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Apple rolls out 'Dickinson' trailer, coming soon to Apple TV+

Apple has debuted the first trailer for 'Dickinson,' examining the rise of author Emily Dickinson, and as a voice for the modern age.

Starring Hailee Steinfeld, the 30-minute comedy series will look at the restrained 19th-century world of Emily Dickinson through the poet's unique filter. Steinfeld has never before had a regular TV role, being best known for movies like "True Grit" and "Pitch Perfect," as well as her musical career.

Alena Smith will serve as writer and executive producer, while David Gordon Green is set to direct and executive produce. Alex Goldstone from Anonymous Content will also executive produce, alongside Michael Sugar and Ashley Zalta via Sugar23 Productions and Darlene Hunt. The show is being produced by wiip, Anonymous Content, and Sugar23.

A release date for it, or the Apple TV+ service as a whole is as of yet unknown.

Apple CEO Tim Cook took to the stage at the March 25 event to deliver what he ultimately called a "sneak peek" at the new streaming video service called Apple TV+. In a presentation that was replete with star names, Apple would only say that the service is coming this Fall and be available via the Apple TV app.

No pricing has yet been announced, and it is not yet known if Apple would offer bundles with its existing Apple Music, the Apple News+ service, or any third-party video streaming services.