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Prime Video to release “The English,” a Western mini-series on November 11, 2022.

We are calling all Western Gilded Age fans! “The English” starring Emily Blunt and Chaske Spencer is an original Prime video series airing on November 11, 2022. The story follows a women’s pursuit of vengeance in a 1980 aristocratic America. A story of love, hate and bloodshed is what you can expect in “The English.” Make sure to stream the groundbreaking series on a first-serve basis!

Emily Blunt in "The English" on Prime Video

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Emily Blunt is known for her roles in “A Quiet Place,” “Adjustment Bureau” and “The Devil wears Prada” etc… Her new venture is “The English” and this mini-series is definitely the main topic of tv right now; everyone is anticipating how well this story will be told! When it comes to a series or movie that is set hundreds of years ago, communicating the accuracy of the time through a timeless and still relatable storyline is the essence of success.

Emily Blunt in "The English" on Prime Video

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Emily Blunt plays Cornelia Locke, an Aristocratic English woman while her co-star, Chaske Spencer plays Eli Whipp, a Native American man; together they unite on a quest for vengeance and victory. They seem to have somewhat of a shared past and their fate is highly linked together. Their journey is awe-inspiring and it is one that needs to be seen and taken in, “The English” is calling your watch list already!

Hoxem, Wyoming is their target, and their expedition toward it is not easy. Their mental and physical will be vigorously tested, while their relationship will also be challenged. At the same time, the unsolved histories of Cornelia and Eli are being solved by investigators and its darkness is something they must understand and progress for their newfound fate.

Emily Blunt and Chaske Spencer in "The English" on Prime Video

Image Credit: Prime Video

The glamorous, western style of “The English” is one you don’t want to miss, this show is a great way to experience being transported back in time through video from fashion, language and worldly circumstances. We live in a world where we get further and further away from history and the things that existed in those times more and more, day by day. This series is one of the things that help link us back to what was before us and how it got us here, we must appreciate series like this!

When a story that is established on progress and improving belief systems is set in an older time period, the power that this holds is beyond attainment! It proves to modern society the importance and timeless meaning of these issues!

Stay tuned for “The English” on November 11th and commit to the vengeance (although fictional) is still technically ahead of our time! 

Published by HOLR Magazine.