Amalia True

The Nevers Characters | Amelia True played by Laura Donnelly GALLERY | LAURA DONNELLY | THE NEVERS | THE TOUCHED Amelia True is the most…

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Doctor Horatio Cousins

The Nevers Characters | Doctor Horatio Cousins Played By Zachary Momoh GALLERY | ZACHARY MOMOH | THE NEVERS Doctor Horatio Cousins is one of the…

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Annie Carbey

The Nevers Characters | Annie Carbey played by Rochelle Neil GALLERY | ROCHELLE NEIL | THE NEVERS Annie Carbey, aka Bonfire, a career criminal who…

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Dr Edmund Hague

The Nevers Characters | Dr Edmund Hague played by Denis O’Hare GALLERY | DENIS O’HARE | THE NEVERS Dr Edmund Hague is a gifted American…

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Mary Brighton

The Nevers Characters | Mary Brighton played by Eleanor Tomlinson GALLERY | ELEANOR TOMLINSON | THE NEVERS Gentle but surprisingly resilient, Mary pursued her dream…

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c|net Review: The Nevers

The historical fantasy series streams on HBO Max from April 11, It begins with a wordless opening scene in which people wander about in old-timey frocks for several minutes, but hang in there: The fun soon starts as out Victorian-era heroines seek out a child who may be cursed by the devil. That leads to an acrobatic fight scene packed with luminescent hand grenades and weaponized parasols, setting the tone for an adventure full of kick-ass women taking on sinister baddies.

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Los Angeles Times Review: The Nevers

Kicking butt in corsets and slaying with parasols, Victorian sci-fi drama “The Nevers” arrives under, or at least alongside, a cloud: Creator Joss Whedon, who left the series in November citing exhaustion, has been the subject of multiple allegations since last summer of creating an abusive work environment on other projects, including by”Justice League’s” Ray Fisher and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s” Charisma Carpenter and Michelle Trachtenberg.

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TV Line Reiew: The Nevers

For sure, The Nevers is of a piece with Whedon’s kickass-girl-power oeuvre, which includes Buffy and Dollhouse, as well as elements in Angel, Firefly and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The period drama, which premieres Sunday (HBO, 9/8c) focuses on a (primarily female) group of 19th-century Londoners who have been mysteriously “touched” by a force that bestowed assorted powers upon them.

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CBR Interview: Amy Manson Talks Maladie and The Nevers

Set in Victorian London, The Nevers explores a world where few individuals — mostly women — awaken supernatural abilities, ranging from visions to annihilating power. However, these gifts leave them vulnerable to a white male-run society determined to eliminate their kind. Under the guidance and protection of seer Amalia True (Laura Donnelly) and steampunk inventor Penance Adair (Ann Skelly), the Touched form a collective to protect each other. But not all Touched ones find a benevolent way to process society’s persecution of them.

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The Mary Sue Review: Lorne

There’s one Angel character who stands out from the rest – both literally and figuratively – and he wasn’t even intended to exist in the first place. Though demons tend to get the pointy end of the stick in the Buffyverse, Andy Hallet’s fast-taking, aura-reading, green-skinned demon Lorne has stood the test of time and emerged as one of Angel’s most unlikely standouts with his infectious energy and quick wit.

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