‘Dickinson’: Hailee Steinfeld Fights Societal Norms as Emily in Apple TV+ Trailer (VIDEO)
Apple has unveiled another new trailer for their upcoming half-hour comedy series, Dickinson.
Starring Hailee Steinfeld, Dickinson is a coming-of-age tale for beloved poet Emily Dickinson but deviates from the time period it’s set in. In the newly released teaser, Steinfeld’s single “Afterlife” serves as the background music to the Alena Smith created show.
Watch as Emily deals with the constraints of society, gender, family and much more in the trailer which also reveals Wiz Khalifa’s mysterious role. Don’t miss any of the action when Dickinson debuts this fall on Apple TV+.
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Prepare for a modern take on an old classic in Apple TV+’s latest trailer release for the half-hour comedy Dickinson.
Hailee Steinfeld takes on the titular role as famed 19th-century poet Emily Dickinson in her youth. “I have one purpose and that is to become a great writer,” Dickinson proclaims while an edgy present-day tune plays in the background.
“You need to cut out these sort of antics,” her father Edward (Toby Huss) says in response. But of course our heroine isn’t so easily deterred, even when her mother (Jane Krakowski) voices her own concern. “She’s wild. She’ll be the ruin of this family and she doesn’t know how to behave like a proper young lady.”
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“No thanks,” Emily says in answer before scenes of chaos play out onscreen. The series explores the topics of societal constraints, gender and family from the perspective of the writer.
Joining Steinfeld, Krakowski and Huss in Dickinson are Anna Baryshnikov, Ella Hunt and Adrian Blake Enscoe. And although the series is set in the 1800s, it is a coming-of-age story that makes Emily Dickinson the perfect hero for a millennial era.
Dickinson will debut this fall on the new streaming platform and is created, written and executive produced by Alena Smith. Check out every exciting moment in the trailer below, and don’t miss Dickinson when it premieres this fall on Apple TV+.
Dickinson, Series Premiere, Friday, November 1, Apple TV+