How to watch Chapelwaite Episode 4 tonight, September 19, 2021

Chapelwaite Episode 4 - Courtesy Chris Reardon/Epix
Chapelwaite Episode 4 - Courtesy Chris Reardon/Epix /

Tonight Chapelwaite Episode 4 premieres on EPIX. Find out everything you need to know to watch the new episode live, including what it’s about, what time it airs, and more!

Chapelwaite Episode 4, “The Promised,” will premiere on EPIX at 9:00 p.m. EST. Keep in mind that it is one hour earlier than previous airings as EPIX adjusted the show’s official airtime. Of course, if you’re an EPIX subscriber, you might have already seen the episode. EPIX has made the first five episodes available to watch on the app, website, and anywhere else you can subscribe to the channel.

The premium cable channel will add the sixth episode tonight, too, so you can get ahead if you want. However, sometimes it’s nice to watch one episode a week rather than binge-watching the whole thing at one time. If you prefer to watch more traditionally, with the week-to-week linear airings, we’ve got all the details you need to keep up with Chapelwaite Episode 4 tonight.

What is Chapelwaite Episode 4 about?

When we last saw Charles (Adrien Brody) and the Boone family, things had gotten pretty dark at the Chapelwaite manor. Charles reached his threshold for crazy and lost it in the house, taking an ax to the walls searching for the invisible rats. Charles came close to almost maiming his daughter in the process.

In the fourth episode, “The Promised,” Charles prepares to check himself into an asylum, but Tane (Ian Ho) finds something disturbing in the barn that could change everything before he can leave. Elsewhere, a creepy group of Acolytes arrives with a message.

Watch an exclusive clip from the upcoming episode right HERE.

How to watch Chapelwaite Episode 4 tonight

Here are the tune in details:

Date: Sunday, September 19
Start time: 9:00 p.m. EST
Episode: Season 1, Episode 4, “The Promised”

Will you stay up late tonight to watch the new episode or watch tomorrow night?

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