‘Dickinson’ Premiers Ahead of Time in Tribeca TV Festival

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One of Apple’s original show, titled ‘Dickinson’ has premiered ahead of its specified show date on November 1 at the Tribeca TV Festival.

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The show’s creator and runner Alena Smith, as well as stars Jane Krakowski and Hailee Steinfeld were on hand to answer questions about the series.

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‘Dickinson’ is TV drama about the life of Emily Dickinson, with modern twists. Alena Smith mentions that it’s about a modern consciousness that’s trapped within a pre-modern era. When it showed, the opening had the words ‘An Apple Original’.

After the pilot episode, the show’s stars praised Apple, saying that the firm has put in a lot of consideration and money, which translated well on screen. On social media, reactions have been largely positive.

Apple TV+ is set to launch with at least 8 original shows, including Dickinson, The Morning Show and more. The service costs $4.99 a month and comes free for 12 months when you buy an Apple TV, Mac, iPad or iPhone.

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Samantha Wiley

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