Thursday, January 4, 2018

2ND SEASON TRAILER FOR SKY'S 17TH CENTURY EPIC DRAMA 'JAMESTOWN' WITH JASON FLEMYNG, STUART MARTIN, MATT STOKOE, GWILYM LEE, NIAMH WALSH!

'JAMESTOWN'
 2ND SEASON TRAILER IS HERE!
Just as we are waiting for their new epic show Britannia to start airing next week, British Sky has released a trailer for the second season of another of their historical dramas JAMESTOWN which was, as you probably know, our
The second season should air its eight new episodes next month!
favourite epic series last year (together with Medici Masters of Florence). The second season of the drama, which was a huge success for Sky last year, will start airing this February!
SKY'S JAMESTOWN
 set in the early 17th Century, tells the story of three courageous, dynamic women who leave their dark pasts behind in England, and make the journey of
Alice and Silas found out they're expecting a baby last season
a lifetime across the ocean for a new life in America as the wives of the male colonists who have lived more than 10 years without women.The first season
Matt Stokoe returns as broken hearted blacksmith James Read
showed them settling and finding their place bravely and courageously in the town ruled by men and hunger for gold and power. As you remember the final
Will Verity, played by Niamh Walsh, take over her husband tavern?
scene had a shocker of black slaves being brought into JAMESTOWN and the second season will obviously deal with all the ghosts that were disturbed by it.

THE OLD CAST RETURNS
Naomi Battrick, Sophie Rundle and Niamh Walsh return as the female protagonists, our beloved boys Stuart Martin, Matt Stokoe and Gwilym
Stuart Martin returns as the man in love Silas Sharrow!
Lee return as their supporters and lovers, with Jason Flemyng and Burn Gorman ruling the town again as the governor and the secretary. Ben Star
Charismatic Gwylim Lee returns as the goodhearted Samuel Castell
is back as everyone's fave doctor of the town! Abubakar Salim, Abiola Ogunbiyi and Rachel Colwell join the second season cast as the new
Ben Starr is back as the charming doctor Christopher Priestley
members! Carnival Films that also did Downton Abbey, Hollow Crown, Dracula, Last Kingdom and many others of our favourite historical dramas is also producing this one!

14 comments:

  1. I am looking forward to catching up on Jamestown. Along with Harlots, those were the two new series last year that I was most excited about.

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    1. I loved both. I thought I wouldn't like Harlots as much as I did, but it was very nice

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    2. Good to hear they get the Dezzy seal of approval!

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    3. you will like them both! You might also like The Miniaturist as it is mildly creepy :) but I did not like the new Little Women so much. I've started Tom Hardy's Taboo too, so far very weird

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    4. I am also looking forward to The Miniaturist. It did have that weird, creepy feeling in the trailers, so it was definitely on my radar. Is Taboo very weird good or very weird bad? Do we need to skip that one?

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    5. I watched just the first episode, watching the second one tonight. The first one wasn't exactly bad but it was very dark and it was very obvious it was made with the sole purpose to be dark and for Hardy to act all weird and grim because he is one of them nasty bastards with issues that needs some torture porn and weirdness to be happy in his life :) I will give it a go a few more episodes before Britannia starts later this month.

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    6. Let us know when you are a few more episodes in if we should add it to the watch list. I don't like shows that are dark just for shock value, so if it continues on that path, I'll definitely skip it.

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    7. I've finished episode four last night, will watch two more this week. It is watchable, but very slow. It is very much dark because those times were pretty much nasty, dark and lawless and he stood up against the king, the West India company, against Britain and even AMerica. The premise is interesting (he inherits a strip of land over in America which is a key point for trade and who has it controls all trade between continents) but it could've been done a bit more dynamic. Hardy is naked half of the time.

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  2. Historic is big these days! This looks great~ How are you Dezzy? I have missed you and your Hollywood insight! Cheers to 2018~
    I am hooked on a Syfy series called The Magicians.

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    1. We had posts on Magicians in previous years, I haven't watched it, though

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  3. Don't know Jamestown, but it seems to be atmospheric and very interesting, great period and costumes...

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    1. The first season was amazing, I think you would really like it, Phillie!

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  4. I will have to add this to my list of shows to watch. I do love a good historical drama.

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    1. it was my fave last year next to Medici Masters of Florence! Last Kingdom, Poldark and Victoria were also good.

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