Carnival Row explores the themes we are all familiar with these days and times even though it’s set in the Victorian era. Carnival Row takes us through a journey this first season exploring these familiar themes in the best way. The idea of the story has been picked from a film of Travis Beacham titled as “A Killing on Carnival Row”.
There will be a brilliant story and cast as under:
- Orlando Bloom
- Cara Delevingne
- Simon McBurney
- Tamzin Merchant
- David Gyasi
- Andrew Gower
- Karla Crome
- Arty Froushan
- Indira Varma
- Jared Harris
Carnival row may be a bit predictable at the time. But it possesses artistic reflections of wonderful value. And there definitely is room to grow. At times some puck felt less believable. Some writing could have been improved with regards to a few side characters. The production is going on now as mention by an official tweet.
The stories of The Burgue are far from over. Orlando Bloom, @CaraDelevingne, @TheDavidGyasi, @TamzinMerchant and more of your favorites are now in production on Season 2 of #CarnivalRow. pic.twitter.com/Y5q8627D9Q
— Carnival Row (@CarnivalRow) November 11, 2019
From the great storyline that’s well written to the amazing set design and costumes. The makeup and creatures are convincingly well done and the subtle bits of steampunk meld well with it all. The directing and production are obviously professional as it shows in how well acted the whole series is.
But for the most part, the characters are very believable. And to be honest it feels that any TV series needs to occasionally lighten the atmosphere with comedy. Carnival row does lighten the atmosphere from time to time with glimpses of the Fae world. But for the most part, it is somewhat claustrophobically stuffed into small segments of the world.