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The Nevers

August, 1896. Victorian London is rocked to its foundations by a supernatural event which gives certain people — mostly women — abnormal abilities, from the wondrous to the disturbing. But no matter their particular “turns,” all who belong to this new underclass are in grave danger. It falls to mysterious, quick-fisted widow Amalia True (Laura Donnelly) and brilliant young inventor Penance Adair (Ann Skelly) to protect and shelter these gifted “orphans.” To do so, they will have to face the brutal forces determined to annihilate their kind.

Part One of the first season of The Nevers is executive produced by Joss Whedon, Bernadette Caulfield, Ilene S. Landress, Doug Petrie, Jane Espenson and Philippa Goslett. Daniel S. Kaminsky co-executive produces.

Part Two’s six episodes will premiere at a later date. Check back for more updates as they are revealed.

Catch Up On the Latest

Series premiere. With a killer at large, Amalia True and Penance Adair work to safeguard their kind from growing antipathy

Creating The Nevers: A Night at the Opera

The cast and crew break down the shocking scene from Episode 1. Includes Spoilers.

See What’s Ahead

Frank Mundi and Amalia track down Maladie. Lavinia seeks to destigmatize the Touched. A deranged doctor conducts a series of experiments.​

Introducing The Nevers
Introducing The Nevers

The ensemble describes their characters, the exciting world of The Nevers, and what audiences can expect from the genre-bending series.

A New Age of Power

The cast and production team explain the powers of ‘the Touched” and their impact on Victorian London society.

Cast Interviews

Episode 1
Amalia True

Laura Donnelly introduces viewers to the “complex” Amalia True, her powers, and who her enemies might be.

Episode 1
Penance Adair

Ann Skelly describes the charming Penance Adair and what drew her to the character.


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