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News movies & tv series 27 February 2024, 00:39

author: Pamela Jakiel

Where to watch Shogun? Episodes Release Schedule

Shogun will debut today on both streaming and television. Where to watch this promising series? There are several options.

Source: Shogun, Justin Marks, FX Productions, 2024

Shogun, the highly anticipated series, will debut today on television and streaming platforms. This production is a new adaptation of the famous book by James Clavell under the same title and will take viewers to feudal Japan. Many people are certainly wondering where they can watch the series, created by Rachel Kondo and Justin Marks. There are several options, and we hasten to provide an answer.

Where to watch Shogun?

Shogun will premiere today, February 27th, on both television and streaming services. The first two episodes of the ten-episode series will be available to watch on the FX network at 10 PM PT. Subsequent episodes will be released weekly on Tuesdays. It's worth noting that the FX channel is also available on YouTube TV.

The Shogun series will also be available for streaming. Hulu subscribers will find the first two episodes on the platform on Tuesday, February 27th, as well. New episodes will premiere every following Tuesday.

Shogun Release Schedule

  • Episode 1, Anjin - February 27, 2024
  • Episode 2, Servants of Two Masters - February 27, 2024
  • Episode 3, Tomorrow is Tomorrow - March 5, 2024
  • Episode 4, The Eightfold Fence - March 12, 2024
  • Episode 5, Broken to the Fist - March 19, 2024
  • Episode 6, Ladies of the Willow World - March 26, 2024
  • Episode 7 - April 2, 2024
  • Episode 8 - April 9, 2024
  • Episode 9 - April 16, 2024
  • Episode 10 - April 23, 2024

Shogun is a new adaptation of the famous book by James Clavell of the same title. The action of the 10-episode series is set in Japan in the year 1600 and tells the story of Yoshi Toranaga (Hiroyuki Sanada), who must fight for his life after the members of the council of regents unite against him. At the same time, a European ship wrecks near a fishing village. The sole survivor of the disaster is English captain John Blackthorne (Cosmo Jarvis), who has valuable information that could help Toranaga tip the scales of victory in his favor.

Pamela Jakiel

Pamela Jakiel

Finished film studies, graduate of the Faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities at the Jagiellonian University. Her master's thesis was about new spirituality in contemporary cinema. The editor of the Filmomaniak service since April 2023, supports the lead editor and the boss of all newspeople. She used to write for naEkranie. If she's not watching The Ninth Gate for the hundredth time, then she's reading books by Therese Bohman and Donna Tartt for the first time. She prefers gnosis over dread, dramas over horrors, Jung over Freud. She looks for symbolist paintings in museums. Runs long distances, and does even the longer ones on a gravel. Loves dachshunds.