Poker Face season 1 episodes: How many episodes are in this season?

POKER FACE -- “Dead Man's Hand” Episode 101 -- Pictured: Natasha Lyonne as Charlie Cale -- (Photo by: Phillip Caruso/Peacock)
POKER FACE -- “Dead Man's Hand” Episode 101 -- Pictured: Natasha Lyonne as Charlie Cale -- (Photo by: Phillip Caruso/Peacock) /

Looks like we have a new mystery show on our hands! The Peacock mystery-thriller original series Poker Face is coming to the service on Jan. 26. The show is described by its creator and executive producer Rian Johnson (Knives Out, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery) as a “character-driven, case-of-the-week mystery comedy-drama.”

The show is based on the “howcatchem” format popularized by the NBC crime-drama series Columbo. 

The show is set to star Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll, Orange is the New Black) as Charlie Cale, a detective who has an extraordinary ability to determine when someone is lying. As she goes around the country, and with every stop encounters a new cast of characters and strange crimes she can’t help but investigate and solve. The show will feature a wide range of guest stars who will act as a criminals, accomplices, and possibly potential confidantes in Cale’s cases.

If this sounds like your type of show, you might be wondering how many episodes you can expect to see in this first season of Poker Face. Read on to find out!

How many episodes are in the first season of Poker Face?

The series was given a 10-episode order by the streaming service. The first four episodes will be released on the premiere date, Jan. 26. The rest will follow a weekly release schedule on Thursdays until the finale on Mar. 9.

  • Episode 1 “Dead Man’s Hand?”,  Jan. 26
  • Episode 2 “The Night Shift”, Jan. 26
  • Episode 3, Jan. 26
  • Episode 4, Jan. 26
  • Episode 5, Feb. 2
  • Episode 6, Feb. 9
  • Episode 7, Feb. 16
  • Episode 8, “The Orpheus Syndrome” Feb. 23
  • Episode 9, Mar. 2
  • Episode 10, Mar. 9

The titles for a majority of the episodes have not yet been released yet so we’ll update this post when they are available!

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

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