HBO has launched The Gilded Age Season 2 teaser trailer for the upcoming return of Julian Fellowes’ interval drama, starring Christine Baranski and Carrie Coon. The subsequent chapter is scheduled to premiere on October 29 on HBO and Max.

The video options the return of Coon’s Bertha Russell, as her combat in opposition to New York’s elite society rages on. She and her husband proceed to show they’ve what it takes to achieve the best echelons of New York. Different events, nonetheless, search to discredit them.

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What to Count on in The Gilded Age Season 2?

“Season two begins on Easter morning 1883, with the information that Bertha Russell’s bid for a field on the Academy of Music has been rejected,” reads the synopsis. “Via the eight episodes of the season, we watch as Bertha challenges Mrs. Astor and the outdated system and works to not solely acquire a foothold in Society, however to doubtlessly take a number one function in it. George Russell takes on his personal battle with a rising union at his metal plant in Pittsburgh. Within the Brook Home, Marian continues her journey to seek out her approach on this planet secretly instructing at a women faculty whereas a lot to everybody’s shock Ada begins a brand new courtship. In fact, Agnes approves of none of it. In Brooklyn, the Scott household begins to heal from a stunning discovery, and Peggy faucets into her activist spirit via her work with T. Thomas Fortune on the NY Globe.”

The Gilded Age is created and govt produced by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes from a screenplay he co-wrote with Sonja Warfield. The collection stars Carrie Coon, Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon, Morgan Spector, Louisa Jacobson, Denée Benton, Ben Ahlers, Michael Cerveris, Kelley Curran, Taissa Farmiga, Jack Gilpin, and extra.

The collection is govt produced by Warfield, Gareth Neame, David Crockett, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, and Micheal Engler, with the latter two additionally serving as administrators. It’s a co-production between HBO and Common Tv.

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