"The Nevers" is an American science fiction drama television series directed by Joss Whedon.
The starring cast includes Laura Donnelly as Amalia True, James Norton as Hugo Swan, Olivia Williams as Lavinia Bidlow, Tom Riley as Augustus "Augie" Bidlow, Ben Chaplin as Detective Frank Mundi, Ann Skelly as Penance Adair, Pip Torrens as Lord Massen, Amy Manson as Maladie, Nick Frost as Declan Orrun, Zackary Momoh as Doctor Horatio Cousens and others.

Here are "The Nevers" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for The Nevers TV series?

HBO on Tuesday, March 23, 2021 released the trailer for "The Nevers" you can watch here:
The Nevers: Official Trailer | HBO.

Plot summary

What is The Nevers TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "The Nevers" TV series plot summary.

The Nevers is described as "an epic science fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and a mission that might change the world."


Who plays who in the The Nevers TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Nevers" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Laura Donnelly  as Amalia True The most irresponsible, spontaneous, and psychologically broken hero of 19th-century London, and a danger to the British elite
James Norton  as Hugo Swan A pansexual aristocratic young man
Olivia Williams  as Lavinia Bidlow A rich spinster supporter of the "Touched" (aka metahumans)
Tom Riley  as Augustus "Augie" Bidlow A kind geek and Lavinia's brother
Ben Chaplin  as Detective Frank Mundi A large and gruff policeman with a strong sense of morals
Ann Skelly  as Penance Adair Amalia's best friend, and one of the first "Nevers"
Pip Torrens  as Lord Massen A former military man and strong supporter of the British Empire, and very skeptical regarding people with extraordinary powers
Amy Manson  as Maladie Unstable and living underground
Nick Frost  as Declan Orrun aka The Beggar King: Charismatic and brutal, Declan as in command of London's low-level criminals
Zackary Momoh  as Doctor Horatio Cousens A West Indian physician
Eleanor Tomlinson  as Mary Brighton A failed singer
Denis O'Hare  as Dr. Edmund Hague A brutal American surgeon
Rochelle Neil  as Annie Carbey aka Bonfire: A criminal with the ability to control fire
Elizabeth Berrington  as Lucy Best
Kiran Sonia Sawar  as Harriet Kaur
Anna Devlin  as Primrose Chattoway
Martyn Ford  as Nicholas 'Odium' Perbal
Viola Prettejohn  as Myrtle Haplisch
Ella Smith  as Desirรฉe Blodgett
Brett Curtis  as George Thorns
Vinnie Heaven  as Nimble
Zain Hussain  as Aneel
Domenique Fragale  as Beth Cassini
Matt Emery  as DI Birch
Tahlia Norrish  as Touched
Sylvie Briggs  as Clara
George Dawson  as Arthur Twimble
Grant Crookes  as Ferryman's Gala Guest
Michael James  as Teen Boy
Marek Lichtenberg  as Lord Massen Thug
Madeleine Wilson  as Lady Whisper
Michelle Thomas  as Salt fish seller
Maggie Bakir  as Ruby "List Lady"
Pierre Bergman  as Detective Inspector
Rita Bernard-Shaw  as Younger Boot
Colin Blyth  as Theatre Audience member
Matt Butcher  as The Devil
Henri Charles  as Newsboy (2020)
Demi Jessica Collins  as Barmaid
Heather Coombs  as Anxious Mother
Nesba Crenshaw  as Mrs. Beldon
Christopher Dunne  as Club Butler
Ed Eales White  as Foreman
Julian Ferro  as Photographer
Jack Gouldbourne  as Hanging Watcher
James Hare  as Opera Goer
Zak Holland  as Purist
Charli Janeway  as Self
Robert Jarvis  as Asylum guard
Isabella Kennard-Barden  as Chorus Kid
Daniel Knight  as Dockside Man
Chris Kyriacou  as Guard
Jason Lines  as Opera Singer
Jordan Long  as Guard
Deano Mitchison  as Maladie's Husband
Elliot Morris  as Shoe shiner
Callum Needham  as Lord Massen Footman
Deonne Newby  as Opera Woman
Heather Nute  as Touched twin
Mark O'Sullivan  as Orderly
Rosie O'Sullivan  as Touched girl
Angela Sant'Albano  as Rosa
Jay Simpson  as Ash Foreman
Karol Steele  as Middle Class Woman
Abra Thompson  as Chambermaid
Anastasia Zabarchuk  as Galanthi Digger


What are The Nevers filming details?

"The Nevers" series are produced by Mutant Enemy Productions and HBO.

Country of origin: United States.

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