Mrs. Davis is a wild-ride science fiction drama that follows a bad-ass nun, Simone (Betty Gilpin), on a quest to take down the A.I. that is taking over the world. “Mrs. Davis” is the world’s most powerful algorithm and has the literal ear of nearly the entire population. Accompanied by rough-and-tumble Wiley (Jake McDorman) and his team of resistance fighters, Simone is determined to stop her from controlling humanity, leading to an epic battle of faith versus technology. With Mrs. Davis’s wide reach and eyes everywhere, does Simone stand a chance of destroying her and saving them all from being at the mercy of the machine? The series also stars Andy McQueen, Ben Chaplin, Margo Martindale, David Arquette, Elizabeth Marvel, Katja Herbers, Chris Diamantopoulos, Ashley Romans, Tom Wlaschiha, and Mathilde Ollivier. Read on for more on how to watch Mrs. Davis.
- When Does it Premiere: Mrs. Davis premieres on Thursday, April 20.
- When to Watch: New episodes of Mrs. Davis drop on Thursdays.
- Where To Watch Mrs. Davis: Mrs. Davis is available on Peacock Premium (sign up).
Where to stream Mrs. Davis
Mrs. Davis is available in the US on Peacock TV. Peacock is the over-the-top streaming service from NBCUniversal, with video-on-demand and some live events. In addition to TV shows and movies from the NBC and Universal libraries, plenty of third-party content is available from Lionsgate, Starz, Warner Bros, A&E Networks, ViacomCBS, Paramount, Cinedigm, and more.
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