1ST SISI EPIC TV SERIES
SET PHOTO HAS ARRIVED
After the first official royal stills, Beta Film and German Now TV have released the first set photo of Dominique Devenport as the famous empress SISI in the new historical series which will air on France's TF1,
Austria's ORF and also RTL and Now TV in Germany. The six episode series, planed to air before the end of the year, will follow the infamously vain Empress Elisabeth, nicknamed Sisi, who was basically a pop star and influencer of her time at the end of the 19th century, and a beauty icon in Europe!
|The series will air in six hourlong episodes|
SISI circles around the tomboy and Bavarian princess, who, after her marriage with Franz Joseph I, Emperor of Austria, discovers life at the Habsburg court in Vienna is not at all what she expected. Sisi fights against the strict and even cruel regime at court and for her ideals. Franz, the love of her life, is a man whose emotions and feelings are suppressed by the façade of a strict and brutal ruler.
|First look at Dominique Devenport at the sets of the new series|
Beside Dominique Devenport in the title role, the series will also see Emperor Franz portrayed by Germany’s Jannik Schümann. The cast will also have Désirée Nosbusch in the role of Archduchess Sophie, the mother-
in-law of the young Empress, and Julia Stemberger as her mother Ludovica and Tanja Schleiff as famous Countess Esterhazy. The series, which has started shooting in the Baltics will continue production also in Austria, Hungary and Germany.
|The series will see Jannik Schumann playing the emperor|
Whew, those dresses she's wearing are beautiful.ReplyDelete
She was a fashion icon of her age, she was famous for her hair too and the fan merchandise about her sold like crazy around Europe even in the 19th century, like paintings, plates, medallions etc.Delete
interesting series.... good for history loversReplyDelete
Which we are!Delete
Historical films are always interesting. I like her dress and its color.ReplyDelete
It is our favourite genre!Delete
I love the dresses! So elegant and beautiful.ReplyDelete
Seems like there will be lots of golds and coppers and bronze.Delete
The dresses are gorgeous, but I can’t imagine being draped in all of that fabric for hours in end.ReplyDelete
But if you have the right setting.. like sweeping the floors of massive palaces with them...Delete
I'm with everyone else.. I absolutely adore the costumes. Although, I still agree with my previous comment on this show. The lead isn't who I would pick to portray this character.ReplyDelete