When an individual mentions literature a must name there is Emily Dickinson, who raised her voice against patriarchy. She was one of the very few female literary figures who made their place even in contemporary literature. Well for those who do not like to read to know about Emily Dickinson, here is a TV show for you titled as “Dickinson”, which depicts the life of Emily and her struggles in the society and patriarchy. The first season of Dickinson premiered in November 2019, in AppleTV+. The imagination of the maker really bought the show to life and the wonderful job by the cast and crew is what makes it more interesting to watch.
Release date: Dickinson season 2
After the success of the first season of the show the makers confirmed the return of the show for a second season. The immense craze for the show and its comic elements just makes it better. The first season is consists of 10 episodes in total and so will the second season. The show is not delaying its release in any manner even after a pandemic and is all set to stream from 8th of January, 2021. The fans are going to get many other details and look into the life of Dickinson soon. The makers are also hoping for season 3 if this season takes over and for good, there will be a depiction of their lives during the Civil war.
Cast: Dickinson season 2
The show is all ready to air again in January 2021 with the old cast,
- The character of Emily Dickinson is portrayed by Hailee Steinfeld,
- The father, Edward Dickinson is portrayed by Toby Huss,
- The mother, Emily Dickinson is portrayed by Jane Krakowski,
- The older brother of Emily Dickinson by Adrian Enscoe,
- The youngest sister by Anna Baryshnikov, and
- Sue Gilbert by Ella Hunt.
Plot: Dickinson season 2
The whole story is about a great literary figure who left her mark in literature but many are aware of her work and not her struggles, in this show the maker Alena Smith depicts the untold story and struggles Dickinson faced in her life and how she overcame to make her mark. The main concern of her life is patriarchy. Her father is the biggest obstacle in her life and in between her dreams. One can safely assume that this show is a type of autobiography of Emily as there are scenes which are from her original work.
The first season showed her struggles to overcome her struggles and the second season explores her work and how her work got published and her difficulty to the new world of fame and her struggles caused because of it. Although many might say that Emily herself has many and mixed reactions and feelings towards success and fame. The secrecy of her work and the centric point of many being about fame, she did not enjoy it to a full extent and saw it as problematic but one might question how hooked and controlled she was by this that it depicts in her literary work. The showrunner intends to concentrate on this particular topic in season 2.