With the presence of the Mercedes Killer still lingering in the minds of those who were connected to him and his merciless massacre, some of the most unsettling moments of the Mr. Mercedes series (based on Stephen King's Bill Hodges books) are yet to come, and before the sixth episode of season 3 airs tonight on AT&T Audience Network, we've been provided with three exclusive clips to share with Daily Dead readers.

Written by David E. Kelley and Jonathan Shapiro and titled "Bad to Worse," Mr. Mercedes episode 3.06 airs tonight at 10:00pm EST on AT&T Audience Network. You can watch a deadly threat and tense courtroom drama unfold in our exclusive clips below, and stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates on season 3 of the Stephen King adaptation!

Episode 3.06: "Alma gives Pete a scare and instructs Morris to do the same. Pete revisits the local bookstore. Hodges and Jerome fear for Holly ahead of her taking the stand. Finkelstein tells Lou that she must silence Brady. Holly and Lou deliver powerful testimony."

About Mr. Mercedes Season 3: "Based on the Bill Hodges trilogy from prolific author Stephen King, season three of Mr. Mercedes will closely follow the story contained in “Finders Keepers,” the second book of the series, and continue to explore the fallout from the massacre perpetrated by Brady Hartsfield. When beloved local author John Rothstein is found murdered, Hodges, Holly, and Jerome, along with local police, must track down his killer. But this case is more complex than the cold-blooded killing of an American icon. Unpublished novels of Rothstein’s were stolen from his home, and they are worth millions. As the case unfolds, the trio learns that although Brady may be gone, his depravity lives on in the lives of his victims."

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