Emma

Emma (2009)


  • Genre: Drama, Comedy
  • First Air Date: 2009-10-04
  • Last Air Date: 2009-10-25
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 4
  • Status: Ended
  • Episode Runtime: 58 min.
  • Language: e
  • Production Company: BBC Drama Productions
  • Production Country: United Kingdom
  • Networks: BBC One
  • Director: Jim O'Hanlon
star 7.8/10
From 87 Ratings

Summary

Nothing delights Emma more than meddling in the love lives of others. But when she takes protege Harriet Smith under her wing, her plans can only end in disaster...

  • Keywords: friendship, countryside, based on novel or book, love triangle, england, romance, miniseries, period drama, costume drama, 19th century
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    Emma Seasons

    Season 0

    First Air Date:
    4 Episodes

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 2009-10-04
    4 Episodes

    Emma Episodes

    Title Air Date Duration
    Season 1Episode 1Site Unseen: An Emma Fielding Mystery120 min
    Season 1Episode 2Past Malice120 min
    Season 1Episode 3More Bitter Than Death120 min
    • Romola Garai

      as Emma Woodhouse
    • Michael Gambon

      as Mr. Woodhouse
    • Jonny Lee Miller

      as George Knightley
    • Tamsin Greig

      as Miss Bates
    • Jodhi May

      as Mrs. Weston
    • Laura Pyper

      as Jane Fairfax
    • Robert Bathurst

      as Mr. Weston
    • Louise Dylan

      as Harriet Smith
    • Rupert Evans

      as Frank Churchill
    • Valerie Lilley

      as Mrs. Bates
    • Blake Ritson

      as Mr. Elton
    • Christina Cole

      as Mrs. Elton
    • Jefferson Hall

      as Robert Martin
    • Poppy Miller

      as Isabella Knightley
    • Jamie Glover

      as Henry Knightley
    • Annabel Mullion

      as Mrs. Woodhouse (1 episode, 2009)
    • Amy Loughton

      as Miss Campbell
    • Nathaniel Gleed

      as Gypsy Boy
    • Dan Fredenburgh

      as John Knightley
    • Joshua Jones

      as James Knightley
    • Liza Sadovy

      as Mrs. Cole
    • Eileen O'Higgins

      as Miss Martin 1
    • Sarah Ovens

      as Miss Martin 2
    • Lyla Barrett-Rye

      as Young Emma (aged 3)
    • Teddy Bunn

      as Young Frank Churchill
    • Susie Trayling

      as Mrs. Churchill
    • Sarah Gower

      as Young Jane Fairfax
    • Claire Gower

      as Young Jane Fairfax
    Directing Jim O'Hanlon Director
    Writing Jane Austen Writer
    Production George Ormond Producer
    Crew Adam Suschitzky Cinematography

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