Belgravia: About The Series
Julian Fellowes wrote Belgravia– of the same name and the series is just an adaptation from the novel. It’s good because historical drama series are always an interesting thing to ponder over.
Send in the old English society, this story takes place in London. The very first scene is enough to have a grasp on us, the famous ball! A lot of the guests are introduced here who will play major roles in the proceeding episodes.
There is something which went down years ago, and it must unfold. Is it a love story? Is it war? Everything is fair when a person finds them in the above two situations. Watch the show to find out.
Belgravia: Cast Members And Extra Details
Since it was the very first season of Belgravia, and the short number of episodes, there are a lot of members. It’s interesting that each one of them is new. Let’s have a look at the list provided below:
- Philip Glenister as James Trenchard
- Tamsin Greig as Anne Trenchard
- Nicholas Rowe as Arthur Wellesley
- James Chalmers as Sir William Ponsonby
- Emily Reid as Sophia Trenchard
- Jeremy Neumark Jones as Lord Edmund Bellasis
- Gunnar DeYoung as Prince of Orange
- Harriet Walter as Caroline
- Naomi Frederick as Duchess of Bedford
- James Fleet as the Reverend Stephen Bellasis
- Jack Bardoe as Charles Pope
- Richard Goulding as Oliver Trenchard
- Alice Eve as Susan Trenchard
- Tom Wilkinson as Peregrine
- Diana Kent as Duchess of Richmond
- Robert Portal as Duke of Richmond
- Paul Ritter as Turton and Bronagh Gallagher as Speer
- Adam James as John Bellasis
- Ella Purnell as Lady Maria Grey
- Tara Fitzgerald as Lady Templemore
- Saskia Reeves as Ellis
- Diana Hardcastle as Grace Bellasis
- Penny Layden as Mrs Babbage
- Serena Evans as Mrs Pope
Is The Second Season Coming Soon? When?
To be honest, the entire series covered the whole book. Therefore if another season is to come out, a script has to be written. Fellowes has to write that soon enough.
I think there is a possibility for a second part because the cast members aren’t quite over Belgravia. What do you think?