Howards End is British Drama TV series. Produced by Playground Entertainment. Stars: Matthew Macfadyen, Hayley Atwell, Philippa Coulthard. It first aired on Nov 12, 2017, on BBC One. The series has 7.3 * rating by IMDb. Howards End is filmed in UK.
How Many Seasons Are There Of Howards End: 1 (4 episodes)
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Season premieres on November 12, 2017
BBC One, 4 episodes
Howards End is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Sundays at 6 pm
S1E4 (Episode 4) - Air Date: Dec 03, 2017 (about a year ago)
How 'Howards End' and 'Little Women' Producer Colin Callender Stays Ahead of the Premium TV Curve - according to Indiewire
#MeToo was not happening when they started writing four years ago. “The starting point is the Schlegels,” said Callender, “trying to make their way in a man’s world, clinging onto each other fearlessly as each other’s anchor, watching how the men come into their lives, impacted their relationship, separated them and brought them together again. All the themes — the different classes, the horse and cart vs. the motor car, as three families cross at a moment in time — are richly drawn, with humor. His skill is that all those conversations grow out of character. He did find beneath these archetypical characters real human beings.”
Meet the cast of Howards End - by Radiotimes
New to the scene, Jonah Hauer-King has only starred in a handful of films – he’s probably best known for his roles in Blue, The Last Photograph and Regardez – although the next 12 months look to be busy, with appearances in Little Women, Ashes in the Snow and A Dog’s Way Home.
TV Review: 'Howards End' on Starz - per Variety
If there were no Merchant Ivory film, Starz’s “Howards End” would be a more welcome adaptation. The four-part miniseries, an adaptation of E.M. Forster’s 1910 novel about class collision and national identity in turn-of-the-century England, is impeccably cast and studiously performed. But the bones of the production, adapted by prominent playwright Kenneth Lonergan and directed […]
Oscar winner Kenneth Lonergan goes back in time with Starz's 'Howards End' - per Latimes
Says the 55-year-old between forkfuls of lobster salad, "You don't go to a foreign country now and expect them to walk and talk the way we do. Whoever it was that said the past is a foreign country, I forget, but it's very true. To me, it's like an opportunity to make it colorful and interesting, alive and connect you with a different culture and a different time that's very alive. They were stiff and formal but they still had the same gamut of emotions we have. They're just channeled through different apertures."