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Amazon Prime Modern Love Season 1 Series Release Date, Trailer, Cast

Amazon Prime Modern Love Season 1 TV series, based on the eponymous column in The New York Times, got the launch date. Here are the details that you must know.

Modern Love Season 1 Release Date

The web series will launch on October 18, 2019, on Amazon Prime Video.

“These tales are triumphant when the person at the end knows themselves better, not when they get the individual that they are chasing,” claimed Daniel Jones, consulting producer of the series and editor at The New York Times of the column, while speaking at the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour about the original column earlier.

“The compilation, from John Carney, looks deep into the love in all of its beautiful and complicated forms as every separate episode gives some of the most loved tales to life with a stellar cast,” claimed the firm. Storied Media Group, Amazon Studios, and The New York Times created the web series.

Modern Love Season 1 Trailer

Here is the trailer for Modern Love:

Modern Love Season 1 Cast

Anne Hathaway, who was also present at the TCA panel together with series co-stars Gary Carr and Cristin Milioti as well as Jones, claimed that her tale revolves around the column by Terri Cheney, about a female with bipolar disease who is seeking to know how to search love.

“Modern Love felt very fresh and new to me,” she claimed.

“The manner we narrate tales feels like it alters every single day,” claimed Hathaway. “And to me, this was not just a TV show but was more of a short film. So I felt like I was being present for an 8-day shoot of a movie and that spoke to me since my work is majorly in the movie. I was genuinely pleased since Amazon is a streaming service, I knew people will be watching to see it.”

In Milioti’s story, she plays a female who finds herself alone and unpredictably pregnant and forges a “beautiful” friendship and relationship with her doorman.

Carney, Jones, and Amazon selected their preferred columns to “actually shift a narrative forward for 30 minutes,” before knowing out which of those tales might be a portion of the Amazon web series.

Carney is the director, writer, and executive producer on Modern Love. Tom Hall, Sharon Horgan, and Emmy Rossum also helmed episodes of the show, with Horgan writing and directing the John Slattery-Tina Fey episode and Hall authoring his episode of the collection. Rossum will helm an episode authored by the late Audrey Wells, recognized for writing Under the Tuscan Sun, The Hate U Give, and The Truth About Cats & Dogs.

The cast also comprises Brandon Victor Dixon, Sofia Boutella, Catherine Keener, Andy Garcia, Dev Patel, Tina Fey, and John Slattery, amongst others.

Todd Hoffman is the executive producer apart from Carney. Co-executive producer is Trish Hoffmann. The New York Times’ Choire Sicha and Sam Dolnick are listed as executive producers, while Daniel Jones (column editor for Modern Love) serves as a consulting producer.