How to Watch Lucky Hank
Bob Odenkirk is back at AMC and we couldn’t be more excited! The former Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul star’s new series Lucky Hank will make its debut on AMC on Sunday, March 19at 9/8c.
However, AMC+ subscribers can actually watch the series premiere right now, as every episode of Season 1 will be available early on Thursdays. Stream Lucky Hank now on AMC+! In addition to streaming it on AMC+, you can also catch the premiere on BBC AMERICA, IFC and SundanceTV on Sunday, March 19 as part of a four-network simulcast. If you miss the premiere, you can catch up on AMC+ for an ad-free experience or on AMC.com using your cable login.
So what can you expect from this new show from the executive producers of Better Call Saul and The Office? Well, get ready to see Hank (Odenkirk) living his best midlife meltdown. Professor Hank Devereaux is just having one of those decades. He serves as English department chairman at an underfunded college in a ho-hum town where mediocrity prevails. His wife Lily (played by The Killing’s Mireille Enos) has new career goals, there’s impending chaos at work, and his absent father’s retirement looms. With that, Hank spirals into a meltdown taking everyone with him.
Boasting a strong ensemble cast of familiar faces including Diedrich Bader (The Drew Carey Show, Veep), Cedric Yarbrough (Reno 911, Speechless), and Oscar Nunez (The Office, People of Earth), the series is based on the novel Straight Man by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Russo. It was adapted for the screen by Aaron Zelman (Damages, The Killing) and Paul Lieberstein (The Office, King of the Hill), who are also serving as showrunners.
Click here to watch the trailer for Lucky Hank and be sure to set a reminder for March 19th. AMC+ is available on Apple and Android devices, as well as Roku, Amazon Fire as well as Samsung and Vizion smart TVs. You can also stream AMC+ through a variety of providers, including AppleTV, Prime Video Channels, DirectTV, Dish, Roku Channel, Sling, and Xfinity. Sign up for AMC+ now.