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The Best Episodes of Watchmen

Every episode of Watchmen ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Watchmen!

Set in an alternate history where “superheroes” are treated as outlaws, “Watchmen” embraces the nostalgia of the original groundbreaking graphic novel while attempting to break new ground of its own.

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Top Episode Highlight

The best episode of "Watchmen" is "A God Walks into Abar", rated 9.4/10 from 9995 user votes. It was directed by Nicole Kassell and written by Jeff Jensen, Damon Lindelof. "A God Walks into Abar" aired on 12/8/2019 and is rated 0.2 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "This Extraordinary Being".

  • A God Walks into Abar
    9.4/10 9,995 votes

    #1 - A God Walks into Abar

    Season 1 Episode 8 - Aired 2019-12-08

    Angela's mysterious past in Vietnam is at last revealed.

    Director: Nicole Kassell

    Writer: Jeff Jensen, Damon Lindelof

  • This Extraordinary Being
    9.2/10 9,607 votes

    #2 - This Extraordinary Being

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2019-11-24

    Deep under the influence of Nostalgia, Angela gets a firsthand account of her grandfather’s journey.

    Director: Stephen Williams

    Writer: Cord Jefferson, Damon Lindelof

  • Little Fear of Lightning
    8.9/10 8,033 votes

    #3 - Little Fear of Lightning

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2019-11-17

    The origin story of Looking Glass is at last revealed, as is the truth behind the greatest hoax in American history. Far away, The Smartest Man In The World plots a daring escape.

    Director: Steph Green

    Writer: Carly Wray, Damon Lindelof

  • An Almost Religious Awe
    8.9/10 7,438 votes

    #4 - An Almost Religious Awe

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2019-12-01

    Under Lady Trieu's care, Angela undergoes an unconventional treatment while Agent Blake chases down a lead. Elsewhere, The Smartest Man in The World delivers a stunning defense of his past actions.

    Director: David Semel

    Writer: Stacy Osei-Kuffour, Claire Kiechel

  • See How They Fly
    8.7/10 6,930 votes

    #5 - See How They Fly

    Season 1 Episode 9 - Aired 2019-12-15

    Everything ends. For real this time.

    Director: Fred Toye

    Writer: Nick Cuse, Damon Lindelof

  • She Was Killed by Space Junk
    8.4/10 7,833 votes

    #6 - She Was Killed by Space Junk

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2019-11-03

    Following a late-night visit from the senator who authored Masked Policing Legislation in Oklahoma, FBI agent Laurie Blake heads to Tulsa to take over the recent murder investigation. The Lord of The Manor receives a harshly worded letter and responds accordingly.

    Director: Stephen Williams

    Writer: Lila Byock, Damon Lindelof

  • It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice
    8.0/10 10,576 votes

    #7 - It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2019-10-20

    In an alternate America where police conceal their identities behind masks to protect themselves from a terrorist organization, Detective Angela Abar investigates the attempted murder of a fellow officer under the guidance of her friend and Chief, Judd Crawford. Meanwhile, the Lord of a Country Estate receives an anniversary gift from his loyal servants.

    Director: Nicole Kassell

    Writer: Damon Lindelof

  • If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own
    8.0/10 6,920 votes

    #8 - If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2019-11-10

    Reclusive trillionaire Lady Trieu finally enters the stage with a mysterious offer. With Blake getting closer to the truth of her coverup, Angela enlists Looking Glass for help. Meanwhile, The Lord trains two new servants.

    Director: Andrij Parekh

    Writer: Christal Henry, Damon Lindelof

  • Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship
    7.9/10 8,216 votes

    #9 - Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2019-10-27

    As Angela relives haunting memories of an attack on her family, she detains a mysterious man who claims responsibility for Tulsa’s most recent murder. Elsewhere, an original play is performed for an audience of one.

    Director: Nicole Kassell

    Writer: Nick Cuse, Damon Lindelof