Daisy Jones & the Six Is a Rock Epic Told in 10 Parts

Daisy Jones & the Six Is a Rock Epic Told in 10 Parts

Everyone’s got their favorite movies about rock ‘n’ roll. There’s Almost Famous, of course. There’s Spinal Tap. There’s A Star Is Born (choose your favorite version). Personally, I’m partial to both School of Rock and Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. Let’s put it this way: there are enough rock ‘n’ roll movies to fill a decent listicle. But as far as rock ‘n’ roll shows go, that’s a whole different story—and one that Prime Video’s new series, Daisy Jones & the Six, is here to change.

Based on the hit novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid, Daisy Jones & the Six was loosely inspired by memories from Reid’s youth of the famous infighting of Fleetwood Mac as they made classic albums such as Rumours and Tusk. Her book is extremely readable due to it’s oral history format and complex, interesting characters; Prime Video’s series shifts the format to a music documentary, but the characters remain just as compelling.

In fact, the series thrives on those characters. Riley Keough (real-life music royalty as the granddaughter of Elvis Presley) has been one of the best actresses in the industry for years now (with roles in movies like Mad Max: Fury Road, Zola, and previous TV experience in The Girlfriend Experience) and she shines as the titular Daisy Jones (the Stevie Nicks figure in this Fleetwood Mac analogy), while Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games films, Peaky Blinders) is unforgettable as the difficult Billy Dunne (the Lindsey Buckingham to Keough’s Stevie).

The show marks this fictional band’s rise and fall, and with the way the band plays and performs, it’s easy to believe that they could become the biggest band in the world. The songs—some co-written by the likes of Jackson Browne, Marcus Mumford, and Phoebe Bridgers—are irresistible. And when the series is over, you may just go grab yourself a Daisy Jones & the Six t-shirt or vinyl record.

Prime Video is releasing Daisy Jones & the Six in ten episodes, split up by four different Fridays. Below, you can check out exactly when you can see the next chapter in this great fictional band’s story.

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What time do Daisy Jones & the Six episodes come out?

Daisy Jones & the Six episodes officially hit Amazon Prime Video on Fridays, but because episodes are officially released at midnight UK time, Prime Video originals usually hit a bit earlier. Keep an eye out somewhere around 7 or 8 PM EST on Thursday nights.

When do new episode of Daisy Jones & the Six come out?

Episodes of Daisy Jones & the Six will be released on Amazon Prime Video in chunks, over the course of four consecutive Fridays. The final group of episodes will be released on Friday, March 24th.

How many episodes of Daisy Jones & the Six are there?

Daisy Jones & the Six will be 10 episodes in total. That means there are still two episodes of the show set to be released next week.

Stream Daisy Jones & the Six Here

Here’s the complete release schedule for Daisy Jones & the Six.

Episode 1 – Now streaming as of March 3

Episode 2 – Now streaming as of March 3

Episode 3 – Now streaming as of March 3

Episode 4 – Now streaming as of March 10

Episode 5 – Now streaming as of March 10

Episode 6 – Now streaming as of March 10

Episode 7 – Now streaming on March 17

Episode 8 – Now streaming on March 17

Episode 9 – Streaming on March 24

Episode 10 – Streaming on March 24

How can I read the Daisy Jones and the Six book?

It’s available just about everywhere. Head to your local bookstore, search online, use your local library. The book was written by Taylor Jenkins Reid, and if you’re liking the show, you’ll almost certainly love the book.

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Evan Romano

Evan is the culture editor for Men’s Health, with bylines in The New York Times, MTV News, Brooklyn Magazine, and VICE. He loves weird movies, watches too much TV, and listens to music more often than he doesn’t.

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