Netflix’s latest weekly k-drama ended its first double-bill in a flurry of lore, handsome production design, and an all-star cast selling some pretty far-out material. As a fantasy, as an unlikely dark comedy, and as a technical showcase, Tomorrow is a pretty intriguing proposition, and since it’s going to be around for the next several weeks, you’re probably wondering how and where you can watch Tomorrow season 1, episodes 3 and 4.
Well, we have plenty of information on that below. And if you missed it, here’s where we’re up to story-wise, courtesy of a quote from my latest recap:
In my recap of the Tomorrow premiere, I made a point of saying that if this show was going to have a problem, it would be tone. And I was right! “Fallen Flower 2”, the second half of the first week’s double-bill, really leaped between knockabout slapstick and serious bullying and trauma with a little too much alacrity for my tastes. It’s still early days yet, so there’s a chance that this is all still the show just finding its feet, but it’s a worrisome complaint given how integral some of the show’s more morbid ideas are to its identity.
Tomorrow season 1, episodes 3 & 4 release date
Tomorrow season 1, episode 3 is slated to release on April 8, 2022, at around 3pm GMT, exclusively on Netflix. Tomorrow episode 4 will air the next day. There are intended to be 16 episodes, airing twice weekly.
Tomorrow season 1, episodes 1 & 2 aired on April 1 & 2.
Tomorrow season 1, episodes 3 & 4 will air on April 8 & 9.
Tomorrow season 1, episodes 5 & 6 will air on April 15 & 16
Tomorrow season 1, episodes 7 & 8 will air on April 22 & 23
Tomorrow season 1, episodes 9 & 10 will air on April 29 & 30
Tomorrow season 1, episodes 11 & 12 will air on May 6 & 7
Tomorrow season 1, episodes 13 & 14 will air on May 13 & 14
Tomorrow season 1, episodes 15 & 16 will air on May 20 & 21
How to watch Tomorrow online
As mentioned above, Tomorrow is available exclusively on Netflix, which is accessible with a subscription. In Korea, the show is an MBC original airing on Saturdays and Sundays.
Is there a trailer for Tomorrow?