Last year the BBC aired the historic British drama A very British scandal, and now thanks to Prime Video, the series is getting an international release. As announced in a new trailer released today, fans in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand will be able to stream A very British scandal on Prime Video starting April 22.
A very British scandal Emmy nominated Paul Bettany and Emmy winner Claire Foy as Duke and Duchess of Argyll. The miniseries documents the real-life story of the Duke and Duchess as they navigated a divorce that became one of the most public and scandalous legal cases of 1960s Britain.
In the trailer, we see the couple publicly revel in the lavish lifestyle that comes with being Duke and Duchess, but privately tensions between them rise. The trailer shows the Duke drinking heavily and being cruel to the Duchess. Additionally, the trailer poses an imminent threat to the couple running out of money. We then see a scene of the Duke and Duchess accusing each other of infidelity, with the Duke taunting her for having evidence against her when she has none against him. As the trailer ends, we see glimpses of public opinion turning against the Duchess as reporters hunt her down.
The miniseries was written and created by Sarah Phelps with the three episodes directed by Anne Sevitsky. Phelps once wrote as Dublin murders and The ABC Murders. Meanwhile, Sewitsky has already directed episodes of shows like black mirror and stone castle. A very British scandal is a sequel to the 2018 series A very English scandal which told the story of a 1970s British political and sex scandal. Both shows are from the same production company, Blueprint. A very English scandal is currently available to stream on Prime Video.
Flux A very British scandal regarding Prime Video on April 22. Watch the trailer and read the full synopsis of the miniseries below:
Famous for her charisma, beauty and style, Margaret, Duchess of Argyll dominated the front pages as a divorce with accusations of forgery, theft, violence, drug use, secret taping, corruption and an explicit Polaroid photo. the white-hot glare of 1960s media.
A very British scandal returns to this scandal in order to explore the social and political climate of post-war Britain, examining attitudes towards women and questioning whether institutional misogyny was prevalent at the time. While her contemporaries, the press and the judiciary sought to vilify her, Margaret held her head high with bravery and resilience, refusing to go quietly as she was betrayed by her friends and publicly shamed by a society that reveled in her downfall. of thanks. .
‘A Very British Scandal’ Trailer Reveals Release Date for Claire Foy and Paul Bettany’s Drama Miniseries
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