Apple has released the highly-anticipated trailer for the third and final season of ’Dickinson’, which comes to TV+ next month. The award-winning series will conclude with ten episodes, with Hailee Stanfield reprising her role as Emily, who finds herself entangled in the panic of the American Civil War.
The series is executive produced by Steinfeld and created, written and executive produced by Alena Smith, who will also make her directorial debut for this final season.
In the third and final season, Emily Dickinson’s most productive time as an artist falls amid the raging American Civil War and an equally fierce battle that divides her own family. As Emily tries to heal the divides around her, she wonders if art can help keep hope alive, and whether the future can be better than the past.
Starring alongside Steinfeld in the third season of “Dickinson” are returning ensemble cast members Toby Huss, Adrian Blake Enscoe, Anna Baryshnikov, Ella Hunt, Amanda Warren, Chinaza Uche and Jane Krakowski, as well as world renowned rapper, singer and songwriter, Wiz Khalifa, who will join the show once again as the character of Death. The third season will also feature brand new guest stars including Ziwe as Sojourner Truth, who also joined as a writer, Billy Eichner as Walt Whitman, and Chloe Fineman as Sylvia Plath; as well as returning favorites Zosia Mamet as Louisa May Alcott, and Will Pullen as Nobody.
Since its debut, ‘Dickinson’ has received a prestigious Peabody Award in addition to a GLAAD Media Award nomination for the first season. Hailee Steinfeld was also nominated by the Hollywood Critics Association for HCA TV Awards in the Best Actress in a Streaming Comedy Series category.
'Dickinson' Season 3 premieres Friday November 5th on Apple TV+ with the first three episodes. A new episode premieres every subsequent Friday. Seasons 1 and 2 are also available to catch up on now.
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