A new historical drama “The Buccaneers” is out to watch on your favorite streaming channel this month.
Based on the Edith Wharton unfinished novel of the same name, published posthumously in 1938, the series depicts the period of the 1870s.
It shows the culture, traditions, marriages, high society lifestyles, and various other things of that time.
The series at one point looks like a romantic drama and the other point appears like a mystery.
To know more about the period drama, check the details below. It contains its plot, cast, watch online, trailer, and every important point.
The Buccaneers: Plot
Set in the 1870s, the series focuses on a group of wealthy, beautiful, high-society young girls named Nan, Conchita, Mabel, Lizzy, and Jinny.
They went to London to attend the 1870s London debutante season and find a rich and suitable husband that matched their class and status.
However, the arrival of the five American girls results in an Anglo-American cultural clash, with two differing approaches to tradition.
Do the five of them find a suitable match? What happened next? All you know is when you watch the November 2023 historical series.
Where to watch the new 2023 series?
If you have its subscription then start streaming the series now. Otherwise, purchase its subscription at easily affordable prices.
Its monthly plan costs $9.99 per month, after 7 days free trial.
If you buy any Apple device then Apple TV+ subscription is provided free for 3 months.
The Buccaneers: Episodes
The Buccaneers season one comprises a total of eight episodes. Out of these three episodes will be released on November 8 and the rest of the episodes will be released every Wednesday.
The names of four episodes are out and the details of the rest episodes will be released soon.
E1 American Posion
E2 Women or Wives
E3 The Prefect Dutchess
The Buccaneers: Cast
Directed and created by Susanna White and Katherine Jakeways, the cast of the new 2023 series includes a beautiful female cast.
Kristine Froseth as Nan St. George, Alisha Boe as Conchita Closson, Josie Totah as Mabel Elmsworth, Aubri Ibrag as Lizzy Elmsworth, and Imogen Waterhouse as Jinny St. George.