"Carnival Row" is an American neo-noir fantasy web television series directed by Thor Freudenthal, Jon Amiel, Anna Foerster, Andy Goddard, René Echevarria and Travis Beacham.
The starring cast includes Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne, Simon McBurney, Tamzin Merchant, David Gyasi, Andrew Gower, Karla Crome, Arty Froushan, Indira Varma, Jared Harris and others.

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

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Carnival Row TV series?

Amazon Prime Video on Tuesday, August 06, 2019 released the trailer for "Carnival Row" you can watch here:
Carnival Row Season 1 - Official Trailer | Prime Video.

Plot summary

What is Carnival Row TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Carnival Row" TV series plot summary.

Carnival Row follows "mythical creatures who have fled their war-torn homeland and gathered in the city as tensions are simmering between citizens and the growing immigrant population." At the center of the drama is the investigation into a string of unsolved murders, madness of power, unresolved love, and social adjustments eating away at whatever uneasy peace exists.

Cast

Who plays who in the Carnival Row TV series?

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

Orlando Bloom  as Rycroft Philostrate ("Philo"), an Inspector of the Burgue Constabulary, investigating a dark conspiracy at the heart of the city
Cara Delevingne  as Vignette Stonemoss a fae and Philo's former lover
Simon McBurney  as Runyon Millworthy a human street performer and master of a troupe of kobolds
Tamzin Merchant  as Imogen Spurnrose an heiress
David Gyasi  as Agreus Astrayon a wealthy faun (also known by their derogatory name of "Puck") shunned by Burgue high society for his appearance and origin
Andrew Gower  as Ezra Spurnrose Imogen's brother whom she blames for mishandling the family finances and driving them into debt
Karla Crome  as Tourmaline Larou Vignette's friend and former lover, Poet Laureate of Tirnanoc (Tir na nÓg being the "Land of the Youth", of the Tuatha Dé Danaan, or "People of the Goddess Danu", a legendary ancient fae race), and a courtesan at the Tetterby Hotel in Carnival Row
Arty Froushan  as Jonah Breakspear Absalom's son
Indira Varma  as Piety Breakspear (season 1), Absalom's manipulative wife
Jared Harris  as Absalom Breakspear (season 1), the Chancellor of the Republic of the Burgue
Caroline Ford  as Sophie Longerbane the power-seeking daughter of Ritter Longerbane
Alice Krige  as Aoife Tsigani a Haruspex (or witch) in the service of Piety Breakspear
Maeve Dermody  as Portia Fyfe Philo's landlady whose romantic advances he frequently rebuffs
Jamie Harris  as Sergeant Dombey a constable under the rank of sergeant known to harbor racist beliefs against the Fae and despises Philo for sympathizing with them
Ariyon Bakare  as Darius Sykes Philo's old friend and a former soldier of the Burgue now held in captive luxury due to having been bitten by a Marrok (a type of wolf-man) during the war
Waj Ali  as Constable Berwick Philo's timid partner
Tracey Wilkinson  as Afissa the "Puck" housemaid and cook to the Spurnroses
James Beaumont  as Constable Cuppins a constable
Anna Rust  as Fleury a Pix courtesan at Moira's brothel
Leanne Best  as Madame Moira the proprietor of The Tetterby Hotel, which she uses as a brothel
Mark Lewis Jones  as Magistrate Flute the head constable in the Burgue
Sinead Phelps  as Jenila Sophie Longerbane's "Puck" lady's maid
Scott Reid  as Quilliam ("Quill"), a "Puck" footman, unjustly dismissed by the Chancellor
Theo Barklem-Biggs  as Cabal a "Puck" malcontent seeking to bring his brethren together
Ronan Vibert  as Ritter Longerbane Sophie's father, Absalom Breakspear's primary political opponent, and longtime advocate of Fae subjugation
Jim High  as Fergus a human servant in Mr. Agreus' household
Chloe Pirrie  as Dahlia the ruthless Fae leader of the Black Raven
Jay Ali  as Kaine
Brian Caspe  as Nigel Winetrout
Kevin Michael Clarke  as Constable Allerton
Jacqueline Boatswain  as Mima Blodwen
George Georgiou  as Kastor
Amira Ghazalla  as Mima Danu
Cornelius Booth  as Bagstock
Anthony Kaye  as Bolero
Xander Turian  as Arrested Puck
Paul Dean  as Chopper Speaker
Dejan Bucin  as Hamlyn
Dan Cade  as Sykes
Badria Timimi  as Mima Roosan
John Poston  as Cell Block Guard
Issy Stewart  as Louisa Pembroke
Mina Andala  as Mima Sawsaan
Ian Hanmore  as Master Thorne
Christian Dunckley Clark  as Injured Puck
Gregory Gudgeon  as Morange
John Comer  as Master Symes
Jared Doreck  as Grayson
Ryan Hayes  as Constable Thatch
Veronika Mackova  as Young Aisling
David Nykl  as Constable Boggs
Sam Barlien  as Drell
Michael Pitthan  as Fennimore
Ben Bradshaw  as Constabulary Clerk
Livia Coyle  as Fae Prostitute
Nigel David Young  as Breakspear Backer
Dan Bradford  as Chancery Guard
Julian Stone  as Loop Group
Jeremy Tichy  as Guard 1
Roger Barclay  as Winshaw
Denis Lyons  as Bligh
Matthew Gravelle  as Unseelie Jack
Logan Hillier  as Crabbe
Patrick Brennan  as Captain
Michael Ford-FitzGerald  as Ivos
Marek Adamczyk  as Arturo
Iola Evans  as Ryma
Gabriel Cohen  as Bruno
Ephraim Goldin  as Skipper
David Fisher  as Factory Foreman
Ross Green  as Leonid Penbroke
Josef Karas  as Hector
William Valerián  as Deckhand
Anna Koval  as Oona
Sandra Veronica Stanczyk  as Wren
Monika Foris Kvasnicková  as Puck Lixer Junkie
Daniel Brown  as Ticket Clerk
Andrew Bicknell  as Magister Hood
Sam Hoare  as Leslie Boythorne
Lukwesa Mwamba  as Callie
Leon Ajikawo  as Port Authority Officer
Adam McNab  as Arrested Male Fae
Emma Zamburkova  as Young Refugee Girl
Brendan Douglas  as Auctioneer
John Malafronte  as Foundling Headmaster
Roy McCrerey  as Solicitor Wigsby
Stepánka Pencová  as Female Hob
Gordon Truefitt  as Swan Captain
Leon Herbert  as Pierce Guilfoyle
Patrick M. Bentley  as Advisor
Robinah Kironde  as Hortensia
Robert Mitchell  as Young Absalom
Theo Preston  as Orphan Boy
Joseph Riley  as Peter
Ollie Horsfall  as Chopper #1
Ethan Kamula  as Young Darius
Jan Nemejovský  as Crier
Olivia Grace Tennant  as Franny
Bethany Adams  as Puck Nanny
Zuzana Hodkova  as Lady Tripplethorne
Leos Jurácek  as Chopper #2
Petr Nacovsky  as Chopper #3
Abigail Rice  as Museum Docent
Ilian Gergisák  as Young Philo
Maggie Maxwell  as Toothless Old Woman
El Anthony  as Kardeiz
Wil Johnson  as Puck Butcher
Jake Zahradnik  as Younger Finch
Petra Buckova  as Female Centaur
Lorraine Burroughs  as Magrite
Matthew Burt  as Sailor
Travis O'Neill  as Puck Vendor
Pavel Ponocný  as Brothel Eunuch
Jirí Stanislav  as Sir Elgenai
Sean Cernow  as Drunk Puck
Andrea Miltner  as Female Mourner
Simon Wolfe  as Barker
Kassu Haileloul  as Merchant
Robert Russell  as Longerbane Ally
Lee Andrew Davison  as Older Park Man
Shane Attwooll  as Marlow
Martina Babisova  as Young Mother
David Bowles  as New Dawn Corporal
David Crowley  as Elgo
Trent Garrett  as Akos
Carla Langley  as Zelina
Jamie Marshall  as Photographer
Sofia Novakova  as Villager
Giselle Scantlebury
Stewart Scudamore  as Boz Ghaidos
Enzo Squillino Jr.  as Polsted
Erika Starkova  as Aisling Querelle Philo's mother and a once-famous Pix singer turned to the life of a scavenger

Filming

What are Carnival Row filming details?

"Carnival Row" series are produced by Amazon Studios, Stillking Films, Siesta Productions and Legendary Television.

The average duration of each episode is 50 - 67 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

"Carnival Row" TV series is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Carnival Row TV series?

"Carnival Row" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.9/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 43/100.

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