"His Dark Materials" is a fantasy drama television series directed by Tom Hooper, Dawn Shadforth, Otto Bathurst, Euros Lyn, Jamie Childs and Leanne Welham.
The starring cast includes Dafne Keen, Ruth Wilson, Ariyon Bakare, Anne-Marie Duff, James Cosmo, Will Keen, Clarke Peters, Lucian Msamati, Lewin Lloyd, Daniel Frogson and others.
Here are "His Dark Materials" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for His Dark Materials TV series?
HBO on Thursday, October 15, 2020 released the trailer for "His Dark Materials" you can watch here:
His Dark Materials: Season 2 | Official Trailer | HBO.
What is His Dark Materials TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "His Dark Materials" TV series plot summary.
His Dark Materials is set in a multi-world reality, with the action moving from one world to another. The story begins in an alternative world where all humans have animal companions called daemons, which are manifestations of the human soul. The series follows the life of a young girl named Lyra (Dafne Keen) who is an orphan living with the scholars at Jordan College (Clarke Peters), Oxford. As in Pullman's novel, Lyra discovers a dangerous secret that involves Lord Asriel and Marisa Coulter (Ruth Wilson). In her search for a missing friend, Lyra also uncovers a series of kidnappings and its link to a mysterious substance called Dust, which leads her on a journey of epic proportions and ultimately to other worlds. A witches' prophecy links Lyra's destiny to Will, a teenager from our world, who is himself being pursued by mysterious figures connected to his father.
Who plays who in the His Dark Materials TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "His Dark Materials" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Dafne Keen as Lyra Belacqua (also known as Lyra Silvertongue), a girl
Ruth Wilson as Marisa Coulter a powerful figure at the Magisterium
Ariyon Bakare as Lord Carlo Boreal an authoritative figure at the Magisterium
Anne-Marie Duff as Maggie 'Ma' Costa a Gyptian woman
James Cosmo as Farder Coram van Texel an elderly Gyptian and Serafina's former lover
Will Keen as Father Hugh MacPhail (later Cardinal), a Magisterium official
Clarke Peters as The Master of Jordan College
Lucian Msamati as Lord John Faa of the Western Gyptians
Lewin Lloyd as Roger Parslow a kitchen boy
Daniel Frogson as Tony Costa Ma Costa's elder son
Gary Lewis as Thorold Asriel's assistant
Lin-Manuel Miranda as Lee Scoresby an aeronaut
Amir Wilson as Will Parry a secondary school student from Oxford, whose father disappeared 13 years previously
Ruta Gedmintas as Serafina Pekkala a witch
James McAvoy as Lord Asriel Belacqua a scholar and explorer
Nina Sosanya as Elaine Parry Will's sick mother
Jade Anouka as Ruta Skadi a Latvian witch queen and a former lover of Lord Asriel
Simone Kirby as Dr Mary Malone a physicist from Will's world
Andrew Scott as Colonel John Parry a marine and explorer
Sean Gilder as Father Graves a member of the Magisterium
Kit Connor as Pantalaimon Lyra's daemon
Cristela Alonzo as Hester Lee Scoresby's daemon (series 1 - 2)
Joe Tandberg as Iorek Byrnison (voice and motion-capture), an armoured bear
David Suchet as Kaisa Serafina Pekkala's daemon
Helen McCrory as Stelmaria Asriel's daemon
Eloise Little as Salcilia Roger's daemon (series 1)
Frank Bourke as Fra Pavel Rasek a representative and alethiometrist of the Consistorial Court of Discipline
Jamie Wilkes as Inspector Walters "the pale-faced man" and an associate of Boreal and Thomas
David Langham as Father Garret
Lia Williams as Dr Cooper a Magisterium scientist operating in Bolvangar
Robert Emms as Thomas an agent working for Boreal
Sophie Okonedo as Xaphania an angel (series 2 - present)
Mat Fraser as Raymond Van Gerritt
Geoff Bell as Jack Verhoeven (series 1)
Bella Ramsey as Angelica a girl living in Cittàgazze
Simon Manyonda as Benjamin de Ruyter (series 1)
Morfydd Clark as Sister Clara (series 1)
Tyler Howitt as Billy Costa a Gyptian boy captured by the Gobblers and Ma Costa's younger son
Ian Peck as Cardinal Sturrock the head of the Magisterium
Remmie Milner as Lena Feldt (series 2)
Sasha Frost as Reina Miti (series 2)
Ella Schrey-Yeats as Paola a girl living in Cittàgazze
Peter Serafinowicz as Iofur Raknison (series 1)
Lindsay Duncan as Octavia Father MacPhail's daemon (series 2 - present)
Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Sayan Kötör John Parry's daemon (series 2)
Terence Stamp as Giacomo Paradisi the bearer of the subtle knife residing in Cittàgazze
Georgina Campbell as Adele Starminster a reporter
Ray Fearon as Mr Hanway Will's school boxing coach
Omid Djalili as Dr Martin Lanselius a companion of Lord Asriel
Lewis MacDougall as Tullio a boy living in Cittàgazze
Phoebe Scholfield as Alicia the Master's daemon (series 1)
Sope Dirisu as Sergi Ruta Skadi's daemon (series 2 - present)
Libby Rodliffe as Lyuba Tony Costa's daemon (series 1)
Mary Fernandez as Esme
Nabil Elouahabi as The Bright-Eyed Man
Ruby Llewelyn as Rose
Kate Rutter as Sister Betty
Ian Gelder as Pastor Charles
Harry Melling as Sysselman
Robin Pearce as Oliver Payne
Eva Jazani as Bridget McGinn
Amit Shah as Dr Rendal
Cameron King as Toby
Asheq Akhtar as Jotham Santelia
Martha Bright as Bella
Julie Hale as Zoe - Mary's Sister
Raffiella Chapman as Annie
Marama Corlett as Katja Sirkka a witch
Sandra James-Young as Diane
Amma Ris as Martha
Angus Wright as Dr Haley a scholar
Johanne Murdock as Alanna Perkins
Kirsty Besterman as Sam Cansino
Jane How as Annabel Parry the mother of John and the grandmother of Will
Frankie Hervey as Louise Mary's niece
Brian Protheroe as Graham Parry the father of John and the grandfather of Will
Alfie Todd as Ben Mary's nephew
Joi Johannsson as Iofur Raknison
Pasi Antero Remsu as Samoyed Hunter
Patrick Godfrey as Butler
Philip Goldacre as Sub-Rector
Richard Cunningham as Chaplain
Cath Whitefield as WPC Jenkins
John Macneill as Security Guard
Henry Miller as Porter
Nigel Cooke as Seal Hunter
What are His Dark Materials filming details?
"His Dark Materials" series are produced by BBC, New Line Cinema, Bad Wolf, New Line Productions and Scholastic.
Country of origin: United Kingdom and United States. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about His Dark Materials TV series?
"His Dark Materials" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.9/10.
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