The third and final season of Dickinson is due to air on Apple TV, and we spoke with the stars and showrunner!

Dickinson is a modern interpretation of poet Emily Dickinson. Season 3 kicks off with the Dickinson family grappling with the Civil War that is rampaging through the country. As Emily deals with her affair with Sue – who is now heavily pregnant with Austin’s baby, the young wordsmith is affected by death that plagues the entire country.

We spoke with lead Hailee Steinfield and Anna Baryshnikov about shooting the new series and how grief and trauma feeds into their performance and that of their characters.

We spoke with showrunner Alena Smith about this darker chapter of the show and how the impact of the recent global pandemic helped inform the emotional arcs of the characters.

Speaking about strained relationships, we also spoke with actors Adrian Blake Enscoe and Ella Hunt about Austin and Sue’s tempestuous marriage.

On top of this, we spoke with Chinaza Uche and Amanda Warren about how slavery, protest, and the civil war informs the actions of their characters.

Season 3 is set to be an incredible and we cannot wait for everyone to see it!

The first three episodes of the ten-episode season 3 of Dickinson will premiere globally on Friday, November 5, 2021, on Apple TV+, followed by one new episode weekly every Friday through December 24, 2021.