Emily Dickinson TV Series Trailer, Release Date, Cast

Hailee Steinfeld will bring out the modern comedy in an upcoming series on poet Emily Dickinson.

Apple has released our first proper look at Dickinson, the Hailee Steinfeld-led TV series based on poet Emily Dickinson’s life. The new comedy series will be set in the 1800s, but will be told with a modern sensibility. The series will explore social and gender constraints of the time told by a writer who doesn’t fit in it.

Dickinson has already begun production on Season 2, but you can read more about the first season below… 

Dickinson Trailer

We have a better look at Dickinson in this full-length trailer, which teases a certain magical realism to the show about the young poet. Check it out…

The first teaser trailer for Dickinson makes the show look like a very fun time. Set to “I Like Tuh” by Carnage & iLoveMakonnen, it shows Emily Dickinson doing what she wants, i.e. having a good time, in spite of what is expected of her. Check it out…

Here’s the official synopsis:

Dickinson is a half-hour comedy series starring Oscar® nominee Hailee Steinfeld. Created by Alena Smith, Dickinson audaciously explores the constraints of society, gender, and family from the perspective of rebellious young poet Emily Dickinson.

The series is written by executive producer Alena Smith, who wrote for Showtime’s The Affair, and HBO’s The Newsroom. It is directed by executive producer David Gordon Green, of Pineapple Express and Vice Principals.

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Dickinson Cast

In addition to Steinfeld, Dickinson stars Jane Krakowski, Toby Huss, Anna Baryshnikov, Ella Hunt and Adrian Blake Enscoe.

The show will be Steinfeld’s first regular role on a television series. She was 14 when starred alongside Jeff Bridges and Matt Damon in the Coen brothers’ 2010 remake of True Grit. She also starred in Pitch Perfect, The Edge of Seventeen, Barely Lethal, The Homesman, and Ender’s Game. She is also a singer with platinum-selling singles and albums.

Dickinson Release Date

Dickinson will hit Apple TV, Apple’s new streaming service, this fall.

Culture Editor Tony Sokol cut his teeth on the wire services and also wrote and produced New York City’s Vampyr Theatre and the rock opera AssassiNation: We Killed JFK. Read more of his work here or find him on Twitter @tsokol.

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