Amazon Prime Video released a first look teaser for “Carnival Row,” a fantasy-thriller launching on the platform on August 30th. The series stars Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne and takes place in a Victorian fantasy world filled with mythological immigrant creatures.
The studio teased the story adding, “Feared by humans, they are forbidden to live, love, or fly with freedom. But even in darkness, hope lives, as a human detective and a faerie rekindle a dangerous affair. The city’s uneasy peace collapses when a string of murders reveals a monster no one could imagine.”
You can find Amazon’s original series right here on Prime Video, or sign-up for a free trial. The show joins a growing list of hits on the platform, including “Good Omens,” “Hanna,” “Fleabag,” “Jack Ryan,” “Sneaky Pete,” “Bosch,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” and more.
The video below is just a teaser, getting fans ready for the big premiere date. Over the next few weeks Prime Video should release a proper season one trailer with a little more insight.
Fans of the genre can set a reminder to catch the first season premiere on August 30th.
Cara Delevingne followed up her role in “Suicide Squad” with several high-profile roles on screen. In 2017 Delevingne starred in both “Tulip Fever” and “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.” The following year Delevingne starred in the hit drama “Her Smell” with Elisabeth Moss, and the film “London Fields” with Amber Heard and Gemma Chan. Fans of the actor will see her in the romantic-drama “Life in a Year” with Jaden Smith and Nia Long, and the Richard Hughes’ thriller “Punk” with Colson Baker.
In the same time frame, Orlando Bloom starred in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” and the Ludwig and Paul Shammasian drama “Romans.” Bloom also worked on “The Outpost,” with Scott Eastwood and Milo Gibson, and will star in the sci-f adaptation of John Ridley’s “Needle in a Timestack.”
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