"Dickinson" is an American comedy streaming television series directed by Alena Smith.
The starring cast includes Hailee Steinfeld, Toby Huss, Anna Baryshnikov, Ella Hunt, Jane Krakowski, Chinaza Uche, Adrian Blake Enscoe, Samuel Farnsworth, Darlene Hunt, Wiz Khalifa and others.

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

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Dickinson TV series?

Apple TV on Friday, December 11, 2020 released the trailer for "Dickinson" you can watch here:
Dickinson - Season 2 Official Trailer | Apple TV+.

Plot summary

What is Dickinson TV series plot?

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

Dickinson takes place "during Emily Dickinson's era with a modern sensibility and tone. It takes viewers into the world of Emily, audaciously exploring the constraints of society, gender, and family from the perspective of a budding writer who doesn't fit in to her own time through her imaginative point of view. Dickinson is Emily's coming-of-age story - one woman's fight to get her voice heard."

Cast

Who plays who in the Dickinson TV series?

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

Hailee Steinfeld  as Emily Dickinson an aspiring poet
Toby Huss  as Edward Dickinson the father of Emily, Austin, and Lavinia
Anna Baryshnikov  as Lavinia "Vinnie" Dickinson the youngest of the Dickinson siblings; she as upset that her parents aren't attempting to find her a suitor
Ella Hunt  as Sue Gilbert Emily's best friend and Austin's fiancée
Jane Krakowski  as Emily Norcross Dickinson the mother of Emily, Austin, and Lavinia
Chinaza Uche  as Henry an African-American hired hand of the Dickinson family
Samuel Farnsworth  as George Gould (season 1), a friend of Austin
Darlene Hunt  as Maggie a maid hired by Edward at the request of Emily
Wiz Khalifa  as Death (season 1)
Gus Birney  as Jane Humphrey the most popular girl in town
Sophie Zucker  as Abby Wood one of Jane's minions
Amanda Warren  as Betty
Allegra Heart  as Abiah Root one of Jane's minions
Kevin Yee  as Toshiaki a friend of Jane's
Gus Halper  as Joseph Lyman (season 1), the young man in whom Lavinia as interested
Robert Picardo  as Ithamar Conkey a townsperson
Jason Mantzoukas  as Bee (voice; season 1), one of Emily's hallucinations
Matt Lauria  as Ben Newton (season 1), a law clerk for Mr. Dickinson
Finn Jones  as Samuel Bowles (season 2)
Pico Alexander  as Henry 'Ship' Shipley
Jessica Hecht  as aunt Lavinia Emily Norcross Dickinson's sister, and the world-traveling widowed aunt of Emily, Austin, and Lavinia
John Mulaney  as Henry David Thoreau (in "Alone, I Cannot Be", "I Felt a Funeral, in My Brain")
Zosia Mamet  as Louisa May Alcott (in "There's a Certain Slant of Light")
Adrian Enscoe  as Austin Dickinson
Erin Gerasimovich  as Anna
Ayo Edebiri  as Hattie
Neville Lee  as Clara
Will Pullen  as Nobody
Warren Katz  as Minister
Mark Rosa  as Piano Player
John Leonard Thompson  as Mr. Humphrey
Teddy Bergman  as Minister
Sergio King  as Dancer #2
Dee Hoty  as Mrs. Humphrey
Caroline Pluta  as Dancer #3
Joseph Fierberg  as Dancer #1
Nacho Tambunting  as Dancer #5
Ade Otukoya  as Henry "Box" Brown
Max Chernin  as Samuel Strong
Erin Kommor  as Erin
Timothy Simons  as Frederick Law Olmsted
Jeremy Lawrence  as Professor Hitchcock
Michael Braun  as Thomas Elliot Moody
James Dwyer  as Prefect
Julia Hoffmann  as Fiddler
Peter Maloney  as Doctor Brewster
Corwin C. Tuggles  as College Boy #1
Cody Jamison Strand  as College Boy #2
Ashley Carvalho  as Twin Sister A
Peggy Cosgrave  as Mrs. Thoreau
Timiki Salinas  as Another Student
Kimberly Carvalho  as Twin Sister B
Lucas Near-Verbrugghe  as James
Charlie Romo  as Scrawny Freshman
Abra Tabak  as Thoreau's Sister
Vince Edgehill  as Conductor
Charise Greene  as Headmistress
Yoni Kallai  as Acrobat #1
Jibz Cameron  as Sanford Robinson Gifford
Angela Elaine Butch  as Acrobat #2
Emma Roos  as Passenger #1
James Urbaniak  as Ophthalmologist
Skyler Gallun  as Passenger #2
Clinton Clark  as Passenger
Dasha Nekrasova  as Ellen Mandeville Grout
Malaiyka Reid  as Dancer #4
Anna Stone  as Proposal Friend #2
Levi Arielle Ricks  as Helen
Brianna LaTrash  as Proposal Friend #3
Emilio Oliveira  as Loud Man
Alison Cimmet  as Art Teacher
Lauren Dalal  as Proposal Friend #4
Anna O'Donoghue  as Loud Woman
Jared Koron  as Falconer
Alexis Floyd  as Proposal Friend #5
Brendan Hayes  as Dishwasher Vendor
Garo Yellin  as Cellist
Ryan Manuel Koerber  as Proposal Friend #6
Andre Urban  as Sailor
Joey Odom  as Archibald
Tricia DeSario  as Proposal Friend #8
Olivia Khoshatefeh  as Young Woman #1
Manuela Sosa  as Young Woman #2
Emma Diner  as Proposal Friend #10
Trevor Hosteen McChristian  as Proposal Friend #12
Tom Giron  as Proposal Friend #14
Joan Jaffe  as Proposal Friend #15
Roger Preston Smith  as Proposal Friend #16
Marié Botha  as Mary Bowles
Lindsay Nicole Chambers  as Opera Chorus Member
Kristin McGuire  as Additional Voices
Jamel Davall Rodriguez  as Freddie

Filming

What are Dickinson filming details?

"Dickinson" series are produced by Tuning Fork Productions, Sugar 23, wiip and Anonymous Content.

The average duration of each episode is 26 - 34 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Dickinson TV series?

"Dickinson" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.3/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 74/100.

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