnarly effect) as it’s “monsters” unlike in the film where there were ginormous/large monsters as well as small ones. but i can see why you’d think it was just human on human type of gig.

        don’t get me wrong, the show and it’s insect attacks aren’t all that but weirdly enough i’ve found enough in it to keep my attention. the 3rd ep has the best creature attack (the hybrid thing) yet it’s also the most boring. 🙂

        • Satanzilla

          Thanks JJ, I am absolutely skipping it. The Mist without its interdimensional monsters is, for me, nada.

          • J Jett

            i do not blame you! also the Lifetime Channel-ish melodrama (a teen rape, homophobia, etc. etc. is completely unnecessary and is handled so amateurishly/heavy handedly) is pushing my patience. LOL.

          • Satanzilla

            I feel that, all of it. I was willing to put up with it for the payoff of weird shit from another dimension, but I think they forgot to make the show interesting.

          • James

            Good call. This show is immediately starting as CW/Lifetime horror. They should have just left it alone.

      • Jimmy Cthulhuhan

        There is the “craziness” thing added to the mix, but a dog being obliterated in the opening scene, the spoiler image above of butterfly boy… people being sucked away into the mist… all kinda hints that there are in fact other worldly monsters at play. Way too early to tell (even with 3 episodes, much less 1) if there’s anything bigger/from the book/movie, that’d be something they’d hold back for a much later date/season finale cliffhanger or somethin.

  • DirkShadows

    ‘”Sorry” this video is unavailable from your location’. the usual Xenophobic excuse.

  • Jimmy Cthulhuhan

    I expected the worst coming in, but I surprisingly enjoyed it so far. A couple of trite subplots, and for some nitpicky reason the blurry mist fx annoy me, but the good outweighs the bad.

  • Sanger

    Poorly written cultural marxist propaganda, ie; gender fluidity, islamophobia, atheistic promotion/christian mockery, rapey jocks. Also poorly executed. Thumbs down, they cant make the story believable with their agenda.

    • kaffe kopp

      Actually, both me and my gf got the impression that the feminist twat was the rapist. Especially in ep03.

    • Colin Christian

      Wasn’t the crazy christian in both the book and film? I dunno about you,but the small town that I live in has gay people and at least one transgender person that I know of,perhaps this is just the norm and not part of an agenda?

    • Satanzilla

      Yes because if there’s one thing Marx was big on, that was gender fluidity.

      • Sanger

        Look up the Frankfort school. When you get educated, get back to me. Otherwise, your ignorance is painful to read.

        • Satanzilla

          Your tin hat is ready, Mr. Sanger.

  • James

    Oh man the first episode alone was so painfully cliche. It’s like a cw version of the mist.

    • Mehliens

      I agree, my eyes rolled back so much it gave me headaches

    • Simon Allen

      Uh isn’t that basically what is is ?
      Surely none of us were expecting great art …..we had the movie for that.

      • James

        Uh yes it is. The movie was far from great art and the tv show is atrocious based on the initial episode.

  • Simon Allen

    As a pretty low budget TV show aimed at the mainstream (not King fans or horror aficionados) I don’t think It does too badly.
    The Mist effects are pretty poor but the performances and the tension isn’t bad .
    I binged all 3 and I will watch the rest …..rather this than the terrible Preacher or the boring Outcast .

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