'Dickinson' Season 2: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything you need to know about the Apple TV+ show
'Dickinson' is coming on November 1 to the Apple TV app and you can watch it with an Apple TV+ subscription.
If you swear by Emily Dickinson's words, "Forever is composed of nows" and "Tell the truth, but tell it slant" then here's some good news for you. A half-hour comedy series starring Oscar nominee Hailee Steinfeld titled 'Dickson' will soon make its way to your TV screens. 'Dickinson' touches upon the anachronistic topics of societal pressures, gender equality and family issues from the eyes of the rebellious young poet.
While the author is known for her shy and recluse nature, the show portrays her in a new light, bringing her defiant side. Created by Alena Smith, the series was another major attraction for Apple TV+ which expanded its library of exclusive and original content before its launch on November 1.
'Dickinson', which premiered on November 1, and can be watched with an Apple TV+ subscription, has already started filming Season 2. However, we are yet to get an official release date
Apple’s capsule description reads: "Dickinson audaciously explores the constraints of society, gender, and family from the perspective of rebellious young poet Emily Dickinson."
Hailee Steinfeld plays the lead role of author Emily Dickinson in the series. The actress has essayed roles in 'Ender's Game' (2013), 'Romeo & Juliet' (2013), 'Begin Again' (2013), and '3 Days to Kill' (2014). She also clinched a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical for her role as Nadine Franklin in 'The Edge of Seventeen' (2016).
Jane Krakowski stars in the series as Mrs. Dickinson. The actress is best known for her role as Jenna Maroney in the NBC comedy series '30 Rock,' for which she received four Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Other actors from the cast include Toby Huss as Edward Dickinson, Anna Baryshnikov as Lavinia Dickinson, Ella Hunt as Sue Gilbert and Adrian Enscoe as Austin Dickinson.
The series has been created by Alena Smith — a writer and producer, known for 'The Affair' (2014) and 'The Bad Guys' (2018). She also executive produced the series along with David Gordon Green, Michael Sugar, Ashley Zalta, Alex Goldstone, and Darlene Hunt.
Produced by wiip and Anonymous Content, the comedy web television series will be distributed on Apple TV+.
The one-minute trailer reflects upon Emily Dickinson's life and how she cannot be tamed. "I have one purpose and that is to become a great writer," Hailee Steinfeld says in the clip. 'Dickinson' will be depicting Emily as more of a rebellious free spirit who disappoints her parents
Where to watch
Get set to stream the new series on November 1 as it hits the streaming service Apple TV+.
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