The Idol release schedule – when is episode 2 out?


Sam Levinson, the creator of Euphoria, is no stranger to controversy; his button-pushing series has received just as much scathing criticism as it has praise. For another programme that is sure to alienate fans, he has now linked up with pop star The Weeknd.

Lily-Rose Depp, who plays an aspiring pop singer in The Idol, has a romance with The Weeknd, who plays the role of a cult leader. Similar to Euphoria, the concept sets it up to either be a complete disaster or one of the finest drama series ever produced. Suzanna Son, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Troye Sivan, Rachel Sennott, and Dan Levy are also included in the cast.

At the Cannes Film Festival in 2023, the first two episodes received a five-minute standing ovation, but The Idol also received some harsh criticism from the gathering reviewers. Now that the programme has here, we can look at The Idol release schedule so that you may make your own judgement on whether it is the finest TV show of the year.


The Idol episode 2 release date and time

Episode 2 of The Idol will air on Sunday, June 11, 2023, at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.

HBO in the USA airs at those hours. Each episode is shown in the UK via Sky Atlantic at 2 a.m. on Monday, the same time it is in the United States.


The Idol release schedule

Every Sunday up to the end of the six-episode release schedule, new episodes of The Idol will air.

Six episodes will make up the entire season, and the first four episodes’ names provide a little indication of the direction the story will go.

The Idol release schedule:

  • The Idol episode 1, Pop Tarts & Rat Tales: June 4, 2023
  • The Idol episode 2, Double Fantasy: June 11, 2023
  • The Idol episode 3, Daybreak: June 18, 2023
  • The Idol episode 4, Stars Belong to the World: June 25, 2023
  • The Idol episode 5: July 2, 2023
  • The Idol episode 6: July 9, 2023

Every episode of The Idol, which is now showing on HBO, is available for streaming on Max (formerly known as HBO Max).

If you live in the UK, you can watch the programme with a Sky subscription or through the NOW streaming service thanks to the ongoing agreement between HBO and Sky Atlantic.


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