The Nevers: Victorian Women Have Powers In Joss Whedon’s New Series


After passing through the Marvel Cinematic UniverseJoss Whedon returns to television in style with a series that assures to invoke the maxims of fantasy and female empowerment that he already showed in ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’. HBO presents ‘ The Nevers ‘, a six-episode series created by Whedon, although he resigned from his role as showrunner last November for personal reasons and now it is Philippa Goslett (co-writer of ‘How to talk to girls at parties’) who is in command. After months of mystery, there is already a first official trailer. And it promises.

Mixing ‘steampunk’ and fantasy set in Victorian London, with airs of ‘X-Men’ and ‘Dr. Who ‘,’ The Nevers’ stars Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly, accompanied by Olivia Williams, James NortonTom RileyRochelle NeilEleanor Tomlinson, and Ben Chaplin, among others.

The official synopsis is as follows:

“In the last years of the reign of Victoria, London is full of ‘Touched’ ( Touched ): people, mostly women, who suddenly manifest abnormal abilities, some lovely, some very disturbing These include Amalia True (Laura Donnelly), a mysterious and agile widow, and Penance Adair (Ann Skelly), a brilliant young inventor. They are the guardians of this new underclass, creating a home for the ‘Touched’, as they fight against the forces of. Well, almost all existing forces, to make room for those for whom history as we know it has no place. “

Finally and with the aim of finishing off the information we can only remind you that the premiere date of The Nevers “ is scheduled for April on HBO.

So far everything we know at the moment about The Nevers “. We will update this article as new details become known so if you want to stay up to date on entertainment news, stay tuned and keep reading ” “.


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