Monarch Sky TV Series Susan Sarandon: Upon Release, Trailer, Plot



Tricks, lies and betrayals for an engaging family drama full of twists and turns: a new series starring Susan Sarandon is coming to Sky Monarch. The Oscar-winning performer will try out a new show, all to the rhythm of American country music.

He’s set to debut on Sky and air on NOW Monarch, the new series, starring Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon (Best Actress for Dead Man Walking, Thelma & Louise, The Client). Three years after her last stint on the small screen, formed by Ray Donovan, and five years after her crushing role as Bette Davis in Ryan Murphy’s Feud – which earned her an Emmy Award and Golden Globe nomination – the interpreter returns for lead a first- rate distribution. The series, whose official trailer has just been unveiled, will air every Wednesday on Sky Series with two episodes per week and will be available on demand. And the promo clip announced the release date.

Monarch – Season 1 – Episode 105 – “Death & Christmas”

Monarch, the series with Susan Saradon in preparation on Sky: plot, cast and trailer

For the Sony production, Monarch was born from an idea by Melissa London Hilfers. In 11 episodes set in Texas, the series tells the story of one of America’s brightest country music stars, Dottie Cantrell Roman (Sarandon). With her, her husband and country singer-songwriter Albie Roman (Trace Adkins, The Lincoln Lawyer, A Song for My Father).

Monarch – Season 1 – Episode 101

Not only love, uniting them is also the common craft in the musical field. They are, in short, a family full of talent, a true dynasty of country music. But even though their name is synonymous with honesty, there is a lie behind their success. The origins of this empire, in fact, do not correspond exactly to what has always been declared. Indeed, they seem to be more rooted in shadow than in light…

Monarch – Season 1 – Episode 101

When their kingdom is in jeopardy, Nicky Roman (Anna Friel, Limitless, London Boulevard), the heiress to the throne, already committed to clashing with an industry that is against her, will stop at nothing. The latter is concerned with protecting the heritage, but also her own career, even if it means clashing openly with her brother Luke – CEO of Monarch Records (Joshua Sasse, Not Tomorrow, Galavant) and her younger sister Gigi (Beth Ditto, On Becoming a God, Nocturnal Animals), who finally seems willing to get her piece of the pie. Below, we can take a first look thanks to the official trailer, which also announces the release date on Sky and streaming on NOW: the series will arrive on November 23rd.

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