Is The Best Man: The Final Chapters a weekly release or a binge watch?

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Guess who’s back and better than ever? You’ll find out when you tune in to the latest addition of The Best Man franchise. The limited series The Best Man: The Final Chapters is dropping on the streaming service Peacock on Dec. 22.

The series will reunite the original cast of friends from The Best Man (1999) and The Best Man Holiday (2013), including Taye Diggs (All American) as Harper Stewart, Nia Long (NCIS: Los Angeles) as Jordan Armstrong, Morris Chestnut (Our Kind of People) as Lance Sullivan, Harold Perrineau (The Rookie) as Julian “Murch” Murchison, Terrence Howard (Wayward Pines) as Quentin Spivey, Regina Hall (Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul) as Candace “Candy” Sparks, Sanaa Lathan (On the Come Up) as Robyn, and Melissa De Sousa (Black Lightning) as Shelby.

Guest stars include Nicole Ari Parker, Ron Canada, Brandon Victor Dixon, and Michael Genet. The series was created by Malcolm D. Lee, who wrote and directed the original and sequel films.

Since this is a limited series, we unfortunately won’t receive of another season which means that you definitely don’t want to miss this premiere when it happens but the question is, can you watch the series all in one sitting or is it planned to have weekly releases? Here’s what we know so far!

Is The Best Man: The Final Chapter a binge watch or weekly release on Peacock?

According to Deadline, The Best Man: The Final Chapters is releasing all 8 episodes  of the limited series on the same day, Dec. 22. That means you can watch the entire season in one sitting, if you so choose. Or you can space it out over the holiday weekend!

Below you’ll find the episode release schedule as of now.

  • Episode 1: “Paradise” – Dec. 22
  • Episode 2: “The Wedding” – Dec. 22
  • Episode 3: “Brown Girl Dreaming” – Dec. 22
  • Episode 4: “The Invisible Man” – Dec. 22
  • Episode 5: “The Party” – Dec. 22
  • Episode 6: “An American Marriage” Dec 22
  • Episode 7: “Things Fall Apart” – Dec. 22
  • Episode 8: “The Audacity of Hope”, Dec. 22

Watch the series’ trailer below on Peacock’s official YouTube channel:

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