Moon Knight episode 4, is creating lot of buzz, and anticipation around superhero fans. The series has gained audience love, and now everyone is waiting for the Fourth episode to unfold. The series, premiered on March 30, is three episodes old and the remaining out of the six episodes is most awaited.
The intriguing twists in each episodes of Oscar Isaac’s character Marc Spector, who carries multiple personalities like Moon Knight and Steven Grant, have been adding lot of eyeballs, and many superhero fans are super excited the way it is turning out to be.
The fourth episode is scheduled to be released this week. Here’s all you need to know about the release date and timing of the Marvel series:
Moon Knight Fourth Episode Date of Release ?
The makers of Moon Knight release episodes on a weekly basis. A new episode was released on every Wednesday for the past three weeks, and this would continue till the sixth and final episode, which was scheduled to release on May 4.
Moon Knight episode 4 Telecast Timing?
Viewers can tune in to watch the Moon Knight Episode 4 in India on Disney+ Hotstar from 12.30 PM on Wednesday. For viewers in the United States of America, the episodes will start streaming from 12 AM, as er Pacific Time (PT) and 3 AM as per Eastern Standard Time (ET).
8 AM would be when the episode starts streaming for viewers in the United Kingdom, as per the British Standard Time (BST). Australian viewers have stream the episode from 5 PM onwards as per Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).
Moon Knight, What’s the Story, and who plays what?
The plot of the series revolves around the character Marc Spector, a London store employee who suffers blackouts, and the twists involving the personalities inside him and the realisation of the mysteries surrounding his association with Egyptian gods like the moon God Khonshu.
The series has been created by Jeremy Slater, who also served as a writer on the first episode. The first episode The Goldfish Problem and the third one The Friendly Type were directed by Mohamed Diab. The second one Summon the Suit was directed by Aaron Moorhead & Justin Benson