Dickinson: Season 2

Dickinson: Season 2

Dickinson: Season 2

Hailee Steinfeld returns as Emily Dickinson in the new season of the Apple-produced drama, which sees the soon-to-be-acclaimed poet tackling with the idea of worldwide fame.

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Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 2.1
8 January 2021

Before I got my eye put out

Emily’s insular poetic world is rocked when Sue introduces her to Sam Bowles, a newspaper editor with a strong interest in publishing women.

EPISODE 2.2
8 January 2021

Fame is a fickle food

Her participation in an Amherst baking contest gives Emily a taste of fame and celebrity, but she questions the benefits

EPISODE 2.3
8 January 2021

The only Ghost I ever saw

Torn about whether to allow Sam to publish her work, Emily hosts a séance in search of guidance.

EPISODE 2.4
15 January 2021

The Daisy follows soft the Sun

After some time without news from Sam, Emily begins to suffer from writer’s block. To rediscover her inspiration, she ventures into the landscape.

EPISODE 2.5
22 January 2021

Forbidden Fruit a flavor has

When she learns that Sam plans to publish her poem, Emily embraces being his latest discovery while attending one of Sue’s salons.

EPISODE 2.6
29 January 2021

Split the Lark

Things don't go as planned when Emily tries to express her gratitude to Sam during a night at the opera.

EPISODE 2.7
5 February 2021

Forever - is composed of Nows

Thinking she’s blown her shot at publication, Emily spirals into depression. Her mother attempts to help her with a trip to the water cure.

EPISODE 2.8
12 February 2021

I’m Nobody! Who Are You?

When her poem is finally published in Sam's newspaper, Emily is shocked to discover that she has become invisible to the world.

EPISODE 2.9
19 February 2021

I Like a Look of Agony

To distract himself from the pain of life, Austin throws a tea party for his old college friends—but the day is disrupted by a major political event.

EPISODE 2.10
26 February 2021

You Cannot Put a Fire Out

While the whole town attends the christening of Jane’s baby, Emily fights to get her poems back from Sam

Dickinson: Season 2 / Reviews

Vulture

Vulture

All of that contradiction — the poison and possibility of fame — is alive in Dickinson.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Eerie, gleefully absurdist.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A thinking-woman's sex dramedy.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

It is imperfect and strange and easy to love.

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Salon

Salon

Feels more alive and humorous than its excellent first season.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Dickinson is now a bit calmer and more sure of itself, but also not as memorably weird or funny as it was in late 2019.

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