"Catherine the Great" is a British-American series directed by Philip Martin.
The starring cast includes Helen Mirren, Jason Clarke, Gina McKee, Rory Kinnear, Richard Roxburgh, Joseph Quinn, Clive Russell, Paul Kaye, Paul Ritter, Kevin R. McNally and others.
Here are "Catherine the Great" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Catherine the Great TV series?
HBO on Friday, September 06, 2019 released the trailer for "Catherine the Great" you can watch here:
Catherine the Great (2019): Official Trailer | HBO.
What is Catherine the Great TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Catherine the Great" TV series plot summary.
The miniseries depicts Empress Catherine II of Russia's reign, from 1764, two years after taking power, until her death in 1796.
Who plays who in the Catherine the Great TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Catherine the Great" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Helen Mirren as Catherine the Great the Empress of Russia
Jason Clarke as Grigory Potemkin a military commander and Catherine's lover
Gina McKee as Countess Praskovya Bruce a lifelong friend and confidante of Catherine's
Rory Kinnear as Nikita Ivanovich Panin Catherine's foreign minister
Richard Roxburgh as Grigory Orlov a former lover of Catherine's
Joseph Quinn as Tsarevich Paul Catherine's son
Clive Russell as Court Fool
Paul Kaye as Yemelyan Pugachev a Yaik Cossack
Paul Ritter as Alexander Suvorov
Thomas Doherty as Pyotr Zavadovsky Catherine's private secretary and lover
Georgina Beedle as Princess Natalia
John Hodgkinson as Pyotr Rumyantsev
James Northcote as Alexander Bezborodko Catherine's secretary and assistant
Iain Mitchell as Archbishop Arsenius metropolitan of Rostov and Yaroslavl
Phil Dunster as Count Andrei Razumovsky
Antonia Clarke as Maria Fedorovna Paul's second wife
Adam El Hagar as Valerian Zubov Catherine's aide-de-camp and Platon Zubov's brother
Sam Palladio as Alexander Vasilchikov one of Catherine's lovers
Raphael Acloque as Platon Zubov one of Catherine's lovers
Lucas Englander as Vasily Mirovich a Lieutenant of the Smolensk Regiment
Felix Jamieson as Alexander Catherine's grandson and future Emperor
Andrew Rothney as Alexander Dmitriev-Mamonov one of Catherine's lovers
Ellis Howard as Ivan VI of Russia the deposed Emperor of Russia incarcerated at Shlisselburg Fortress
Aina Norgilaite as Elena
Simon Thorp as Captain Danilo Vlasev a guard at Shlisselburg Fortress
Andrew Bone as Charles-Joseph de Ligne a Field Marshal and a diplomat in service of the Archduchy of Austria
Kevin McNally as Alexi Orlov
Valery Altamar as Sarah
Aiste Gramantaite as Lady in Waiting
Camilla Borghesani as Lady in Waiting
Dominic Borrelli as Landgrave of Hesse Darmstadt
Ilona Bagele as Landgrave's Wife
Valerijus Jevsejevas as Adjutant
Ivars Brakovskis as Court Official
Albert Welling as German Ambassador
Paul Hickey as English Ambassador
Tom Lawrence as Doctor
Edmund Kente as Priest
Almantas Sinkünas as Cossack
Aziz Çapkurt as Crimean Tatar Leader
Audronis Rukas as Governor
Jonas Bagdziunas as Hunter
Marta Ormaniec as Governor's Wife
Mykolas Dorofejus as Soldier
Kirill Frolov as Soldier
Ieva Puke as Petitioner
Juris Strenga as Petitioner
What are Catherine the Great filming details?
"Catherine the Great" series are produced by New Pictures, Origin Pictures and Sky Studios.
The average duration of each episode is 60 minutes. Country of origin: United Kingdom and United States. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Catherine the Great TV series?
"Catherine the Great" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.2/10.
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