New series on SkyShowtime.  It's a historical drama with an all-star cast

New series on SkyShowtime. It’s a historical drama with an all-star cast

SkyShowtime announces a series that will be available for subscription at the beginning of next month. We’re talking about the historical drama Mary & George.

Mary & George is a miniseries inspired by an unlikely but true story, starring Oscar and BAFTA winner Julianne Moore (Still Alice, Far From Heaven), Nicholas Galitzine (Cinderella, Purple Hearts) and Tony Curran (Mayflies, Your Honour). The premiere of the Mary & George series is scheduled for March 8. The production will be available exclusively on SkyShowtime.

Mary & George on SkyShowtime. Premiere on March 8

Mary & George is a historical drama in which Julianne Moore plays Mary Villiers – a terrifyingly ambitious woman from a poor family who ensured that her second son, George (Nicholas Galitzine), seduced King James I of England (Tony Curran) and became his powerful lover.

Mary had always been smarter than those around her, but she was still waiting for her big chance. Finally, she noticed how she could take advantage of the king’s unbridled appetite for delicious wine, good company and wonderful men. Handsome and charismatic, but naive, George is thrown into the middle of his mother’s plot against the king. A bold plot and seductive charm allow Mary and George to conquer the heart of the English court and become the most powerful family in the country. However, as George gains power, his relationship with his mother becomes more complicated. A man must prove to himself that a dazzling appearance is not all he has to offer. He wants to leave his mark on history, regardless of the consequences.

The star cast also included: Nicola Walker (The Split, Unforgotten), Niamh Algar (The Wonder, Malpractice), Trine Dyrholm (The Legacy, Queen Of Hearts), Sean Gilder (Sherwood, Slow Horses), Adrian Rawlins (Living, Chernobyl), Mark O’Halloran (The Miracle Club, The Virtues), Laurie Davidson (Masters of the Air, Guilty Party), Samuel Blenkin (Atlanta, The Witcher: Blood Origin), Jacob McCarthy (SAS: Rogue Heroes, The Tragedy of Macbeth), Tom Victor (Consent), Alice Grant (Anthem at Almeida Theatre), Amelia Gething (Emily, The Amelia Gething Complex), Mirren Mack (The Nest, The Witcher: Blood Origin), Rina Mahoney (Happy Valley, Cobra) i Simon Russell Beale (The Death of Stalin, The Outfit).

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