Monday, April 15, 2019

TRAILER & POSTER FOR HBO'S GENTLEMAN JACK 19TH CENTURY SERIES WITH SURANNE JONES AS RICH HEIRESS WHO DRESSED, WORKED AND LOVED LIKE A MAN!

'GENTLEMAN JACK' IS HERE
TO SEDUCE YOUR DAUGHTERS
Well, this is what might happen when you do a co-production: your partner might air the series you did together before you! HBO has released a trailer and also Monday, April 22nd as the start date for new eight part drama
Jack will first visit USA before returning to UK
GENTLEMAN JACK and BBC hasn't even set airing date for UK yet (but we know it will be sometime this spring)! 1832 set mini series will see Suranne Jones playing a lesbian heiress who behaved, governed her lands and loved like a man!  She was also known as a diarist who chronicled her life in extensive journals.

GENTLEMAN JACK
follows real life landowner Anne Lister (Suranne Jones) from Halifix, who not only had no intention of marrying a man, but also became one of the first modern lesbians and also one of the first lesbians to officially (not legally)
The series was created by Happy Valley's Sally Wainwright
marry another woman, wealthy heiress Ann Walker (Sophie Rundle). The series, which also stars Joe Armstrong, Peter Davison, Shaun Dooley,
The story is based on Anne Lister's diaries written in more than 4 million words, large part of it in secret code.
Gemma Jones, Tom Lewis, Timothy West, follows Anne Lister as she returns to West Yorkshire in 1832, determined to transform the fate of her
Meet the cast of the new series!
faded ancestral home Shibden Hall and the mines she inherited. She was considered largely scandalous due to her public relationships with women, a
The series involves a number of raunchy lesbian sex scenes as well
penchant for masculine fashion sense and business prowess during the Industrial Revolution but was still a popular figure widely known as Gentleman Jack!

10 comments:

  1. Looks good! I do love a nice tough butch!

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    1. Would you have fallen for her back in those days, Debs?

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  2. Her hairstyle annoys me. Apart from that, I do appreciate a strong woman, so I'll be looking forward to this series.

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  3. Gah! I still cannot get over how horrid the hair was back then. The character does seem spunky and quite likeable though, so we must learn to look past that awful hair so we can enjoy this one.

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    1. It is almost as if they were blind! The ugliness! On top of that I've never liked Sophie Rundle nor Suranne, so it will be an effort for me, but I will give it a go!

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  4. She looks like quite a character. It appears that Suranne Jones has done a good job capturing her personality and mannerisms.

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    1. It remains to be seen, she was ghastly bad in Vanity Fair earlier last year.

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  5. But... but... she doesn't look like a man.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)