Release date: November 1, 2019

Country: United States,

Dickinson is an American comedy streaming television series about Emily Dickinson, created by Alena Smith and produced for Apple TV+. Starring Hailee Steinfeld as Dickinson, the first season was released on November 1, 2019, when Apple TV+ debuted. The technical crew includes Drum & Lace, Ian Hultquist for music direction, for cinematography, and William Henry, Kyle Gilman, Jane Rizzo, Mollie Goldstein, Camilla Toniolo, Colin Patton, Jesse Gordon, Alex Minnick, Anthony Muzzatti, Vincent F. Welch for editing. Check below for more inside information about Dickinson. This page will put a light upon the Dickinson wiki, cast info, release date, teaser/trailer, actors/actresses with their roles, controversies, trivia, shooting location info, rumors, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Check out: Dickinson Season 3

Dickinson Synopsis:

Dickinson takes place “during Emily Dickinson’s era with a modern sensibility and tone. It takes viewers into the world of Emily, audaciously exploring the constraints of society, gender, and family from the perspective of a budding writer who doesn’t fit in to her own time through her imaginative point of view. Dickinson is Emily’s coming-of-age story – one woman’s fight to get her voice heard.”

Dickinson Wiki:

Title Dickinson
Original Title Dickinson
Type Series
Genre Biography, Comedy, Drama,
Release date November 1, 2019
Language(s) English,
Director(s) Silas Howard, Stacie Passon, David Gordon Green, Patrick R. Norris, Lynn Shelton, Rosemary Rodriguez, Christopher Storer, Alena Smith, Keith Powell
Creator(s) Alena Smith
Writer(s) Alena Smith, Ken Greller, Ayo Edebiri, Yael Green, Sophie Zucker, Rachel Axler, Robbie Macdonald, Ali Waller, Hayes Davenport, Darlene Hunt, Ziwe Fumudoh
Producer(s) Paul Lee, Jordan Murcia, Alena Smith, Michael Sugar, Alex Goldstone, Diana Schmidt, Hailee Steinfeld, Ashley Zalta, Darlene Hunt, Ian M. Adelson, Robbie Macdonald, Josh Stern, David Gordon Green, Sarah Grace Parker
Music Director(s) Drum & Lace, Ian Hultquist
Editor(s) William Henry, Kyle Gilman, Jane Rizzo, Mollie Goldstein, Camilla Toniolo, Colin Patton, Jesse Gordon, Alex Minnick, Anthony Muzzatti, Vincent F. Welch
Country United States,
Network Apple TV+
Production companies

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‘Dickinson‘ Cast Credits:

  • Adrian Enscoe as Austin Dickinson
  • Hailee Steinfeld as Emily Dickinson
  • Anna Baryshnikov  as Lavinia Dickinson
  • Jane Krakowski  as Mrs. Dickinson
  • Toby Huss as Edward Dickinson
  • Ella Hunt as Sue Gilbert
  • Chinaza Uche  as Henry
  • Gus Birney as Jane Humphreys
  • Darlene Hunt  as Maggie
  • Sophie Zucker as Abby
  • Allegra Heart as Abiah
  • Kevin Yee as Toshiaki
  • Finn Jones as Samuel Bowles
  • Samuel Farnsworth as George Gould
  • Pico Alexander as Henry ‘Ship’ Shipley
  • Will Pullen as Nobody
  • Robert Picardo as Ithamar Conkey
  • Ayo Edebiri as Hattie
  • Erin Gerasimovich as Anna
  • Neville Lee as Clara
  • Amanda Warren as Betty
  • Gus Halper as Joseph
  • Matt Lauria as Ben Newton
  • Wiz Khalifa as Death
  • Jessica Hecht as Aunt Lavinia
  • Jason Mantzoukas as Bee
  • Warren Katz as Minister
  • John Mulaney as Henry David Thoreau
  • Levi Arielle Ricks as Helen
  • Mark Rosa as Piano Player
  • John Leonard Thompson as Mr. Humphrey
  • Teddy Bergman as Minister
  • Sergio King as Dancer #2
  • Dee Hoty as Mrs. Humphrey
  • Ade Otukoya as Henry ‘Box’ Brown
  • Max Chernin as Samuel Strong
  • Joey Odom as Archibald
  • Caroline Pluta as Dancer #3
  • Joseph Fierberg as Dancer #1
  • Nacho Tambunting as Dancer #5
  • Zosia Mamet as Louisa May Alcott
  • Timothy Simons as Frederick Law Olmsted
  • Jeremy Lawrence as Professor Hitchcock
  • Kelli Barrett as Adelaide May
  • Nick Kroll as Edgar Allan Poe
  • Michael Braun as Thomas Elliot Moody
  • Curtis Bannister as Opera Chorus Member 1
  • Marié Botha as Mary Bowles
  • James Dwyer as Prefect
  • Julia Hoffmann as Fiddler
  • Lindsay Nicole Chambers as Opera Chorus Member 2
  • Peter Maloney as Doctor Brewster
  • Corwin C. Tuggles as College Boy #1
  • Ron Crawford as Usher
  • Cody Jamison Strand as College Boy #2
  • Ashley Carvalho  as Twin Sister A
  • Peggy Cosgrave as Mrs. Thoreau
  • Timiki Salinas as Another Student
  • Jen Ponton as Body Healer
  • Kimberly Carvalho as Twin Sister B
  • Lucas Near-Verbrugghe as James
  • Charlie Romo as Scrawny Freshman
  • Abra Tabak as Thoreau’s Sister
  • Vince Edgehill as Conductor
  • Charise Greene as Headmistress
  • Yoni Kallai as Acrobat #1
  • Jibz Cameron as Sanford Robinson Gifford
  • Brendan Dalton as Sylvester
  • Angela Elaine Butch as Acrobat #2
  • Emma Roos as Passenger #1
  • James Urbaniak as Ophthalmologist
  • Skyler Gallun as Passenger #2
  • Clinton Clark as Passenger
  • Dasha Nekrasova as Ellen Mandeville Grout
  • Malaiyka Reid as Dancer #4
  • Anna Stone as Proposal Friend #2
  • Brianna LaTrash as Proposal Friend #3
  • Emilio Oliveira as Loud Man
  • Alison Cimmet as Art Teacher
  • Lauren Dalal as Proposal Friend #4
  • Anna O’Donoghue as Loud Woman
  • Jared Koron as Falconer
  • Alexis Floyd as Proposal Friend #5
  • Brendan Hayes as Dishwasher Vendor
  • Jamel Davall Rodriguez as Freddie
  • Garo Yellin as Cellist
  • Ryan Manuel Koerber as Proposal Friend #6
  • Omar Shaukat as Townie 1
  • Andre Urban as Sailor
  • Erin Kommor as Proposal Friend #7
  • Tim Simon as Townie 2
  • Braeden Brickner as Newspaper Boy
  • Tricia DeSario as Proposal Friend #8
  • Olivia Khoshatefeh as Young Woman #1
  • Tatiana Marie Barber as Activist
  • Manuela Sosa as Young Woman #2
  • Anthony Auguste as Dancer
  • Emma Diner as Proposal Friend #10
  • Kenny Bermudez as Dancer
  • Chloe Campbell as Dancer
  • Trevor Hosteen McChristian as Proposal Friend #12
  • Shawn Alynda Fisher as Dancer
  • Marquis Floyd as Dancer
  • Tom Giron as Proposal Friend #14
  • Antonio Harvey as Dancer
  • Joan Jaffe as Proposal Friend #15
  • Marley Lubin as Dancer
  • Roger Preston Smith as Proposal Friend #16

Trailer/ Teaser of Dickinson:

When does Dickinson premiere?

Dickinson Series releasing on November 1, 2019.

Where can I watch Dickinson?

Dickinson Series releasing on Apple TV+.

Frequently Asked Questions!

  • What is the premiere date for Dickinson?
    Release date of Dickinson is November 1, 2019.
  • Who is/are the director/s of Dickinson?
    Silas Howard, Stacie Passon, David Gordon Green, Patrick R. Norris, Lynn Shelton, Rosemary Rodriguez, Christopher Storer, Alena Smith, Keith Powell


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