Showtime’s Yellowjackets quickly became one of our favorite shows of the year. If you’re not watching the horror-drama, you need to get on it ASAP! Below, we share how many episodes are out so far (at the time of this writing) and how many episodes in total are in season 1.
When Yellowjackets screeners hit our inbox, we were quick to binge-watch them all and couldn’t stop raving about this insane (in the best way) new horror-mystery-drama. The series follows an all-girls New Jersey high school soccer team who fly to Seattle in a private plane to compete in a national tournament. Not long after their plane takes off, it crashes in the Ontario wilderness. They are not found for 19 months, leaving everyone wondering how the few survivors were able to stay alive for that long. There’s little the public knows about what truly happened in the woods. And all the survivors are keeping quiet.
Yellowjackets moves back and forth, showing audiences what happened during their time in the woods and present time, unraveling many secrets and questions.
The series has not been renewed for a second season, and I personally believe it works as a miniseries. But who knows what’s to come in the next several episodes as I have only watched the first six. That said, there are five episodes out so far. Yellowjackets episode 6 premieres on Showtime this Sunday, Dec. 19.
How many episodes are in Yellowjackets season 1?
Whether another season follows or not, Yellowjackets season 1 is set to include 10 episodes. Here, we share all of the episode titles and their planned release dates so you don’t miss a single one:
- “Pilot” streaming now
- “F Sharp” streaming now
- “The Dollhouse” streaming now
- “Bear Down” streaming now
- “Blood Hive” streaming now
- “Saints” coming Dec. 19
- “No Compass” coming Dec. 26
- “Flight of the Bumblebee” coming Jan. 2
- “Doomcoming” coming Jan. 9
- “Sic Transit Gloria Mundi” coming Jan. 16
You can catch up and watch all episodes on the Showtime app. New episodes premiere on the app 12:01 a.m. ET on Sunday and air on Showtime Sunday nights at 10 p.m. ET (right after new episodes of Dexter: New Blood). Will you be watching the episodes as soon as they go on streaming or catch them later in the day?