What Time Does ‘Big Sky’ Episode 8 Come on Tonight?

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Just when you thought Big Sky was wrapping up its central mystery, it’s time for a whole new twist. Last week’s episode took everything we thought we knew about this small town drama and turned it on its head.

Wondering what time you can watch Big Sky on ABC and Hulu? Need a refresher before you jump into Big Sky Episode 8? Just like Jenny and Cassie, no matter what you’re looking for we have your back.

What Day Does Big Sky Come on TV? What Night Is Big Sky on TV?

Consider Tuesday your new creepy friend. That’s when new episodes of Big Sky premiere on ABC. Specifically Episode 8 premieres this Tuesday, February 9.

What Time Does Big Sky Come on Tonight? When Does Big Sky Come On?

After last episode’s harrowing revelation it’s time to get some answers. Tonight, Big Sky is returning with an all-new episode. Episode 8, “The End Is Near”, premieres on ABC this Tuesday, February 9 at 10/9c p.m.

When Is The Next Episode of Big Sky?

It wouldn’t be Big Sky without some twists, and apparently that extends to the show’s release schedule. We know that there will be a total of 16 episodes in Big Sky‘s first season. But we don’t know if the rest of this season will premiere on a weekly basis or if there will be another series gap. Adding to this unpredictability is COVID-19. The coronavirus has caused production delays for several shows. Though filming this season should have concluded, it’s possible that the series may be delayed further.

Here are the episode premiere dates we do know:

  • Episode 8, “The End Is Near”: Tuesday, February 9
  • Episode 9, “Let It Be Him”: Tuesday, February 16

How to Watch Big Sky on ABC for Free

You just found a good reason to keep paying for cable. If you have it, turn your TV to ABC before 9/8c p.m. and you’re all set to gawk at Rick Legarski.

Is that not an option for you? Don’t worry yet. If there’s a live TV streaming bundle, there’s a way. As long as you have a subscription to something like Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, or Roku, you have a way to watch live.

What if you don’t care about watching Big Sky live? What if watching it Thursday morning is just fine? Get ready to embrace Hulu. New episodes of Big Sky will be available to watch on Hulu the day after they premiere on ABC. And since Hulu offers a seven-day free trial that means there’s a way to watch this network without paying a dollar.

Is There a Big Sky Recap?

You know it. Last episode expanded on the big twist in this new batch of episodes: Rick Legarski’s (John Carroll Lynch) amnesia. After being shot in the head, Rick woke up in a hospital unable to remember anything about his current life. Yes, that included the fact that he was the head of a sex trafficking ring and that he kidnapped three women.

But Legarski wasn’t the villainous star of “I Fall to Pieces.” That honor belonged to Ronald Pergman (Brian Geraghty). Ever since Legarski was shot Ronald has been panicking. It was only a matter of time before police realized that Legarski had an accomplice. In a warped attempt to protect himself, Pergman has spent the last couple of episodes flirting and cozying up to his partner’s wife, Merrilee (Brooke Smith).

But it seems as though Ronald’s time has come. At the end of “I Fall to Pieces” Ronald convinced Merrilee to let him come over to her house. The excuse he gave her was that he wanted to comfort her. In reality all he cared about was Legarski’s safe room and anything that could tie him to this string of crimes. That’s the position the law-abiding Jenny (Katheryn Winnick) and Cassie (Kylie Bunbury) found their prime suspect. The killer is in the house. Now it’s just a matter of getting him to leave in handcuffs.

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