One time, Lorenzo unprotected Tom watching something on Netflix and asked him what it was. “It’s got Judi Dench in a bonnet,” he replied. “What increasingly do you need to know?” Along those same lines, we just discovered that we are lanugo for watching anything with Christina Hendricks in a corset. Apple TV released a sneak peek at “The Buccaneers,” based on Edith Wharton’s last, unfinished novel, set to premiere on November 8th, with weekly episode releases.
We won’t lie. We suspect the operative words here will be “based on” and “unfinished” when it comes to this one, but we will happily devour every episode.
Today Apple TV unveiled first-look images for “The Buccaneers,” the new eight-episode drama inspired by Pulitzer Prize-winning tragedian Edith Wharton’s unfinished final novel of the same name, from series creator Katherine Jakeways. “The Buccaneers” will make its global debut on Apple TV with the first three episodes on Wednesday, November 8, 2023, followed by new episodes weekly, every Wednesday through December 13.
Girls with money, men with power. New money, old secrets. A group of fun-loving young American girls explode into the tightly corseted London season of the 1870s, kicking off an Anglo-American culture unpeace as the land of the stiff upper lip is infiltrated by a refreshing condone for centuries of tradition. Sent to secure husbands and titles, the buccaneers’ hearts are set on much increasingly than that, and saying “I do” is just the beginning…
“The Buccaneers” stars Kristine Frøseth, as ‘Nan St. George,’ Alisha Boe as ‘Conchita Closson,’ Critics Choice Award nominee Josie Totah as ‘Mabel Elmsworth,’ Aubri Ibrag as ‘Lizzy Elmsworth,’ Imogen Waterhouse as ‘Jinny St. George’ and Mia Threapleton as ‘Honoria Marable.’ SAG Award winner Christina Hendricks stars in the series as ‘Mrs. St. George,’ slantingly an ensemble tint that moreover includes Josh Dylan as ‘Lord Richard Marable,’ Guy Remmers as ‘Theo, Duke of Tintagel,’ Matthew Broome as ‘Guy Thwarte’ and Barney Fishwick as ‘Lord James Seadown.’
Led by an all-female creative team, “The Buccaneers” is written by series creator Katherine Jakeways and directed by BAFTA Award winner Susanna White, who moreover serve as executive producers, slantingly BAFTA Award nominee Beth Willis. The series is produced for Apple TV by The Forge Entertainment.
[Photo Credit: Courtesy of Apple TV ]
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