Tom Swift season 1, episode 10 preview, release date and where to watch online

July 27, 2022
Jonathon Wilson 0
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This article is a preview for Tom Swift season 1, episode 10, and contains details of the release date and where to watch online. 

After a year and a half, Tom Swift has finally debuted on the CW. Initially introduced as a spin-off from the network’s Nancy Drew, the series, based on the Stratemeyer Syndicate book series, introduces the titular brilliant, unimaginably wealthy inventor. Co-created by Nancy Drew showrunners Noga Landau and Melinda Hsu Taylor and Empire writer Cameron Johnson, the new series deliberately subverts the classic take on the character by reimagining him as a gay, Black billionaire.

Below is everything we know about the latest episode of Tom Swift, including release date and time, where to watch online, cast information, and the trailer.

Tom Swift season 1, episode 10 release date

Episode 10 will be released on Tuesday, August 2, 2022, at 9 pm ET/PT. We do not anticipate any changes to the schedule yet.

Where to watch Tom Swift online

Viewers can watch Tom Swift on The CW on the date above.

How many episodes will the series have?

In total, Season 1 will have thirteen episodes, with the network releasing one episode a week. This release schedule is subject to change, though.

And more importantly, who is the cast?

Over a year after being introduced in Nancy DrewTom Swift debuts with its own cast, which is designed to be deliberately subversive when held up against the dated (and somewhat controversial) source material.

  • Tian Richards will play the titular Tom Swift.
  • Ashleigh Murray will play Tom’s best friend Zenzi.
  • Marquise Vilson will play Tom’s bodyguard, Isaac.
  • LeVar Burton will play Tom’s AI, Barclay.
  • April Parker Jones will play Tom’s mother, Lorraine.
  • Albert Mwangi will play Rowan, a dangerous and mysterious man whose path will intersect with Tom’s.

Is there a trailer?

There is! Here: