Dickinson

Aired: Feb 12, 2021 , Friday at 0:00 on Apple TV+

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Episode Summary: When her poem is finally published in Sam's newspaper, Emily is shocked to discover that she has become invisible to the world.
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I’m Nobody! Who are you?

Can someone explain to me what the actual frick just happened? On a show that isn't afraid to push the boundaries of reality from time to time, Dickinson Season 2 Episode 8 was an episode in its own league, as the series leaned heavily into the supernatural and fantastical this installment. It was a weird and wonderful masterpiece in and of itself that had to be completely outdone by the final scene. Sue and Sam. Let's just let that pairing sink in. Suddenly... more

 
 
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TVLine Items: Finn Jones to Dickinson, Genius Season 3 First Look and More

Finn Jones is punching in for a new TV role: The former Iron Fist star has joined the previously announced second season of Dickinson, TVLine has learned. Jones will appear in the Apple TV+ comedy as Samuel Bowles, an energetic and magnetic newspaper editor. Additionally, Pico Alexander (Catch-22) has been cast as Henry “Ship” Shipley, an Amherst College dropout who boards with the Dickinso... more

'Dickinson' Corrects the Narrative on Emily Dickinson's Queerness, Humor, and Spirit

It’s been a very good year for Emily Dickinson fans — and even better for the gay ones. Earlier this year saw the release of “Wild Nights With Emily,” Madeleine Olnek’s whip-smart romp starring none other than comedy icon Molly Shannon as the long misunderstood poet. Aside from being wildly entertaining, the film helped to re-vamp Dickinson’s image as a reclusive spinster — a myth that helped sell her work to a sexist public and has been widely disputed by D... more

Apple TV Plus Renews Four Series as Glimpses Emerge of First-Week Activity

Apple TV Plus has given second season orders to the four scripted drama series that launched the streaming service last week. Dramas “See,” “For All Mankind,” “Dickinson” and “The Morning Show” have been greenlit for sophomore seasons. “Morning Show,” led by Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, already had a two-season order and is already at wo... more

 
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