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2017 — Season 2
Jenna as Queen Victoria
ITV – This ambitious 8-part drama follows the early life of Queen Victoria (Jenna Coleman), from her accession to the throne at the tender age of 18 through to her courtship and marriage to Prince Albert (Tom Hughes). The series chronicles the public and private life of one of history’s most interesting and influential monarchs.
Rufus Sewell stars as Lord Melbourne, Victoria’s first prime minister, and Tom Hughes as her husband, Prince Albert.
Jenna new drama Queen Victoria has wrapped filming yesterday (I thought they wrapped on the 13th but apparently not Jenna). The show will be broadcasted on ITV later this year – probably during the fall. A couple of behind the scenes posted by Jenna on Instagram and by the Victoria Official Twitter have been added to the gallery, enjoy!
Epic new drama series Victoria is coming this year to ITV. Starring Jenna Coleman, Rufus Sewell and Tom Hughes. Be sure to watch a brief first look at the Jenna’s new series below:
The official ITV’s Victoria Facebook and Twitter pages just updated their headers with a beautiful new promotional image from the show. The photo has been now added to our gallery, be sure to check it out!
DEADLINE – Victoria will air on PBS’ Masterpiece in the Sunday timeslot Downton Abbey has occupied the last six years, the programming service said this afternoon at TCA. It’s slated to premiere in 2017. Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who) stars as the young Queen Victoria, a neglected teenager who became Queen and eventually the most powerful woman in the world.
“Downton Abbey has proved that millions of viewers will turn up year after year for a beautifully crafted period drama,” Masterpiece exec producer Rebecca Eaton would have told TV critics today at TCA, were she not upstairs in her hotel room with the flu, so PBS put it in writing. “Victoria has it all: a riveting script, brilliant cast, and spectacular locations. And it’s a true story! This is exactly the kind of programming Masterpiece fans will love,” she said in her statement.
Victoria is a co-production with Mammoth Screen, producer of crunchy gravel drama Poldark, and Endeavour, for ITV and is distributed internationally by ITV Studios Global Entertainment. It is created and written by best-selling novelist Daisy Goodwin (The American Heiress) in her screenwriting debut. Goodwin read through 62 million words of Victoria’s diaries to write the story of Victoria’s transformation from teen to Queen.
The eight-part drama follows her from the time she becomes queen in 1837 at the age of 18, through her courtship and marriage to Prince Albert. Famous for her candor and spirit, and for having had nine children, Victoria reigned 63 years, which made her England’s longest-serving monarch, until she got beat out by Elizabeth II in September 2015. (source)