Apple TV +: "Dickinson" to debut at Tribeca TV Festival; trailer is released

Apple TV +: "Dickinson" to debut at Tribeca TV Festival; trailer is released

Apple is already warming up the engines to launch its original content platform, the Apple TV + No one knows for sure when to arrive, but we will certainly have more information about it at the next Ma event (next day 10, who knows).

After the trailers of ‚ÄúFor All Mankind‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄúThe Morning Show‚ÄĚ, we already have a preview of another series of the service of streaming from Ma. I'm talking about Dickinson, dramatic comedy that accompany the years of youth of poet Emily Dickinson (lived by the actress Hailee steinfeld, nominated for an Oscar for "Endless Bravery") as she explores the boundaries of society, gender and family in the United States in the mid-19th century.

By the tone of the trailer, we will have a series with truly anachronistic touches and a "modern" outfit that can prove both a successful style exercise and simply sounding weird.

Check it out:

Series Premiere

In addition to the trailer, Apple has announced that it will make the official debut of "Dickinson" on Tribeca TV Festival at the Saturday, 9/14. That day, the first episode of the series will be aired, and then a panel will bring together producer Alena Smith and actresses Hailee Steinfeld and Jane Krakowski (who plays Emily Dickinson's mother in the series). This is likely to be the first full and original Apple TV + content that is publicly displayed anywhere.

We'll be watching, of course, for future news about "Dickinson" or the Apple TV + as a whole. It shouldn't be long before we know more about this whole story.

via MacRumors