A new trailer reveals the powers of the protagonist played by Alexandra Daddario

The series based on the novel by Anne Rice debuts in the United States on January 8th.

The debut, at least in the United States (in Italy we don’t know when we will see it), is almost there Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witchesthe series taken from Mayfair Witches Cycle of the late writer Anne Rice. The drama will arrive in the United States on AMC and AMC+ next January 8th. In the meantime, the network has released a new trailer which reveals something more about the powers of the protagonist, Dr. Rowan Fielding played by Alexandra Daddario (The White Lotus).

The plot of Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches

Executively produced by Esta Spalding And Michelle Ashford (Masters of Sex), Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches in the first season of 8 episodes follows Dr. Rowan Fielding (Daddario), a young and intuitive neurosurgeon who discovers she is the unlikely descendant of a family of witches. As she grapples with her newfound powers, Rowan must contend with a sinister presence that has haunted her family for generations. In the trailer we see how the doctor’s powers manifest as she exercises on an unfortunate victim.

The cast and the characters

The other protagonists Jack Huston playing Lasher, a powerful shapeshifting entity who has been linked to the Mayfair witches for hundreds of years; Beth Grant by Carlotta Mayfair; Tongayi Chirisa by Cyprien Grieve; And Harry Hamlin of Cortland, the patriarch of the family, greedy for money and power. The rest of the cast includes Annabeth Gish (Midnight Mass) as Diedre Mayfair, Jen Richards (Better Things), Erica Gimpel (God Friended Me) as Ellie Mayfair and Jen Richards (Better Things) as Jojo. Lasher has been haunting the witches of Mayfair for generations. Cipiren will help Rowan make sense of her new circumstances as the Thirteenth Mayfair Witch and Lasher’s deep bond with them all, but it won’t be easy. Indeed, as anticipated by the clip, it will not be easy for Rowen to manage her powers.

For AMC this is the second adaptation of Rice’s works after the series based on the equally successful cycle Chronicles of the Vampires (Interview with the Vampire, airing from October 2 and already renewed for a second season). But it will almost certainly not be the last, since the network won the rights to the extensive collection of Anne Rice’s work. Rice’s son Christopher Rice will serve as executive producer on all projects.

Source link

About David Martin

David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

Check Also

Brad Pitt and George Clooney together again, photos on the set of the movie Wolves

The two stars (and great friends in real life) are finally back on the same …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *