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Swagger Episode 9 release date, time, and spoilers

December 10, 2021

The Swagger season finale is approaching and it’s getting really exciting. The team pulls itself together after a particularly traumatic experience, and Ike persists and tells worried parents that their children are strong enough to make their own decisions. Plus, the DMV finals are just around the corner, and there’s a lot to look forward to in the upcoming episode. Luckily for you, we’ve summarized everything there is to know about Swagger episode 9 for you.

Swagger Episode 9 release date

Episode 9 of Swagger will air on December 10, 2021 at 3 a.m. ET Apple TV + broadcast. The first three episodes were released simultaneously on October 29, 2021, and the subsequent episodes of the sports drama series will be released every Friday through the season finale on December 17, 2021. Season 1 comprises a total of 10 one-hour episodes.

Where to stream Swagger Episode 9 online

‘Swagger’ episode 9 will be available exclusively on the Apple streaming platform – Apple TV +. All new episodes as well as already published episodes are available via the streaming service. Apple TV + also offers a 7-day free trial to try out the series.

Swagger Episode 9 spoilers

Episode 9 is titled Follow-Through and is likely to shed light on the rift between Jace and Ike. The former seems unlikely to leave the team, which will make things even more uncomfortable during training sessions and games. It also looks like Ike may finally be forced to reveal his past, which he has so far been silent about.

Swagger DMV will continue to fight an uphill battle to reach the national championships and the upcoming episode promises some very intense and decisive battles indeed. Finally, we can look forward to seeing Crystal play as part of Swagger DMV, which will undoubtedly give the team a much-needed edge over its competitors.

Swagger Episode 8 Recap

Episode 8, titled Still I Rise, begins with the aftermath of what may be the toughest game the team has ever faced. While Jace and his teammates get together and vow not to lose anymore, Jenna and other parents criticize Ike for putting their children in a dangerous position. However, the coach counters, saying that he allowed the players to make their own decisions and that they chose to kneel during the national anthem before the game.

Crystal also tries out DMV for Swagger and overshadows many of the players, which secures her a place on the team. Meanwhile, Jenna, still unsatisfied with his answer, begins digging into Ike’s past and discovers that the coach may have dropped his last game in college. Jace refuses to believe her, but his fears are confirmed when he confronts Ike. Episode 8 closes on a somber note: Jace and Ike end their friendship and walk away from each other.