fans itching for another period drama will soon be able to satiate their regency romance cravings with a new Apple TV+ series. Netflix's critically acclaimed took the world by storm, bringing Julia Quinn's book series to life and serializing the loves, scandals, and adventures of the children of the late Viscount Bridgerton. The deep dive into the personal lives of high society made the series a breakout hit. It quickly brought about the development of a second season, as well as the prequel limited series
As of now, the universe's production company Shondaland has yet to confirm season 2And although and 4 have been confirmed, solid release dates have yet to be established, leaving fans burning for more addictive narratives and historical romances of the 19th century. Fortunately, fans don't have to wait until those pesky, undisclosed release dates to enjoy another period piece. Apple TV+ will soon release its own historical drama, and it has the potential to win them over.
Apple recently released a trailer for its upcoming eight-episode drama , and it promises to become one of several suitable . The British series is set to premiere on the streaming platform on Wednesday, November 8. will follow similar storylines and feature familiar themes from Shondaland's acclaimed Netflix series. centers on a lively group of American girls who, despite rejecting the gender roles of high society in 1870s London, are shipped off to attend a debutante ball and secure suitors.
Leading cast of characters is star Kristine Froseth as Nan St. George, Alisha Boe as Conchita Closson, and the reboot's Josie Totah as Mabel. The cast will also include Christina Hendricks (), Imogen Waterhouse (Josh Dylan (), and Kate Winslet's daughter Mia Threapleton ( Katherine Jakeways, writer of the British TV series serves as writer and creator, while alum Beth Willis serves as executive producer alongside Jakeways, George Faber, and Susanna White.
Hints from the trailer suggest fans of may find a suitable replacement for several reasons. will follow a group of young women as they balance their love/hate relationship to romance during the particularly confining period of the 1870s — so not long after . will tell its story quite similarly to underlining the overall narrative with whirlwind romances, pushback against societal constructs, and exquisite fashions.
trailer might not reveal enough to convince fans to watch it in stead, but period piece aficionados will be intrigued to know that Apple TV's new series is based on the unfinished, same-titled novel by Edith Wharton. Like and other successful period films and series — including and — will be adapted from a source novel. may not be the end-all, be-all for Shondalandfans. However, it holds promise and enough likeness to to pacify audiences until thehighly anticipated season 3 releases.