What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has shared a new promotional video for The Essex Serpent.
- The video focuses on the impact clothing has on the show's characters.
- The Essex Serpent is available to stream on Apple TV+ now.
Apple TV+ has today released a new promo video for the period drama The Essex Serpent starring Claire Danes and Tom Hiddleston. The video takes a closer look at the costumes the pair wear and what they mean to the story through the show's first season.
Available to stream on Apple TV+ now, The Essex Serpent is the latest in a line of must-watch shows but throughout the season it's the costumes that stand out almost as much as the stars. This promo video discusses the change one character's costume brings about in particular.
Through the first season, we see Danes' character Cora change in more ways than one. What starts out as a very straight-laced character, with clothes to match, soon changes into someone who goes on a journey of discovery — and her wardrobe reflects that. It's a similar story for other characters and you can see how it all pans out in the Apple TV+ show right now.
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