The Mist, Season 1

The Mist, Season 1

The Mist

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-06-22
  • Advisory Rating: TV-14
  • Episodes: 26
  • iTunes Price: USD 18.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 19.99
From 111 Ratings


Based on the classic Stephen King novella of the same name, The Mist tells the story of a foreboding mist that arrives in one small town ushering in a terrifying new reality for its residents, putting their humanity to the test. What will people do to survive when blinded by fear?


Title Time Price
1 Pilot 48:06 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Withdrawal 39:35 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Show and Tell 43:32 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Pequod 42:50 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 The Waiting Room 43:26 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 The Devil You Know 43:35 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 Over the River and Through the Woods 42:56 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 The Law of Nature 43:31 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
9 The Waking Dream 42:52 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
10 The Tenth Meal 42:14 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
11 Entering The Mist 03:56 Season Only Buy on iTunes
12 Influences of Stephen King 02:31 Free Buy on iTunes
13 Reimagining the Mist 02:25 Free Buy on iTunes
14 Extended Behind the Scenes 15:12 Season Only Buy on iTunes
15 Welcome to Bridgeville 02:55 Season Only Buy on iTunes
16 Weeks Ahead Trailer 01:57 Season Only Buy on iTunes
17 The Mist: Revealed: Pundik Attacks 02:41 Season Only Buy on iTunes
18 The Mist: Revealed: The Radio (Episode 1 02:26 Season Only Buy on iTunes
19 The Mist: Revealed: The Moth (Episode 10 03:47 Season Only Buy on iTunes
20 The Mist: Revealed: The Bookstore (Episo 03:03 Season Only Buy on iTunes
21 The Mist: Revealed: Emergency Surgery (E 02:55 Season Only Buy on iTunes
22 The Mist: Revealed: Mia's Past (Episode 02:32 Season Only Buy on iTunes
23 The Mist: Revealed: Trial by Ordeal (Epi 03:38 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
24 The Mist: Revealed- The Big Reveal (Epis 03:19 Season Only Buy on iTunes
25 The Mist: Revealed: Kevin's Demons (Epis 02:32 Season Only Buy on iTunes
26 The Mist: Revealed (Episode 110) 02:37 Season Only Buy on iTunes



  • Very Poor

    By W_Brown
    Very poor adaptation of Stephen King's book. The entire season could have been compressed into about 2 hours. Little attempt to explain the origin and purpose of the mist.
  • I enjoy it

    By Jen922
    I don't understand all the hate. Yes it's not the same as the movie but why would they do that. You need to give it a chance. It does involve the people more but there are still monsters and it's getting crazier. Try it out and make your own opinion. Side note: Episode 9 hasn't been available for weeks after.. somehow support says I need to contact the TV network that airs the show.. HOW IS THAT MY JOB APPLE!! Go buy it on amazon I want my money back for my "season" pass.
  • iTunes cheated me

    By Martindevore
    I bought a season pass, but they refuse to release episode 9. It is available everywhere else.
  • Episode 9 gone missing

    By Spacecat1960
    All weekend and still not posted. SInce I subscribed for the season, this is not making me happy.
  • Re-Comment

    By Sam Dario
    Ok I'm gonna change my comment after watching 7 eps so far, this is the worst show I've ever seen and bought, The story is not about the mist and it is nonsense like being gay or defying god and killing humans by other humans when it is not even necessary. Does Stephen King write this? Really? Edit: Where is episode 9? Provider even doesn't like to upload it. Maybe he/she hates it the same as us.
  • Sadly, it is Horrible.

    By ZZOGG
    I really have no idea why they had to relate this series to the original story by Stephen King? Did they think he would sue them? The story of this one-season series (guaranteed) is connected only by the mist itself, and the source of the mist. The rest of the show is just about isolated groups of people, each on its own island, and each with its own horrible sub-plot. The acting is terrible, the plot is terrible, the pace is slow, and it doesn't deserve the one star I had to give it (Come on Itunes, give me a choice of no stars). "The Mist" is my favorite Stephen King story. I really enjoyed the movie with Thomas Jane and Laurie Holding too, though I was a bit split on the ending. I always like the end of the original story, as the four of them drove through the fog with the glipse of "hope" from a radio broadcast. I thought there was so much that could be done with that, happening on different creatures, scenarios, people, as they crossed the country driving away from the mist origin. Instead we got this disgusting series, that makes me want to vomit after every episode!
  • Poor iTunes support

    It would be nice to have episode 9 available to download. After 2 calls to apple the clueless customer abuse agents still don't know what I'm talking about. Apple support is non existent.
  • The King (Stephen) Has left the building!

    By GabezzDude
    What we got here is failure to communicate with Stephen King, to keep its story intact. Instead we got an MTV social experiment entertainment. Let's see what we have; Gay Teens (bi?) present? Yes. Accused rapist high school jock? Check. Anti-Christian agenda? Yup Extremist Christian Priest? Check A Dead Priest? Check. Straight, tough high school, closeted gay boy? Check. The list goes on. It's just SJW drivel. I just read Stephen King's Twitter, he's a leftist as expected. I'll keep watching in hope they fire their writers. Doubtful though. Terrible so far.
  • Hope they can fix this show.

    By Lcempj
    I was so looking forward to this one. It is improving slowly. This could be like the walking dead. If there was more monster in it. So far the people are the monster. And it getting a bit old. I mean if I wanted to see crazy I can just turn on the news. But the crazy teen is interesting and scary. The old women is just ugh. I just hope it gets better.
  • Stugling milenials

    By Drunken Chicken
    I really wanted to give this show a chance but it's not going anywhere. Characters are boring and badly written, story is nog going anywhere. It's a soap opera but not even that exciting. What a shame, how can someone f#ck up a good concept like this and turn it into a political correct show about strugling millenials.