LA Weekly Review: The Nevers

A Victorian sci-fi drama brimming with supernatural creatures, steampunk aesthetic and badass femme fatales who can backflip in a corset, The Nevers, is an interesting take on a well-worn subject.

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Town & Country Interview: James Norton on the “Insane Hedonism” of Victorian London

For some characters on The Nevers, the period fantasy series airing now on HBO, the battle of good versus evil plays out on epic sale, but for Hugo Swann it’s a more internal affair.

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SCREENRANT Review: Firefly: A Brand New ‘Verse #2

In the pilot episode of Firefly, Captain Malcolm Reynolds made it clear he and the crew of the Serenity traffic in all but one thing: people. Now in the sequel series set twenty years later, Firefly: Brand New Verse, the next crew has inadvertently broken this golden rule. Nobody tell Mal.

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Monkey’s Fighting Robots Review: Buffy The Vampire Slayer #24

Until now, the Scooby Gang never thought that the greatest force they’d have to face came from their own ranks. In Buffy the Vampire Slayer #24, the Gang takes on a darkness out of their control. This issue is written and illustrated by long-time contributes Jeremy Lambert and Ramon Bachs, respectively. Also returning are colorist Raul Angulo and letterer Ed Dukeshire.

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REFINERY29 Review: The Nevers Episode #1

The Nevers is about a group of people (mostly women, and a few men who whether oppression or are seen as misfits) living in Victorian London who gained supernatural abilities three years before the events of the series. They call themselves the “touched” and their powers manifest in many different ways. Some can see the future. Some are ten feet tall. Some communicate or see the world in supernatural ways too. The Nevers is not shy about being X-Men and Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets, like, Harlots. The protagonist of the series, Amalia True (Laura Donnelly), makes it a point to say that the touched do not consider themselves “afflicted.”

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Town & Country Interview: Michele Clapton Discusses the Nevers Costume Designs

How do you dress characters for a period drama when it takes place in a period like none we’ve ever seen before? That was the challenge when it came to The Nevers, the new fantasy series that premiered April 11 on HBO. While the series – about a group of Victorian women blessed (or, perhaps, cursed) with uncanny abilities – takes place in the mid-1890s, it also has to contend with the kind of action (among heroes, villains, and every type in between) that might not always have a true-to-life historical precedent. For costume designer Michele Clapton, a veteran of The Crown and Game of Thrones, that was part of the appeal.

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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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Maladie

The Nevers Characters | Maladie played by Amy Manson GALLERY | AMY MANSON | THE NEVERS | THE TOUCHED Committed by her husband (and genuinely…

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Declan Orrun / The Beggar King

The Nevers Characters | Declan Orrun/The Beggar King played by Nick Frost GALLERY | NICK FROST | THE NEVERS | Charismatic and brutal, Declan runs…

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Maximilian Osinski Cast in Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2

Maximillia Osinski (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) has been cast in Season 2 of The Walking Dead spin off World Beyond. The series follows four friends from…

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